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kMS ver. 1.2.214 – Cygnus Returns: Night Walker!

1.2.214 World Selection

The final Cygnus Returns patch has been released, with the new Night Walker. This patch also includes the updated Mushroom Castle theme dungeon!

I really hoped that they would add something to make this horrible anniversary better but I guess not 😦

Most Beautiful Smiling Face

Mushroom Castle has been updated to season 2! After the Pepe King’s defeat, peace has returned to the Mushroom Kingdom. However, now Princess Violetta has become expressionless. The Mushking has declared whoever can make her laugh will marry Violeta and inherit the throne of the Mushroom Kingdom!

Maple warriors! Return to Mushroom Castle and help Violeta smile once more!

Mushroom Castle Location

Mushroom Castle is the first theme dungeon to be reopened after a large amount of areas were closed off in the You & I patch. It has a completely new story, quests, and uses a variety of animations/systems that have not been used elsewhere.

Mushroom Castle Map

Mushroom Castle is now for characters level 60 and over. You can access it through the Blue Mushroom Forest 2 map, or use the Mushking’s Invitation quest.

Chandelier Mushroom Iron Armor Mushroom Lazy Viking Tired Viking Nice Viking Relaxed Viking Serious Viking Solemn Viking Viking Squad Squid Guard Black Viking

There is even a new set of monsters, with a viking ship area expansion.

Rolls-Royce Gamma and Omega Minus Kopa Anna

The new NPCs are hilarious, Rolls-Royce, Gamma and Omega, Minus, the dreaded Kopa (King?), there’s even one based off on Anna!

This theme dungeon is so funny, I am definitely calling it the best one to date. It starts off with them trying to cheer up Violetta, they used (a parody of) the MapleStory song some dude sang on Youtube hahaha. And the Black Viking (who they mistake for the Black Mage at first) is also hilarious!

Thanks to Zelkova for the video~

She's Too Heavy for Me and Violetta's Guardian Knight

The rewards include the She’s Too Heavy for Me cape (which gives 5 speed and has 5 slots), and the Violeta’s Guardian Knight medal which gives 2 all stats and 300 HP and MP.

Mushroom Castle Season 2

Until May 28, there’s an event where you can get 150 11th Anniversary Coins if you complete the new Mushroom Castle quests (once per Maple ID).

Strong Throwing Skills

The last of the Cygnus Knights has finally been revamped, the new Night Walker is now available! With powerful new throwing skills, they are a force to be reckoned with.

Shadow Bats Effect

With their new skill Shadow Bats, attacking quickly will allow your Bats to hit a large amount of enemies!

Night Walker Character Card

Night Walker’s character card gives 2/3/4/5% avoid.

Night Walker Skills

Beginner

Elemental Slash Effect

  • Elemental Slash Elemental Slash: Strike up to 3 enemies in front of you with a slash of unrefined elemental power dealing 130% damage.

Journey Home Effect

  • Journey Home Journey Home: Borrow Shinsoo’s aura to return to the side of the Empress. There is a cooldown of 30 minutes.
  • Elemental Harmony Elemental Harmony: Learn the harmony between the elements and increase your affinity for them, increasing your LUK by 1 for every 2 character levels.
  • Elemental Expert Elemental Expert: Your mastery over the elements decreases all your attacking skills’ elemental properties by 50%.
    • This skill is unlocked after your fourth job advancement.

Elemental Shift Effect

  • Elemental Shift Elemental Shift: Jump once again while in the air by pressing the jump key with an arrow key.
  • Cygnus Bless Cygnus Blessing: The awakened Empress’ blessing protects you from enemies’ attacks, increasing your resistance to states and elements. If other Cygnus jobs exist within your account, you can stack this Link Skill up to 5 times. If linked, this skill’s effects will be reduced. (Link Skill)
    • Level 1: 5% resistance (2% if linked).
    • Level 2: 10% resistance (5% if linked).

First Job

Lucky Seven Effect

  • Lucky Seven Lucky Seven: Throw two stars at an enemy in front of you for luck. This skill’s damage is based on yourLUK, regardless of mastery. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: 114% damage 2 times.
    • Level 20: 190% damage 2 times.

