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KMS ver. 1.2.259 – MapleStory V: 5th Job!

Maplestory V 5th Job

The first patch of the MapleStory V update has been released! It contains the arrival of the 5th job advancement as well as many system changes, a new UI, improvements based on user comments, the new Road of Vanishing area, and more!

Here’s a new TV commercial that Nexon released for this update.

Here is the MapleStory Update Info Center video for this patch, which gives a general overview of what was added.

ver. 1.2.259

Here’s the server selection screen for this patch.

Quick Growth

EXP Curve

The experience required to level up for certain levels 200 and lower have been decreased. Specifically, it begins with a minor decrease at around level 60 and goes up to a 30% decrease at levels 160~200. Thanks to Grey of Southperry for the experience table!

The damage cap has been removed, to allow infinite growth.

  • Existing characters’ skills that increase the damage cap have been removed or changed. The skill changes are as follows:
    • Archmage (F/P)’s Mist Eruption - Limit Canceller Mist Eruption – Limit Canceller has been changed into Mist Eruption - Reinforce Mist Eruption – Reinforce: Mist Eruption’s damage is increased by 10%. [required level: 155]
    • Marksman’s Sniping - Limit Canceller Sniping – Limit Canceller has been changed into Sniping - Boss Killer Sniping – Boss Killer: Sniping’s damage to bosses is increased by 10%. [required level: 195]
    • Shadower’s Assassinate - Limit Canceller Assassinate – Limit Canceller has been changed into Assassinate - Ignore Guard Assassinate – Ignore Guard: Assassinate’s defense ignored is increased by 10%. [required level: 195]
    • Angelic Burster’s Finitura Fettuccia - Maxed Reinforce Finitura Fettuccia – Maxed Reinforce has been changed into Finitura Fettuccia - Enhance Finitura Fettuccia – Enhance: Enemies inflicted with Finitura Fettuccia’s debuff will take 20% increased damage from you. [required level: 168]

Battle Related Formulas

Detailed Stats Window

Skill damage (damage range) has been reorganized.

  • In the detailed stats UI, your skill damage (damage range) will now be able to go up to 99,999,999.
  • In the detailed stats UI, you will be able to see a breakdown of your damage, boss damage, and final damage. Your final damage will now be included in your skill damage (damage range).

Critical damage has been reorganized.

  • Minimum and maximum critical damage have been combined into critical damage. Characters’ skills, abilities, character cards, equipment, equipment’s potential and additional options  have been changed accordingly.
  • In the detailed stats UI, minimum and maximum critical damage have been removed and have ben replaced with critical damage.
  • Critical damage increases both your minimum and maximum critical damage. Your critical hits will deal 20%~50% extra damage (with no critical damage), your critical damage will be added to both these values. (e.g. 15% critical damage means your critical hits will do 35%~65% extra damage)
  • Angelic Burster’s Soul Gaze can now be used together with Sharp Eyes.

Status resistance has been reorganized.

  • Status resistance has been changed from allowing immunity to status effects to reducing the duration of status effects by a certain percentage.
  • You can hover over the Status Resistance stat to see how much status effect duration reduction you currently have.
    • Based on the data from this user on Insoya, I made a graph showing how status resistance maps to status duration reduction.
  • The maximum status resistance has been increased to 500.
  • Monsters’ ability to ignore status resistance has been removed.
  • Hero’s Will can now release additional status effects.
  • Monsters’ skills that inflict deadly statuses have had their durations decreased and their cooldowns greatly increased.
  • Monsters will no longer use buff cancel.

Defense has been reorganized.

  • Physical defense has been renamed to defense.
  • The maximum defense limit has been increased to 99,999.
  • The hit damage calculation formula has been changed so that characters with low defense will take more damage than before while characters with high defense will take less damage than before.
  • Character Cards that give physical defense have been changed to other stats.
  • Magic defense has been removed and monsters’ attacks’ magical properties have been removed. Characters’ skills, abilities, character cards, equipment, equipment’s potential and additional options have been removed or changed to other stats.
  • In the detailed stats UI, magic defense has been removed.

Bowmaster Character Card

Hit-rate related logic has been reorganized.

  • Hit rate, accuracy, and avoid have been removed. Characters’ skills, abilities, character cards, equipment, equipment’s potential and additional options have been removed or changed to other stats.
  • Evasion rate will work the same, but characters’ skills, abilities, character cards, equipment, equipment’s potential and additional options have been removed or changed to other stats.
  • Hit rate depending on the difference between levels of the monster and your character has been removed. Now, your damage will be reduced by the same ratio.
  • In the detailed stats UI, physical accuracy, magic accuracy, physical avoid, and magic avoid have been removed.

EXP Rate

Monster experience rates based on the difference in level have been reorganized.

