Even though it hasn’t even been a month since launch, Capcom has been steadily dropping more and more content including a few new event quests today. One of these is the Monster Hunter World Deep Green Blues event quest, perhaps one of the most important ones in terms of in-game rewards.
Monster Hunter World Deep Green Blues tasks you with taking out numerous monsters you’ve faced before in the same quest. This is one that’s meant for players that are already rank 13 or higher, so that means it isn’t for the faint of heart. With 50 minutes to kill five monsters like the Aptonoth and Mernos, it is a fun challenge with some great rewards.
Monster Hunter World Deep Green Blues Explained
Put simply, Monter Hunter World Deep Green Blues is an event quest that is meant solely for farming. Whether it’s together with your fellow hunters or on your own, this is a quest with rewards that certainly encourage farming over and over until it is removed as an event quest.
Beyond the nice, healthy chunk of cash that you get upon completion, the Monster Hunter World Deep Green Blues event quest actually seems to give players a higher chance of receiving Gold Crowns, both Large and Mini, believe it or not. It is entirely possible to get multiple Large Gold Crowns in only one completion.
Farming this quest over and over is certainly worth doing. Here’s a couple of tips regarding farming the Monster Hunter World Deep Green Blues event quest. For starters, it’s worth noting that because there are a total of five monsters to kill, it’s actually easier to kill them in this quest than it is normally. Each monster has around 30 percent of its normal health, so that will definitely help with time.
Even more important is this sort of little cheat that you can do with farming the Monster Hunter World Deep Green Blues quest. If you’re only looking to farm a specific monster for Large Gold Crowns or its gems and so on while taking advantage of the lowered health, we recommend killing it first and then choosing to return from the quest.
Do not abandon the quest; only return from it. Doing it this way will give you the rewards you desire without having to complete the whole entire thing. Good luck!