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kMS ver. 1.2.248 – Heroes of Maple: REBORN!

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MapleStory Heroes of Maple REBORN

The first patch of the Heroes of Maple update has been released! Titled REBORN, this patch includes the newly reorganized Aran and Evan as well as Monster Park REBORN, Black Heaven REBORN, and other various changes.

Mercedes Aran Phantom Luminous Evan EunWol

Here are the full updated character illustrations for all six heroes!

kMS ver. 1.2.248 World Selection (1) kMS ver. 1.2.248 World Selection (2)

Here’s the two world selection screens for this patch.

Aran

Aran Illustration

Aran’s gameplay features attacking monsters to stack up their Combo count. You can also input various commands to use your skills with additional effects.

In addition, when you reach the 1000 Combo, you will automatically enter the enhanced mode Adrenaline Boost. While in the Adrenaline Boost stage, your skills will become stronger and you can use extremely strong Boost End skills.

Command Seal

The Command Seal feature has been added. In your skill window, you can right click skills to seal their Commands, meaning they cannot be activated through Commands, only if you hotkey the skill. You can right click the skill again to unseal them.

Your Combo count will no longer reset to 0 if you die. Combo decay during combat has been toned down slightly.

Aran Character Creation

Aran character creation has been updated. You can now choose your gender and both male and female Arans have a new default hair/eyes (you have no choices for looks anymore).

Beginner

Combat Step Effect

  • Combat Step Combat Step: Press the jump key or arrow keys twice to move forward a short distance. While in the air, you can press the jump key to jump once more. In addition, passively increase your speed and maximum speed. (max level: 1)
    • Level 1: Move forward a short distance. Passively increases your speed by 15, maximum speed by 20.

Back to Rien Effect

  • Back to Rien Back to Rien: Return to Rien. (max level: 1)
    • Level 1: Move to Rien. Cooldown: 300 seconds.
  • Combo Kill Advantage Combo Kill Advantage: The polearm’s spirit Maha’s mysterious power blesses your Combo play. [Link Skill] (max level: 2)
    • Level 1: Passively gives you 400% extra experience from Combo Kill orbs.
    • Level 2: Passively gives you 650% extra experience from Combo Kill orbs.

1st Job

  • Combo Ability Combo Ability: As you battle, stack up your Combo Count. For every 50 Combo Count, your attack, defense, and speed will be increased, stacking up to 10 times. In addition, passively increase your Stance. (required skill: level 10 Smash Swing) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 32% Stance. For every 50 Combo Count, increases your attack by 2, defense and magic defense by 20, and speed by 3 (stacks up to 1 time).
    • Level 10: 50% Stance. For every 50 Combo Count, increases your attack by 2, defense and magic defense by 20, and speed by 3 (stacks up to 10 times).
  • Smash Swing Smash Swing: Based on Aran’s forgotten techniques, swing your pole arm up to 3 times consecutively. You can use the attack key to use this skill, you can use the arrow keys to move while attacking. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals 60% damage 2 times on up to 6 enemies (per swing).
    • Level 10: Deals 150% damage 2 times on up to 6 enemies (per swing).
  • Smash Wave Smash Wave: Uses your polearm to fire a burst of energy at enemies in front of you. Command activation effect: projectile’s range is increased. Adrenaline Boost additional effect: projectile is increased. [Command: ↓→ + attack] (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals 230% damage on up to 6 enemies. Cooldown: 3 seconds.
    • Level 20: Deals 500% damage on up to 6 enemies. Cooldown: 3 seconds.

Polearm Booster Effect

  • Polearm Booster Polearm Booster: Consumes MP to increase your weapon’s attack speed by 3 stages for a certain period of time. Must have a polearm equipped. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Weapon’s attack speed is increased by 3 stages for 10 seconds.
    • Level 20: Weapon’s attack speed is increased by 3 stages for 200 seconds.

Body Pressure Effect

  • Body Pressure Body Pressure: A cold air surrounding your body reflects damage taken when hit by an enemy. On/off skill. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: 100% reflect damage.
    • Level 5: 500% reflect damage.

2nd Job

  • Final Charge Final Charge: Rush forward, pushing enemies with you. Command activation effect: stun. Adrenaline Boost additional effect: create an icy area along your path and freeze enemies. [Command: ←↓→ + attack] (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals 192% damage on up to 5 enemies while moving forward. If you use Commands, enemies will be stunned for 10 seconds.
    • Level 10: Deals 300% damage on up to 10 enemies while moving forward. If you use Commands, enemies will be stunned for 10 seconds.
  • Final Toss Final Toss: Jump and lift enemies in front of you into the air. Airborne enemies will take more damage from your attacks. Judgement and Rolling Spin will also apply this effect. Command activation effect: jump height is increased. [Command: ↓↑ + attack] (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals 190% damage on up to 5 enemies. Damage when attacking airborne enemies will be increased by 55%p.
    • Level 10: Deals 550% damage on up to 10 enemies. Damage when attacking airborne enemies will be increased by 100%p.
  • Rolling Spin Rolling Spin: Spin with your polearm to attack nearby enemies and lift them into the air. Command activation effect: stun. [Command: ↓↑ + attack] (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 3 times on up to 5 enemies. If you use Commands, enemies will be stunned for 5 seconds.
    • Level 10: Deals 595% damage 3 times on up to 10 enemies. If you use Commands, enemies will be stunned for 5 seconds.

Drain Effect

  • Drain Drain: Some of the damage done to enemies will be absorbed as HP. In addition, passively increase your HP. On/off skill. (required skill: level 1 Combo Ability) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: When you hit an enemy, heal 1% of your maximum HP. Passively increase your HP by 100.
    • Level 10: When you hit an enemy, heal 5% of your maximum HP. Passively increase your HP by 1000.

Snow Charge Effect

  • Snow Charge Snow Charge: Passively increases your damage and infuses your polearm with spirit of ice’s power for a certain period of time. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Passively increase your damage by 1%. For 20 seconds, your attacks will decrease enemies’ speed by 22 for 5 seconds, attacking slowed enemies will increase your damage by 1%. When hitting bosses, the movement speed reduction and duration will be halved.
    • Level 10: Passively increase your damage by 10%. For 200 seconds, your attacks will decrease enemies’ speed by 40 for 20 seconds, attacking slowed enemies will increase your damage by 10%. When hitting bosses, the movement speed reduction and duration will be halved.
  • Polearm Mastery Polearm Mastery: Increases the weapon mastery, accuracy, and attack speed of polearms. (required skill: level 1 Smash Swing) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 14% polearm mastery, 12 accuracy, 1 attack speed stage.
    • Level 10: 50% polearm mastery, 120 accuracy, 1 attack speed stage.
  • Dynamic Mastery I Dynamic Mastery I: When activating skills using Commands, their effects will be enhanced. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: Command activated skills’ damage is increased by 1%p.
    • Level 5: Command activated skills’ damage is increased by 5%p.
  • Swing Research I Swing Research I: By researching effective swing techniques, increase Smash Swing’s damage and movement speed while using it. After using Smash Swing, using other attack skills will cause a polearm afterimage to deal additional damage. In addition, after using Smash Swing, other attacking skills’ damage will be increased. (required skill: level 10 Smash Swing) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Smash Swing’s damage is increased by 50%p. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills’ final damage will be increased by 1% for 2 seconds. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills will activate a polearm afterimage that deals 70% damage 2 times on up to 4 enemies. Movement speed while using Smash Swing is increased.
    • Level 10: Smash Swing’s damage is increased by 200%p. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills’ final damage will be increased by 10% for 2 seconds. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills will activate a polearm afterimage that deals 100% damage 2 times on up to 4 enemies. Movement speed while using Smash Swing is increased.
  • Physical Training Physical Training: Passively improves STR and DEX through physical training. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: 6 STR, 6 DEX.
    • Level 5: 30 STR, 30 DEX.
  • Final Attack Final Attack: Grants a chance to deal additional damage after an attack. Must have a polearm equipped. (required skill: level 3 Polearm Mastery) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: 2% chance to activate a 100% damage Final Attack.
    • Level 20: 40% chance to activate a 150% damage Final Attack.

3rd Job

  • Advanced Combo Ability Advanced Combo Ability: As you battle, stack up your Combo Count. For every 50 Combo Count, your critical rate and attack will be increased, stacking up to 10 times. In addition, passively increase your Stance, attack, resistance to statuses and elements, critical rate, and maximum critical damage. (required skill: level 10 Combo Ability) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 5% Stance, 1 attack, 6% resistance to statuses and elements, 2% critical rate, and 2% minimum critical damage. For every 50 Combo Count, increases your critical rate by 1% and attack by 2 (stacks up to 10 times).
    • Level 10: 50% Stance, 10 attack, 60% resistance to statuses and elements, 20% critical rate, and 20% minimum critical damage. For every 50 Combo Count, increases your critical rate by 3% and attack by 2 (stacks up to 10 times).
  • Aero Swing Aero Swing: Grants the ability to stably use Smash Swing while in the air. If you use Smash Swing while jumping, Maha’s power will momentarily stop you from falling and you will act as though you were on the ground. In addition, passively increase Smash Swing’s damage. (required skill: level 1 Swing Research 1) (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Gain the ability to use Smash Swing in the air. Smash Swing’s damage is increased by 10%p.
    • Level 10: Gain the ability to use Smash Swing in the air. Smash Swing’s damage is increased by 100%p.

Adrenaline Boost Effect

  • Adrenaline Boost Adrenaline Boost: Through relentless battle, when you reach the limits of your body, overcome them by increasing Aran’s adrenaline drastically. This burst of adrenaline increases Aran’s combat abilities to their highest state for a short period of time. (required skill: level 10 Advanced Combo Ability) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: When you reach 1000 Combo, enter the Adrenaline Boost state. For 10 seconds, all attacking skills’ damage will be increased by 25%p, their number of hits will be increased by 2, and their number of monsters hit will be increased by 1.
    • Level 20: When you reach 1000 Combo, enter the Adrenaline Boost state. For 10 seconds, all attacking skills’ damage will be increased by 500%p, their number of hits will be increased by 2, and their number of monsters hit will be increased by 5.
  • Final Blow Final Blow: Swing your polearm down to deal massive damage to your enemies, while ignoring some of their armor. Smash Swing’s 3rd hit will be replaced with Final Blow. Command activation effect: enemies’ attacks will not knock you back. Adrenaline Boost additional effect: shoot an energy wave forward. [Command: ↓ + attack] (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 5 times on up to 6 enemies, 5% defense ignored. If used while in Adrenaline Boost, shoot 1 energy wave forward that deals 350% damage 4 times on up to 6 enemies.
    • Level 20: Deals 285% damage 5 times on up to 6 enemies, 15% defense ignored. If used while in Adrenaline Boost, shoot 1 energy wave forward that deals 350% damage 4 times on up to 6 enemies.
  • Judgement Judgement: Drop a giant polearm down to the ground. Enemies hit directly will be frozen and surrounding enemies will be thrown into the air and take damage over time. You can use the Command keys to choose which direction it will fall in. Command activation effect: freeze. [Command: ↑↓/↑→/↑← + attack] (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 4 times on up to 5 enemies, enemies hit will be frozen for 4 seconds, enemies will take 105% damage every second for 4 seconds.
    • Level 20: Deals 380% damage 4 times on up to 10 enemies, enemies hit will be frozen for 10 seconds, enemies will take 200% damage every second for 6 seconds.
  • Gathering Catcher Gathering Catcher: Use the bottom of your polearm to grab and pull enemies in front of you. [Command: ↑↑ + attack] (max level: 14)
    • Level 1: Deals 105% damage 2 times on up to 10 enemies while pulling them in front of you. Cooldown: 5 seconds.
    • Level 14: Deals 170% damage 2 times on up to 10 enemies while pulling them in front of you. Cooldown: 5 seconds.

