Jukelines - Jan 26, 2013 12:54

Does monster health scale depending on player numbers?

I have been watching ICEMANs tri-g playthrough and have seen that he has found it very difficult to solo g rank. If monster health does scale we will have a very hard new monster hunter that will satisfy fans but if it doesn't it will probably be quite easy considering iceman manages to beat most g rank monsters solo in a reasonable amount of time

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Krystman Admin - Jan 26, 2013 13:10

The Monster's HP doesn't scale depending on the number of players. The same monster is much easier with more players.

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OujeAlexGielisso does that mean monsters just have a set amount of Hp for online and for offline?

Feb 4, 2013 15:20

KrystmanWell, here is where it gets a bit complicated. Doing online quests alone doesn't change the HP. But the quests in the single-player campaign DO have lowered HP. But these are considered completely different quests.

Feb 6, 2013 19:01

OujeAlexGielisAlright thanks Krystman, Ive been wondering this for the longest time. you guys rock keep up the good work

Feb 7, 2013 05:03

Galudon't monsters actually have a slight differences in health pools? PSP hacks of p3rd show that at times a monster's health will be higher or lower then normal at times.

Feb 25, 2013 03:48

GaluHowever, this is only for RANDOM monsters that show up during a quest. The monsters for the quest have a set hp for that quest. The kitchen skill fraidy cat tends to cause random monsters to have lower hp and smaller size a lot of the time.

Feb 25, 2013 03:51

AzelThe randomization is due to kitchen skills, monster size (the bigger they are, the more hp they have) and rank multipliers. So you basically answered your own comment Galu. But yeah, no matter how many people there are or how many people you set the team as (for MH games that have that setting) the monster will have the same hp, given the other variables are the same.

Apr 7, 2013 14:11