Flame Glaive II

Rarity 5
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mhw-decoration
 Attack Power 465
 Sharpness
 
 
 
 
 Affinity 10%
 Element Damage Fire 120
Kinsect Bonus Sever Boost

Flame Glaive II is an Insect Glaive Weapon in Monster Hunter World (MHW). All weapons have unique properties relating to their Attack Power, Elemental Damage and various different looks. Please see Weapon Mechanics to fully understand the depth of your Hunter Arsenal.

 

 

Flame Glaive II Information

 

 

Flame Glaive II Crafting and Upgrades

Flame Glaive has 2 upgrade levels. It follows the Ore path, detailed below.

  Rare Attack Power Sharpness Affinity Element Damage Decorations Defense
Flame Glaive I 4 372
 
 
 
 
10% Fire 90 - -
Craft with: Rathalos Scale x1, Rathalos Webbing x2, Flame Sac x2, Rathalos Marrow x1, 4000 x zenny-currency-mhworld-wiki
Flame Glaive II 5 465
 
 
 
 
10% Fire 120 -
Craft with: Rathalos Scale x6, Rathalos Tail x2, Rathalos Plate x1, Inferno Sac x3, 8000 x zenny-currency-mhworld-wiki

 

 

Flame Glaive II Upgrade Tree

Flame Glaive is part of an upgrade path for the Insect Glaive Weapon Tree. Below is an excerpt of the relevant Rathalos tree.

Insect Glaive Bone Tree

 

 

   

Insect Glaives
Aerial Rod I  ♦  Aerial Rod II  ♦  Aqua Rod I  ♦  Aqua Rod II  ♦  Aqua Rod III  ♦  Azure Bolt  ♦  Bad Wing  ♦  Blacksteel Glaive I  ♦  Blooming Glaive I  ♦  Blooming Glaive II  ♦  Blooming Glaive III  ♦  Bone Rod I  ♦  Bone Rod II  ♦  Bone Rod III  ♦  Chrome Blade I  ♦  Chrome Blade II  ♦  Chrome Trident  ♦  Claw Gold Naginata  ♦  Crusher Gold Naginata  ♦  Daora's Entom  ♦  Daora's Tethidine  ♦  Datura Blade I  ♦  Decay Gold Naginata  ♦  Destroyer Bo I  ♦  Diablos Rod I  ♦  Dragonbone Glaive I  ♦  Dragonseal Aldstaff  ♦  Empress Cane  ♦  Empress Cane Blaze  ♦  Empress Cane Ruin  ♦  Empress Cane Styx  ♦  Firedance Rathmaul  ♦  Flame Glaive I  ♦  Flammenkaefer  ♦  Flash Gold Naginata  ♦  Freeze Gale I  ♦  Gae Bolg  ♦  Gama Cane I  ♦  Gama Cane II  ♦  Garon Rod I  ♦  Gold Ice Naginata  ♦  Gold Paralysis Naginata  ♦  Gold Water Naginata  ♦  Grunge Storm  ♦  Hard Bone Rod I  ♦  Hard Bone Rod II  ♦  Hazak Entoma I  ♦  Horn Gold Naginata  ♦  Indigo Flash  ♦  Iron Blade I  ♦  Iron Blade II  ♦  Iron Blade III  ♦  Kadachi Pillar I  ♦  King Gold Naginata  ♦  Kjarr Glaive Crusher  ♦  Kjarr Glaive Decay  ♦  Kjarr Glaive Ice  ♦  Kjarr Glaive King  ♦  Kjarr Glaive Paralysis  ♦  Kjarr Glaive Spark  ♦  Kjarr Glaive Water  ♦  Kulu Blade I  ♦  Kulu Blade II  ♦  Kulu Blade III  ♦  Luminous Blade I  ♦  Luminous Blade II  ♦  Nergal Reaper  ♦  Pulsar Rod I  ♦  Pulsar Rod II  ♦  Pulsar Rod III  ♦  Rathmaul  ♦  Spark Gold Naginata  ♦  Spew Gold Naginata  ♦  Steel Blade I  ♦  Steel Blade II  ♦  Steel Blade III  ♦  Taroth Glaive Claw  ♦  Taroth Glaive Crusher  ♦  Taroth Glaive Decay  ♦  Taroth Glaive Flash  ♦  Taroth Glaive Horn  ♦  Taroth Glaive Ice  ♦  Taroth Glaive King  ♦  Taroth Glaive Paralysis  ♦  Taroth Glaive Spark  ♦  Taroth Glaive Spew  ♦  Taroth Glaive Thief  ♦  Taroth Glaive Water  ♦  Temptation's Trident  ♦  Thief Gold Naginata  ♦  True Gae Bolg  ♦  Tyrannis Glaive I  ♦  Verdant Levin  ♦  Vice  ♦  Water Glaive I  ♦  Xeno Shmaena  ♦  Ya-Ku Wrath I

 




    • Anonymous

      18 Jul 2018 01:35  

      Does anyone else find it really weird when upgrades need a mix of low-rank and high-rank things? None of the other MH games have things like that, at least not that I can remember.

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