Blessing Maha Effect

  • Blessing Maha Blessing Maha: The polearm’s spirit Maha’s blessings increase you and your party members’ attack. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: For 20 seconds, party members’ attack and magic attack are increased by 2.
    • Level 10: For 200 seconds, party members’ attack and magic attack are increased by 20.
  • Might Might: Passively increase your attack and defense and lets you knock back enemies with less damage. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 1 attack, 35 defense and magic defense. Damage required to knock back monsters is decreased to 90%.
    • Level 10: 10 attack, 215 defense and magic defense. Damage required to knock back monsters is decreased to 10%.
  • Cleaving Attack Cleaving Attack: Ignore a certain amount of monsters’ defense and increase your damage when fighting boss monsters. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 22% defense ignore, 3% boss damage.
    • Level 10: 40% defense ignore, 30% boss damage.

4th Job

  • Beyonder Beyonder: Draws out Aran’s maximum strength to sweep away the enemies with Maha. While casting Beyonder, enemies’ attacks will not knock you back. This skill can only be used after Final Blow. Adrenaline Boost additional effect: shoot an energy wave forward. (required skill: level 20 Final Blow) (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 1st hit – deals 220% damage 5 times on up to 6 enemies. 2nd hit – deals 270% damage 5 times. 3rd hit – deals 320% damage 5 times. For each less target you hit, your damage will be increased by 6%. This skill has 100% critical rate and 30% defense ignore. If used while in Adrenaline Boost, shoot 1 energy wave forward that deals XXX% damage 5 times on up to 6 enemies.
    • Level 30: 1st hit – deals 285% damage 5 times on up to 6 enemies. 2nd hit – deals 300% damage 5 times. 3rd hit – deals 315% damage 5 times. For each less target you hit, your damage will be increased by 6%. This skill has 100% critical rate and 30% defense ignore. If used while in Adrenaline Boost, shoot 1 energy wave forward that deals 400% damage 5 times on up to 6 enemies.

Boost End - Storm of Fear Effect

  • Boost End - Storm of Fear Boost End – Storm of Fear: An invisible polearm is swung extremely fast, creating a whirlwind around Aran. All enemies in the map are drawn towards it, to the front of Aran’s polearm. This skill can only be activated through Commands while Adrenaline Boost is active. [Command: ↓←→ + attack continuously] (required skill: level 20 Adrenaline Boost) (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage on up to 12 enemies. Can be used for up to 10 seconds. Only one Boost End skill can be used per Adrenaline Boost state.
    • Level 30: Deals 650% damage on up to 12 enemies. Can be used for up to 10 seconds. Only one Boost End skill can be used per Adrenaline Boost state.

Boost End - Hunters Targetting Effect

  • Boost End - Hunter's Targeting Boost End – Hunter’s Targeting: After gathering strength in your polearm, instantaneously rush to to an enemy and deal a strong blow. You can increase the strength of this skill by charging it before casting, while charging you will be invincible. This skill can only be activated through Commands while Adrenaline Boost is active. [Command: ↓→↑ + attack keydown] (required skill: level 20 Adrenaline Boost) (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: After activating, hold the key down to charge and use the arrow keys to select a target. After the key is released, deals XXXX% damage 10 times on 1 enemy. While charging, you will be invincible and cannot be knocked back. For each second of charging, the damage will be increased by 100%p (up to a maximum of 500%p). Only one Boost End skill can be used per Adrenaline Boost state.
    • Level 30: After activating, hold the key down to charge and use the arrow keys to select a target. After the key is released, deals 2500% damage 10 times on 1 enemy. While charging, you will be invincible and cannot be knocked back. For each second of charging, the damage will be increased by 100%p (up to a maximum of 500%p). Only one Boost End skill can be used per Adrenaline Boost state.
  • High Mastery High Mastery: Improves the weapon mastery of polearms and your minimum critical damage and attack. (required skill: level 10 Polearm Mastery) (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: XXX% mastery, 11 attack, 1% minimum critical damage.
    • Level 30: 70% mastery, 30 attack, 15% minimum critical damage.
  • High Defense High Defense: An advanced defense technique that decreases damage taken from enemies and passively increases HP and defense. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: XXX% damage reduction, 1% HP, 186 defense and magic defense.
    • Level 20: 40% damage reduction, 20% HP, 300 defense and magic defense.
  • Maple Warrior Maple Warrior: Increases all stats of all party members by a certain percentage for a certain period of time. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: For 30 seconds, increase all stats by 1%.
    • Level 30: For 900 seconds, increase all stats by 15%.
  • Hero's Will Hero’s Will: By focusing your mind, you can ignore some abnormal status effects. However, this will not work on all abnormal status effects. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: Cooldown: 600 seconds.
    • Level 5: Cooldown: 360 seconds.
  • Swift Move Swift Move: Smash Wave, Final Charge, Final Toss, Rolling Spin, Judgement, and Final Blow’s damage is increased more. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Smash Wave, Final Charge, Final Toss, Rolling Spin, Judgement, and Final Blow’s damage is increased by XX%p.
    • Level 30: Smash Wave, Final Charge, Final Toss, Rolling Spin, Judgement, and Final Blow’s damage is increased by 60%p.
  • Dynamic Mastery II Dynamic Mastery II: When activating skills using Commands, their effects will be enhanced more. (required skill: level 5 Dynamic Mastery 1) (max level: 15)
    • Level 1: Command activated skills’ damage is increased by XX%p.
    • Level 15: Command activated skills’ damage is increased by 20%p.
  • Swing Research II Swing Research II: By researching more effective swing techniques, increase Smash Swing’s damage and movement speed while using it. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills’ damage will be increased. In addition, Smash/Aero Swing’s 2nd and 3rd hits will be replaced with Final Blow. (required skill: level 10 Aero Swing) (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: Smash Swing’s damage is increased by XXX%p. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills’ final damage will be increased by XX% for 4 seconds. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills will activate a polearm afterimage that deals 150% damage 4 times on up to 6 enemies. Movement speed while using Smash Swing is increased.
    • Level 5: Smash Swing’s damage is increased by 250%p. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills’ final damage will be increased by 15% for 4 seconds. After using Smash Swing, other attacking skills will activate a polearm afterimage that deals 350% damage 4 times on up to 6 enemies. Movement speed while using Smash Swing is increased.
  • Advanced Final Attack Advanced Final Attack: Permanently increases attack and accuracy. Greatly increases the damage and activation rate of your Final Attack. (required skill: level 20 Final Attack) (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 1 attack, 1% accuracy. 46% chance to activate a 163% damage Final Attack.
    • Level 30: 30 attack, 10% accuracy. 60% chance to activate a 250% damage Final Attack.

Hyper

  • Swing - Reinforce Swing – Reinforce: Smash Swing and Aero Swing’s damage is increased by 20%. [required level: 143]
  • Swing - Remain Time Reinforce Swing – Remain Time Reinforce: After using Smash Swing or Aero Swing, the damage boost to other skills is increased by 20%. [required level: 162]
  • Swing - Afterimage Reinforce Swing – Afterimage Reinforce: After using Smash Swing or Aero Swing, the afterimage effect’s damage is increased by 20%. [required level: 183]
  • Storm of Fear - Extra Target Storm of Fear – Extra Target: Boost End – Storm of Fear’s number of monsters hit is increased by 3. [required level: 149]
  • Hunter's Targeting - Reinforce Hunter’s Targeting – Reinforce: Boost End – Hunter’s Targeting’s damage is increased by 30%. [required level: 168]
  • Adrenaline Boost - Persist Adrenaline Boost – Persist: Adrenaline Boost’s duration is increased by 5 seconds. [required level: 189]
  • Beyonder - Reinforce Beyonder – Reinforce: Beyonder’s damage is increased by 20%. [required level: 155]
  • Beyonder - Bonus Attack Beyonder – Bonus Attack: Beyonder’s number of hits is increased by 1. [required level: 177]
  • Beyonder - Ignore Guard Beyonder – Ignore Guard: Beyonder’s defense ignore is increased by 20%. [required level: 195]
  • Adrenaline Generator Adrenaline Generator: Push your body to instantly activate Adrenaline Boost. Adrenaline Boost will not be affected by buff duration increasing effects if it is triggered through Adrenaline Generator. [required level: 150]
    • Level 1: Cooldown: 240 seconds.
  • Maha's Domain Maha’s Domain: Summon the giant polearm Maha from Rien. Maha will fall to the ground and deal damage in a large area. While summoned, nearby enemies will take damage over time and nearby party members will have their status effects dispelled and their HP and MP healed. [required level: 170]
    • Level 1: Deals 500% damage 5 times on up to 15 enemies. For 10 seconds, all enemies in range will take 500% damage 3 times every second, and all party members in range will have their statuses dispelled and their HP and MP healed by 20% every second. Cooldown: 150 seconds.

Heroes Oath Effect

  • Heroes' Oath Heroes’ Oath: Recalls the oath of the Maple Heroes to increase damage and max damage cap. [required level: 200]
    • Level 1: For 60 seconds, increase your damage by 10% and maximum damage cap by 5,000,000. This only affects Heroes in your party. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Evan

Evan Character Creation

Evan’s number of advancements has been changed from 10 to 4. Evan and Mir now have their own skills to use. While Mir is using his skills, Evan can use elemental magic and their power can be combined with new Fusion Skills.

Previously, combat was focused on Mir only, but now Evan can use his own strong skills and as partners, you can work together to become even stronger. Please enjoy Evan and Mir’s new play style!

Evan Character Creation

Evan character creation has been updated. You can now choose your gender and both male and female Evans have a new default hair/eyes (you have no choices for looks anymore).

Beginner

To Home Effect

  • To Home To Home: Return to Utah’s farm. (max level: 1)
    • Level 1: Return to Utah’s farm. Cooldown: 90 seconds.
  • Rune Persistence Rune Persistence: Amplify the magic of Runes, increasing their duration when activated. [Link Skill] (max level: 2)
    • Level 1: Runes’ buff durations are increased by 30%.
    • Level 2: Runes’ buff durations are increased by 50%.

