Coating Switch Boost

Grants special effects to phials when executing morph attacks. 

Coating Switch Boost is a Ramp-Up Skill or Rampage Skill in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR or MHRise). Rampage Skills are enhancements that can change the way a weapon build performs by boosting offensive power, survivability, or utility.

 

Coating Switch Boost Effect

Coating Switch Boost grants special effects to phials when executing morph attacks. 

 

Coating Switch Boost Cost

bird_wyvern_gem-monster-hunter-rise-wiki-guide Materials zenny_monster_hunter_rise_wiki_guide Zenny
??? ???

 

Coating Switch Boost Mechanics

Morphing Attacks replenish the phial gauge.

 

Weapons with Coating Switch Boost

Coating Switch Boost can be put on the following Weapons:

 

 

 

Notes & Trivia

  • Notes & Tips go here

 

Ramp-Up Skills in Monster Hunter Rise
Add: Normal Ammo I  ♦  Add: Normal Ammo II  ♦  Affinity Boost I  ♦  Affinity Boost II  ♦  Affinity Boost III  ♦  Affinity Boost IV  ♦  Affinity Surge  ♦  Anti-Aerial Species  ♦  Anti-Aquatic Species  ♦  Arc Shot: Affinity  ♦  Arc Shot: Anti-shock  ♦  Arc Shot: Recovery  ♦  Attack Boost I  ♦  Attack Boost II  ♦  Attack Boost III  ♦  Attack Boost IV  ♦  Attack Melody I  ♦  Attack Melody II  ♦  Attack Surge  ♦  Blast Boost I  ♦  Blast Boost II  ♦  Blast Boost III  ♦  Blast I  ♦  Blast II  ♦  Boost Equipped Coating  ♦  Brutal Strike  ♦  Buddy Rally  ♦  Chameleos Soul  ♦  Close-range Coating Boost  ♦  Cluster Effect I  ♦  Cluster Effect II  ♦  Defense Boost I  ♦  Defense Boost II  ♦  Defense Boost III  ♦  Defense Grinder I  ♦  Defense Grinder II  ♦  Defensive Melody I  ♦  Defensive Melody II  ♦  Dragon Boost I  ♦  Dragon Boost II  ♦  Dragon Boost III  ♦  Dragon Boost IV  ♦  Dragon Effect I  ♦  Dragon Effect II  ♦  Dragon I  ♦  Dragon II  ♦  Dragon III  ♦  Dulling Strike  ♦  Element Exploit  ♦  Elemental Boost I  ♦  Elemental Boost II  ♦  Elemental Surge  ♦  Exhaust Effect I  ♦  Fire Boost I  ♦  Fire Boost II  ♦  Fire Boost III  ♦  Fire Effect I  ♦  Fire Effect II  ♦  Fire I  ♦  Fire II  ♦  Fire III  ♦  Fireblight Exploit  ♦  Firing: Charge  ♦  Firing: Pierce  ♦  Firing: Rapid  ♦  Firing: Spread  ♦  Healing Melody I  ♦  Healing Melody II  ♦  Hellion Mode  ♦  Ibushi Soul  ♦  Ice Boost I  ♦  Ice Boost II  ♦  Ice Boost III  ♦  Ice Boost IV  ♦  Ice Effect I  ♦  Ice Effect II  ♦  Ice I  ♦  Ice II  ♦  Ice III  ♦  Iceblight Exploit  ♦  Kinsect Level Boost  ♦  Kinsect Level Boost I  ♦  Kinsect Level Boost II  ♦  Kinsect Level Boost III  ♦  Kushala Daora Soul  ♦  Lasting Arc Shot  ♦  Magnamalo Soul  ♦  Master Rider  ♦  Maximum Volume  ♦  Narwa Soul  ♦  Non-elemental Boost  ♦  Normal Effect I  ♦  Normal Effect II  ♦  Paralysis Boost I  ♦  Paralysis Boost II  ♦  Paralysis Boost III  ♦  Paralysis Coating Boost  ♦  Paralysis Effect I  ♦  Paralysis I  ♦  Paralysis II  ♦  Phial: Dragon I  ♦  Phial: Dragon II  ♦  Phial: Element  ♦  Phial: Exhaust I  ♦  Phial: Exhaust II  ♦  Phial: Paralysis I  ♦  Phial: Paralysis II  ♦  Phial: Poison I  ♦  Phial: Poison II  ♦  Pierce Effect I  ♦  Pierce Effect II  ♦  Poison Boost I  ♦  Poison Boost II  ♦  Poison Boost III  ♦  Poison Coating Boost  ♦  Poison Effect I  ♦  Poison I  ♦  Poison II  ♦  Rapid Fire (Normal)  ♦  Rapid Fire (Piercing)  ♦  Rapid Fire (Shrapnel)  ♦  Rapid Fire (Spread)  ♦  Rapid Fire (Sticky)  ♦  Recoil Down Boost  ♦  Recoil Down Surge  ♦  Reload Speed Boost  ♦  Reload Speed Surge  ♦  Resilient Melody I  ♦  Resilient Melody II  ♦  Secondary: Dragon I  ♦  Secondary: Dragon II  ♦  Secondary: Fire I  ♦  Secondary: Fire II  ♦  Secondary: Ice I  ♦  Secondary: Ice II  ♦  Secondary: Thunder I  ♦  Secondary: Thunder II  ♦  Secondary: Water I  ♦  Secondary: Water II  ♦  Sharpness Type I  ♦  Sharpness Type II  ♦  Sharpness Type III  ♦  Shelling: Long I  ♦  Shelling: Long II  ♦  Shelling: Normal I  ♦  Shelling: Normal II  ♦  Shelling: Wide I  ♦  Shelling: Wide II  ♦  Shrapnel Effect I  ♦  Shrapnel Effect II  ♦  Silkbind Boost  ♦  Sleep Boost I  ♦  Sleep Boost II  ♦  Sleep Boost III  ♦  Sleep Coating Boost  ♦  Sleep Effect I  ♦  Sleep I  ♦  Sleep II  ♦  Small Monster Exploit  ♦  Special: Wyvernheart  ♦  Special: Wyvernsnipe  ♦  Spiribird Doubled  ♦  Spread Effect I  ♦  Spread Effect II  ♦  Steadiness Boost  ♦  Steadiness Surge  ♦  Sticky Effect I  ♦  Sticky Effect II  ♦  Teostra Soul  ♦  Thunder Boost I  ♦  Thunder Boost II  ♦  Thunder Boost III  ♦  Thunder Effect I  ♦  Thunder Effect II  ♦  Thunder I  ♦  Thunder II  ♦  Thunder III  ♦  Thunderblight Exploit  ♦  Use Blast Coating  ♦  Use Exhaust Coating  ♦  Use Para Coating I  ♦  Use Poison Coating I  ♦  Use Power Coating  ♦  Use Sleep Coating I  ♦  Valstrax Soul  ♦  Water Boost I  ♦  Water Boost II  ♦  Water Boost III  ♦  Water Boost IV  ♦  Water Effect I  ♦  Water Effect II  ♦  Water I  ♦  Water II  ♦  Water III  ♦  Waterblight Exploit  ♦  Wyrmstake Boost