  • You will now gain more experience from monsters close to your character’s level.
    • Based on the data from this user on Insoya, I made a graph showing the effect of a level difference on the EXP acquired. At -10 and +10, you’ll get 100% exp, between -9 and +9, you’ll get 105% exp, and between -4 and + 4, you’ll get 110% exp.
  • When fighting monsters a certain level higher than your character or a certain level lower than your character, the experience and mesos you will receive will be decreased in proportion to the level difference.
    • Starting at -11 until -40, you’ll gain less and less experience until its 70% exp, continuing until -200.
    • Starting at +11 until +20, you’ll gain less and less experience until its 90% exp. Starting at +21 , it will be 70% exp and decrease much faster, until it is 10% exp at +32 or higher.
  • This does not apply to bosses.

Invincibility skills have been reorganized.

  • Certain monster skills that could ignore invincibility will no longer be able to do so.

Monster bind related skills have been reorganized.

  • Most monsters that could resist bind skills can no longer do so, but monsters’ resistance to binds’ duration has been increased.
  • Bind skills’ base durations have been decreased but based on the damage they do, their durations will be increased up to a maximum of +100%.
  • Certain bind skills will now do damage before they bind an enemy.
    • Archmage (I/L)’s Freezing Breath Freezing Breath: deals 450% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies
    • EunWol’s Bind Area Bind Area: deals 700% damage 3 times

Demon Avenger’s stats have been reorganized.

  • HP from leveling up, advancing, investing AP, and equipment has been reduced to 50% but each point of HP will now increase your skill damage (damage range) by 2x as much.
  • Inner Strength Inner Strength‘s HP boost has been decreased.
  • High Efficiency High Efficiency‘s effect has been decreased from +300% to +200% but it now applies to Elixirs and Power Elixirs.

Arcane River: Road of Vanishing

The new area Road of Vanishing has been added. The first gateway to the Black Mage, a place where everything has withered away, the adventure through the Road of Vanishing begins.

By completing the 5th job advancement to stop the Black Mage, find yourself facing the Door to the Present which leads to the Arcane River.

The first area through the door is the Road of Vanishing. Here you’ll find the monk who lost his memory, Kao, and together, you will overcome many obstacles.

In the Road of Vanishing’s Arcane Force maps, you’ll find strong monsters which will require you to acquire a new strength to pass. In addition, Arcane Force maps’ monsters will give more experience than regular monsters of the same level.

By completing the quest line in Road of Vanishing, you can acquire the Arcane Symbol. Afterwards, you can complete daily quests (up to 8 Arcane Symbols per day) or hunt monsters for more Symbols, which can be used to upgrade it further.

New maps have been added.

  • Nameless Town
  • Road to Vanishing Entrance
  • Lakeside
  • Lake of Oblivion
  • Land of Weathered Joy
  • Land of Weathered Joy and Rage
  • Land of Weathered Rage
  • Land of Weathered Sorrow
  • Land of Weathered Sorrow and Fun
  • Land of Weathered Fun
  • Mirage Cliff
  • Lakeside
  • Flame Area Cliff
  • Territory of Rock
  • Territory of Rock and Flame
  • Territory of Flame
  • Territory of Flame and Soul
  • Territory of Soul
  • Cave Entrance
  • Three-Path Road 1
  • Cave’s West Road 1
  • Cave’s West Road 2
  • Cave’s East Road 1
  • Cave’s East Road 2
  • Three-Path Road 2
  • Lower Cave
  • Upper Cave
  • Cave’s Inner Depths
  • Choice-Path Road
  • Arma’s Lair
  • Cave Exit
  • Fog Falls

UI Change

The main UI has been reorganized.

  • The design has been changed to be more open, with convenient access to the menu buttons.
    • Duplicate buttons have been cleaned up and certain categorizations were adjusted to make finding the menu you want more intuitive.
    • Some features that were only available through keyboard shortcuts have been added to the menu.
      • Daily Gift
      • Medals
      • Monster Collection

Quickslot Expand ButtonQuickslot Expanded

  • You can now choose to expand the quickslots by hiding the menu buttons.

Experience Bar

  • With the status information window’s location changes, it is easier to understand a character’s energy resource and experience.
    • The character status window has been moved to the middle of the screen.
    • The experience bar’s length and location have been adjusted.
  • The chatting window’s default size has been changed and a Battle tab has been added.
    • The minimized chatting window has been made smaller.
    • The chatting window can now be resized vertically and horizontally.
    • You will now be able to see information (which used to be shown in the lower right corner of the screen) including mesos and experience obtained in the chatting window’s Battle tab.
      • Note: In the Options UI, you can choose whether or not you would like to see the information appear in the corner of your screen (either way, it will always show up in the Battle tab).

The options UI has been reorganized.

  • New tabs have been added which allows you to find the options you want to change more easily.
  • An option to turn the Soul Weapon window on/off has been added.
  • In the Game Options, you can now change your Quickslot settings.
  • In the Setup Options, you can now choose to show battle related messages in the bottom right part of the screen or not.

