Gilded Spiribug is an Endemic Life creature in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR or MHRise). These animals and insects are found out in the field and can be captured by dedicated Hunters looking to research and learn about these habitats, and it can also be used just like items that can help a hunter during a hunting quest.
A gold beetle related to Golden Spiribugs. The sound of its wings flapping has a relaxing effect. The sound of its wings flapping has a relaxing effect. Its diet mostly consists of the tiny insects that feed on the plants that Petalaces are made from. Hunters wearing a Petalace will attract Gilded Spiribugs and often return from hunts with their Petalace covered in them. A dye made from this bug is a famous speciality of Kamura Village.
Gilded Spiribug Locations
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Gilded Spiribug Information
Endemic Life in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR or MHRise) is placed inside the hunter's Helper Cage, and it can be brought out in the field and used just like an item or provide a permanent buff.
Releasing a Hunting Helper will trigger certain actions and effects that can help hunters such as tracking down monsters, placing traps, and fighting monsters.
- Endemic Life Effect: Emits a relaxing effect from the sound of its flapping wings.
- Unlock Conditions: ??
Gilded Spiribug Notes
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|Endemic Life in Monster Hunter Rise|
Antidobra ♦ Aurortle ♦ Blastoad ♦ Boulder Lizard ♦ Brewhare ♦ Butterflame ♦ Clothfly ♦ Cohoot ♦ Cutterfly ♦ Echobat ♦ Escuregot ♦ Firebeetle ♦ Flashfly ♦ Fortune Owl ♦ Giganha ♦ Golden Spiribug ♦ Great Wirebug ♦ Green Lampsquid ♦ Green Spiribird ♦ Gustcrab ♦ Hellbill ♦ Lanternbug ♦ Marionette Spider ♦ Monksnail ♦ Morphed Wirebugs ♦ Mudbeetle ♦ Orange Spiribird ♦ Paratoad ♦ Peepersects ♦ Pincercrab ♦ Poisontoad ♦ Prism Spiribird ♦ Puppet Spider ♦ Quetzalcobra ♦ Red Lampsquid ♦ Red Spiribird ♦ Regitrice ♦ Rock Lizard ♦ Scale Lizard ♦ Slicercrab ♦ Snow-faced Fox ♦ Snowbeetle ♦ Spearsquid ♦ Starburst Bug ♦ Stinkmink ♦ Thorny Toad ♦ Thunderbeetle ♦ Trapbugs ♦ Tricktoad ♦ Vigorwasp ♦ Wailnard ♦ Wirebug (Endemic Life) ♦ Yellow Lampsquid ♦ Yellow Spiribird