Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
Dec 26, 2020
The mounting of Shara Ishvalda differs in mechanics from all other monsters. Firstly, she does not try to throw you off, Shara continues to attack everyone, not paying any attention to the rider. Secondly, all attacks have the nature of a shaking, that is, your stamina will often be spent heavily, no matter what part of monsters body you hang on. To successfully complete the mounting, use anchorage at the moments of attacks and do not try to jump anywhere, this will not help.
Dec 26, 2020
Both in the first and in the second phase of the battle with Shara Ishvalda, there are rock-traps that can be used to inflict huge damage. It is necessary to push the Shara Ishvalda in the right direction (the traps are indicated on the map), when a collision with a wall in the area of the trap, a large pile of stones will collapse.
Barroth: "Most of all it pisses me off when you smeared yourself with mud for half an hour so that the sun does not get hot, and then this ever-wet overgrown fish pops up out of nowhere and let's rub with its slippery fins. All the dirt is washed away! What remains then... Again in the mud baths... And so on all day!".
Walking through his domain, Barroth often sheds excess dirt from himself with powerful circular movements throughout his body. Covered with a protective shell, he does not always feel how much dirt is still left and often finds himself in an awkward situation when there is nothing to drop!
Barroth loves mud and swamps. If you saw how he sleeps, then you probably understand why in the process of evolution his head took such a shape. For additional rewards, you can attack mainly in the head, after a certain amount of damage, the top of Barroth's head can break off.
The mud applied to the body plays another important role in Barroth's life: with the help of it he marks his territory. A plentiful layer of dirt on the walls warns all uninvited guests about who is the boss here. True, those who are afraid of this are very, very few...