Rapid Evasion Effect

  • Rapid Evasion Rapid Evasion: Quickly move backwards. This skill can be used while using skills that throw stars. (max level: 1)
    • Note: this skill does not require SP.
  • Level 1: Move backwards.

Shadow Jump Effect

  • Shadow Jump Shadow Jump: While in the air, you can jump again. This skill can be used while using skills that throw stars. (max level: 1)
    • Level 1: Jump.

Element Darkness Effect Element Darkness Effect (1) Element Darkness Effect (2)

  • Element Darkness Element: Darkness: Summon the Darkness element, giving your attacks the ability to carve the Mark of Darkness onto your enemies. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 20% chance to inflict a Mark, maximum of 2 Marks on an enemy, enemies take 53% damage per second per stack, ignore 1% of an enemy’s defenses per stack, Marks last 5 seconds per stack. Duration of 45 seconds.
    • Level 10: 20% chance to inflict a Mark, maximum of 2 Marks on an enemy, enemies take 80% damage per second per stack, ignore 4% of an enemy’s defenses per stack, Marks last 5 seconds per stack. Duration of 180 seconds.

Shadow Bats Effect

  • Shadow Bat Shadow Bats: Summon your servants from the shadows, Shadow Bats. When attacking, there is a chance they will attack with you. (required skill: 1 Element: Darkness) (max level: 20)
    •  Note: this skill does not require SP.
  • Level 1: Every 3 skills, summon 1 Shadow Bat for 60 seconds (maximum of 2 at one time). When attacking, there is a 35% chance for a Shadow Bat to attack the target, dealing 105% damage. The Shadow Bat will bounce to 3 other enemies. Heal 1% of their damage as HP.
  • Level 20:  Every 3 skills, summon 1 Shadow Bat for 60 seconds (maximum of 2 at one time). When attacking, there is a 35% chance for a Shadow Bat to attack the target, dealing 200% damage. The Shadow Bat will bounce to 3 other enemies. Heal 5% of their damage as HP.

Haste Effect

  • Haste Haste: Temporarily increase speed and jump for all party members. Increases maximum speed permanently. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 4 speed and 2 jump, 45 second duration. Passively increases max speed by 2, avoid by 6%.
    • Level 10: 40 speed and 20 jump, 180 second duration. Passively increases max speed by 20, avoid by 15%.

Dark Sight Effect

  • Dark Sight Dark Sight:  Hide in the shadows. With Dark Sight active, you can neither attack nor be attacked. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: 40 second duration.
    • Level 5: 200 second duration.

Second Job

Triple Throw Effect (1) Triple Throw Effect (2)

  • Triple Throw Triple Throw: Throw three consecutive stars. Using the power of darkness, the last attack ‘s damage will be increased. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: 164% damage 2 times, 255% damage 1 time.
    • Level 20: 240% damage 2 times, 350% damage 1 time.
  • Darkness Adapting Darkness Adapting: By accepting more of the power of darkness, your Marks of Darkness are enhanced. (required skill: 10 Element: Darkness) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 1% increased chance to create a Mark of Darkness, maximum stacks increased by 1, damage per stack increased by 4%, defense ignore per stack increased by 1%.
    • Level 10: 5% increased chance to create a Mark of Darkness, maximum stacks increased by 1, damage per stack increased by 40%, defense ignore per stack increased by 1%.
  • Bat Communion Bat Communion: By deepening your connection, your Shadow Bats are enhanced. (required skill: 10 Shadow Bats) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Shadow Bats’ chance to attack increased by 1%, maximum summon limit increased by 1, damage increased by 44%, bounce targets increased by 1, HP healing increased by 1%.
    • Level 20: Shadow Bats’ chance to attack increased by 5%, maximum summon limit increased by 1, damage increased by 120%, bounce targets increased by 2, HP healing increased by 5%.

Throwing Booster Effect

  • Throwing Booster Throwing Booster: Increase your attacking speed by 2 stages for a certain period of time. (required skill: 5 Throwing Mastery) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: duration of 45 seconds.
    • Level 10: duration of 180 seconds.
  • Critical Throw Critical Throw: Your critical chance and minimum critical damage are increased. (required skill: 3 Throwing Mastery) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: 5% critical chance, 1% minimum critical damage.
    • Level 20: 35% critical chance, 15% minimum critical damage.
  • Throwing Mastery Throwing Mastery: Your mastery over the claw, accuracy and damage are increased. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 14% mastery, 12 accuracy, star limit increased by 20, 2% damage.
    • Level 10: 50% mastery, 120 accuracy, star limit increased by 200, 20% damage.
  • Physical Training Physical Training: Through physical training, permanently increase yourLUK. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: 6 LUK.
    • Level 5: 60 LUK.

