Gaismagorm

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Enemy Type Large Monster
Species Elder Dragon
Threat Level 10⭐
Elements None
Ailments Blastblight
Bloodblight
Weakness dragonblight icon mhr wiki guideDragon (⭐⭐⭐)
thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunder (⭐⭐)
fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFire (⭐)
Resistances waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater (Immune)
iceblightg icon mhr wiki guideIce (Immune)
Location(s) Special

Gaismagorm is a Large Monster in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR). It is one of the new Monsters in the Sunbreak Expansion. Large Monsters such as Gaismagorm are hostile and are usually the primary objective of Hunts. They provide valuable Materials when defeated.

Gaismagorm Monster Guide: Characteristics, Weaknesses, Drops, Locations, Weapons & Armor, Strategies, Tips & Tricks and more to help you defeat Gaismagorm in MH Rise.

 

From the depth, its voice can be heard.
"The time has come."
From the depth, it beckons:
"Come to me!"
As it feeds on stolen life, its power grows ever stronger.
Until it finally reveals itself.

 

MH Rise Gaismagorm Characteristics & Locations

A gargantuan monster living in the darkest depths since ancient times. Gaismagorm's rock-like forearms boast tenacious strength which allows it to burrow underground. It has a symbiotic relationship with the Qurio, and feeds on their life force for energy. Once it has chosen a place to nest, it collapses the surrounding rock bed to create an opening to the surface. The opening forms a massive crater in which it releases the Qurio through.

 

MH Rise Gaismagorm Combat Info

Gaismagorm attacks with the explosive, crystallized Qurio on its carapace. Break these crystals by attacking, but beware: Gaismagorm can consume the shards and use them to deliver even more explosive attacks. When Gaismagorm climbs the pit's wall, it's readying a strong attack. Use the ballistae provided to stop it.

  • Threat Level: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
  • Physical Damage monster
  • Inflicts Stun and Qurio attacks
  • Weak to
    dragonblight icon mhr wiki guideDragon (⭐⭐⭐)
    thunderblight icon mhr wiki guideThunder (⭐⭐)
    fireblight icon mhr wiki guideFire (⭐)
  • Resistant to
    waterblight icon mhr wiki guideWater (Immune)
    iceblightg icon mhr wiki guideIce (Immune)
  • Kinsect Extracts:
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  • Enraged Mode: After falling down to the next level, Gaismagorm becomes enraged, with leaks of red gas coming out of its whole body.
  • Rampage: Gasimagorm is not encountered in Rampages.

 

Quick Combat Tips

  • Make use of the Dragonator at the first Stage (once ready) and the Ballistae when Gaismagorm starts climbing up in the second Stage.
  • Gaismagorm can hit pretty hard, so make sure your armor is well upgraded.
  • Attacking it will cause shards of Crystals to fall off of it. When it does its Vortex attack, these Crystals will also be absorbed, exploding and dealing sizable amount of damage. Focus on chipping off as much as you can by attacking its four front legs.
  • Its big Arms cannot be partdamaged in the first Stage of the battle, only the Crystals covering them. Likewise, the tail can only be cut in the second Stage as well. The tail will, however, already take partdamage in the first Stage. The tail can be carved twice.
  • There are many useful Hunting Helpers in the area, like an Aurortle, a Firebeetle and a Mudbeetle.
  • When Gaismagorm crawls up the mountain in the seconds Stage, mount the Ballista and shoot the three spots on its back. Each one you destroy will net 500-1000 damage. When playing in Multiplayer, its recommended to focus one spot if possible until it destroyed.
  • Most of its attacks can be avoided or more easily dodged when staying at its hindlegs.
  • Almost everytime Gaismagorm is about to use its mouth to fire an attack, it's commonly a good idea to jump under its neck (or better beyond) to avoid them.
  • During its Fire Rain attack, look at the ground to know where the attacks will land. Ideally, make your way towards and below Gaismagorm itself, as attacks rarely, if ever, land there, allowing you a safe window of attack.

 

MH Rise Gaismagorm Attacks & Moveset

Gaismagorm goes through 3 Phases as the fight goes on. In its first Phase, the fight takes place in the first Stage of the arena. Hunters get to know the monster and its size, as Gaismagorm shows mercy on its attacks. To complete the first Stage and Phase, Gaismagorms HP must be reduced to 60%. A cutscene will play in which Gaismagorm falls off the cliff into the second Stage below. By coming down, the monster will start its second Phase, using more or less the same moves with additional explosions or longer attacks, with a few new attacks as well. When Gaismagorm enters the third Phase, it will start glowing red and its skin has even bigger leaks of gas, and sometimes fireballs will come out from its body while performing other attacks. Whenever Gaismagorn climbs the mountain, Hunters must use the Ballistae that get airdropped in to shoot at the glowing spots on its back and prevent the Qurios from reaching the Hunters. Gaismagorm attacks much more aggressively and destructively in this Phase.

