How to Get Zinogre in Monster Hunter Stories 2

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How to Get Zinogre in Monster Hunter Stories 2

Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin does us all a service by allowing us to ride on the terrifying Zinogre, a fan favorite Monster from the Monster Hunter franchise. There's no excuse not to tame this electrified Fanged Wyvern now that you can, as it's not only powerful but also has the extremely useful Jump ability. It's a difficult Monster to defeat, but it's definitely worth your time and effort.

In Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, how do you get Zinogre?

First and foremost, it's important to note that Zinogre is a Royal Monster. This means it's significantly more powerful than any other typical Monster in the area, and it's parked in the same position as every other Royal beast. Furthermore, you won't be able to find Royal Monsters' eggs in Monster Dens until much later, so the only way to get one is to have Zinogre retreat after you fight it. Then, while it is sleeping, you follow it and grab the egg from its nest.

After you reach Loloska, the game's third region, you'll find a Zinogre for the first time. In this freezing continent, everything is frozen, so expect a lot of snowy peaks and hills. Zinogre, on the other hand, is sleeping on the side of a main road leading to the Snowclad Mt. Lavina. The red ‘X' mark in the image above is where Zinogre is currently resting. All you have to do is go outside of Kuan village and head south to discover it.

Once you've arrived in the region, start fighting Zinogre, and all you have to do now is beat it and hope it flees to its nest. You must destroy as many parts as possible, throw a Paintball before defeating it, and meet the pre-requisites that are unique to each Royal Monster to improve the likelihood of it doing so. Unfortunately, if you opt to farm for a Zinogre as soon as you find one, you will have a difficult time meeting those requirements.

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You must use an Ice-element weapon to land the final blow on Zinogre, the one that will actually defeat it because it is afflicted with Blastblight. This is incredibly precise and difficult to pull off, so it's debatable whether it's even worth doing. If you can do it, though, it will significantly increase your retreat rate, especially when used in concert with the Paintball.

Zinogre may withdraw to its Den if you perform everything perfectly and defeat the Monster. Follow the path, grab the egg, and greet your young thunder-wolf. Enjoy.

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