Third Job

Quadruple Throw Effect (1) Quadruple Throw Effect (2)

  • Quadruple Throw Quadruple Throw: Throw four consecutive stars. Using the power of darkness, the last attack ‘s damage will be increased. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: 224% damage 3 times, 305% damage 1 time.
    • Level 20: 300% damage 3 times, 400% damage 1 time.

Stardust Effect

  • Stardust Stardust: Using the power of darkness, throw an enhanced star. At the end of the star’s range, it will explode and deal extra damage to all enemies in range. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: 457% damage on up to 6 enemies, 557% damage on up to 6 enemies after exploding.
    • Level 20: 590% damage on up to 6 enemies, 690% damage on up to 6 enemies after exploding.

Shadow Servant Effect

  • Shadow Servant Shadow Servant: For a certain period of time, summon a shadow which copies your actions after a short delay. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: servant will do 22% of your damage, duration of 47 seconds.
    • Level 20: servant will do 60% of your damage, duration of 180 seconds.

Spirit Throwing Effect

  • Spirit Throwing Spirit Throwing: Unleashing the spirit of the star, you will be able to throw as many stars as you want without consuming any in your inventory for a short amount of time. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: consume 199 stars, duration of 90 seconds.
    • Level 10: consume 100 stars, duration of 180 seconds.
  • Radical Darkness Radical Darkness: Cover yourself with darkness, increasing max HP, status resistance, and elemental resistance permanently. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 2% HP, 3% resistance to statuses and elements.
    • Level 10: 20% HP, 30% resistance to statuses and elements.
  • Adrenaline Adrenaline: Increases the effect of recovery items like potions. Percentage-based recovery items like Elixirs are not affected. In addition, your maximum and minimum critical damage are increased. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: recovery item healing increased by 116%. Passively increases maximum and minimum critical damage by 1%.
    • Level 10: recovery item healing increased by 170%. Passively increases maximum and minimum critical damage by 10%.
  • Darkness Adapting II Darkness Adapting II: By accepting more of the power of darkness, your Marks of Darkness are enhanced. (required skill: 10 Darkness Adapting) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 1% increased chance to create a Mark of Darkness, maximum stacks increased by 1, damage per stack increased by 5%, defense ignore per stack increased by 1%.
    • Level 10: 5% increased chance to create a Mark of Darkness, maximum stacks increased by 1, damage per stack increased by 50%, defense ignore per stack increased by 1%.
  • Bat Communion II Bat Communion II: By deepening your connection, your Shadow Bats are enhanced. (required skill: 10 Bat Communion) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Shadow Bats’ maximum summon limit increased by 1, damage increased by 55%, bounce targets increased by 1, HP healing increased by 1%.
    • Level 20: Shadow Bats’ maximum summon limit increased by 1, damage increased by 150%, bounce targets increased by 1, HP healing increased by 2%.

Darkness Ascension Effect

  • Darkness Ascension Darkness Ascension: If your HP reaches 0, instead of dying, you will absorb darkness and be resurrected after a short period of time. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: When you reach 0 HP, heal 5% of your HP over 3 seconds. For each Shadow Bat summoned, heal an additional 5% HP. 2 seconds of invincibility afterwards. Cooldown of 3240 seconds.
    • Level 5: When you reach 0 HP, heal 50% of your HP over 3 seconds. For each Shadow Bat summoned, heal an additional 10% HP. 2 seconds of invincibility afterwards. Cooldown of 1800 seconds.

Fourth Job

Cygnus Knights Effect

  • Cygnus Knights Cygnus Knights: Receive the blessing of the awakened Empress, increasing the stats of all party members. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 1% all stats for 30 seconds.
    • Level 30: 15% all stats for 900 seconds.