1st Job

Circle of Mana I Effect

  • Circle of Mana I Circle of Mana I: Shoot 2 condensed orbs of mana at enemies in front of you. As you job advance, you’ll be able to shoot up to 4 orbs. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals 114% damage 2 times on up to 4 enemies.
    • Level 10: Deals 150% damage 2 times on up to 4 enemies.
  • Teleport Teleport: Teleport a short distance instantly. Press the skill key with the up, down, left, or right arrow keys to teleport in that direction. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Teleport 230 units. If you are teleporting down, the range will be increased by 67.
    • Level 10: Teleport 275 units. If you are teleporting down, the range will be increased by 85.
  • Magic Guard Magic Guard: A magical power decreases damage taken and redirects some to MP. If your MP reaches 0, your HP will take the full amount of damage. On/off skill. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 1% damage reduction, 40% of damage taken will be redirected to your MP.
    • Level 10: 10% damage reduction, 85% of damage taken will be redirected to your MP.
  • Dragon Soul Dragon Soul: Through your dragon’s contract, increase your defense, magic defense, and speed. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 55 defense and magic defense, 1 speed.
    • Level 10: 145 defense and magic defense, 10 speed.
  • Linked Magic Linked Magic: By sharing Mir’s magic, increase Evan’s magic attack. In addition, increase your max MP based on your character level. (max level: 15)
    • Level 1: 6 magic attack, XXX% max MP, XXX MP per character level.
    • Level 15: 20 magic attack, 20% max MP, 120 MP per character level.
  • Dragon Sparking Dragon Sparking: When Evan attacks, there is a certain chance that Mir will attack as well. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 4% chance of activating a 55% damage Dragon Sparking.
    • Level 10: 40% chance of activating a 100% damage Dragon Sparking.

2nd Job

Circle of Mana II Effect

  • Circle of Magic II Circle of Mana II: Shoot 3 condensed orbs of mana at enemies in front of you. As you job advance, you’ll be able to shoot up to 4 orbs.(required skill: level 20 Circle of Mana I) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 3 times on up to 5 enemies.
    • Level 20: Deals 130% damage 3 times on up to 5 enemies.

Circle of Wind Effect

  • Circle of Wind Circle of Wind: Create a turbulent gust of wind in front of you, knocking back enemies. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 2 times on up to 6 enemies while knocking them back.
    • Level 10: Deals 270% damage 2 times on up to 6 enemies while knocking them back.
  • Dragon Swift Dragon Swift: [Mir Skill] Mir will rush back and forth, attacking enemies in his path. If Dragon Swift hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. 3.5 second duration. Cooldown: 8 seconds.
    • Level 20: Deals 95% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. 3.5 second duration. Cooldown: 8 seconds.
  • Swift of Wind Swift of Wind: [Fusion Skill] While Mir is attacking with Dragon Swift, Evan’s magic will resonate with him, causing him to fire sharp wind blades at enemies for a certain period of time. Swift of Wind’s skill level will grow with Dragon Swift’s skill level. If Swift of Wind hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. This skill is activated when Evan uses Circle of Wind while Mir is using Dragon Swift. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Shoots 3 wind blades at up to 3 enemies, dealing XXX% damage 3 times. 3.5 second duration.
    • Level 20: Shoots 3 wind blades at up to 3 enemies, dealing 55% damage 2 times. 3.5 second duration.
  • Return! Return!: Use the power of the Onyx Dragon crest to instantly call Mir to return to Evan’s side. Depending on what attack Mir was using, various effects will be activated. (max level: 1)
    • Level 1: While attacking, instantly summon Mir. Cooldown: 2 seconds.

Swift - Return! Effect

  • Swift - Return! Swift – Return!: Mir instantly stops attacking and returns to Evan’s side. The power of the crest curses nearby enemies, causing them to take increased damage for a certain period of time. This skill is activated when Evan uses Return! while Mir is using Dragon Swift, Swift of Wind, or Swift of Thunder. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Up to 8 enemies in range will be cursed for XXX seconds, all attacks which hit them will have their final damage increased by 1%.
    • Level 20: Up to 8 enemies in range will be cursed for 60 seconds, all attacks which hit them will have their final damage increased by 20%.
  • High Wisdom High Wisdom: Permanently increases INT through mental discipline. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 4 INT.
    • Level 10: 40 INT.
  • Understanding Understanding: Through deep understanding with Mir, your combat abilities are enhanced. (max level: 1)
    • Level 1: While Mir is attacking, Evan’s damage is increased by 20%. Passive effect: 30% Stance.
  • Spell Mastery Spell Mastery: Increases magic mastery, magic attack, and critical rate. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 32% magic mastery, XX% critical rate, 1 magic attack. If a Wand is equipped, your critical rate will be increased by 3%.
    • Level 10: 50% magic mastery, 15% critical rate, 10 magic attack. If a Wand is equipped, your critical rate will be increased by 3%.
  • Support Jump Support Jump: Using a stream of air created by Mir, Evan can jump high into the air. While jumping, press jump with the up arrow key. This skill can only be used while Mir is not attacking. (max level: 4)
    • Level 1: While jumping, press up + jump to jump higher into the air.
    • Level 4: While jumping, press up + jump to jump higher into the air.
  • Magic Booster Magic Booster: Consumes MP to increase Evan’s magic attack speed by two stages for a certain period of time. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: For 110 seconds, your magic attack speed is increased by 2 stages.
    • Level 20: For 180 seconds, your magic attack speed is increased by 2 stages.
  • Advanced Dragon Sparking Advanced Dragon Sparking: When Evan attacks, Mir’s magic increases the chance of him attacking as well. (max level: 1)
    • Level 1: 100% chance to activate a 150% damage Dragon Sparking.

3rd Job

Circle of Mana III Effect

  • Circle of Mana III Circle of Mana III: Shoot 4 condensed orbs of mana at enemies in front of you. (required skill: level 20 Circle of Mana II) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 4 times on up to 6 enemies.
    • Level 20: Deals 150% damage 4 times on up to 6 enemies.

Circle of Thunder Effect

  • Circle of Thunder Circle of Thunder: Create a magic circle that annihilates enemies with lightning. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 5 times on up to 8 enemies.
    • Level 10: Deals 170% damage 5 times on up to 8 enemies.
  • Dragon Dive Dragon Dive: [Mir Skill] Mir dives down in front of Evan, creating shockwaves with his wings. If Dragon Dive hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 3 times on up to 6 enemies. 3.5 second duration. Cooldown: 8 seconds. Circle of Wind’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Dragon Swift’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Swift of Wind’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Swift of Thunder’s damage is increased by XXX%p.
    • Level 20: Deals 130% damage 3 times on up to 6 enemies. 3.5 second duration. Cooldown: 8 seconds. Circle of Wind’s damage is increased by 150%p, Dragon Swift’s damage is increased by 50%p, Swift of Wind’s damage is increased by 30%p, Swift of Thunder’s damage is increased by 80%p.

Dive - Return! Effect

  • Dive - Return! Dive – Return!: Mir instantly stops attacking and returns to Evan’s side. The power of the crest increases the attack speed of nearby allies by 1 stage for a certain period of time. This skill is activated when Evan uses Return! while Mir is using Dragon Dive, Dive of Thunder, or Dive of Earth. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: For XXX seconds, nearby party members’ attack speed will be increased by 1 stage.
    • Level 20: For 60 seconds, nearby party members’ attack speed will be increased by 1 stage.
  • Swift of Thunder Swift of Thunder: [Fusion Skill] While Mir is attacking with Dragon Swift, Evan’s magic will resonate with him, causing him to create a magic circle of thunder with 5 points. Swift of Thunder’s skill level will grow with Dragon Swift’s skill level. If Swift of Thunder hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. This skill is activated when Evan uses Circle of Thunder while Mir is using Dragon Swift. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 6 times on up to 8 enemies for each point Mir flies to.
    • Level 20: Deals 135% damage 6 times on up to 8 enemies for each point Mir flies to.
  • Dive of Thunder Dive of Thunder: [Fusion Skill] While Mir is attacking with Dragon Dive, Evan’s magic will resonate with him, causing him to create powerful electric orbs that hit enemies. Dive of Thunder’s skill level will grow with Dragon Dive’s skill level. If Dive of Thunder hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. This skill is activated when Evan uses Circle of Thunder while Mir is using Dragon Dive. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Creates 4 electric orbs which deal XXX% damage on 1 enemy. The orbs have a 4 second duration, if they do not hit any enemies in time they will disappear.
    • Level 20: Creates 4 electric orbs which deal 135% damage on 1 enemy. The orbs have a 4 second duration, if they do not hit any enemies in time they will disappear.
  • Elemental Reset Elemental Reset: For a certain period of time, all attacks’ elemental properties will be decreased. In addition, passively increases final damage. (max level: 14)
    • Level 1: For 115 seconds, all attacks’ elemental properties will be decreased by 4%. Passive effect: 6% final damage increase.
    • Level 14: For 180 seconds, all attacks’ elemental properties will be decreased by 10%. Passive effect: 30% final damage increase.

Magic Debris Effect

  • Magic Debris Magic Debris: When enemies are hit by Fusion Skills, magic debris is created around them. The magic debris can be activated to deal massive damage to enemies around Evan. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: When an enemy is hit by a Fusion Skill, there is an XXX% chance to create magic debris around them. When activated, deals XXX% damage on up to 15 enemies per piece of debris. If the magic debris is not used within a certain period of time, it will disappear.
    • Level 10: When an enemy is hit by a Fusion Skill, there is a 15% chance to create magic debris around them. When activated, deals 70% damage on up to 15 enemies per piece of debris. If the magic debris is not used within a certain period of time, it will disappear.
  • Critical Magic Critical Magic: Increases your critical rate and minimum critical damage. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: 12% critical rate, 6% minimum critical damage.
    • Level 10: 30% critical rate, 15% minimum critical damage.
  • Magic Resistance Magic Resistance: Increases your status resistance, magic resistance and magic defense. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Passively increases resistance to statuses by XXX%, resistance to elements by 7%, magic defense by XXX.
    • Level 10: Passively increases resistance to statuses by 20%, resistance to elements by 25%, magic defense by 300.
  • Magic Amplification Magic Amplification: By consuming more MP, the damage of all of your magic attacks are increased. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: MP consumption increased to 114%, all magic attacks’ final damage increased by 3%.
    • Level 10: MP consumption increased to 150%, all magic attacks’ final damage increased by 30%.
  • Dragon Potential Dragon Potential: Mir taps into his potential, increasing his abilities. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Passively increases defense ignore by 1%.
    • Level 20: Passively increases defense ignore by 20%.

4th Job

Circle of Mana IV Effect

  • Circle of Mana IV Circle of Mana IV: Circle of Mana’s final stage. Shoot 4 highly condensed orbs of mana twice in a row at enemies in front of you. (required skill: level 20 Circle of Mana III) (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 1st hit – deals XXX% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. 2nd hit – deals XXX% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies.
    • Level 30: 1st hit – deals 290% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. 2nd hit – deals 330% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies.

Circle of Earth Effect

  • Circle of Earth Circle of Earth: Create an irregular magic circle in front of you that lifts the ground up to hit enemies. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 5 times on up to 8 enemies.
    • Level 20: Deals 370% damage 5 times on up to 8 enemies.
  • Dragon Breath Dragon Breath: [Mir Skill] Mir spews flames at all enemies in front of him. If Dragon Breath hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 5 times on up to 8 enemies. 3 second duration. Cooldown: 8 seconds. Circle of Wind’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Dragon Swift’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Swift of Wind’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Swift of Thunder’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Circle of Thunder’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Dragon Dive’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Dive of Thunder’s damage is increased by XXX%p, Dive of Earth’s damage is increased by XXX%p.
    • Level 30: Deals 230% damage 5 times on up to 8 enemies. 3 second duration. Cooldown: 8 seconds. Circle of Wind’s damage is increased by 490%p, Dragon Swift’s damage is increased by 280%p, Swift of Wind’s damage is increased by 130%p, Swift of Thunder’s damage is increased by 350%p, Circle of Thunder’s damage is increased by 200%p, Dragon Dive’s damage is increased by 195%p, Dive of Thunder’s damage is increased by 200%p, Dive of Earth’s damage is increased by 370%p.

