The expansion Iceborne of Monster Hunter World introduced the Grade Teacher, a new progression system designed for the endgame. In this mini-guide we will explain how it works, giving you some advice to level it up quickly.
Increasing Master Degree will help you progress in the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne endgame. Let’s see everything there is to know to do it.
How it works and what the Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Degree is for
The Grado Maestro is a new levelling system designed for the endgame of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. To unlock it, all you have to do is complete the introductory mission of the expansion, and finally reach Seliana’s new city hub. From this moment on, you will be able to level up in the new Master Degree.
The Master Degree and the Hunter Rank are completely separate and work independently. Completing the basic Monster Hunter World game activities will progress you into the Hunter Grade, while Iceborne missions will allow you to increase your Master Degree.
What is the Grado Maestro for? Its value will determine which missions you will be able to perform in Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. The higher it is, the more you are ready to take on the most demanding tasks of the new expansion. As it is easy to understand, therefore, increasing the Master Degree will be of fundamental importance to progress in the Iceborne endgame. Let’s see how.
How to quickly increase the Master Degree
To increase in level in the Master Degree you will have to complete the Iceborne activities, only and exclusively within the expansion. This means that it will not be possible to increase the Master Degree by playing in the portion of Iceborne included in the base game.
What are the activities that allow you to level up quickly in Iceborne? To begin with, we advise you to concentrate on investigative missions, since they will reward you with more points for Master Degree than for other missions.
Another method is to hunt the Elderly Dragons, who in addition to providing excellent rewards will reward you with many points for the Master Degree, without the other fearsome bosses who populate the game world like Nargacuga. If you want to stock up on experience, the fearsome Shara Ishvalda will be the monster to give the most points once defeated: do not hesitate to do so when you have the chance.
Finally, during the exploratory phases, always keep an eye on the map, taking part in the event missions marked by the bonus for the Master Degree, which will reward you with additional extra points.