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Monster Hunter Collab REM Review and Analysis – March 2021


The Monster Hunter Collab returns to North America once again and features numerous buffs for existing cards along with new Weapons for all 6-star cards.

This greatly bolsters their overall value along with all the 6/7* cards receiving significant upgrades along with a 60% chance of rolling any of these cards.

While this looks appealing, players should be mindful of the fact that the bottom rarity received almost no love this time around along with the 10 Magic Stone price tag. Furthermore, due to this being the 6th run of this Collab, the majority of older players are already oversaturated with 5-star cards.

As such, it may be difficult to justify rolling here for players who have already done so too many times in the past as acquiring your 7th Gammoth will be a sad waste of 10 Magic Stones. On the other hand, players who have never or hardly rolled can still find value with conservative amount as there is plenty of value to be found within the 6 and 7-star rarities.

Video commentary

—video coming Monday—


Monster Hunter Collab REM Pros & Cons – March 2021
  • All cards have 1-2 Weapon Assists
  • Bottom rarity is okay, not horrible
    • Having 1 copy of many of them may helpful due to Weapon
    • Can greatly aid newer boxes due to Resists
  • New Weapons for 6-stars
    • Greatly bolsters their viability
  • 60% chance for 6/7*
  • Old event
    • Many players have too numerous dupes
    • 5-stars are relatively neglected
  • No new monsters added
    • Most players already have most bottom rarity cards
  • 10 Stones per pull
    • Harder to justify if already owning most of the cards
      • 7th Rathian does not feel nice
Monster Hunter Collab REM
7 Star base
(20% total)
6 Star base
(40% total)

5 Star base
(40% total)
Monster Hunter Collab – March 2021

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking

Icons show Base form

Regardless of card’s ranking, you should always keep it if it is your very first time acquiring them

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