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kMSt ver. 1.2.016 – Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo!

Another test server patch has been released, this time bringing the renewed Mu Lung Dojo! There were no changes to Kinesis and his story line has not yet been added. Kinesis will be released to the official servers on July 23!

Also, for those of you interested in MapleStory 2 information, I should have a fully translated skill list up by this weekend!

Mu Lung Dojo

The existing Mu Lung Dojo has been reorganized into Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo. It is now new ranking content available to players level 105 and higher. The biggest change was that within the single Ranking Mode, there are now 3 different tiers: Novice, Skilled, and Master, each with their own rankings. Based on the user’s ranking in both the group and job rankings, they’ll receive points which can be spent at Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo’s special shop.

Users can challenge Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo to test their strength and as a result, have the opportunity to become stronger.

Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo’s Basic Rules

Mu Lung Dojo Ranking Groups

  • Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo is available starting at level 105. You can enter the same way as right now, through Mu Lung or each town’s Quick Move or Dimensional Mirror.
  • The existing Mu Lung Dojo’s Normal/Hard/Ranking Modes have been deleted. Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo has one new Ranking Mode.
  • Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo can be entered 3 times per day.
  • Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo consists of a total of 41 floors, after defeating every monster on each floor you can move to the next. In addition, after defeating every monster, you’ll receive points which can be used in the Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo shop.
  • The rankings are split into three groups: Novice, Skilled, and Master. The Master group has both ‘overall rankings’ and ‘job rankings’.
  • Every Monday at midnight, the rankings are reset. Based on the rankings, users will be given gloves and titles. You can also buy these gloves/titles in the shop using points.

Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo’s Structure

  • Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo is a high tower consisting of 41 floors. Each floor has the following monsters. Monsters may appear alone or several at once (if there are more than one), and they may summon other minions.
    1. Mano
    2. Mushmom
    3. Stumpy
    4. Blue Mushmom
    5. Zombie Mushmom
    6. King Slime
    7. Dyle
    8. King Clang
    9. Faust
    10. Hilla
    11. Metal Golem
    12. Eliza
    13. Junior Balrog
    14. Gumiho
    15. Deo
    16. Zeno
    17. Timer
    18. Snack Bar
    19. Tae Roon
    20. Von Leon
    21. Papa Pixie, Luster Pixie
    22. Alishar, Black Rats
    23. Davy Jones, Captain
    24. Deet and Roy, Neohuroid
    25. Frankenroid, Mythril Mutae
    26. Chimera, Homunscullo
    27. Poison Golem, Mixed Golem
    28. King Sage Cat, Sage Cat
    29. Crimson Balrog, Taurospear
    30. Arkarium
    31. Manon (x2)
    32. Griffey (x2)
    33. Snowman (x2)
    34. Papulatus (x2)
    35. Ani (x2)
    36. Leviathan (x2)
    37. Dodo (x3)
    38. Lilynouch (x3)
    39. Lyka (x3)
    40. Magnus
    41. Mu Gong
  • You’ll receive 10 points for every floor that you clear, and an extra 100 points when you clear the 10th/20th/30th/40th floors.

Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo Rankings

Mu Lung Dojo Rankings (Overall)Mu Lung Dojo Rankings (Job)

  • Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo’s rankings are split into three groups: Novice, Skilled, and Master. The Master group has both ‘overall rankings’ and ‘job rankings’.
    • Novice: Lv. 105 – Lv. 140
    • Skilled: Lv. 141 – Lv. 180
    • Master: Lv. 181+
  • After playing, your highest record of the week will be recorded on the rankings. Your ranking is comprised of the total time spent and the highest cleared floor. The higher the floor, the higher your ranking. If you have the same floor as someone else, the user with the lower time spent will be higher on the rankings. If you have the same time and floor as someone else, the user who registered the time first will be higher.
  • In order to tally the results, Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo will be closed from 11:30 PM on Sunday to 12:30 AM on Monday. During this time, you cannot check the rankings or receive any rewards.
  • Based on your ranking and group, you can receive the following prizes.
    • Master Overall Ranking 1: Hero’s Gloves, 10 Years with Naegong title
    • Master Job Ranking 1: Mu Gong’s Gloves, 5 Years with Naegong title
    • Master Job Ranking 1, 2: So Gong’s Gloves
    • Skilled Ranking 1: So Gong’s Gloves, 2 Years with Naegong title
    • Skilled Ranking 2, 3: Expert’s Gloves
    • Novice Ranking 1: Expert’s Gloves, 1 Year with Naegong title
    • Novice Ranking 2, 3: Apprentice’s Gloves
  • Based on your group and ranking percentage, you’ll also receive Mu Lung Dojo points. You can hold a maximum of 10 million points at one time.
    • Novice group: 3000~8000 points
    • Skilled group: 6000~11000 points
    • Master group: 8000~18000 points

Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo Rewards

Mu Lung Dojo Points Shop

  • Based on your ranking at the end of every week, you’ll be awarded gloves, titles, and Mu Lung Dojo points.
  • Enter the Dragon: Mu lung Dojo’s ranking rewards can be acquired after 12:30AM on Mondays through the Ranking UI.
  • You can spend Mu Lung Dojo points at the shop handled by NPC Lao.

Mu Lung Dojo Miniature Chair

  • Mu Lung Dojo Miniature Chair

With Straw Training Dummy Chair

  • With Straw Training Dummy Chair

Mu Lung Dojo Damage Skin

  • Mu Lung Dojo Damage Skin

So Gong's Gloves

  • So Gong’s Gloves (20 all stats, 10 attack and magic attack, 12% damage, 12% all stats, 15% boss damage)

Expert's Gloves

  • Expert’s Gloves (15 all stats, 5 attack and magic attack, 9% damage, 9% all stats, 10% boss damage)

Apprentice's Gloves

  • Apprentice’s Gloves (10 all stats, 2 attack and magic attack, 6% damage, 6% all stats, 5% boss damage)

Mu Lung Dojo Unidentified Belt Box

  • Mu Lung Dojo Unidentified Belt Box (gives a random potential options belt that expires in 3~7 days)

Mu Lung Dojo Unidentified Glove Box

  • Mu Lung Dojo Unidentified Gloves Box (gives random potential options gloves that expires in 3~7 days)

Unidentified Personality Growth Box

  • Unidentified Personality Growth Box (gives a random advanced personality trait item)
  • Special Medal of Honor

Mu Gong's Honor Guarantee

  • Mu Gong’s Honor Guarantee (see below)
  • Pendant of the Spirit

Mind and Body Training Center Charm

  • Mind and Body Training Center Entrance Charm (30 minutes, 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours) (see below)

Training Dummy Summoning Sack

  • Training Dummy Summoning Sack (see below)
  • 50% Epic Potential Scroll
  • 50% Additional Potential Scroll
  • Basic Soul Enchanter
  • Strong Flame of Reincarnation
  • Scroll Traces

Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo Mind and Body Training Center

Mind and Body Training Center

  • You can talk to the NPC So Gong at Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo to enter the Mind and Body Training Center.
  • To enter the Mind and Body Training Center, you need a Mind and Body Training Center Charm which you can buy in the Mu Lung Dojo points shop.
  • After entering the Mind and Body Training Center, you will automatically gain experience over time based on your character’s level.
  • You can only be inside the Mind and Body Training Center for as long as your Charm lasts, and you will automatically be sent out if it runs out.
  • You can leave the Training Center early but any remaining time on your Charm will not be refunded.

Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo Mu Gong’s Honor Guarantee

Mu Gong's Honor Guarantee

  • After using Mu Gong’s Honor Guarantee, your character’s Honor will be reduced by 10,000. You will then receive a Guaranteed Medal of Honor which increases Honor by 10,000.
  • The Guaranteed Medal of Honor can be traded with other users.

Enter the Dragon: Mu Lung Dojo Training Dummy Summoning Sack

Training Dummy Summoning Sack

  • The Training Dummy Summoning Sack will summon a Training Dummy which can be attacked when it is used.
  • There are 6 types of Training Dummies which can be summoned:
    • 100% Oak: high defense/half resistances
    • 75% Oak: normal defense/half resistances
    • 25% Oak: low defense/half resistances
    • 100% Straw: high defense/no resistances
    • 75% Straw: normal defense/no resistances
    • 25% Straw: low defense/no resistances
  • The Training Dummy can only be summoned in towns, and if one is already summoned you cannot summon another.
  • The Training Dummy will not disappear after it takes damage. However, after 15 minutes, it will disappear.
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  1. Ohne
    July 17, 2015 at 1:38 am

    Firrssst !!!!

