Monster Park Guide~
Monster Park is a new training area added in near the beginning of the Jump update! It is special because it is a party play zone, meaning you get +50% exp for each party member you have! This area has dungeons for every level, from 13 to 200! Monster Park is used a lot now because all other party play zones (Lionheart Castle, Ellin Forest, Neo City, Future Ereb) were changed to normal hunting areas.
To get to Monster Park, you must talk to the Monster Park Shuttle in each town. You can talk to it again inside to go back to where you came from.
There are three gates in Monster Park. Each one is for a different level range. You cannot enter the gates of the level ranges that are higher or lower than yours. That is to say, you will only be able to use one gate at a given level. Pressing up on a portal gives you the option of choosing which dungeon you would like to go in.
Level 13 ~ 69
- Golem Temple (Lv. 20 ~ 30)
- Kerning Square (Lv. 45 ~ 55)
- Witch’s Snowfield (Lv. 50 ~ 60)
- Tranquil Sea (Lv. 55 ~ 65)
- Temple’s Shadow (Lv. 60 ~ 70)
- Black Mountain Pass (Lv. 70 ~ 80)
- Grey’s Lair (Lv. 75 ~ 85)
- Automated Security Zone (Lv. 85 ~ 95)
- Mossy Forest (Lv. 95 ~ 105)
- Sky Forest Training Centre (Lv. 100 ~ 110)
- Forbidden Time (Lv. 110 ~ 120)
- Destroyed City (Lv. 120 ~ 130)
- Forest of Dead Trees (Lv. 125 ~ 135)
- Watch Tower (Lv. 130 ~ 140)
- Dragon’s Nest (Lv. 140 ~ 150)
- Temple of Oblivion (Lv. 150 ~ 165)
- Knight’s Fortress (Lv. 165 ~ 175)
Now, to enter one of these dungeons, every member of the party must have a ticket! That’s where Mary comes in. She lets you trade in 10 ticket pieces for 1 ticket. The ticket is used up as soon as you enter the first stage.
Each level range has a different ticket. 13 ~ 69 people use the Zebra Printed Ticket, 70 ~ 119 people use the Leopard Printed Ticket, and 120+ people use the Lion Printed Ticket.
You get ticket pieces from monsters that are within the level range of the gate you want to go to.
You can also get complete tickets from Treasure Monsters. Of course, if you’re lazy, you can buy tickets from Mary. She sells them for 50k, 100k, and 200k each. You can only buy 3 tickets per day.
I’ll talk about the other NPC later in this post.
Now that you have a ticket, you can enter the Monster Park! There are 6 stages for each dungeon, and some have many mini-bosses and a boss while others have only a boss. The monsters have high HP but high exp rewards as well! Join up with your friends to tackle them!
They also have some special drops! First off, they drop potions which give you exp for your personality traits!
Secondly, they drop equipment. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking, what’s so special about that?
Well, the equipment dropped in Monster Park always comes out unidentified!
And finally, they drop Monster Park Coins, which you can trade in to Racoo, the other NPC I showed, for prizes. Monster Park Coins are given to every party member when one person loots them, so there’s no fighting over who gets which coin!
The first item is Spiegelmann’s Badge Box, which you can open for a badge with randomized stats. There can be str, dex, int, luk, attack, magic attack, speed, jump, basically any stat. You can get a Bronze, Silver, or Gold badge. The better the quality, the higher the stats can go. They last for 7 days.
The second item is Spiegelmann’s Mustache, which is a face accessory that gives 5 attack/magic attack and 100 charisma & charm. It lasts for 5 days.
The third item is Spiegelmann’s Autograph, which is a pocket item that gives 3 to all stats and 2 attack/magic attack. It also gives 30 to all personality traits. It lasts for 7 days.
The final item is Spiegelmann’s Hot Air Balloon 7 day Pass. This gives you access to the Spiegelmann’s Hot Air Balloon Riding skill for 7 days. You can even use the balloon when flying from continent to continent instead of an airplane!
Now with all those items, how can we forget Spiegelmann himself? Each day, he will have two quests for you. One is to clear a dungeon of your level, and that gets you 5 Monster Park Coins. The other is to collect an Old Envelope from the monster inside. Hmm… intriguing. He gives you 5 coins for that as well. But what he doesn’t know is that the monsters have more than one envelope!
Open up extra envelopes and you’ll find some secrets about Spiegelmann! I guess he knows and does more than he lets on! Of course, Spiegelmann will pay you in coins to give these pictures back to him, 10 for Zakum, 20 for Horntail, and 30 for Van Leon.