**Dragonite Ore** is one of the rarest materials used in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. After completing the main story campaign of the game, it will pop out in extremely difficult missions, and once completed, the Dragonite Ore can be used for crafting some of the strongest and most durable armor and weapons found in the game. In this guide, players will know where to find Dragonite Ore in Monster Hunter Rise and how to use it, so read on and enjoy.

**What is Dragonite Ore**?

The Dragonite Ore yields metal superior to that of machalite which is both rare and valuable. Its rarity is 4 stars and can be sold in shops for 480Gs. This item can be found mostly on High-Rank Quests and also be rewarded during Quest Rewards.

## Where to find Dragonite Ore in Monster Hunter Rise

The best farming location to get Dragonite Ores is the Lava Caverns. Travel around **Area 1** to **Area 4** for this material can be farmed through a Mining Outcrop. After farming within those areas, travel to **Area 5** to **Area 12** to see more Mining Outcrops. Make sure to eat in order to maximize one’s stamina since players will be running around a lot in the Lava Caverns. Using **Palamutes **will be required as they can help players farm items using their **Sniff’em Out! Ability**.

For those who want to clear Hub quests in order to get this ore, below is the list of quests that reward players with the Dragonite Ore:

- Disastrously Beautiful
- Hellfire
- A Few Bumps Along The Way
- A Friend I Need
- Wavering Moon And Thunder
- Champion of the Caverns
- My Muse The Mizutsune
- Twilit Twin Stars
- Bully of The Caverns
- Down ‘n’ Dirty
- Beckoning Slumber
- The Best Quest
- So Hot, It Melts Iron
- Getting Back The Groceries
- Dango Duty
- Night of the Khezu
- Nosey Nuisances
- Comeuppance
- RAthalos Alert!
- Waltzing by Moonlight
- Nocturnal Tracker
- Electrifying Epiphany
- Wind Speed Wyvern
- Learn The Lance
- Go Away, Pukei
- Rise Above The Mud
- Foul Play in the Forest
- The Restless Swamp
- Dastardly Vile Aknosom Trio
- King of the Sky, Bane of the Land
- Like a Flash of Lightning
- A Test of Courage
- Twisted Desire
- Thundering Voice
- Hermit of the Swamp
- Out of Sight, Out of Mind’s Eye

## How to farm the Dragonite Ore in Monster Hunter Rise

The most fundamental way of farming the ore is to head out on an expedition to the **Lava Caverns**. Among the maps found in the game, this area has the most amount of Mining Outcrops that players can find. Keep in mind that Upsurges can change every 10 minutes or so. So even if the Lava Caverns aren’t currently having an Upsurge of Mining Crops, there’s a chance they will when players are on an Expedition.

Before heading out, players should check the Locale info to see if there is an Upsurge of Mining Outcrops

### Crafting Weapons

- Cirrus Blaster I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Hanayako Yohino I
*– requires 5 x Dragonite Ores* - Morning Dawn I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Poetic Bell I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Almudron Axe I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Almudron Bowgun I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Almudron Gunlance I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Almudron Hammer
*– requires 1 x Dragonite Ores* - Babel Spear I
*– requires 5 x Dragonite Ores* - Canyne Cannon I
*– requires 4 x Dragonite Ores* - Chrome Razor I
*– requires 10 x Dragonite Ores* - Cyclo-Hammer I
*– requires 4 x Dragonite Ores* - Dawn Ray Bow I
*– requires 4 x Dragonite Ores* - Exorcising Sword I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Fragrance I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Growling Wyvern I
*– requires 5 x Dragonite Ores* - Highpriest Bowgun I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Journey Jelly I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Lotus Bowgun I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Mud Ripper I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Qornu Waga I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Rainy Jelly I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Ricebane I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Sworn Rapiers I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Wheel Axe I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Bull Grunt I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Rex Slicers I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores*

### Craft Armor and Buddy Equipment

- Calamitous Portent I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Guardian Sword II
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Naag Serpentblade I
*– requires 1 x Dragonite Ores* - Hidden Scythe I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Kulu’s Peck II
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Arko Nulo Yellow I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Kadachi Glaive I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Khezu Daggers II
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Khezu Razor II
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Kulu Bludgeon II
*– requires 4 x Dragonite Ores* - Usurper’s Tremor I
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Arzuros Bow II
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Axeblade I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Barro Barrel II
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Buster Blade
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Delex Harpoon II
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Delex Sail II
*– requires 4 x Dragonite Ores* - Dual Daggers
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Dual Hatchets II
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Elite Blade II
*– requires 4 x Dragonite Ores* - Elite Switch Axe II
*– requires 5 x Dragonite Ores* - Gelid Mind I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - General’s Strongaxe I
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Great Bagpipe
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Improved Steel Axe
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Iron Beater I
*– requires 4 x Dragonite Ores* - Alloy Coil X
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Alloy Mail X
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Makluva Hood S
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Pukei-Pukei Coil S
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Ingot Coil S
*– requires 3 x Dragonite Ores* - Chainmail Gloves S
*– requires 1 x Dragonite Ores* - Khezu Coil S
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Tigrex Braces
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Vaik Braces
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Volvidon Helm
*– requires 2 x Dragonite Ores* - Makluva Cover
*– requires 1 x Dragonite Ores*

And that’s our guide on where to find Dragonite Ore in Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak. If players love this guide, please check out our other Monster Hunter Rise-related articles.