Breath - Return! Effect

  • Breath - Return! Breath – Return!: Mir instantly stops attacking and returns to Evan’s side. The power of the crest creates a burning area for a certain period of time. This skill is activated when Evan uses Return! while Mir is using Dragon Breath, Breath of Wind or Breath of Earth. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Creates a burning area that deals XXX% damage on up to 8 enemies for 30 seconds.
    • Level 30: Creates a burning area that deals 150% damage on up to 8 enemies for 30 seconds.
  • Breath of Earth Breath of Earth: [Fusion Skill] While Mir is attacking with Dragon Breath, Evan’s magic will resonate with him, causing him to launch flame breaths which home in on enemies. Breath of Earth’s skill level will grow with Dragon Breath’s skill level. If Breath of Earth hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. This skill is activated when Evan uses Circle of Earth while Mir is using Dragon Breath. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 5 times on up to 4 enemies, damage will be distributed among all enemies hit. 3.5 second duration.
    • Level 30: Deals 280% damage 5 times on up to 4 enemies, damage will be distributed among all enemies hit. 3.5 second duration.
  • Breath of Wind Breath of Wind: [Fusion Skill] While Mir is attacking with Dragon Breath, Evan’s magic will resonate with him, spews even stronger flames at all enemies in front of him. Breath of Wind’s skill level will grow with Dragon Breath’s skill level. If Breath of Wind hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. This skill is activated when Evan uses Circle of Wind while Mir is using Dragon Breath. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. 3.5 second duration. Damage on enemies below XXX% HP is increased by XXX%p.
    • Level 30: Deals 270% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. 3.5 second duration. Damage on enemies below 30% HP is increased by 200%p.
  • Dive of Earth Dive of Earth: [Fusion Skill] While Mir is attacking with Dragon Dive, Evan’s magic will resonate with him, causing him to lift rocks out of the ground and crush them to deal massive damage to surrounding enemies. Dive of Earth’s skill level will grow with Dragon Dive’s skill level. If Dive of Earth hits an enemy using Damage Reflect, you will not take any damage. This skill is activated when Evan uses Circle of Earth while Mir is using Dragon Dive. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: Three rocks are lifted out of the ground. Deals XXX% damage 6 times on up to 6 enemies per rock.
    • Level 30: Three rocks are lifted out of the ground. Deals 190% damage 6 times on up to 6 enemies per rock.

Dark Fog Effect

  • Dark Fog Dark Fog: Create a dark fog that attacks multiple enemies at the same time. (max level: 10)
    • Level 1: Deals XXX% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies, with an extra 20% critical rate. Cooldown: 30 seconds.
    • Level 10: Deals 400% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies, with an extra 20% critical rate. Cooldown: 30 seconds.
  • Maple Warrior Maple Warrior: Increases all stats of all party members by a certain percentage for a certain period of time. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: For 30 seconds, increase all stats by 1%.
    • Level 30: For 900 seconds, increase all stats by 15%.
  • Hero's Will Hero’s Will: By focusing your mind, you can ignore some abnormal status effects. However, this will not work on all abnormal status effects. (max level: 5)
    • Level 1: Cooldown: 600 seconds.
    • Level 5: Cooldown: 360 seconds.

Enhanced Magic Debris Effect

  • Enhanced Magic Debris Enhanced Magic Debris: When enemies are hit by Fusion Skills, enhanced magic debris is created around them. The magic debris can be activated to deal massive damage to enemies around Evan. (required skill: level 10 Magic Debris) (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: When an enemy is hit by a Fusion Skill, there is a XXX% chance to create magic debris around them. When activated, deals 62% damage on up to 15 enemies per piece of debris. If the magic debris is not used within a certain period of time, it will disappear.
    • Level 20: When an enemy is hit by a Fusion Skill, there is a 25% chance to create magic debris around them. When activated, deals 100% damage on up to 15 enemies per piece of debris. If the magic debris is not used within a certain period of time, it will disappear.
  • Magic Mastery Magic Mastery: Enhances magic mastery, magic attack, and minimum critical damage. (required skill: level 10 Spell Mastery) (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: 52% magic mastery, 1 magic attack, XXX% minimum critical damage.
    • Level 30: 70% magic mastery, 30 magic attack, 15% minimum critical damage.
  • Onyx's Will Onyx’s Will: Through the Onyx’s will, enhance your understanding and increase your abilities. Your damage taken will be reduced and Evan will gain additional Stance while Mir is attacking. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Passively decreases damage taken by 1%. While Mir is attacking, Stance is increased by 32%.
    • Level 20: Passively decreases damage taken by 20%. While Mir is attacking, Stance is increased by 70%.
  • Onyx's Blessing Onyx’s Blessing: The Onyx’s blessing increases your defense, magic defense, and magic attack. (max level: 30)
    • Level 1: For 122 seconds, increases your defense and magic defense by 310 and your magic attack by 21.
    • Level 30: For 180 seconds, increases your defense and magic defense by 600 and your magic attack by 50.
  • Dragon Fury Dragon Fury: While your MP is within a certain range, your dragon’s concentration is stronger and your magic attack is increased. If your MP leaves the range, the effects will disappear. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: When your current MP is between 49% and 81% of your maximum MP, your magic attack will be increased by 16%.
    • Level 20: When your current MP is between 30% and 100% of your maximum MP, your magic attack will be increased by 35%.
  • High Dragon Potential High Dragon Potential: Mir’s potential is fully realized, increasing his abilities. (max level: 20)
    • Level 1: Passively increases boss damage by 1%.
    • Level 20: Passively increases boss damage by 20%.

Hyper

  • Dragon Swift - Cooltime Reduce Dragon Swift – Cooltime Reduce: Dragon Swift’s cooldown is decreased by 25%. [required level: 143]
  • Dragon Swift - Wind Install Dragon Swift – Wind Install: Swift of Wind’s number of wind blades is increased by 1. [required level: 162]
  • Dragon Swift - Thunder Bonus Attack Dragon Swift – Thunder Bonus Attack: Swift of Thunder’s number of hits at every point is increased by 1. [required level: 183]
  • Dragon Dive - Cooltime Reduce Dragon Dive – Cooltime Reduce: Dragon Dive’s cooldown is decreased by 25%. [required level: 143]
  • Dragon Dive - Thunder Install Dragon Dive – Thunder Install: Dive of Thunder’s number of lightning orbs created is increased by 2. [required level: 168]
  • Dragon Dive - Earth Enhance Dragon Dive – Earth Enhance: Dive of Earth’s damage is increased by 20%. [required level: 189]
  • Dragon Breath - Cooltime Reduce Dragon Breath – Cooltime Reduce: Dragon Breath’s cooldown is decreased by 25%. [required level: 143]
  • Dragon Breath - Earth Install Dragon Breath – Earth Install: Breath of Earth’s number of monsters hit is increased by 2. [required level: 177]
  • Dragon Breath - Wind Bonus Chance Dragon Breath – Wind Bonus Chance: Breath of Wind’s conditions for low health enemies are increased by 10% (to 40% HP) and the damage boost on low health enemies is increased by 100%p. [required level: 195]

Summon Onyx Dragon Effect

  • Summon Onyx Dragon Summon Onyx Dragon: Summon an ancient Onyx Dragon to fight with you. [required level: 150]
    • Level 1: Summon an ancient Onyx Dragon for 40 seconds. The Onyx Dragon will deal 1200% damage on up to 8 nearby enemies. While the Onyx Dragon is summoned, you will gain 80% resistance to statuses and elements. Cooldown: 80 seconds.
  • Dragon Master Dragon Master: Ride Mir and fly through the air freely, while launching powerful breaths. While riding, you can hold the Dragon Master skill key down to attack. [required level: 170]
    • Level 1: Ride Mir for 10 seconds. Deals 450% damage 7 times on up to 10 enemies every 0.3 seconds. While riding Mir, you will be invincible. Cooldown: 180 seconds.

Heroes Oath Effect

  • Heroes' Oath Heroes’ Oath: Recalls the oath of the Maple Heroes to increase damage and max damage cap. [required level: 200]
    • Level 1: For 60 seconds, increase your damage by 10% and maximum damage cap by 5,000,000. This only affects Heroes in your party. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Aran/Evan REBORN Event

Aran Evan REBORN Breakthrough Support Growth Event

The Aran/Evan REBORN Breakthrough Growth Support event has begun and will run until December 9 to celebrate the newly updated heroes!

Ice Dragon Pet

For newly created Aran and Evan characters, you’ll receive the following items:

  • Ice Dragon pet (7 days)
  • Pendant of the Spirit (7 days)
  • Travelling Salesman (7 days)
  • Travelling Storage (7 days)
  • 5 Safety Charms (7 days)
  • 300 White Potions
  • 300 Mana Elixirs

Level 100 Experience Potion

In addition, if you get your newly created characters to level 120, you’ll get the Level 100 Experience Potion which holds enough experience to get one character from level 1 to 100!

This potion can be traded through the account but it cannot be shared to an Aran or Evan character. In addition, you can only receive this item once per Maple ID, even if you get both an Aran and Evan to level 100.

New Aran Evan Hair Face Coupons

For existing Aran and Evan characters, you’ll receive:

  • Blood Ring (7 days)
  • Teleport World Map (7 days)
  • New Aran/Evan Hair Coupon (M/F)
  • New Aran/Evan Face Coupon (M/F)

All of the items are untradeable. You’ll only receive the coupons that correspond to your job and gender.

Level 30 and 60 Equipment Boxes

Now, for all Aran and Evan characters, regardless of whether or not they were created before this patch, you’ll receive the following items when you complete your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th job advancements.

Lilin's Aura Ring and Onyx Dragon Glasses

  • 2nd Job
    • 3 2x Experience Coupons (30 minutes)
    • 100 Scroll Traces
    • Level 30 Equipment Box
    • Teleport World Map (7 days)
    • Lilin’s Aura Ring (3 all stats, 3 attack and magic attack) [can be traded through the account 1 time]
    • Onyx Dragon Glasses (3 all stats, 3 attack and magic attack) [can be traded through the account 1 time]
    • 300 Unagi
    • 300 Pure Waters

Aran Evan Hero's Feather

  • 3rd Job
    • 3 2x Experience Coupons (30 minutes)
    • 500 Scroll Traces
    • Level 60 Equipment Box
    • Aran Hero’s Feather (10 all stats, 150 HP and MP, 10 slots, + 10 STR and 5 attack if you are an Aran) [can be traded through the account 1 time]
    • Evan Hero’s Feather (10 all stats, 150 HP and MP, 10 slots, + 10 INT and 5 magic attack if you are an Evan) [can be traded through the account 1 time]
    • 300 Sunrise Dew
    • 300 Sunset Dew

Legendary Secret Box

  • 4th Job
    • 3 2x Experience Coupons (30 minutes)
    • 1,000 Scroll Traces
    • Legendary Secret Box (gives the Black Hat, Black Cape, Black Suit, Black weapon, and Black secondary weapon)
    • Mysterious Meso Back
    • 2 Mastery Book 20
    • 1 Mastery Book 30
    • 300 Sunrise Dew
    • 300 Sunset Dew

Spiegelmann’s Monster Park REBORN

Monster Park REBORN

Spiegelmann’s Monster Park has been reorganized into the new Spiegelmann’s Monster Park REBORN.