Quintuple Throw Effect (1) Quintuple Throw Effect (2)

  • Quintuple Throw Quintuple Throw: Throw five consecutive stars. Using the power of darkness, the last attack ‘s damage will be increased. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 302% damage 4 times, 402% damage 1 time.
    • Level 30: 360% damage 4 times, 460% damage 1 time.

Darkness Omen Effect

  • Darkness Omen Darkness Omen: A sign of darkness summons a flock of Shadow Bats to attack enemies. Shadow Bats will also be summoned in proportion to the number of enemies. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 355% damage on up to 6 enemies every 0.3 seconds for 3 seconds. For every 3 monsters hit, 1 Shadow Bat is summoned. Cooldown of 20 seconds.
    • Level 30: 500% damage on up to 6 enemies every 0.3 seconds for 3 seconds. For every 3 monsters hit, 1 Shadow Bat is summoned. Cooldown of 20 seconds.

Shadow Stitch Effect

  • Shadow Stitch Shadow Stitch: Bind an enemy’s shadow to the ground, restricting their movements for a short period of time. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: While the skill key is held down (up to a maximum of 15 seconds), gain 100% stance while the skill’s range increases. After being released, deal 445% damage on up to 15 enemies, binding them for 6 seconds. For each enemy hit, the cooldown is reduced by 1 second. Cooldown of 192 seconds.
    • Level 10: While the skill key is held down (up to a maximum of 15 seconds), gain 100% stance while the skill’s range increases. After being released, deal  850% damage on up to 15 enemies, binding them for 10 seconds. For each enemy hit, the cooldown is reduced by 1 second. Cooldown of 120 seconds.
  • Darkness Blessing Darkness Blessing: The blessings of darkness increase your stats. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 1 attack, 1% defense ignore.
    • Level 30: 30 attack, 15% defense ignore.
  • Darkness Adapting III Darkness Adapting III: By accepting more of the power of darkness, your Marks of Darkness are enhanced. (required skill: 10 Darkness Adapting II) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 1% increased chance to create a Mark of Darkness, maximum stacks increased by 1, damage per stack increased by 5%, defense ignore per stack increased by 1%.
    • Level 10: 5% increased chance to create a Mark of Darkness, maximum stacks increased by 1, damage per stack increased by 50%, defense ignore per stack increased by 1%.
  • Bat Communion III Bat Communion III: By deepening your connection, your Shadow Bats are enhanced. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Shadow Bats’ chance to attack increased by 1%, maximum summon limit increased by 1, damage increased by 54%, bounce targets increased by 1, HP healing increased by 1%.
    • Level 30: Shadow Bats’ chance to attack increased by 5%, maximum summon limit increased by 1, damage increased by 170%, bounce targets increased by 2, HP healing increased by 3%.
  • Throwing Expert Throwing Expert: Permanently increase your mastery over claws, attack, and maximum critical damage. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 56% mastery, 1 attack, 1% maximum critical damage.
    • Level 30: 70% mastery, 30 attack, 15% maximum critical damage.
  • Siphon Vitality Siphon Vitality: Absorb health from enemies who have a Mark of Darkness. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Increase your maximum HP by 220 for up to 5 seconds for each enemy with Marks of Darkness, up to a maximum of 5. The duration will reset if the Mark is reapplied.
    • Level 10: Increase your maximum HP by 400 HP for up to 5 seconds for each enemy with Marks of Darkness, up to a maximum of 10. The duration will reset if the Mark is reapplied.
  • Shadow Assimilation Shadow Assimilation: There is a chance to assimilate into the shadows and avoid enemy attacks and decrease damage taken. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 11% chance to avoid attacks, 1% damage absorbed.
    • Level 30: 40% chance to avoid attacks, 10% damage absorbed.