Squash - Lifts its hand and slams it over a target, causing a little burst of fire (Phase 1). When enraged, it may use this attack while absorbing its target with its mouth (Phase 2). In Phase 3, this attack causes huge multiple explosions when it hits the ground.

Multiple Hand Slams - When enraged it performs multiple and consecutive slams with both hands (Phase 2). In Phase 3, each slam causes a huge explosion.

Head Sweep - Drags its head side to side multiple times over the ground against the Hunters that are attacking its face.

Vortex - Gaismagorm roars and jumps towards the Cliff in the arena. As soon as it lands, multiple boulders will jut out of the ground. Soon after, it will begin inhaling, sucking any chipped off crystals and Hunters towards it. To avoid getting drawn in, put one of the boulders between you and Gaismagorm. Every crystal it absorbs will deal sizeable damage, and if enough crystals are absorbed, the attack will fail and it gets knocked down. Should it succeed in its attack preperation, it will cause a massive explosion in front of it. This explosion can easily be avoided by just staying behind the boulders, but if you were unlucky to be drawn in, prepare for a lot of damage or even a faint.

Conflagration - Slowly spits out a huge fire ball and claps it with its hands, causing the fireball to explode in a huge explosion to every target at close range. Can be avoided by dodging behind its head, or by simply being far enough away.

Explosive Drag - Drags its hand around, causing explosions all over its path. When enraged, it makes a complete spin, also dragging its tail around.

Ground Fire - Gargles red gas through its mouth while breathing in, to suddenly spit the combustion to the ground. When enraged, this attack lasts longer as it keeps spitting fire for a short moment.  In Phase 3, multiple orange/red markers will additionally appear on the ground, exploding shortly after.

Fireball line up - Spits a group of fireballs that stay in place aligned from one side to the other, exploding shortly after.

Belly Slam - Pulls its body up, shortly 'standing' on its back legs, and falls again slamming the ground with a  burst of fire. During Phase 3, at the end of this attack, Gaismagorm spits a fireball at the ground, adding a huge explosion to the slam.

Rain of Fire - Gargles and charges red gas, looks up and spits fireballs into the sky, causing a massive amount of fireballs to drop from the sky. A red circle on the Ground will indicate where Fireballs will land. Gaismagorm keeps spitting for a while, and its recommended to use this time by attacking it from below its belly, using Gaismagorm itself as an umbrella.

Mouth Charge - While enraged, Gaismagorm will roar, hit the ground with its head without closing its mouth, and start walking towards its target, smashing the ground by dragging its mouth over it.

Wall Climb - At some point in the second Stage, Gaismagorm starts climbing one of the Walls. This is indicated by a Roar and a signal sound. Ballistae will be airdropped into the Arena, which Hunters can  use to shoot at the three glowing spots that appear on Gaismagorms back. From time to time, Gaismagorm will release small clouds of Qurios that home in on Hunters, which must be shot down to avoid damage. Each spot destroyed will result in a good chunk of damage. If two spots are destroyed, it will slide down the wall a small distance before resuming its climb, and destroying all three will result in Gaismagorm falling to the ground, landing on the Ballistae and destroying them in the process.. If Gaismagorm reaches the top, it will charge a massive Laserbreath, targeting the middle of the arena with a huge dangerzone, causing a massive explosion, which also destroys the Ballistae.

Frenzy - Near the end of combat, Gaismagorm becomes even more enraged and starts thrashing around the Arena, hitting any targets on its path, while fireballs come out from the gas leaks of its body, which will move slowly towards Hunters.

 

 

Gaismagorm Weaknesses

The table below indicates the various body parts of Gaismagorm and the damage values for each Physical Damage type. These values indicate the effectiveness of attacks that deal these damage types. The higher the value, the more effective the attack. Note that Weapons can vary in the types of Physical Damage dealt depending on the moves used.

Gaismagorm Parts cut damage icon monster hunter rise wiki guide small blunt damage icon monster hunter rise wiki guide small ammo damage icon monster hunter rise wiki guide small
Head 70 72 45
Neck 40 42 24
Back 20 20 14
Abdomen 32 34 16
Wingarm 43 43 28
Foreleg 32 32 20
Hind Leg 26 26 18
Tail 32 30 16
Tail Tip 45 38 22

 

The table below indicates the various body parts of Gaismagorm and the damage values for each Elemental Damage type. These values indicate the effectiveness of attacks that deal these damage types. The higher the value, the more effective the attack. Certain Weapons can have Elemental Damage properties which are added into the damage calculation along with their Physical Damage type.