  • Spiegelmann’s Monster Park REBORN is content which gives a high amount of experience and different rewards for each day of the week.
  • When you enter the dungeon, you must defeat all the monsters before you can move to the next stage.
  • By hunting the monsters inside the dungeon, you can receive rewards and accumulate experience.
  • After you clear all of the stages and leave, you’ll receive your accumulated experience, a daily box, and Monster Park Coins.
  • Monster Park REBORN can be cleared 7 times per day per Maple ID.
  • You can clear Monster Park REBORN 2 times per day for free. After that, you need to use 300 Maple Points per extra run.
  • Your clear count will not increase and your Maple Points will not be consumed until after you clear the dungeon so there is no penalty if you leave while inside.

Spiegelmann’s Monster Park REBORN’s daily rewards are as follows.

  • Monday's Creation Box Monday: Monday’s Creation Box (containing crafting materials)
  • Tuesday's Enhancement Box Tuesday: Tuesday’s Enhancement Box (containing enhancement materials)
  • Wednesday's Personality Box Wednesday: Wednesday’s Personality Box (containing personality trait items)
  • Thursday's Honor Box Thursday: Thursday’s Honor Box (containing honor items)
  • Friday's Gold Box Friday: Friday’s Golden Box (containing mesos)
  • Saturday's Festival Box Saturday: Saturday’s Festival Box (containing rewards from all other days)
  • Sunday's Growth Box Sunday: 1.5x bonus experience when clearing and Sunday’s Growth Box (containing experience coupons and Pendant of the Spirit)

Mythical Monster Parker

You can also receive special medals for each day of the week if you clear them 77 times each. They all give 7 all stats and 7 attack and magic attack, and if you collect all 7, you will be able to receive the Mythical Monster Parker medal (which also gives 7 all stats and 7 attack/magic attack).

You can also receive special badges if you’re lucky when opening each day’s box. If you collect all 7, you’ll also receive the Mythical Badge! Like the medals, all of the badges give the same stats: 7 all stats and 7 attack and magic attack.

Monster Park Coin Shop Monster Park Damage Skin

Other changes related to Spiegelmann’s Monster Park REBORN are as follows.

  • Monster Park Extreme has been temporarily closed.
  • The following items have been added to the Monster Park Coin Shop:
    • Extreme Red
    • Extreme Green
    • Extreme Blue
    • Extreme Gold
    • Greed Pendant
    • Monster Park Damage Skin
  • You can no longer trade in Ticket Pieces.
  • Monsters no longer drop Ticket Pieces.

Bounty Hunter Brothers Polo and Prito

The Flame Wolf’s Portal has been added.

  • When killing monsters, there is a chance for a portal to be created that leads to the Flame Wolf’s Den.
  • When you enter the portal, you can fight the Flame Wolf with a short time limit.
  • After the battle, you’ll receive experience from Polo based on the damage you dealt to the Flame Wolf.
  • When many users enter and fight together, everyone will receive a lightbulb on their heads that gives additional item rewards.
  • The Flame Wolf will stay spawned for up to 2 hours. After 2 hours, if it still has HP remaining, it will disappear.
  • After the Flame Wolf disappears, you’ll receive your rewards.
  • If you are logged out when the Flame Wolf disappears, you’ll receive your rewards the next time you log in.
  • You can enter the Flame Wolf’s Portal 5 times a day per character. This will reset at midnight each day.

The Dance of Courtship has been added.

  • If you encounter Prito when you enter a Bounty Hunter’s Portal, there is a chance for you to participate in the Dance of Courtship.
  • In the Dance of Courtship, for a limited amount of time, you must input up to 20 commands quickly and accurately. Based on your successful inputs, you’ll receive different rewards.

The rate of appearance of Bounty Hunter’s Portals has been increased.

Black Heaven REBORN

Black Heaven REBORN

Black Heaven has been adjusted in various ways to create a more immersive environment. In addition, from November 5 to December 2, the Black Heaven REBORN event will take place.

  • Black Heaven REBORN has been adjusted as follows.
    • All monsters’ HP have been decreased.
    • Act 3’s Air Battle’s difficulty has been reduced.
    • Act 3’s Air Battle can now be skipped after 1 failure.
    • Act 4’s Grinder Chase can now be skipped after 1 failure.
    • Act 6’s Boss Suu Battle can now be weakened after 1 failure.
    • Quest requirements (items and monsters) have been decreased.
    • Act 3’s Air Battle, Act 4’s Grinder Chase, and Act 6’s Normal Suu battle will all give additional rewards if you can complete them without skipping/weakening them.

Additional Clear Rewards

  • New Black Heaven REBORN rewards have been added.
    • Act 3 Air Battle clear: Black Heaven Medal of Honor (10,000 Honor)
    • Act 4 Grinder Chase clear: Black Heaven Medal of Honor (10,000 Honor)
    • Act 6 Normal Suu clear: Black Heaven Medal of Honor (10,000 Honor)

Act 1 Clear Rewards Act 4 Clear Rewards Act 6 Clear Rewards

  • The Black Heaven REBORN event is in progress.
    • You can earn these event rewards until December 2 at 11:59 PM.
    • Act 1 clear reward: Squishy Jelly Hat, Mysterious Anvil (Cash)
    • Act 4 clear reward: Demolishizer Riding
    • Act 6 clear reward: Mini Black Heaven Riding, Black Heaven Ride Chair, Black Heaven Damage Skin

Game Related

Zakum's AltarZakum

The Zakum boss battle map has been changed.

  • Character names will now appear above the pedestal on the map.
  • The map design has been improved.
    • The map background has been fixed.
    • The map has been changed to make the available movement range appear more intuitively.

The maximum number of character slots has been increased from 36 to 40.

The following jobs’ tutorials have been modified to make them more convenient.

  • Adventurer
  • Dual Blade
  • Knights of Cygnus
  • Mikhail
  • Xenon

You can no longer practice the 26th, 29th, or 34th floor with The SEED‘s practice tickets.

The creation of Star Planet only characters has been removed.

The cost of Scroll Traces in the Cross Hunter shop has been increased to 35 coins for 100 Scroll Traces.

System Related

MVP Membership Service

The MVP Membership Service has begun.

MVP Ranks

Based on the amount of Nexon Cash spent, each Maple ID will be given an MVP rank and will be given benefits based on this rank. Your rank will either be MVP Bronze (Bronze I, Bronze II, Bronze III, Bronze IV) or MVP Special (Silver, Gold, Diamond).

MVP Rank Requirements

Your MVP Bronze rank will be based on cumulative Nexon Cash spent, once you achieve a rank you cannot go down. On the other hand, based on the amount of Nexon Cash you’ve spent in the last 3 months, you might be given an MVP Special rank.

  • Bronze I: 10,000 Nexon Cash (cumulative)
  • Bronze II: 100,000 Nexon Cash (cumulative)
  • Bronze III: 200,000 Nexon Cash (cumulative)
  • Bronze IV: 300,000 Nexon Cash (cumulative)
  • Silver: 300,000 Nexon Cash (in the past 3 months)
  • Gold: 600,000 Nexon Cash (in the past 3 months)
  • Diamond: 900,000 Nexon Cash (in the past 3 months)

MVP ranks will be changed in real time. For MVP Special ranks, purchases on the first day of each month will be worth more.

MVP Information

Your MVP rank and rewards can be seen in the Cash Shop. At the top is your current rank, then the amount of Nexon Cash you need to spend to reach the next rank, then buttons to claim your Item Pack (for MVP Bronze, you get 1 each time you achieve a new Bronze rank)/Special Pack (for MVP Special, you get 1 per month based on your rank) and your Daily Pack (1 per day per Maple ID).

MVP Bronze Fairy Bros

MVP Bronze will receive 2x the rewards from the Fairy Bros’ Daily Gift on certain days (the 7th, 11th, 14th, and 18th day based on your rank).

They will also receive 2x the PC Room Coins per level up when playing the game from a PC Room.

MVP Bronze Daily Pack

The Daily Pack will give the following items:

  • MVP Superpower Buff (30 minutes): 30 attack and magic attack [1]
  • MVP Healing Potion: 10,000 HP and MP [30]
  • MVP Plus EXP Buff (30 minutes): +50% experience [1]
  • MVP Megaphone: effect is based on rank [1]
  • Mu Lung Mind and Body Training Centre Charm [1 hour version for Bronze IV only]

MVP Bronze Item Pack

The Item Pack will give MVP Bronze titles (based on your rank). The Bronze I title gives 1 attack and magic attack, the Bronze II gives 2 attack and magic attack and 4 all stats, the Bronze III gives 3 attack and magic attack and 5 all stats, and the Bronze IV gives 4 attack and magic attack and 6 all stats.

The stats on these titles expire after 90 days.

MVP Special Fairy Bros

MVP Special will also receive extra rewards from the Fairy Bros, but for even more days, including the 7th, 11th, 14th, 18th, 21st, 25th, and 28th based on your rank.

They will receive 2x the PC Room Coins per level up when playing the game from a PC Room.

MVP Special Star Force Discount

Based on the MVP Special rank, they’ll receive Star Force enhancement cost discounts. 3% for Silver, 5% for Gold, and 10% for Diamond.

MVP Special Auction House Benefits

MVP Specials will receive premium benefits in the Auction House, including no search limits, increase in buying/selling slots, usage of the advanced combo box search, increased auction duration, and a lowered tax.

MVP Special Daily Pack

The Daily Pack will give the following items:

  • MVP Superpower Buff (30 minutes): 30 attack and magic attack [1]
  • MVP Healing Potion: 10,000 HP and MP [50]
  • MVP Megaphone: effect is based on rank [3/4/5]
  • Mu Lung Mind and Body Training Centre Charm [3 hours/6 hours/12 hours]
  • MVP Plus EXP Buff (30 minutes): +50% experience [1/2/3]
  • MVP Teleport World Map: 5 minute cooldown [1/1/1]
  • MVP Only Mu Lung Dojo Entrance Coupon: lets you increase Mu Lung Dojo’s daily entry limit by 1 [1/1/1]
  • Monster Park REBORN Discount Entry Coupon: lowers the Maple Points cost of entering Monster Park REBORN [1/2/3]

MVP Special Special Pack

The Special Pack will give the following items:

  • MVP Title: [MVP Silver (5 attack and magic attack, 7 all stats, 500 HP and MP)/MVP Gold (7 attack and magic attack, 8 all stats, 500 HP and MP, 5 speed)/MVP Diamond (10 attack and magic attack, 10 all stats, 500 HP and MP, 5 speed, 6% defense ignore)]
  • Maple Points Coupons: [3,000/6,000/9,000]
  • MVP Nametag Ring/Chat Bubble Ring: effect is based on rank
  • MVP Special Only Damage Skin
  • Damage Skin Storage Scroll
  • MVP Special Cape [X/Shine Noblesse/Eternal Noblesse]
  • MVP Medal [X/Born to be Gold (3 attack and magic attack, 3 all stats, 5 jump)/Born to be Diamond (5 attack and magic attack, 5 all stats, 500 HP and MP, 7 jump)]
  • MVP Diamond Only Hired Merchant [X/X/MVP Diamond Shop]
  • MVP Diamond Only Char [X/X/Glow Spell]

MVP Special Items

Here’s what the special titles, equipment, and other items look like!

