You need to first go on an expedition. Once you finish it you will receive a few guild quests. These are different from your normal quests. You have to select "Guild Quests" from your menu, then select the quest you want to do and register it. It will then be added to your guild quest list. I'll see if i have one for a Basarios and then I'll take you on that one.
That could have been reeeeeeeeelly awkward lol! But I understand. And the correct spelling of it is "whether". Weather is sun and rain. And I'm not trying to make fun of you so I apologize if it came out like that.
Oh sorry, a kinsect is that insect that goes with the insect glaive, that gathers stat boosts from the monster to power you up. It's what makes the Insect Glaive so powerful. There are also good ones and bad ones and tutorials on how to make the perfect kinsect, it's kinda like a pokémon now that I think about it.
Yes, I love using a Dung Bomb to set off a barrel bomb, i think it's so funny. But the best way is using the Insect glaive. Did you know that you can use the kinsect to set off a bomb too. When I saw that all I could think was "Wow, my kinsect just became a suicide bomber!"
Yeah, rank 7 was really rough for me too. I didn't have too much trouble with Silver Rath though. I used his armor through my last days in high rank and until I got my G rank Seregios set. I got to G rank with patience, perseverance and hard work. In short, just keep at it. I'll be there to back you up and if anyone from the channel is available then that will make it even easier. But I got really annoyed with that girl last night. She died every time to that roar and she didn't learn her lesson once. My Chameleos armor gives me High Grade Earplugs and even I still take damage from that roar. If she wasn't so reckless we might have beaten it. Also here's another trick I picked up: When you're pinned you can still throw a Dung Bomb in the monster's face and that will make him let you go immediately. Just in case I mess up like I did that one time where I threw a flash bomb by mistake because I didn't make sure I was using the correct item. Anyway good luck with the rest of your hunts. There should be a Silver Rath quest in story mode, that might be a bit easier. That's what I used to get my Silver Rath armor.
Sorry for taking a while to respond--I don't check my Cheezburger profile nearly enough, because I don't get many messages. It's difficult to say that animals--that is, all mobile multicellular organisms, from microbes to blue whales--have one specific concept of time. Even as humans, there are different ways of measuring time. There are our clocks, of course, but that's only one example. We also recognize how long it's been since a specific time, and our memories serve as a way to measure how long ago past events were relative to now and to each other. We perceive time moving forward in a linear fashion, and we predict the future to an extent. We observe our surroundings and recognize changes in our environments. All of these examples are ways that we observe time, and time as a concept itself is hard to pin down. But many of the more intelligent animals, such as mammals and birds, are able to perceive time in a similar way to us. Biologically, though, certain animals have internal clocks. Have you ever woken up at the same awkward time for several days in a row, then eventually didn't need an alarm clock? Do you get hungry around mealtimes, even when you've lost track of time or just eaten? These are examples of your own biological clock triggering survival instincts, even when they aren't always necessary at the time they occur, and other animals have similar triggers. The "internal clock" can be fooled by environmental changes, too, like only feeling sleepy when it's apparent that it's night time, regardless of what time it actually is. So I kind of avoided the question, but I hope I answered it well enough.