Hyper

  • Quintuple Throw - Reinforce Quintuple Throw – Reinforce: Quintuple Throw’s damage is increased by 20%. [required level: 143]
  • Quintuple Throw - Boss Killer Quintuple Throw – Boss Killer: Quintuple Throw’s damage to bosses is increased by 20%. [required level: 162]
  • Quintuple Throw - Critical Rate Quintuple Throw – Critical Rate: Quintuple Throw’s critical chance is increased by 20%. [required level: 183]
  • Darkness Omen - Cooltime Reduce Darkness Omen – Cooltime Reduce: Darkness Omen’s cooldown is decreased by 50%. [required level: 149]
  • Darkness Omen - Extra Target Darkness Omen – Extra Target: Darkness Omen’s number of monsters hit is increased by 9. [required level: 168]
  • Darkness Omen - Reinforce Darkness Omen – Reinforce: Darkness Omen’s damage is increased by 20%. [required level: 189]
  • Siphon Vitality - Extra Point Siphon Vitality – Extra Point: Siphon Vitality’s healing per stack is increased by 300 HP. [required level: 155]
  • Siphon Vitality - Iron Skin Siphon Vitality – Iron Skin: Siphon Vitality’s defense per stack is increased by 100. [required level: 177]
  • Siphon Vitality - Imbue Body Siphon Vitality – Imbue Body: Siphon Vitality’s resistance to statuses and elements per stack is increased by 2%. [required level: 190]

Shadow Illusion Effect (1) Shadow Illusion Effect (2) Shadow Illusion Effect (3)

  • Shadow Illusion Shadow Illusion: For a short period of time, summon 3 shadows which copy your actions after a short delay. Their attacks do not activate Damage Reflect but can activate Marks of Darkness or Shadow Bats. [required level: 150]
    • Level 1: Shadows will do 60%, 40%, and 20% of your damage respectively. Duration of 30 seconds, cooldown of 300 seconds.

Dominion Effect

 

  • Dominion Dominion: Maximize the power of darkness, creating a supernatural area. [required level: 170]
    • Level 1: 1000% damage 10 times on up to 15 enemies. You will become invincible while attacking. Your attacks for the next 30 seconds will instantly create the max number of Mark of Darkness stacks, your chance to summon Shadow Bats and your critical rate will become 100%, and your damage is increased by 20%. Cooldown of 300 seconds.

Glory of Guardians Effect

  • Glory of Guardians Glory of Guardians: The knights who swore to protect Empress Cygnus undergo a sense of honor, increasing their damage and maximum damage. This effect only applies to Knights of Cygnus in the party. [required level: 200]
    • Level 1: 10% damage and 5,000,000 maximum damage for 60 seconds. Cooldown of 120 seconds.

Thanks to Locked of Southperry for the skill animations!

11th Anniversary Bonus Developer's Helping Hand

The 11th Anniversary Bonus: Developer’s Helping Hand event has begun and will run until May 28. It’s basically an attempt to fix the crappy anniversary but it’s still bad…

11th Anniversary Armor

11th Anniversary armor can now be bought in the coin shop. Before you could only get it by chance from the 11th Anniversary Festival.

Monsters will also now drop the 11th Anniversary Armor Box which will give you one of the five equipment.

11th Anniversary Coins

In terms of coins, 11th Anniversary Celebration Boxes now give 2 Coins instead of 1 (but there is a daily limit of 50, increased from 40). You now only have to trade in 100 Maple Leaves for 1 coin instead of 200, which was a dumb thing to do in the first place…

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  1. Anonymous
    May 15, 2014 at 12:23 am

    nice post max 😀

  2. Anonymous
    May 15, 2014 at 12:27 am

    FIRST

  3. May 15, 2014 at 12:52 am

    nightwalker better than nightlord???

    • dogownerjr
      May 15, 2014 at 7:17 pm

      Well, considering that NW has quintuple throw while NL only has quadruple throw, I would say that it is stronger. Also, NW has the level 150 hyper skill that gives it 3 shadow clones which probably adds a decent amount of damage too (eventhough it only lasts 30 seconds).

      • Anonymous
        May 17, 2014 at 6:30 pm

        Now only 1 update til this year’s Tier One (Summer) update! But the fact that they haven’t even HINTED at it, its name, or its primary theme worries me. Usually, it’ll be an inkwell’s diary. Therefore, I am fairly certain that they are not ready to implement Fifth Job, or even open it for testing. If DEVELOPING it takes well over a year, then it’ll need to be in KMST for a while. Come on, man! I want to see my main man, Evan’s new skills! And my OTHER main man, zero!

        I CAN’T WAIT TIL WINTER TO SEE 5TH JOB’S SKILL’S, I CAN BARELY STAND THE THOUGHT OF WAITING TIL THEN TO actually PLAY THEM, OR UNTIL NEXT MONTH TO SEE THEM!

