Wildbite

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Rarity 12
mhw-defense -
mhw-decoration -
 Attack Power 1392
 Sharpness
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Affinity -30%
 Element Damage Sleep Sleep 390

Wildbite is a Master Rank Great Sword Weapon in Monster Hunter World (MHW) Iceborne. 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.

 

 

Wildbite Information

  • Weapon from the Brute Tigrex Monster
  • Styled with the ?? Armor Set
  • This weapon has Sleep Sleep damage
  • Notes and Tips go here

 

 

Wildbite Crafting and Upgrades

Wildbite has 2 different upgrade levels. It follows the Bone path, detailed below.

  Rare Attack Power Sharpness Affinity Element Damage Decorations Defense
Wildbite 11 1344
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
-30% Sleep Sleep 330 - -
Craft with: Brute Tigrex Hardclaw x3, Brute Tigrex Shard x5, Brute Tigrex Hardfang x2. Large Wyvern Gem x1
Wildbite 12 1392
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
-30% Sleep Sleep 390 - -
Craft with:  Tempered Ebonjaw x5, Brute Tigrex Hardclaw x4, Brute Tigrex Hardfaing x3, Tigrex Mantle x1

 

 

Wildbite Upgrade Tree

Wildbite is part of an upgrade path for the Great Sword Weapon Tree. Below is an excerpt of the relevant Bone tree.

 

Great Sword Bone Tree

 

 

Iceborne Great Swords
Anguish  ♦  Aqua Slasher I  ♦  Aqua Slasher II  ♦  Barroth Shredder I  ♦  Berserker Sword  ♦  Blacksteel Chopper I  ♦  Blooming Blade I  ♦  Blooming Blade II  ♦  Blooming Blade III  ♦  Blue Wing  ♦  Bone Blade I  ♦  Bone Blade II  ♦  Bone Blade III  ♦  Bone Slasher I  ♦  Bone Slasher II  ♦  Buster Blade I  ♦  Buster Blade II  ♦  Buster Blade III  ♦  Buster Sword I  ♦  Buster Sword II  ♦  Buster Sword III  ♦  Carapace Buster I  ♦  Carapace Buster II  ♦  Carapace Buster III  ♦  Chrome Razor I  ♦  Chrome Razor II  ♦  Datura Blaze I  ♦  Decay Gold Fellsword  ♦  Dragonbone Cleaver I  ♦  Empress Galea  ♦  Empress Galea Blaze  ♦  Empress Galea Ruin  ♦  Empress Galea Styx  ♦  Eruptor Gold Fellsword  ♦  Flame Blade I  ♦  Flammenzahn  ♦  Flammenzahn I  ♦  Freeze Blade I  ♦  Freeze Blade II  ♦  Frost Blade I  ♦  Frost Blade II  ♦  Frost Blaze I  ♦  Frost Blaze II  ♦  Giant Jawblade I  ♦  Giant Jawblade II  ♦  Girros Blade I  ♦  Glutton Gold Fellsword  ♦  Gold Ice Fellsword  ♦  Gold Sleep Fellsword  ♦  Gold Water Fellsword  ♦  Great Wyvern Jawblade  ♦  Hazak Kys  ♦  Icesteel Edge  ♦  Jagras Blade I  ♦  Jagras Blade II  ♦  Jagras Blade III  ♦  Jagras Hacker I  ♦  Jagras Hacker II  ♦  Jagras Hacker III  ♦  Jawblade  ♦  King Gold Fellsword  ♦  Kjarr Fellsword Decay  ♦  Kjarr Fellsword Ice  ♦  Kjarr Fellsword King  ♦  Kjarr Fellsword Magma  ♦  Kjarr Fellsword Numb  ♦  Kjarr Fellsword Thunder  ♦  Kjarr Fellsword Water  ♦  Lava Blaze I  ♦  Lava Blaze II  ♦  Lightning Punisher I  ♦  Lightning Punisher III  ♦  Magda Potestas I  ♦  Magma Gold Fellsword  ♦  Malady's Kiss I  ♦  Malady's Kiss II  ♦  Malady's Kiss III  ♦  Mud Gold Fellsword  ♦  Nergal Judicator  ♦  Numb Gold Fellsword  ♦  Ogre's Jaw  ♦  Purgation's Atrocity  ♦  Radobaan Slab I  ♦  Radobaan Slab II  ♦  Rathalos Glinsword  ♦  Red Wing  ♦  Spew Gold Fellsword  ♦  Spiked Blade I  ♦  Spiked Bladed II  ♦  Tar Gold Fellsword  ♦  Taroth Blaze Decay  ♦  Taroth Blaze Eruptor  ♦  Taroth Blaze Glutton  ♦  Taroth Blaze Ice  ♦  Taroth Blaze King  ♦  Taroth Blaze Magma  ♦  Taroth Blaze Mud  ♦  Taroth Blaze Numb  ♦  Taroth Blaze Sleep  ♦  Taroth Blaze Spew  ♦  Taroth Blaze Tar  ♦  Taroth Blaze Water  ♦  Thunder Blade I  ♦  Thunder Blade II  ♦  Thundersword I  ♦  Water Golem I  ♦  Water Golem II  ♦  Wyvern Ignition Impact  ♦  Wyvern Ignition Steel  ♦  Wyvern Jawblade  ♦  Xeno Maliq

 




    • Anonymous

      21 Sep 2019 00:07  

      Would need quite a boost in raw dmg to make this even viable to use, -30% Affinity with equal attack with Acid Shredder(which has no Affinity penalty) Only difference being is the purple sharpness, which at that point a player would use Immovable Dharma a lil' less dmg, but manageable purple sharpness and still no Affinity loss

      • Anonymous

        20 Sep 2019 13:22  

        from 1344 to 1392 damage, what a dissapointing outcome...someone in monster hunter balancing team was drunk af. Together with the negative affinity and rar 12 augment slots, this must be one of the worst weapons which are so hard to get.

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