**All pulls will cost 10 Magic Stones**
Review of the Hunters will be done separately
This coming Monday marks the exiting return of the Monster Hunter Collab which was last seen in January of 2018. Amusingly, the Weapon Assists from Monster Hunter have become arguably more powerful with end game content heavily featuring problematic mechanics that are best dealt with by resisting them.
For the most part, the Monster Hunter Collab can be thought of as the Weapon Assist Collab as all of the cards are able to assume a Weapon Assist evolutions which grants the 5-star cards incredible value. As such, it is worth rolling in this event for just the 5-star cards as some are able to provide 60% resistance to Blind , Jammer , or Poison attacks.
Furthermore, all cards (new and returning) are able to be Limit Broken and receive Super Awakenings which pumps their weighted stats to amazingly high values.
Despite the fact that the top rarity cards are able to be acquired via the Monster Exchange system, the cost is far too high and would be difficult to justify for the majority of players.
This article will highlight the strengths and weaknesses of all the featured cards to give players a better understanding of whether or not Magic Stones should be spent. With that being said, the answer will often be yes if one should be rolling in this event as it holds so many valuable cards for pushing into the higher levels of Arena and end game content.
On a different note, I have hidden a special Easter Egg in this article =)
—You are beautiful and Happy Easter!—
Monster Hunter Pros & Cons – April 18, 2019
Monster Hunter Collab REM
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Monster Hunter REM Rankings – April 18, 2019
Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking
All icons show non-Weapon Assist form