Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin, like most high-profile Nintendo Switch games released in recent times, supports amiibo figures, allowing players to unlock special bonuses that cannot be unlocked by playing the game normally.
If you have amiibo figures other than the Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin ones lying around, you will be able to use them to get additional items every day via the Lunar Luck mini-game. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
How to Play the Lunar Luck Mini-Game in Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin
Tsukino’s Lunar Luck Mini-Game can be played by accessing any Prayer Pot found in every village. Once you interact with one, pick the amiibo option and scan any figure. Doing this will start the Lunar Luck mini-game, which will reward you with a different amount of items depending on your luck.
If you get a Crescent Moon result, you will get a single item; if you get a Half Moon result, you will get 2 items; if you get a Full Moon result, you will get 3 items. The items you get are randomized among charms, traps, and various consumables.
The Tsukino’s Lunar Luck mini-game can be played repeatedly, as long as you have different amiibo figures to scan every day, as figures can only be used once per day.