An entryway transports Lt. Artemis and a first class unit of warriors to a bizarre reality where amazing beasts rule with dangerous fierceness. Confronted with steady risk, the group experiences a puzzling tracker who might be their solitary desire to discover a way home.
The survivors cover up in a cavern, where they are assaulted by a pack of arachnid like Nerscyllas. Everybody is executed aside from Artemis, who runs into the Hunter while attempting to get away. They momentarily battle before hesitantly consenting to coordinate. Artemis discovers that the entryways are made by the Sky Tower, a design situated across the desert. To arrive at the Tower, the Hunter uncovers they should execute the Diablos. Artemis figures out how to battle utilizing the Hunter’s novel bladed weapons and encourages him set a snare for the Diablos to execute it with Nerscylla toxin. The assault is fruitful, with Artemis conveying the completing blow, however the Hunter is severely injured. Conveying him on a shoddy cot, Artemis obediently conveys him across the desert.
The pair arrive at a desert spring populated with herbivorous agonizing animals called Apceros. The Hunter clarifies that the two his family and the missing warriors were really murdered by a Rathalos, a mythical beast like fire-breathing beast. At the point when the Rathalos flies by and makes the Apceros rush, Artemis and the Hunter are protected by a gathering of Hunters drove by their tribal leader called the Admiral. The Admiral clarifies that the Sky Tower was worked by the principal human progress to occupy the New World, utilizing the beasts to secure it. Artemis consents to help murder the Rathalos so she can get back.