Join the page discussion Tired of anon posting? Register!

    • Anonymous

      Coating Switch Boost [Monster Hunter Rise Wiki]12 Apr 2021 23:43  

      I'm using SA: Petal Cloud with the skill and SA: Conquered without the skill

      What it also dose is gives you more SA ammo, on a SA there are 2 thing you need to keep and eye on.

      1) the ammo gauge.
      2) the sword charge.

      The ammo gauge depletes when you use the sword and when you morph back to axe you reload a bit back.
      if you go a bit to Ham on sword mode you will have to perform a long reload animation this happens when the ammo gauge is purple.

      Now from what I've tested when you attack in sword mode it takes 10% from your ammo gauge then when you morph back to axe you get about the 10% back but with that skill you get 20% to 30% hits back when you morph to axe so your sword uptime is so much better because you can just keep going in sword mode then morph to axe once the go back to sword.
      From further testing using the UI of the game of the game just befor you hit the white line theres a gray line above the ammo gauge.

      you get 5 attacks from the start of that line goin from right to left with this skill you get 4 hits back from one morph.

      TLDR alongside a phial DMG boost you get a ammo boost aswell if you attack 4 times in sword mod then morph to axe once you get the ammo you use back

      • 09 Apr 2021 13:15  

        I found out something about this:
        I used two power phial SA to test this, one without the skill and one with, being the Reombra SA called "Mortal Serpent".
        I compared the two moves "Sword: Overhead Slash" and "Axe: Morph Slash" being very similar attacks, one morphing from axe and one not, and they prove to have the same (it appears) motion value (across all phial types).
        The first SA, without the skill, had Sword: Overhead Slash do 89 damage on the Toadversary head, and had Axe: Morph Slash do 89 damage as well. This is without any Rapid morph skill, btw.
        Using the Reombra SA with Coating Switch Boost, Sword: Overhead Slash did 77 damage on the same target and Axe: Morph Slash did 85 damage. This is roughly a 10% damage boost, and this is the difference the Rampage skill, Coating Switch Boost, appears to make.
        It synergizes with Rapid Morph LV 3 by boosting the Reombra SA's Axe: Morph Slash from 85 to 101 damage. Rapid morph added 20% more damage to it, so roughly 17 damage. Therefore, it increased a power phial switch axe's Axe: Morph Slash from 77 to 101 with both of these skills, being about, if not a bit more than, 30% more damage.

        Conclusion/TLDR: Coating Switch Boost on Power Phial boosts Morph attacks by 10%

        • Anonymous

          02 Apr 2021 19:54  

          I have this on my switch axe and I still can't tell what it does. Someone needs to do a guide for this now lol

          • Anonymous

            01 Apr 2021 20:52  

            What does it actually do though? What Special effects does it grant? Nothing about its description or stats tell me this is worth using...

          Load more
          ⇈ ⇈