    • Not Me
      July 17, 2015 at 5:19 am

      Cheated to 2nd

    • EMAN
      July 17, 2015 at 12:13 pm

      Mu Lung Dojo got so many updates over the years…

  2. Me
    July 17, 2015 at 2:01 am

    2nd

  3. July 17, 2015 at 2:09 am

    lt didn’t look like they changed a lot in dojo unless l’m mistaken, lt still kind of is a mindless race to the end.
    l’m really digging the new prizes though.

  4. July 17, 2015 at 3:29 am

    Von Leon….Arkarium….Mangnus….Oh dear lord…..
    But I like that exp room and this does sound more rewarding as a boss tower.
    Thanks for the updates

  5. Samest
    July 17, 2015 at 3:49 am

    Well Max, you’ll need those two chairs for your collection when it comes out in the kms patch!

    • Max
      July 17, 2015 at 2:02 pm

      So many points though ;~;

  6. Anonymous
    July 17, 2015 at 5:14 am

    There’s a Commander every 10 levels. Hilla, Von Leon, Arkarium and Magnus.

  7. Anonymous
    July 17, 2015 at 10:28 am

    I really hope they ninja in a kmst patch for kinesis b/c as he is now he seems really incomplete, especially when it come to his dmg %’s.

  8. Curious Individual
    July 17, 2015 at 12:29 pm

    Are there purchase limits for the special scrolls?

    Unrelated:
    Are there any videos detailing the exclusive features of the reboot world? I’m really curious since there’s only one available right now which doesn’t explain much more than what you’ve already discussed.

    • Max
      July 17, 2015 at 2:04 pm

      Yeah you can only buy 1 of each of the potential scrolls per week.

      What are you specifically looking for? There’s not too many differences which can be shown off in Reboot world.

      • Curious Individual
        July 17, 2015 at 6:01 pm

        I’d like to see the strength of the monsters, experience and meso rate compared to regular servers, mainly. I want to have an idea on what kind of difference there is instead of a vague “it has been increased ” statement. I’d also like to know if bosses have changed too, but obviously it’s too soon for that.
        Thanks a lot for the reply by the way :]

  9. July 17, 2015 at 1:40 pm

    New Dojo seems interesting.. I personally doubt I will have the time to try it though. But FYI if you do end up trying it, the Personality item seems good. It gives you a random potion that boosts 1 of your Personality traits. If I had time, this is what I would aim to get. BTW, I tried Supernatural Yut and it was awful. It took like 6 minutes and I got 60 Reward Points for losing. But it is much more involved than One Card. I like OC because it is easy to do while doing other things. Like I am playing it right now while writing this message lol. =)

  10. Knite0
    July 17, 2015 at 1:50 pm

    Wait, so we’ll be able to SELL honor experience? yeesh.

  11. fatsacks
    July 17, 2015 at 3:35 pm

    I’m a bit confused about the straw/oak dummies. Are they just to show off damage in towns? Or do they reward something after they’re done being used? Seems a bit pointless if the former.

    • Max
      July 17, 2015 at 3:46 pm

      I believe they’re meant to be used with the new Battle Statistics system which was added previously. They’re a non-moving non-attacking target that users can use to measure their damage without any interruptions!

    • Anonymous
      July 17, 2015 at 3:52 pm

      It here for the giggles, like the transformation potions.

  12. Mr. Obviously Anonymous
    July 17, 2015 at 11:33 pm

    Do the mu lung shop gloves expire? I doubt that they will be permanent.

    • Max
      July 17, 2015 at 11:38 pm

      They expire in 7 days.

  13. Anonymous
    July 18, 2015 at 12:36 am

    I’d have to day a dragon is one of the things I’d least like to enter

  14. Anonymous
    July 19, 2015 at 10:18 am

    Are the dojo rankings still split between classes?example phantom will onlt be competing against other phantoms. .
    How long does the so gong gloves bought with point last?
    How many runs are needed to farm the points needed for the so gong gloves?

    • Max
      July 19, 2015 at 12:40 pm

      Only the ‘Master’ group has both overall rankings and job rankings, the other two groups have only overall rankings.
      7 days.
      Depends on how far you get/what your rank is at the end of the week.

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