How to Get Rigid Dracolite in Monster Hunter World Iceborne

Monster Hunter World Rigid Dracolite is a new monster material that you can get in the game after completing a new mission, added in the December 5th patch. The patch has added new content, with more still to come, and the Rigid Dracolite and the corresponding mission is a part of it. In our How to Get Rigid Dracolite in Monster Hunter World Iceborne, guide, we’re gonna show you exactly that: how to obtain Monster Hunter World Rigid Dracolite in Iceborne.

How to Get Rigid Dracolite in Monster Hunter World Iceborne
How to Get Rigid Dracolite in Monster Hunter World Iceborne

Monster Hunter World Iceborne Rigid Dracolite – How to Get?

To get Rigid Dracolite in Monster Hunter World Iceborne, you have to complete the newly-added mission called Point of No Return. That is a Master Rank Special Recon Assignment. In order to access it, you need to be at least Master Rank 24, and have completed the Iceborne Master Rank main quest, as well as the Across the Lost Path assignment. Which, if you’re a dedicated player, I assume you’ve already done. If not, well, you’ll have some catching up to do.

This quest is going to pit you against a brand new red dragon. The fail conditions are the usual: run out of time, or faint more than three times, and the mission is over. As it turns out, the dragon is actually a Safi’jiiva, aka an adult Xeno’jiiva. Needless to say, this boss is no joke, and it’s recommended that you send out a flare just in case. It’s a lot to try and handle on your own. However you choose to tackle the problem, the monster will fly away after you do enough damage to it.

You’ll then enter a cutscene, and be transported back into town. Listen about the preparations for the return of Xeno’jiiva, a limited time siege that is not yet out at the time of writing. The game will throw up a tutorial paragraph and, when you exit that, you’ll get your Rigid Dracolite. It’s a monster material that you can use.

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