        I cannot die happy until I see them! They’ve had a YEAR, and we don’t even have a TENTATIVE expected release! If they don’t want to seal the game’s fate, they need to 1. Finish 5th job ASAP, and 2. It NEEDS to be even MORE OP’d then their 4th jobs than 4th job made classes compared to their 3rd jobs. Which is CRUCIAL to reduce the p2w aspect to levels that DON’T make nexon seem like it is stupider than anyone coud have imagined! WHO IN THEIR RIGHT MIND WOULD THINK THAT THE CONSUMERS WOULD actually LIKE HAVING THE DAMAGE CAP RAISED TO 50M WHEN THEY ARE SCALING EXISTING CONTENT TO ACCOMMADATE THE CAP INSTEAD OF RELEASING NEW BOSSSES THAT DEFY OUR FORMER IMAGINING OF POWER! The fudge, KMS?! Why would we WANT to have to pay ludicrous amounts of $$ JUST to kill bosses which we could potentially have done with MINIMAL funding before? WHY would ANYONE want to have to SUDDENLY put in 10x the time, energy, and MONEY they have already had to beat a boss who we had until recenly had enough power to kill it with EASE? come on, how is “more” damage something players would WANT? The cap changes NOTHING gameplay wise, since the bosses scaled WITH it! We don’t want to be able to be capable of 50x power? I mean, scaling it COULD work, if rewards had been enhanced (kinda were, but only in KMS), and if they had added a new F2P system, that took a bit of work, but could EASILY compensate for that power curve.

  4. Anonymous
    May 15, 2014 at 12:56 am

    Nexon has been really failing to deliver since Maple Story 2 entered development. How do they expect us to believe that they will be able to upkeep Maple Story after 2 comes out.

    • Pit
      May 15, 2014 at 1:48 am

      Different divisions working for each game.

    • Me Likey Likey
      May 15, 2014 at 5:00 am

      wait.. they were delivering before?

    • Anon
      May 15, 2014 at 6:50 pm

      MS2 is being developed by a different team at a different office. The lack of updates probably mean they are working on a major summer update. RED and You & I was absolutely awesome and listened greatly to feedback, so probably now something even bigger is coming.

  5. Anonymous
    May 15, 2014 at 1:21 am

    Why do they do their best to improve Cygnus class? They should revamp original Explorers, the main essence of the game… 😦

    • Hobking
      October 8, 2014 at 1:53 pm

      ever heard of the RED patch, -.-

  6. Anonymus
    May 15, 2014 at 1:23 am

    Why do they do their best to improve Cygnus class…? They should revamp and make a lot better the original Explorers, the essence of the game 😦
    Damn I miss old MapleStory, oh good times

    • Anonymous
      May 15, 2014 at 2:06 am

      Damn right…hopefully explorers get specialized with 5th job, especially nightlords… nexon made nws completely outshine nls.

      • Alex
        May 15, 2014 at 2:52 am

        We just got an enormous explorer revamp a few months ago with RED. We really don’t need another one.

    • Anonymous
      May 22, 2014 at 1:40 pm

      RED came out. Is that not enough or are you not even playing the game?

    • Anonymous
      July 15, 2014 at 2:38 am

      you stupid or something? Explorer just got revamped in RED..

      • Anonymous
        September 8, 2015 at 6:51 am

        Yeah. TOTALLY revamped.
        *cough* sarcasm
        Well they only just got a few new skills and removed a few old ones…
        Plus, I still don’t like explorers.
        I think it is good that they revamp Cygnus.
        The restriction of Lv.120 was kinda bad.
        But if you think about it this way, the new NW isn’t half as good as NL for mobbing.

  7. Pit
    May 15, 2014 at 1:49 am

    Wow your events are not that good huh. Our events aren’t that great but they have done some great changes to other stuff. it’s easy to get coins and the solar system chairs are pretty cool

  8. Anonymous
    May 15, 2014 at 2:19 am

    For Element: Darkness, the duration for max level should be 180 seconds.

    • Anonymous
      May 15, 2014 at 5:06 am

      Level 1 Dark Sight should be 40 seconds.

