One of the tidbits the researcher next to the capture platform in Astera comes out with is that captured monsters can be released back to the wild, with the scout flies being used to track them. What if, once released, hunters may occassionally run into a previously captured monster; The Handler could pop up and say something like "This Diablos was captured by xxx seventy days a go, the Commission would love to see how it's got on since then" thus giving you the chance to capture and gain increased rewards or research points. And, depending on the part-breaks the monster incurred during it's previous bout, it could show visual defects such as a loss of a horn; There could even be a second dialogue for monsters that have been too heavily mutilated by previous hunters such as "This Diablos looks malnourished, it obviously should not have been re-realsed as it's injuries are too severe for it to survive. Please put it out of it's misery".
To keep Investigations and Quests safe from damaged goods and a possible broken part, it would be limited to Expeditions.
It's nothing of any major signifance, but a nice little touch to add that could provide a layer of recognition for our fellow hunters. There could even be a record for the critter that has been captured and released the most, along with the names of all the hunters that
continued it's torment contributed to the record.
© Post "I reckon it’d be neat if, during an expedition, we could encounter monsters previously captured by other hunters." for game Monster Hunter World.
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