|Hunt a Barioth|
|Area||Time Limit||Reward||Failure Conditions|
|Hoarfrost Reach||50 minutes||0 z||Time Expires / Faint 3 times|
|Clear No Time for Naps and Play Both Ends|
It is recommended to equip pieces of armor with good ice resistance to minimize damage from Barioth’s elemental attacks. You can raise ice defense further by slotting ice resistance jewels into your armor.
Be sure to bring nullberies to cure yourself of iceblight. Having a good supply of flashpods is also useful, especially for forcing Barioth to the ground when it goes airborne.
Always stay mobile when fighting Barioth. Its ice blasts must be avoided as they create cyclones that hinder movement within a large area.
Attacking Barioth’s side is relatively safe, though you should watch out for its quick side tackle and tail whip. Get a feel for how many hits you can get in with your weapon before repositioning to avoid a counterattack.
Use a flashpod whenever Barioth goes airborne to make it crash down on the ground. You can then press on the attack until it gets back up to retaliate.
It is not recommended to engage Barioth when it is locked in a turf war with Banbaro. Both monsters are very large and are likely to hit you as they thrash about. Shoot a dung pod at either Barioth or Banbaro to force them to move to a different area before resuming your hunt.