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That for their 3DS game, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, Capcom based one of the bosses, the Bat/Spider hybrid, Popokarimu, on the Monster Hunter monsters’s engine.
The Tale of Z.
Picture me AToastyStrudel HR 50, with my HR 150-ish friendo Greed, looking to fight Alatreon for my urgent (I had actually done this before with another character) we had tried three times prior in different rooms where our B.K. Randy teammates had died like chumps. In enters Z, his name was something with a Z anyway, HR 61 and decked out in Agnaktor armor. He starts off strong by asking what we’re hunting, in a room clearly marked Ala. Our third player GOD informs him that it’s an Ala room. We prepare our selves for the grueling battle, and I notice that he hasn’t eaten, but say nothing of it. I ready up and see Z leave to change gear. Z returns with a LS specifically Tenebra D, he is still in the agnaktor armor. Curious, I wondered how he managed to stat awakening to use Tenebra. After examining his skills, I figured out that he had not. In fact the only skill other than the set ones was auto-guard. He had the first talisman equipped. I gently suggested that he equip a lance, or change into armor that wasn’t built entirely around guard, since he had no shield. I was met with a response so clever I still have no rebuttal “STFU Noob”. Staggered by his eloquent diss I promptly readied up, and prayed that he wouldn’t die too much. Me and greed are ready for this fight, smoke bomb, cool drink, and well done steak all in short order. Then we hear it, the most dreaded words that could arise from an Alatreon fight. “Anyone bring drinks and pots I forgot mine.” Now up until now Greed had kept chill, hoping to just fight around this cancerous jackass, but I could hear the controller quietly scream beneath his grasp. “When you die Z, Stay there.” Z soon died in a dragon charge despite my efforts with the healing horn, presumably his was trying to type another stunning diss. After I died via the pointy end of charge, Z died again, he has issues following instructions. Back in the lobby he tries to post the mission again, even though I need the urgent, and Greed gets tired of his shit. Before greed says something bannable, I step in and ask “Hey Z can you leave?” Indignation, nerd rage, badly spelled cursing, all flowed from Z like a river… of poop. I explain to Z gently that he is actually terrible at this game, GOD gets tired of it and absconds. I take this opportunity to gain the upper hand “Look at what you did, GOD has forsaken us, these are dark days” Z actually laughs, like he took time to type hahaha, while we were fighting. I tell him that he should consider using a better weapon (He would knock down constantly with LS) like hammer or GS, and to learn how skills work. With a cheery farewell Z, at HR 61, takes his first steps to learn how to play the game.
High ranked MH noobs… and a bit of trolling.
Wasn’t sure where to send this, but you said ‘submit to ask box’, but it didn’t fit there, so… here’s a monster hunter story!
Me and a friend were playing together one day, and we’re doing high rank stuff with a couple randoms. Anyway, both of the randoms are way higher ranked than us, around HR 200 or so, and we’re off hunting Deviljho or something in the Flooded Forest.
Anyway, my friend spawns at base camp and decides that since most people don’t bother to come to base to get stuff on high rank quests, that it was safe to grab two rations instead of one. The fight goes on, and it turns out that me and the other two ended up coming back to camp and grabbing what we could, since the fight was turning sour. I get ration three, and random number one gets the last of it.
Random two pops in and sees that there are no more rations, and goes into rage mode, typing in all caps and everything, ranting that ‘YOUR ONLY SUPOSED TO GET 1’ and demanding to know who took two. But we ask if he brought steaks or energy drinks, and it turns out that he has 10 steaks on him, but still demands that someone give him some rations instead. Of course me and my friends are shaking our heads at this, wondering why he cares so much about rations. His raving lasts the entire rest of the battle, and we eventually kill the monster.
We get back to base, and me and my friend come to a decision. Should one of us spawn at camp, we absolutely must take all the rations, just to see how the guy reacts. We start another Jho battle in the Flooded Forest, and lo and behold, my friend spawns at camp, and immediately grabs all the rations.
As he’s leaving spawn, random two actually uses a Farcaster back to base camp and runs over to the blue box. Two seconds later: ‘I AM GOING TO KILL SOMEONE.’ Me and my friend spent five minutes laughing so hard we almost died fighting the Jho. Once again, he spends the entire time raging, and random one is laughing just as hard through the chat. We don’t type a single word, and just let him rage the whole fight, despite him having full collection of steaks.
Needless to say, he quit the city after the hunt ended.
MH3 Horror Stories by dubzywubzyubzy
ah yes so here is my fun story, a couple years ago as i was still making my way up the hr ranks in tri, i had finally made it to high rank quests and was super excited! soon enough i was helping some people online complete double trouble. Decked out in full rathian+ armor i was trashing Ian by myself, trying to knock it down while flying, taking a bit of chip damage, and one of my teammates proceeds to rag on me for not dodging the darn thing (and taking aless than what a potion would heal) he proceeds to get hit by a fireball and dies. still ragging on me he makes it back to the battlefield complaining about his lack of fire resistance. I tell him, “yeah don’t wear fire susceptible armor,” which were apparently the magic words to get the other player riled up against me for whatever reason. In the end we failed the quest out of this guy dying twice and the other player dying. I’m usually pretty calm online and though i did still keep my cool through it i still remember it to this day because he was a higher rank than i was