Gaismagorm Parts fireblight icon mhr wiki guide waterblight icon mhr wiki guide thunderblight icon mhr wiki guide iceblightg icon mhr wiki guide dragonblight icon mhr wiki guide
Head 10 0 20 0 30
Neck 5 0 15 0 25
Back 5 0 5 0 10
Abdomen 5 0 15 0 25
Wingarm 5 0 15 0 25
Foreleg 5 0 10 0 20
Hind Leg 5 0 10 0 15
Tail 5 0 10 0 15
Tail Tip 5 0 15 0 25

 

Gaismagorm Ailment Effectiveness

The higher the bars on the graphs and the more stars, the more advantageous it will be for the player.

Poison 
Stun 
Paralysis 
Sleep 
Blast ⭐⭐
Exhaust 
Fireblight ⭐
Waterblight ⭐
Thunderblight ⭐
Iceblight ⭐

 

Poison Status Effect Graph

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Stun Status Effect Graph

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Paralysis Status Effect Graph

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Sleep Status Effect Graph

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Blast Status Effect Graph

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Exhaust Status Effect Graph

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Fireblight Status Effect Graph

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Waterblight Status Effect Graph

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Thunderblight Status Effect Graph

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Iceblight Status Effect Graph

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MH Rise Gaismagorm Materials

The tables below contains information on the different Items and Materials that can be obtained from the Low Rank, High Rank and Master Rank versions of Gaismagorm.

Master Rank

The table below indicates the various materials or items obtained from the Master Rank version of Gaismagorm. It also includes the percentage chance of acquiring the materials.

Material Target Rewards Capture Rewards Break Part Rewards Carves Dropped Materials
dreamshell monster hunter rise wiki guideAbyssal Dragonscale 15% -- -- 37% (Body), 17% (Tail) 34%
bishaten tailcase+ material mhr wiki guideArchdemon Backshell 28% -- 97% (Head) 29% (Body) --
bishaten horn+ material mhr wiki guideArchdemon Piercetalon 20% -- -- 21% (Body) --
almudron claw+ material mhr wiki guideArchdemon Wingtalon 12% -- 80% (Right Wingarm), 80% (Left Wingarm) -- --
bloody parasite mhr wiki guideConsumption Parasite 16% -- 20%[x2] (Right Wingarm), 20%[x2] (Left Wingarm) -- 25%[x2]
magmadron tail mhr wiki guideArchdemon Tailhook 7% -- -- 80% (Tail) --
abyssal dragonsphire mhr wiki guideAbyssal Dragonsphire 2% -- 3% (Head) 1% (Body), 3% (Tail) 1%
bishaten horn+ material mhr wiki guideArchdemon Doomhorn -- -- 100% (Horn) 12% (Body) --
dragon treasure hunter rise wiki guideOld Dragon Treasure -- -- -- -- 40%

Low Rank & High Rank

This Monster is only available in Master Rank.

 

MH Rise Gaismagorm Weapons & Armor

The following are Weapons & Armor related to Gaismagorm.

 

MH Rise Gaismagorm Buddy Weapons & Armor

The following are Palico and Palamute Weapons & Armor related to Gaismagorm.

 

Notes & Trivia

  • Can be lured with ??
  • Camouflage works until ?? range

 

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    • Anonymous

      I am so sick of trying to get this stupid mantle, this fight is terrible he either does an attack that will never hit you like slamming his fist down or something that you can't dodge like ****ing Tigrex dashing across the arena or doing a 360 spin or clapping his hands together to cause a nuclear blast. The ballista phase feels very 50/50 sometimes it's easy to hit the spots and other times they just move around to erratically.

      Why does every final boss have to be skyscraper sized? Can't they just for once make the final fight good instead of flashy

      • Anonymous

        This fight is a 50/50 of either him just normally fighting you or him just waisting your time by running in circles non stop

        • Anonymous

          Oh good another monster that is too big to ever dodge... Really looking forward to farming this b,itch for the next week

          • Anonymous

            Honestly this "fight" was just a Lightshow. For me this monster falls unter the "too large to be fun" category together with xeno and shara

            • Anonymous

              Don't bring bloodlust to this, it will delete your hp during the ballista phase and then leave you with a debuff

              • Anonymous

                Fiorayne is honestly such a chad. Seeing her wirebug in the air so she could bring this thing down was such a power move.

                • Anonymous

                  if you get all 3 you can bring the demon down and get some DPS time with its head. this is genuinely impossible, 4 hunters and best you can get is two of the things.

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