spud luck meals mhr wiki guide
Category Unusual Flavors
Dango Skill Dango Weakener
Activation Chance 90%
Upgrade  N/A

Spud-luck in Monster Hunter Rise (MHR or MHRise) is one of the Dango components that make up a Meal. Meals refer to food that a Hunter can partake of before a hunt. They are comprised of three Dango that the Hunter can choose from the Tea Shop menu. Each Dango comes with a Skill that has a chance of activating upon the Meal's consumption. Each meal will also provide a boost to the Hunter's health and stamina, giving them an advantage while out on hunts.


Made with lucky potatoes! It's enchanted with a health and happiness spell.


How to unlock Spud-luck

Spud-luck is unlocked by:

  • Gaining access to Lv. 4⭐ Hub Quests (Completing the Urgent Quest The Blue Apex)


Spud-luck Dango Skills

  • Ordering the Spud-luck Dango at the Tea Shop or Canteen has a 90% chance of activating the Dango Weakener skill.
  • Skill Effects: Large monsters encountered on quests have an increased chance of being weaker than normal.
  • Activation chance can be boosted to 100% by using a Dango Ticket before placing your order.


Spud-luck Upgrades

  • N/A


Spud-luck Notes & Trivia

  • N/A



All Dango in Monster Hunter Rise
amble ramble  ♦  Analeptic  ♦  Balancing  ♦  Beansplosion  ♦  Bee-utiful  ♦  Berry Safe  ♦  Bestnut  ♦  Blastslash  ♦  Buddy's Treat  ♦  Cacaoutstanding  ♦  Careless Caramel  ♦  Centering  ♦  Chirp Chirp  ♦  Cool-to-the-Core  ♦  Dizzybloom  ♦  Dragonsbane  ♦  Dressage  ♦  Easy Breezy  ♦  Fruitflash  ♦  Gooey Chewy  ♦  Hap-peanut  ♦  Hide and Seek  ♦  Invigorating  ♦  Lava-hot Egg  ♦  Leg Day  ♦  Magnacrisp  ♦  Magnaroar  ♦  Medicinal  ♦  Mint-iature  ♦  Moongaze  ♦  Peach Skill  ♦  Pinea-full  ♦  Piping-hot Egg  ♦  Pure Water  ♦  Raisin d'etre  ♦  Rosy  ♦  Secretheart  ♦  Self Kelp  ♦  Sharp  ♦  Spicejolt  ♦  Spicetingle  ♦  Sub-zero  ♦  Super Bestnut  ♦  Sweetheart  ♦  The Kamura  ♦  Too-cool  ♦  Triple Rose  ♦  Very Hap-peanut  ♦  Waterfall  ♦  Wealthy Man


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    • Anonymous

      my understanding is most monsters roll how much health they will have, with modifiers called -2, -1, 0, +1, +2. this removes the +1 and +2 from pool. i think some of the bosses have fixed mods, and i don't know how it works in rampage.

      • Anonymous

        the information provided here is the same information that is provided ingame, so this page adds nothing to it
        how much weaker are they, thats why im here

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