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Illusion of the Dense Forest

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weloveculty:

Surprise! We went ahead and soft launched our online store.  We are really excited for you to come take a look around!

Go take a look!

One Week Only! Launch Specials

To celebrate our grand opening, we are offering some bundled products!

- Buy any Felyne Roll Call print and get the digital Monster Hunter Beginner’s Guide for free OR
- Purchase our Happy Combo and get an additional Felyne Roll Call print with both versions of the guide!

What are you waiting for? Start hunting today!
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weloveculty:

Surprise! We went ahead and soft launched our online store. We are really excited for you to come take a look around!

Go take a look!

One Week Only! Launch Specials

To celebrate our grand opening, we are offering some bundled products!

- Buy any Felyne Roll Call print and get the digital Monster Hunter Beginner’s Guide for free OR

- Purchase our Happy Combo and get an additional Felyne Roll Call print with both versions of the guide!

What are you waiting for? Start hunting today!

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trenya:

Oh, hey! Adagio finally got a bunch of teas back in stock, so most of my Monster Hunter blends are available now.

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weloveculty:

This week’s Felyne Roll Call preview is of the Aoshira armor! Look how cuddly this guy looks in that blue bear fur. And oh, that honey-colored background is too much! Note to self: buy some honey.
Each week leading up to Culty’s official launch we will be showing a preview just like this one, so look forward to it!
Previous Felyne Roll Call previews: Acorn ArmorYukumo Armor
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weloveculty:

This week’s Felyne Roll Call preview is of the Aoshira armor! Look how cuddly this guy looks in that blue bear fur. And oh, that honey-colored background is too much! Note to self: buy some honey.

Each week leading up to Culty’s official launch we will be showing a preview just like this one, so look forward to it!

Previous Felyne Roll Call previews: Acorn Armor
Yukumo Armor

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Rathalos-Scales: Monster Hunter on its way to the ios and Android devices

globalmonsterhunters:

Capcom’s Monster Hunter, a series that is most prominently popular in Japan, is on its way to iOS and Android phones and tablets under the title Monster Hunter: Massive Hunting. This is the second Monster Hunter game to hit iOS devices, the first being Monster Hunter: Dynamic Hunting last year.

(Source: insidegamingdaily.com)

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You really aren’t ever alone, huh?

singleactionjack:

In Monster Hunter, I mean.

Like, think about it.

Even if you don’t have any nearby friends around to play, look at all the support you get in-game from NPCs.

Often times, a village elder /gives/ you a house to live in. Free storage for anything and everything you find. There are loads of villagers who give you tips and tricks (I wouldn’t have beaten Kushala Daora without the help of NPCs telling me about E.Dragons and their susceptibility to poison). There’s the arena challenge guy who gives you a full free course in how to hunt with every single weapon in the game. You get to take whatever you want from the local farm, almost no questions asked.

Sure, you’re doing contracts for the village, giving the blacksmiths work, but see how much you get in return?

Think about the elder. Remember what happened way back when?

You just finished a key quest. You walk up to the elder, and they have a worried look on their face. Then, they tell you about a terrifying beast that needs to be slain, a Tigrex, a Jinouga, an angry Nargacuga. Yet, what do they say? “Prepare yourself, take your time.” Sure, they need you to do this, you being the village hunter taking these contracts. But they give you the freedom to instead take the time to go and do a gathering quest. To take your time. Although things are bleak for them, they let you do what you need to do, and what you /want/ to do. They support all your desires.

Heck, you’re /never/ alone. Think about it.

Ask yourselves this, hunters. When you get K.O’d by a monster, what happens? Do you just re-spawn at camp like an Italian plumber minus one green shroom? No way. Every time you get taken down with tries remaining, a squad of felynes cart you back to the base. A squad. A squad who, although can’t support you every time, has their watching eyes on you throughout your entire quest. Hoping you succeed, and saving your ass after you get incapacitated by something big enough to swallow them all in one gulp. They’re probably from the village. They probably were hired by the guild or the elder to support you. But they hardly know you. And yet, they risk their furry little heads getting you out of harms way, so you can finish what you started.

Kinda makes you feel welcomed.

(via charmmyskity)

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