The Monster Hunter Collab will be returning to North America for the third time in 2019 on Monday, October 7. This may feel like a bit of an overload, but it is one of the single best events to roll in for the vast majority of players.
This is because it is home to some of the most valuable Weapon Assists in the game along with tremendous value at the 5-star rarity. This helps lessen the pain of rolling a Gold Egg as some are chase cards due to their Weapon Assists and 60% resistance to Blind , Jammer , or Poison mechanics.
On the other hand, more veteran players may have less desire to roll as they may have already acquired most/all the 5-stars along with numerous dupes. This can make it challenging to continue rolling if already saturated.
The following article will highlight the strengths and weaknesses of all the featured REM cards to give players a better understanding of whether or not Magic Stones should be spent. With that being said, if you have rolled little or none at all thus far, it will almost always be a good idea to do so now.
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Monster Hunter Pros & Cons – October 3, 2019
Monster Hunter Collab REM
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Monster Hunter REM Rankings – October 3, 2019
Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking
All icons show non-Weapon Assist form
Regardless of card’s ranking, you should always keep it if it is your very first time acquiring them.
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