  9. MonkeysUncle
    May 15, 2014 at 2:57 am

    Nightwalkers got nerfed compared to KMST… WTF

    • Rdm dude
      May 20, 2014 at 10:12 am

      The % as far as I see are higher.(except lucky 7)
      Buff duration r shorter and cd r longer though.

  10. Anonymous
    May 15, 2014 at 9:11 am

    You think you have bad anniversary events? HAH! You should see EMS’s anniversary, I’d be happy if it was HALF as good as yours.

  11. May 15, 2014 at 9:57 am

    someone on mapletalks.com copied your post

  12. brian chong
    May 15, 2014 at 9:58 am

    someone on mapletalks.com copied your post !!

  13. PixelC4t
    May 15, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    A lot of people were disappointed with the Night Walker revamp but it doesn’t look half bad in my opinion.

  14. Anonymous
    May 15, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    When the Night walker comes everyone will be playing it… it’s not that bad.

  15. zBombed
    May 15, 2014 at 10:03 pm

    Night Walker revamp has done good.

  16. asdf
    May 15, 2014 at 10:42 pm

    did they take out 100% stance from the dominion buff?

  17. Anon
    May 16, 2014 at 12:01 am

    night walker looks bad. nexon nerfs everything.

    r.i.p. mechanic/demon slayer/ xenon/ *insert every other new class here*

  18. Anonymous
    May 16, 2014 at 10:40 pm

    just looking forward to eunwol

  19. Anonymous
    May 17, 2014 at 9:57 am

    The night walker skills look like they’re intended to waste a lot of shuricans. I Pity prople eho try to play them without starting at 120….
    -_-

  20. Hob
    May 19, 2014 at 1:19 pm

    ugh and i just made a nightlord recently -.- whhat a waste </3

  21. Anonymous
    May 25, 2014 at 12:25 pm

    so night walkers don’t have a 4th job mob skill with no cd?

    • Anonymous
      May 25, 2014 at 12:29 pm

      actually stardust is the only mob skill they have

  22. May 28, 2014 at 9:24 am

    I have to say, i hate Night Lords…but this looks so cool! I will definitely be giving this a go! That hyper too….

  23. Anonymous
    June 7, 2014 at 9:23 pm

    Lol, 1 mobbing skills for their whole life pretty much?

    Have fun training this guy

  24. Anonymous
    June 22, 2014 at 9:15 pm

    Can Night Walker max all their skills except Triple Throw and Quad Throw where they leave it at level 19? And does Shadow Jump already have an SP into it after advancing to 1st job Night Walker?

    • Anonymous
      July 24, 2014 at 9:56 am

      shadow jump does not have 1 sp in it when you reach first night lord because when you make a KOC you already have a sort of flash jump

      • Anonymous
        July 24, 2014 at 9:58 am

        i dont mean night lord i mean night walker. sorry i always say night lord when i mean night walker because i got a lvl208 night lord and i still prefer them over the night walker

      • Anonymous
        July 24, 2014 at 9:59 am

        i mean a night walker not a night lord. always say night lord when i mean a night walker because i got a lvl208 night lord and i still prefer night lord over a night walker

    • Anonymous
      July 24, 2014 at 10:00 am

      i mean night walker nog night lord. I always say night lord when i mean night walker because i have a lvl208 night lord and i still prefer a night lord over a night walker but thats in my opinion

    • Anonymous
      July 24, 2014 at 10:01 am

      i mean night walker. But night lord boven alles

  25. Anonymous
    August 7, 2014 at 11:41 pm

    Helloo, I’ve been wondering if the Shadow Jump skill allows you to throw stars faster while using just the regular default jump. I was looking at the southperry extractions and I saw that Shadow Jump has avaliableInJumpingState = 1 on its info type or whatever.
    Then I saw that both Shadow Jump and Rapid Evasion both have casterMove = 1 and I assume it allows you to throw stars during the actual animation.

    Now my real question is, for Shadow Jump, does avaliableInJumpingState = 1 mean the regular jump? I don’t have an account for southperry, so I can’t ask.

  26. MH
    August 24, 2014 at 1:13 am

    when did NW coming out on UMS!

    • Hobking
      October 8, 2014 at 1:53 pm

      Never, get out of here

  1. September 12, 2014 at 7:57 pm

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