Skill Related

You can no longer use town returning skills while in the same map that the skill would take you to.

An error where damage increasing skills would not show up on your stat window’s range.

  • Elemental Charge Paladin’s Elemental Charge
  • Quick Draw Captain’s Quickdraw
  • Spirit Infusion Mercedes’ Spirit Infusion
  • Battle Rage Battlemage’s Battle Rage
  • Affinity IV Angelic Burster’s Affinity IV

An error where certain final damage increasing skills’ effects would not apply to critical hits has been fixed.

  • Hero’s Combo Attack, Chance Attack, Enrage
    We found that after fixing this error, Hero’s damage was a bit high. So we have changed some values and also used this opportunity to lower the gap in damage between fighting bosses and regular hunting.

    • Weapon Mastery Weapon Mastery: 10% final damage boost passive has been added
    • Chance Attack Chance Attack: 20% critical rate boost passive has been added
    • Enrage Enrage: final damage boost has been decreased from 60% to 25%, critical rate boost has been deleted
  • Mikhail’s Soul Rage

Goddess of Chance Blair

Goddess of Chance Blair Event

The Goddess of Chance Blair event has begun and will run until December 2.

Goddess of Chance Blair

While you’re logged in, the Goddess of Chance, Blair may appear randomly. She will direct you to the Cash Shop where certain items will be put on sale for you.

Blair's Chance Sale

Four items at a time will be selected to be put on sale. There is a time limit (I think its 18 hours or something).

50% Sale Items

These items will be put on sale for 50%, including the Red Cube, Black Cube, Additional Cube, Maple Style Coupons, Maple Points Packages, Royal Style Coupons and the Mannequin item.

White Additional Cube

Blair also has special items which are not sold elsewhere in the Cash Shop. This includes the White Additional Cube which costs 3,000 NX. It is a special type of Cube which resets your Additional Potential but allows you to choose if you would like to keep your old potential or change to the new potential.

Superior Protect Shield and Blue Marine Series

She can also sell the Superior Protect Shield for 7,900 NX or the Blue Marine Series equipment.

Epi's Box (Chair and Riding)

Finally, she has two special versions of the Epi’s Boxes, one for only chairs and one for only ridings.

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  1. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 8:53 pm

    first

    • some guy
      November 13, 2015 at 9:17 pm

      Cheated to second noobs

      • Gtfo
        November 13, 2015 at 9:55 pm

        Gtfo

  2. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 8:59 pm

    Honestly…

  3. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    Hey max, is the dragon flight/glide skill still there?

  4. Tito
    November 13, 2015 at 9:18 pm

    Hey max is the dragon flight/glide skill still there?

    • Max
      November 13, 2015 at 10:33 pm

      From what I heard, you can only glide if you’re riding Mir as a mount, you can’t do the jump + hold to glide thing anymore.

      • Anonymous
        November 14, 2015 at 9:21 am

        RIP Evan without blink nor glide. Time to quit Evan.

      • Dark Evan
        November 17, 2015 at 1:25 am

        Hey max, what do you make of this?:
        http://m.blog.naver.com/tmvhsw/220539835420
        I can’t read korean, and google translating it makes absolutely no sense, so I can only really understand the pictures.
        It almost seems like a Inkwell’s Secret Diary, the way the pictures are presented, as well as what i can make out of the text and content of the pictures from google translating
        I see equipment based on the new Evan artwork as well as what appears to be a new map, which in turn appears to be designed with 2D skeleton animation.

  5. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 9:23 pm

    RIP ARANS

  6. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 9:24 pm

  7. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 9:57 pm

    Looks like evans are screwed, they even delete the ability to glide without the need to mount on mir!

  8. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 10:11 pm

    hmm….i guess i still accept evan… exchange speed attack to ignore boss damage reflect haha

  9. Toshix
    November 13, 2015 at 10:13 pm

    i guess i still can accept evan with exchange of spd attack to ignore dmg reflect haha / A\

  10. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 10:30 pm

    So last minute nerf on Aran… I feel with the lose of 120 attack, 20% damage, Beyonder Blades damage being cut in half, and the nerf to Final Blow that Arans are actually weaker than before the patch…

    • Anonymous
      November 13, 2015 at 11:11 pm

      Ikr, so much for the idea that the Aran revamp would only change some of his skills but that his main core mechanics wouldn’t be affected. With the massive damage boost to skills thanks to Adrenaline, its like Arans will now depend on that skill to regain their now lower bossing potential.

      • Anonymous
        November 13, 2015 at 11:44 pm

        To be fair the damage increase from what GMS has now compared to this makes them maybe 1.5 – 2x stronger w/o Adrenaline Boost.

        • Anonymous
          November 14, 2015 at 12:10 am

          As a dude who mains an Aran I’d like to believe you, I do really, but prove to me that large damage nerf + skill damage nerf makes them stronger than current GMS Arans.

          • Anonymous
            November 14, 2015 at 1:58 am

            You lose 20% damage, which stacks with other % damage, Skill reinforce damage and boss damage and gain 35% final damage slight improvement. And 120 attack, probably the most harmful thing here.

            Current FBBB 7985.4%DPS, Smash Swing BB 10967.3 .. so almost 40% better in damage…
            Hmmm I guess I forgot about that 120 attack…. At least we have a summon? And Judgment is fast to cast with decent damage and DoT?
            I think that makes it 12664%DPS? 58.5% improvement. + AFA and dynamic mastery, if u want.

            And then you have Adrenaline Boost 42878%DPS, yes really, though it only last for 15 seconds, and takes maybe 40-50 seconds to get into it.

            Average Adrenaline Boost and normal attacks and you get 19636.5%DPS HAZA! And if hunters target can be cast in less than a second then you’ll average 20638%DPS. Why would anyone ever charge this skill?

          • Anonymous
            November 14, 2015 at 10:38 am

            That’s nice and all but you’re proving my point that Adrenaline will be somewhat necessary to boost Aran’s hunting ability. Credit where its due though I guess im okay with making Smash Swing more useful than FB + BB.

        • Anonymous
          November 14, 2015 at 10:47 pm

          5th job is coming…

          • Anonymous
            December 21, 2015 at 12:16 am

            vwhen?

  11. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 11:43 pm

    I was wondering where the hell those epi mount/chair boxes were. I was stupid and figured i’d get them from regular epi boxes as a rare item
    7k maple points well spent though, got 400m back out of scrolls, haw haw, you lose nexon.

  12. Anonymous
    November 13, 2015 at 11:54 pm

    Nerf heroes more….

    • Anonymous
      November 14, 2015 at 1:22 am

      From hero to zero!

  13. Anonymous
    November 14, 2015 at 12:03 am

    How much does Spell Traces cost in the Cross Hunter shop now?

    • Anonymous
      November 14, 2015 at 1:08 am

      they’re now 35 per 100 traces

  14. November 14, 2015 at 2:46 am

    all that mvp stuff. the rewards including dmg skin and hired merchant look awesome but seriously… 900,000k nx in 3 months ….. i mean all i need is the normal mvp for dmg skin. If you drop out of mvp later do you still keep everything you had? such as ring and thought bubble or does it reset.

    • Max
      November 14, 2015 at 1:26 pm

      I think most of the items will only last 90 days.

  15. Gabay
    November 14, 2015 at 5:09 am

    lol
    New Aran/Evan Hair Coupon (M/F)
    New Aran/Evan Face Coupon (M/F)

    its so ugly!

  16. Xenomata
    November 14, 2015 at 6:55 am

    Question, do Swing Research II and/or Swing – Reinforce affect Final Blow or the shockwave released in Adrenaline mode? And can v be held down while pressing the attack key multiple times to effectively “spam” Final Blow/Beyonder?

  17. CJ
    November 14, 2015 at 9:56 am

    Hey Max, does charging Boost End – Hunter’s Targeting grant you invincibility to %HP attacks and Akyrium’s Screen Crack?

  18. Anonymous
    November 14, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    well aran is officially dead. rip

  19. Anonymous
    November 14, 2015 at 2:38 pm

    “An error where certain final damage increasing skills’ effects would not apply to critical hits has been fixed.”

    Hero’s Combo Attack, Chance Attack, Enrage

    FINALLY. This is a pretty huge change for Hero. If combo attack now affects critical damage properly, they’ve changed the way it is calculated.

    Chance attack was similarly changed a few months ago, but I have yet to see anyone post an update showing how that has affected damage.

    -25% damage overall to Enrage is a massive nerf, but I’d guess this is being offset by the new formula change.

    Does anyone know the new damage formula for Hero now?

    • Anonymous
      November 15, 2015 at 7:01 am

      No video indication, but I’m pretty sure they made crit multiplicative to ACA, Chance Attack and Enrage rather than addictive, which would definitely be a huge buff.

      Before the fix months ago, Chance Attack and Enrage are both considered ‘+ % Total Damage’, which made them addictive to each other, resulting in a total of +85% TD.

      The fix changed Chance Attack into a ‘multiplier’, which means instead of stacking 60% + 25% = 85%, they multiply instead to give 1.6 x 1.25 = 2x. (+100%).

      ACA is a unique case, presumably bugged, such that when it comes into play, crits becomes a +70% (base 50% + 20% Incising) instead of a 1.7x multiplier.

      Anatomy of Hero damage pre-1.2.248:
      Enrage: +60% TD
      Chance Attack: 1.25x multiplier
      ACA: 2.4x multiplier
      Incising: +20% crit damage

      When everything comes to play:
      Without Crit:
      No Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 = 3.0x
      W. Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.60 = 4.8x

      With Crit:
      No Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 + (0.50 + 0.20) = 3.7x
      W. Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.60 + (0.50 + 0.20)= 5.5x

      This is why as a hero, our non-crit and crit damage are so similar.

      Anatomy of Hero damage post-1.2.248:
      Weapon Mastery: +10% TD
      Enrage: +25% TD
      Chance Attack: 1.25x multiplier
      ACA: 2.4x multiplier
      Incising: +20% crit damage

      When everything comes to play:
      Without Crit:
      No Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.1 = 3.3x
      W. Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.35 = 4.455x

      With Crit:
      No Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.1 x 1.7 = 5.61x
      W. Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.35 x 1.7 = 7.5735x

      Essentially, all our multipliers changed for the better except Enrage + non-crit. Considering RB has 2 hits of free crit, it more than compensates. Anyways, Hero got buffed hard.

      • Anonymous
        November 15, 2015 at 8:51 am

        Thanks for the explanation, and the numbers.

        Just a few bits that look slightly off there with Enrage.


