Monster Hunter Rise is a massive game filled with tons of different activities. While hunting down monsters is the most important activity found in the game, many of the other activities can make hunting much easier, as it will let you obtain all the materials you need to upgrade and craft new weapons and so on.
Additionally, engaging in certain activities will also allow you to unlock the Guild Card Awards. As the Nintendo Switch lacks a system-wide achievement system, the only way to show off your mastery of Monster Hunter Rise is with these in-game achievements.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Guild Card Awards in Monster Hunter Rise.
What Are Guild Card Awards?
As mentioned above, Guild Card Awards are special achievements that will be awarded to you as soon as you complete a certain task. Some of these awards will take little to no effort to unlock, as they are related to story progression, while others will take way longer to unlock, as they are tied to side activities which you can choose to not engage with, if you are not interested.
All Monster Hunter Rise Guild Card Awards
Below, you will find all the details on the base 38 Monster Hunter Rise Guild Card Awards.
1. Kamura Amulet – A trinket given to new hunters who have proved themselves capable.
2. Ancestral Blade – A prize for vanquishing Magnamalo. This blade has led Kamura for generations.
3. Apex Shortsword – Granted for banishing an Apex in the Rampage. Its blade is riddled with battle scars.
4. Tempestuous Triumph Scroll – A hanging scroll from Master Hojo, depicting your victory over Wind Serpent Ibushi.
5. Calamity Conqueror Scroll – Received upon defeating Ibushi and Narwa. Depicts the two serpents leading the Rampage.
6. Aspiring Hunter Certificate – A souvenir from the Guild for completing many low rank quests.
7. Rampage Nemesis Certificate – A souvenir from the Guild for completing many Rampage quests.
8. Spiritwood Necklace – Awarded for completing 50 quests in the Shrine Ruins. Made from Spiritwood branches.
9. Frozen Lampsquid – Awarded for completing 50 quests in the Frost Islands. A relic encased in primeval ice.
10. Prismatic Chalice – Awarded for completing 50 quests in the Flooded Forest. Was found buried under rubble.
11. Silver Cactus Ring – Awarded for completing 50 quests in the Sandy Plains. A peculiar silver cactus ring.
12. Heliotrope Bracelet – Awarded for completing 50 quests in the Lava Caverns. Glitters a red-blue mélange.
13. Wreath of Honor – A wreath received from the villagers as thanks for taking on their many requests.
14. Kamura Pinwheel – Awarded for performing 1000 Wiredashes. Spins smoothly in the wind.
15. Shabby Canyne Saddle – Awarded for riding Canynes many times. Worn in odd places from use in countless voyages.
16. Beat-up Construction Kit – Awarded for unlocking lots of camps. Each of its nicks and grooves tells a story.
17. Great Wirebug Plate – Awarded for discovering many Great Wirebug launch points. Sports a nice relevant design.
18. Hunting Helpers Plate – Awarded for gathering 500 Hunting Helpers. Features a beautiful depiction of them.
19. Golden Spiribug Plate – Awarded for gathering 1000 golden and gilded spiribugs. Shines much like they do.
20. Antique Bookmark – Awarded for finding many Old Messages. Adorned with a tasteful pattern.
21. Deft-hand Rod – Awarded for catching many fish. Feels familiar in your hands. One cast, one catch!
22. Well-done Grillmeister – Awarded for cooking a well done steak 30 times. Good job, and well done!
23. Copper Ecologist’s Award – Awarded for photographing many Hunting Helpers. Proof you’ve expanded your hunter horizons.
24. Silver Ecologist’s Award – Awarded by one enthusiastic researcher for photographing many Rare Creature.
25. Gold Ecologist’s Award – Awarded for photographing many Endemic Lifeforms. Now you’re a Guild-recognized researcher!
26. Extravagant Cashbox – Awarded for earning 1,000,000 zenny. Heavy with impressively intricate goldwork.
27. Well-worn Cashbox – Awarded for accumulating 100,000 Kamura Points. Gleams with polish despite great use.
28. Thank-mew Letter – Awarded for hiring 50 Buddies. We a-purr-eciate your fur-iendly patronage!
29. Good Luck Charm – Proof of having sent the Meowcenaries out on a quest 100 times.
30. Palamute Gear Tune-up Kit – Awarded for collecting all Palamute Gear. Daily maintenance is what will make it last!
31. Luxury Armor Stand – Awarded for forging many valuable weapons and armor. Made from premium materials.
32. Master’s Black Belt – Awarded for obtaining many Switch Skills, a feat of both mental and bodily discipline.
33. Chef’s Trusty Tools – Awarded for helping Yomogi. You can almost hear the Tea Dealers’ chanting when looking at it.
34. Coohoots’ Dresser – Awarded to connoisseurs of Cohoot outfits. Perfect for storing your avian apparel.
35. Runner’s Sandals – Awarded for talking to many of Kamura’s citizens. Feels like walking on a carpet of cloud.
36. Decorative Tablet – Hunt 1000 large monsters
37. Five-in-One Plaque – Awarded for hunting 5 monsters in 1 Expedition Tour.
38. Seasoned Jockey Plaque – Awarded for riding many different monsters.
All Monster Hunter Rise 2.0 New Guild Card Awards
The Monster Hunter Rise 2.0 update introduced 5 additional awards. Some of them will take quite a bit of time to unlock, as many of them are related to late-game activities, or just plain take a long time to unlock.
39. Fan of Ascendancy – The mark of a hunter who has attempted some of the toughest quests around–and won.
40. Arena Fighter Certificate – A souvenir from the Guild for completing many Arena quests.
41. From Palicoes, with Love – Awarded for raising various support-type Palicoes to their maximum levels.
42. Colorful Armor Stand – Awarded for forging many layered armors. Its variegated hues are simply captivating.
43. Petalace Arrangement Vase – Awarded for obtaining many Petalaces. It fills rooms with a delightful floral aroma.