Monster Hunter World: Iceborne - Decoration Farming Guide

A guide on farming decorations in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. Included are decoration tiers and the rates of obtaining feystones from tempered monster investigations.

Monster Hunter: World Iceborne - Farming Decorations

Farming Decorations

Aside from being granted by armor, skills are acquired by slotting your equipment with decorations. These can be obtained in a number of ways, including clearing main story quests and crafting them in the elder melder’s pot. The best way to farm decorations, however, is to run tempered monster investigations.

Tempered monsters investigations reward you with one to five reward boxes that contain either feystones or streamstones. When appraised, feystones turn into random decorations.

Investigations Guide

Decorations are categorized into four tiers: C, B, A, and S. Each tier has a specific chance of appearing after appraising various types of feystones. The chances that a reward will contain a specific feystone also depends on the threat level of the investigation.

Feystone Appraisal and Drop Rates

Feystone Appraisal Drop Rates
Mysterious Feystone
  • C (85%)
  • B (15%)
  • Threat Level 1 Investigations (55%)
Gleaming Feystone
  • C (65%)
  • B (34%)
  • A (1%)
  • Threat Level 1 Investigations (25%)
  • Threat Level 2 Investigations (34%)
Worn Feystone
  • C (10%)
  • B (82%)
  • A (6%)
  • S (2%)
  • Threat Level 2 Investigations (35%)
  • Threat Level 3 Investigations (70%)
Warped Feystone
  • B (77%)
  • A (18%)
  • S (5%)
  • Threat Level 2 Investigations (26%)
  • Threat Level 3 Investigations (13%)

The table above should guide you on which tempered monster investigations to farm when aiming for specific decorations. Attack jewels, for example, are A tier decorations. They have the highest chance of appearing after appraising warped feystones. Doing threat level 2 investigations then will grant you the best odds of obtaining them.

C Tier Decorations

C Tier
Intimidator Sporepuff Expert Divine Blessing
Fortitude Scholar Resuscitate
Palico Rally Botanist Tool Specialist
Free Meal Stealth Fire Resistance
Water Resistance Thunder Resistance Ice Resistance
Dragon Resistance Poison Resistance Blast Resistance
Paralysis Resistance Sleep Resistance Bleeding Resistance
Effluvia Resistance Iron Skin Geologist
Aquatic Expert Airborne Entomologist
Heavy Artillery Hunger Resistance

B Tier Decorations

B Tier
Fire Attack Water Attack Thunder Attack
Ice Attack Dragon Attack Poison Attack
Evade Window Affinity Sliding KO
Speed Sharpening Horn Maestro Item Prolonger
Partbreaker Speed Eating Recovery Speed
Quick Sheath Constitution Flinch Free
Tremor Resistance Stun Resistance Stun Resistance
Blight Resistance Health Boost Stamina Thief
Critical Eye Recovery Up Evade Extender
Weakness Exploit Slinger Capacity Poison Shot
Bombardier Earplugs Defense
Wind Resistance Non-Elemental Boost Wide Range

A Tier Decorations

A Tier
Resentment Normal Shots Attack
Protective Polish Power Prolonger Maximum Might
Sleep Attack Paralysis Attack Latent Power
Stamina Surge Capacity Boost Adrenaline
Agitator Guard Guard Up
Special Ammo Boost Blast Attack Blast Shots
Paralysis Shots Sleep Shots Peak Performance
Elder Seal Up

S Tier Decorations

S Tier
Free Elem/Ammo Up Piercing Shots Marathon Runner
Bow Charge Plus Spread/Power Shots Mind’s Eye/Ballistic
Handicraft Mushroomancer Focus
Critical Boost Critical Draw Artillery

Other Methods

The Greatest Jagras Event Quest

The Greatest Jagras is a limited event that lets you easily farm feystones even without completing the quest. You will be pitted against an incredibly large Great Jagras that hits very hard and has massive amounts of health. Be warned as the monster can easily take out even well-equipped hunters in one strike.

After it eats, the Great Jagras will vomit up to 30 feystones that you can pick up. They will mostly be mysterious and glowing feystones, though worn and warped ones can randomly appear. You can return to camp even without completing the objective to keep the ones you have obtained.

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  1. This is a terrible guide. You need all lvl 4 combination decorations listed with their drop rates. Also, the skill combinations for each decoration should be listed.

  2. You are missing ancient feystone on an iceborne guide. Where do these fall on the list since they drop decorations. They guide seems to have a complete lack of information on it and is only useful up until iceborne. Meaning it is not a “how to farm decorations in iceborne” it’s just for base game