        When everything comes to play:
        Without Crit:
        No Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.1 = 3.3x
        W. Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.35 = 4.455x
        With Crit:
        No Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.1 x 1.7 = 5.61x
        W. Enrage: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.35 x 1.7 = 7.5735x ”

        With Enrage I calculated
        Non Crit: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.35 = 4.05x
        Crit: 2.4 x 1.25 x 1.35 x 1.7 = 6.885x

        Just wondering if this was a calculation error or if you factored something else in?

        Your point still stands though. All multipliers have been improved apart from the Non-Crit Enrage which is now worse.

        Overall fantastic changes.

        • Anonymous
          November 15, 2015 at 6:12 pm

          You’re right. I accidentally multiplied 1.1 to everything again. Anyway with Enrage, its 2 hits of guaranteed crit; factoring 25% crit for the remaining 5 hits would average to 3 crits per RB.

          Old RB would have a avg multiplier of 3 x 5.5 + 4 x 4.8 = 35.7x
          New RB would have a avg multiplier of 3 x 6.885 + 4 x 4.05 = 36.855x

          And that is with base crit rate.
          +15% crit rate from Phantom link would give 40% crit, or 4 crits per RB on average.
          Old:
          4 x 5.5 + 3 x 4.8 = 36.4
          New:
          4x 6.885 + 3 x 4.05 = 39.69

          In reality, marginal difference for base crit, but more significant when we bring in higher crit rates like Phantom link and DSE. Imagine if they kept 60% Enrage, that would give some insane numbers.

          TBH while they inevitably did a good job with ACA, the 1 thing I want more is for Incising to apply Chance Attack so that I no longer need to use Panic to trigger it.

          • Anonymous
            November 15, 2015 at 11:48 pm

            That’s a change I’d like to see too. They could easily change it so Incising counts as a blind debuff (the same way threaten does) or ideally just expand Chance Attack to cover more status ground.

            60% enrage with these changes would have been incredible. It does still give 15% minimum critical damage though, so does that change our critical multiplier from 1.7 to 1.85?

            Beyond these major changes, there are still a few more smaller damage and aesthetic tweaks I’d personally like to see happen.

            Firstly, I would welcome axe animations with open arms. As an axe hero, its somewhat obnoxious seeing my huge axe turn into a sword when I’m using anything but raging blow. It reminds me of the days that intrepid slash didn’t have an axe animation at all.

            Rage Uprising (sword)
            Panic (sword)
            Rush (sword)
            Incising (sword)
            Combo Fury (sword)
            Cry Valhalla (sword, though it is a buff)

            2nd Job
            I dislike the recent KMS change to Mastery even if axes did get 5% damage. Not that it matters a great deal, but I’d rather they didn’t favor one type of weapon. Swords could quite easily have got a 5% crit rate bonus (or min crit damage bonus). I get that they are trying to promote axes, but promoting one weapon over the other somewhat negates the point of having the option.

            3rd Job
            Self Recovery should be % based and I’d like to see it combined with endure (or removed completely) freeing up a slot for a new skill.

            4th Job
            Stance requiring 30 SP is complete rubbish for a fourth job skill. Considering warriors were the pioneers of Stance, its mad that we put 30 SP into it and get nothing other than a 60% stance chance. Kind of ridiculous really if you compare this to other classes.

          • Anonymous
            November 16, 2015 at 12:36 pm

            “It does still give 15% minimum critical damage though, so does that change our critical multiplier from 1.7 to 1.85?”
            Nah, it doesn’t. 1.7 is the max crit multiplier. The min crit multiplier is 1.2 + 1.2 + 1.15 = 1.55

            As for your wishlist of changes, I kind of agree with everything you mentioned. Endure is like wuhtttt… 1% status resist per SP is just too stingy. I wont even mind if they removed the HP recovery from Self Recovery, and add the MP recovery part to Endure or something.

            I dont really mind 4th job skills like Stance costing too much SP because 4th job SP come super easily. I mean it is definitely nice to have more skills which can be useful, but we already have some of the better passives in the game so I can live with it.

            For now I only really have 2 skill ideas in my wishlist:
            A skill which adds x% crit rate for using a sword and x% max crit damage for using an axe
            A skill which adds status resist and/or weapon attack depending on % HP missing

          • Anonymous
            November 16, 2015 at 12:40 pm

            A skill which adds status resist and/or weapon attack depending on % HP missing – by that I mean at lower HP you get more benefits, just like that 3rd job Luminous skill encourages playing below full HP. Makes sense for hero because are are more or less the ‘berserker’ class of all warrior classes.

  20. ween
    November 14, 2015 at 5:25 pm

    wow yet more rebalancing and no 5th job yet. what a joke.

    • Dark Evan
      November 15, 2015 at 5:10 pm

      One of the things they said had to be done before 5th job was balancing out all the jobs.
      Chill out.
      I do believe it will arrive in KMS by summer though.
      1. they’ve had plenty of time to develop it. There are full games that have taken less time to work on
      2. They said that 5th job would take a while because they want each skill to have incredibly intricate animations, guess what the 2D skeleton system does? Makes designing and implementing intricate animations easier
      3. They said that they need to make sure that it’s all balanced and no class gets left behind, since they’re releasing it for every class at once, which means they have to balance 4th/hypers first.
      4. Evan and Aran have been waiting for their turn for an aesthetic touch-up since Tempest ramped up the graphical standards. That was in summer 2012, nearly 3 and a half years ago. Meanwhile most of the cygnus knights got their turn in spring 2013, the adventurers got their update in summer 2013, and the rest of the cygnus got their turn in spring 2014 even the resistance, released 7 months after evan, and a YEAR after Aran, got their turn in Fall 2014.
      We’ve waited longer than anyone else, so bringing US up to speed should be given higher priority than giving EVERYONE new skills.
      Everyone else had their revamp.
      Cygnus had Cygnus Awakening/Returns
      Adventurers had RED: Revolution, Evolution, Delight/Defiance: First Impact
      Resistance had their time to shine in Black Heaven: Third Chapter/First Chapter
      Now it’s our turn in Heroes of Maple: REBORN

      We’ve been waiting for this since BEFORE 5th job was announced. It’s only fair that you wait til AFTER we’ve had our turn, ESPECIALLY since you’ve already had your turn.

      • Anonymous
        November 16, 2015 at 6:05 am

        Really? Evan DESERVES this kind of screwed-up revamp? Like SERIOUSLY?

        Ignoring the fact they changed our gameplay, the nerfs(those who main an evan since release will know) and how complex the control is, I found out 1 more DISTURBING fact: The new attacks BLOCK bosses (i.e. the player and his party member will not be able to SEE what the boss is attempting to do when evan’s attacking skills are in effect), and I’m referring to ALL the attacks including fusion skills.

        For those who don’t go to bosses like CRA, yeah no big deal. For those who does and has a CRA squad, this is a BIG issue as you are gonna be a liability by BLOCKING your squad member’s view(and YOURSELF) of the boss (You can’t see what the boss is going to do or where is it facing). Sure, you can tell yourself that you can get used to it(and suffer a HUGE DPS loss by attacking way less than you should), but do you really think that other player will do that? Most likely they will do the easy way out: KICK you out of their squad.

        So evans are more party-friendly after the revamp? I highly doubt so! And thank you nexon for your HORRID designs that will eventually screw evan players and their squad up!

        • Dark Evan
          November 17, 2015 at 1:40 am

          Doesn’t the system block the animations of other party members during high level bosses such as Chaos Root Abyss?
          At least in GMS and KMS?
          I’m pretty sure it does. If it didn’t, there would be a LOT of other people complaining about partying with other classes that already exist.
          And i’m pretty sure that only Evan’s stronger attacks block that much of the screen, you can litterally just use swift of wind
          Squad? If i had any friends around my level of power i COULD go to Chaos Root Abyss, unfortunately here in GMS, people are too afraid to try what they can’t solo, too lazy to practice what they can’t solo, when they can simply be carried by someone who CAN.
          And you can’t get kicked out of a squad if you’re at the head of a squad, because the head is the only member with the power to kick people out
          You can’t force people to stay, but you can’t be forced to leave.
          Some people are already used to it, by the way, there are videos of CRA AND even Lotus Stage 2 done by Evans.
          There are plenty of characters with over the top animations other than Evans
          Evans hit faster than Illusion+Dragon Sparking with JUST Circle of Mana+Advanced Dragon Sparking, which means a capping Evan has more DPS WITHOUT using Mir OR fusion skills.

    • Monster Zed
      November 16, 2015 at 5:03 am

      Word of the wise (that’s me btw *evil grin*). 5th job will not be what you expect. If it was to be just another job tier it would be fail on release. Already characters are too similar and have most if not all the commodities by the time they finish 4th – crit boosts, high masteries, flashjumps, stances etc.

      Also with so many ppl already having a high level character and by that i mean near 200 it would fail on release as there would be no playing required to get it. You would get it all day one, no dedication required.

      Obviously that must not happen for Nexon to bring back players and KEEP them invested.
      That and 5th job will have to offer something else then “more lines, more %”, because with 4th already some classes have half a screen covered in numbers when they fight.

      5th might take a while, but whatever it’ll be, it’ll be VERY different from all the previous job tiers, both in acquisition and fuctionality.

      • Dark Evan
        November 18, 2015 at 9:04 pm

        I agree somewhat. I believe that most, or all classes will have a 5th job that will capitalize on their individual gimmicks, taking them to a new level.
        Which may be one of the reasons why an Evan revamp more along the lines of Cygnus Returns than RED, was necessary.
        Don’t get me wrong, the growth system was a unique gimmick, but not one that changes gameplay, and as such, not one who’s gameplay can be focused on in 5th job.
        Unlike say, the Fusion Skill system, which can easily be expanded upon in 5th job.
        Think of it this way:
        Lots of classes already have their gimmick get boosted as they advance.
        Phantom can’t use loadout/judgement draw until 2nd job, and it gets a boost in 4th.
        Kaiser gains a new stage of Transfiguration in every advancement, except in 4th job where his Final Form/Final Figuration, gets stronger.
        Similarily, Luminous is essentially stuck with either sunfire or eclipse in 1st job in KMS, can only switch between the two of them in 2nd job (no equilibrium state, transitions directly between sunfire and eclipse), unlocks the equilibrium in 3rd, it enhances in 4th.

        However, there MUST be buffs in 5th job, and to have buffs, you need commodities.
        You say there aren’t any, but I thought of a few in but a few minutes. Maybe you just lack the creativity or outside the box thinking that a WISE man ought to possess.
        These are a couple commodities that only a few classes have and are in short demand:
        % HP damage reduction,
        elemental resistance.
        max damage increase.
        They could have merely nerfed element resistance hard because they wanted everyone to be on an even playing field until everyone got such a buff in 5th job, and so they wouldn’t have to think of replacement skills for classes that had skills that ONLY did that/merge other skills to make room for it.
        Very few classes have a way to tank 100% damage attacks.
        I think an extra safety net is important. One based on skill rather than luck like Shade’s link.
        Most classes can bypass the damage cap, but with only a single buff, and it only raises said cap by 10%, and even then only half the time.

