(MHW) Monster Hunter World – Iceborne : The Sound Of Success (Research Request) Gold Reward Guide

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One of the optional side quests within Monster Hunter World Iceborne is the Research Requests. This requires you to take photos of different Palico moggies doing all sorts of different things, one of which is ordering a group of their own.

Each quest comes with its own requirements and there are 20 in total, some of which are locked out until you perform certain requirements. 

In order to activate this you need to firstly speak to the Lyrian Researcher in Seliana, he will tell you about the research and will also give you a Surveyor Set, which is used to take photos of the moggies doing whatever it is they do. 

Once you think you have a good enough photo you will need to return to the Researcher in order to hand it in he can be a pain at times, I now like to call him ‘Awkward Blighter’ as he has some serious issues with perfection. You will probably learn of this too if you intend to go for the Gold Rewards.
Gold Rewards however are not mandatory and you can simply pass with a mere Bronze if you so wish to. However, my guides are focused on getting that perfect shot and claiming the all mighty Gold.

NOTE:

Capture as large as possible = Means mainly just capture the moggy, not the environment. The more of the moggy you get and less of everything else the better basically.
1 Subject: Front = The moggy needs to be facing the camera.

REQUEST 10) THE SOUND OF SUCCESS


COMPLETION CONDITIONS: 
​* Capture as large as possible
* 2 Subject: Front
* Completing a performance

REWARDS:
GOLD: 
SublimeFirstWyverian Print 
SILVER: HardArmor Sphere
BRONZE: 1500 points

This one can be tricky sort of, as it has two different cinematics one of which sees them fail and the other seeing them succeed.
Now in order to get the correct one you need to watch them perform and see what happens at the end, if it is indeed the wrong one then you need to leave the area altogether and return until you see the correct one.
​Take a photo when they put their instruments down.


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