        On top of that, you may have forgotten that the level cap was raised, and i believe that was for a REASON.
        So far, there is little reason to go even part of the distance to 250 apart from prestige, and to do full damage/accuracy on the few monsters and bosses who are over level 200

        I don’t believe that 5th job will max out at 200, or at least, if it does, I believe that we’d get new hyper skills for 5th job past 200 (up until 250), the same way 4th job skills get hypers after they’re maxed at 140
        To be wise, you have to be open minded, you have to accept things as they are, not as you want them to be.
        You want everything to be edgy, but then, they were never really intended to be edgy.

    • keyantheevan
      November 17, 2015 at 3:26 pm

      I’ve waited longer then 5th job was announced for this update.

  21. Anonymous
    November 14, 2015 at 11:30 pm

    Any changes in their storyline, Max?

    • Max
      November 14, 2015 at 11:40 pm

      Nope.

      • Monster Zed
        November 16, 2015 at 4:54 am

        So evan still starts out as KFC supplier chain slaveworker, Aran gets to be Mr.Tru’s lapdog while not pushed around by Lilin, Mercedes has a a stick in her rear, and luminous after an awesome start of torching a house in middle of nowhere and teaching snobs from ellnia what happens when you mess with the wrong guy goes soft, civilized and dangerously mercedes-like….

        Luckily resistance characters suffer from no such story horrors:)

        • Dark Evan
          November 17, 2015 at 8:12 am

          Cut it out. They’re heroes, not villains, not anti heroes.
          Evan worked on a Pig Farm. They sold Pork.
          And that was the kind of simple and peaceful life the Heroes were prepared to die for.
          And it makes for a nice annecdote. A boy from nowhere with no future ahead of him, has a run-in with destiny and becomes a hero, a somebody, the sole heir to a centuries-old Legacy.
          If they were to change ANYTHING about Evan’s story, the LAST thing I’d want to change is where the journey starts.
          Aran’s just doing her best to do her part as a Hero
          Lilin’s pushing her around so that she’ll be strong enough to do things herself. Without her memories, she needed a push.
          On top of that, Tru’s business is in information dealing, he was litterally giving his merchandise away for free in the best interests of Maple World.
          Because a fairy queen isn’t going to be stiff and regal.
          Luminous wasn’t lashing out, he couldn’t control his new dark powers.
          His stiff personality is his original/true persona, which is why he went back to it after learning to control the Darkness

          And I like how you didn’t mention Shade/EunWol. Sure it was plenty dark enough for ya, but I doubted it was edgy enough.

  22. November 15, 2015 at 11:01 am

    Hi Max~ Is there an update that can buy greed pendant (+20% item rate) in the monster park’s shop?~

    • Max
      November 15, 2015 at 1:58 pm

      I actually just checked and yes, they added the Greed Pendant and a Monster Park damage skin to the shop as well!

  23. Anonymous
    November 15, 2015 at 1:47 pm

    Am seeing all these “RIP Aran” Post’s, when honestly if you love aran enough, adapt to the changes, Updates are neither buff nor debuffs. Just learn to adapt and conquer the update. Stop getting so worked up.

    • Anonymous
      November 16, 2015 at 8:25 pm

      actually i have one in the official version of the game. aran changes are HEAVY nerfs. my damage is lower across the board and the new 4th job skill is absolute garbage since it has to be used after another skill …

      everything is unsatisfying when playing aran. still low defense, still low health and now they have no damage

  24. November 15, 2015 at 5:10 pm

    That MVP effect looks cool,
    I like how cute the Goddess of chance looks
    Seeing these skill revamps and fixes…I wanna see it in action

  25. James
    November 15, 2015 at 10:07 pm

    Max, help!! How can I activate the tornado and big hammer skill of Aran’s 4th job? I never successfully activated them. I followed the command and it just can’t get out during Adrenalin rush period.

    • Anonymous
      November 15, 2015 at 11:34 pm

      You need to continuously mash attack for storm of fear, and for hunter targeting you need to hold the skill down. I have fairly low latency (~120ms) and I have horrendous issues with ctrl multi-tap sequences in KMS, so I can’t get storm out either, but I can get hunter targeting out with little issue.

  26. Anonymous
    November 16, 2015 at 3:49 am

    All the new heroes have their legs stretched and got old

    • keyan22
      November 17, 2015 at 3:13 pm

      Evan was always a teenager, I find it just makes him look more like one.
      As for the rest, they are old, Mercedes is over a couple hundred years.

      • Dark Evan
        November 18, 2015 at 2:10 pm

        And Luminous is in his thirties, i think, minus the time he spent frozen.
        He’d have to be a young adult, otherwise he’d show visible signs of aging during the decade or so he spent with Lania.
        Visible as in, he would be taller, and such.
        And if Evan’s the same height, as him, more or less, then he’d have to be at least a teenager, right?
        Aran’s age seems to be in his thirties or forties.
        Phantom ought to be close to Luminous in age. “They fight like brothers” -Shade
        Shade, well, i wonder if he even ages in his current state of existence.

  27. error
    November 16, 2015 at 5:31 am

    Will luminous get revamped?

    • Anonymous
      November 18, 2015 at 7:48 pm

      Seeing KMS’s recent trend of taking more away from a class then what they give in return, it would be best to leave Luminous the way it currently is.

  28. None
    November 16, 2015 at 9:53 am

    what’s the name of the white guy’s hairstyle? also is it on GMS?

  29. Jim
    November 17, 2015 at 6:03 am

    mantap gan perkembangan teknologi sekarang, , klw kita gak ikuti bisa ketinggalan kereta ,

  30. keyan22
    November 17, 2015 at 3:22 pm

    Hoping for this to come soon

    • Dark Evan
      November 18, 2015 at 2:13 pm

      Hey keyan, glad to see you’re on board!
      MajesticViet still has reservations about it after what they did in tespia.
      You’d better hope that the Evan Council Member is on board though, otherwise, they might try to get it canceled in GMS. Considering how bipartisan the community is about this, it shouldn’t be too hard for them to get a petition going…

  31. Anonymous
    November 17, 2015 at 8:12 pm

    I find it amusing how the patch “Heroes of Maple” changed the 6 heroes… And they decided to put the class Hero there too for fun.

  32. November 18, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    Wait….so is every hero going to to receive the same treatment?

    • Max
      November 18, 2015 at 7:57 pm

      No, just Aran and Evan got completely updated. The others haven’t been touched other than their illustrations and I don’t think they’ll be receiving many changes. All the heroes will be the focus of the new blockbuster though.

  33. Anonymous
    November 21, 2015 at 1:44 am

    I just tried Shade and fk what did I just done?!

    Hoping the blockbuster actually gives Shade a new life ;(
    It’s so depressing

  34. Copyright2005
    November 23, 2015 at 9:13 pm

    So when will this patch hit GMS?

  35. Anonymous
    November 23, 2015 at 10:27 pm

    So the skill %’s for Aran’s Beyonder and Final Blow don’t seem to match this blog’s numbers:
    http://m.blog.naver.com/tmvhsw/220523261855

    Both the blog and a screencap of the 4th job skill showcase say that Beyonder is 400%-500% rather than the 285%-315% mentioned here.

    • Max
      November 23, 2015 at 10:52 pm

      Those are the numbers from the test server 🙂

  36. Jen-EMS
    November 29, 2015 at 4:16 am

    I am playing Shade and i’m so bored when read this update

    • Jen-EMS
      • Asura
        December 2, 2015 at 11:15 am

        what do you mean bored? He’s getting buffed up

        • Jen-EMS
          December 2, 2015 at 11:27 am

          spirit claw was neft.how he goes bossing

          • Asura
            December 2, 2015 at 12:27 pm

            Lol no it’s not. Did you even read or watch the video? read again

          • Jen-EMS
            December 2, 2015 at 1:47 pm

            omg he read “Spirit Claw: deals 275% damage 3 times on up to 6 enemies, 3 second cooldown.”
            but i saw the video and it not cd

          • Asura
            December 2, 2015 at 8:27 pm

            It is Spirit Claw of the pink fox. not Shade. The pink fox friend is now fighting with you

          • Jen-EMS
            December 3, 2015 at 1:41 am

            oh ty so much

  37. der
    December 1, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    Well damn. I missed a lot.

  38. Asura
    December 2, 2015 at 11:17 am

    Hey max i have a question. So Aran doesnt come with the wolf anymore? Did they remove his mount?

    • Max
      December 2, 2015 at 12:52 pm

      He still has the same mounts.

  39. Anonymous
    January 1, 2016 at 10:00 pm

    Does anyone know if Evan is still affected by attack speed?

  40. Anonymous
    January 6, 2016 at 8:18 am

    i wish there is an anime like maplestory…it would be a good anime…OOOO pls…pls make an anime like maplestoryline pls…i be 1st supporter

  41. keebo
    March 5, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    question, if you have an Evan or Aran that exists prior the update that is past 4’th job, will you get all the level up boxes at once or can you only receive them when you hit that level in the update?

    • Max
      March 5, 2016 at 9:19 pm

      You only receive the 2nd/3rd/4th job boxes if you actually do the advancement while the event is on. If you already are 4th job you won’t get them.

  42. Shmulik
    April 30, 2016 at 8:06 am

    Hello
    I have question About the Evan dragon growth lvl of the revamp

    B4 revamp it was
    1st growth – lvl 10
    2nd growth – lvl 20
    3rd growth – lvl 30
    4th growth – lvl 50
    5th growth – lvl 80
    6th Final growth – lvl 120

    My question is About the lvl 20(2nd growth) and lvl 50(4th growth)

    The 5th growth changed from lvl 80 to 60(3rd advancement)
    6th Final growth changed from lvl 120 to 100(4th advancement)

    1st growth (lvl 10) and 3rd growth (lvl 30) stay the same

    Ty for helpers

    • Max
      April 30, 2016 at 12:51 pm

      Sorry I’m sort of confused. Is your question pertaining to the stages of Mir? Like which jobs have him with which sprites?

      • Shmulik
        May 1, 2016 at 12:35 am

        Hey Max

        My question was About the stages of mir evolution
        More About the lvl 20(2nd growth) and lvl 50(4th growth)

        The other stages i already know

        • Max
          May 1, 2016 at 1:45 am

          Evan only has 4 growths/advancements now, like all the other jobs.

          • Shmulik
            May 1, 2016 at 2:11 pm

            Hey again Max
            That i already know

            I talk About the advancement of the dragon it self
            how does it work after revamp?

            Cuz b4 revamp the dragon has 6 advancements
            And is it stay the same?
            (exept the 2 last growth that changed from 80 to 60 and 120 to 100)

  43. Anonymous
    June 23, 2016 at 2:57 am

    Can anyone help me on how to use the twister move for aran in gms. I can’t get it to work

  44. Anonymous
    June 27, 2016 at 2:09 am

    so.. aran got nerfed? i swear i hit harder before i quit but now it’s like..

  45. Anonymous
    July 12, 2016 at 5:39 am

    fuck you korea nexon. i spent so much money on the game just so you can destroy my fun and EVEN nerf it more on the upcoming patch. fuck you, i quit. -lv 230 aran

  46. May 26, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Hey Max
    can u plz send me in this comment an artwork of Luminous Revamp as dark version if it available? it looks exacly like normal luminous revamp but with black hair black robe and black orb

    cuz actully i was saw an picture of it but i didnt saved it and now it lost and i cannot find it again
    i found 1 in printest website where can i find any pictures of anything

    ty

  1. January 1, 2016 at 5:41 pm

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