Keyboard Shortcuts

The keyboard settings UI has been reorganized.

  • Hotkeys have been categorized into basic actions/character/dialogue/contents and will now be colour coded to make them easier to distinguish.
  • A Channel Change keyboard shortcut has been added.
  • The keyboard shortcut storage slots have been increased to 14.

Alert Icons

The icons on the left side of your screen have been reorganized.

  • The Contents button has been removed, and certain repeatable tips and quests have been removed as well.
    • The Cross Hunter UI can be opened using a keyboard shortcut.
    • The Daily Gift and Event List are available through the menu area’s Events button.
    • Evolving System, Root Abyss, Black Heaven, and Heroes of Maple are available through the Dimensional Mirror.
  • The ‘new’ contents icon mark image has been changed to be more obvious.
  • The numbers that were displayed next to each icon have been removed.

Dimensional Mirror

The Dimensional Mirror UI has been improved.

  • The contents’ names will now be shown all the time, allowing you to move to the desired content more easily.
  • Information such as the level and rewards will be displayed at the top.
  • Some content can no longer be accessed through the Dimensional Mirror but can be accessed through other methods.
    • Golden Temple can be accessed through the Maple Tutorial or a map in Mu Lung.
    • Ghost Park can be accessed through the Maple Tutorial or a map in Korean Folk Town.
    • Cygnus (Easy Mode) can be accessed through the Boss Queue.

World Map

The World Map UI has been adjusted.

  • The View Another World and View Another Area buttons have been removed.
  • By choosing specific worlds/areas, you can see each area’s World Maps.

Minimap

The Maple Tutorial button below the minimap has been removed.

  • When you login, the Tutorial window will automatically appear. When you close it, you will receive a confirmation message.
  • You can reopen the Tutorial UI using a keyboard shortcut.

Spring! Spring! Project!

Voice of Mapler

Based on comments from users in our ongoing Voice of Mapler campaign, we have made some changes to certain content that will be ready to release for this summer!

The Auction House has been improved.

  • The Maple Auction’s default size is now 1024 x 768.
  • The Auction House can now be accessed from all channels, through Quick Move and the menu button.
  • When using the Quick Search, search suggestions will now apear faster.
  • The search limit has been removed and the cooldown between searches has been decreased.
  • The Premium Auction Ticket features are now available for free. The Maple Auction Silver/Gold/Red Tickets have been removed.
  • You can now buy items individually from a bundle.
  • Star Force and level 160 equipment have been added to the search options.
  • After a search has been completed, additional search results will be added as they are found.
  • You can now search the Cash category for Cash and pet equipment.
  • Premium Masterpiece created items can now be traded in the Auction House.

Item Stacking

The following items’ maximum number of items per slot have been increased by up to 10x.

  • Elixir
  • Power Elixir
  • All Cure
  • Strange Cube
  • Pet Food
  • Tasty Food
  • Scroll Trace
  • Lion King’s Royal Medal
  • Cross Coin
  • Magnus Coin
  • Shadow Merchant Coin
  • Evolving Coin
  • Monster Life Coin
  • Enheim Coin
  • Kritias Coin
  • Absolabs Coin
  • Stigma Coin
  • Boss pieces
  • Extreme potions
  • Cube pieces
  • Soul pieces
  • Certain potions
  • Herbs
  • Ores

The same job groups will now share Cash Lockers. You can move Cash items freely between jobs of the same category (e.g. Aran and Evan can share items, Kaiser and Angelic Burster, Kinesis and other Kinesis, etc.). This applies to:

  • Adventurers
  • Cygnus and Mikhail
  • Heroes
  • Demon, Resistance, and Xenon
  • Nova
  • Zero
  • Kinesis

Link Skill UI

Link Skill transferring has been improved! In the Link Skill UI, you can now see all available Link Skills on the right side, and with a quick click of the Link button, you can receive that skill’s effects. You can also unlink them just as easily.

You will no longer lose experience in certain boss battles.

  • Easy/Normal Von Leon
  • Easy/Normal Arkarium
  • Hard Hilla

 

Equipment Tooltip

Additional options will now be shown separately from regular options in an equipment’s tooltip.

Zero will now be able to grow Lapis/Lazuli 7 into Lapis/Lazuli 8 using 5 Absolabs Coins when they reach level 180.

Zakum will now spawn more smoothly.

The following contents’ upper level limits have been removed.

  • Tangyoon’s Cooking Class
  • Romeo and Juliet
  • Chryse
  • Nett’s Pyramid
  • Dimensional Crack
  • Pirate Davy Jones
  • Devil Balrog

NPC List

The NPC list will now be shown along with the minimap. If you right-click an NPC with your mouse, you will be navigated towards them.

Certain hunting grounds’ monster regeneration rate have been increased. Certain maps’ terrain have been changed as well.

  • Fairy Academy Ellinel
    • Shining Lake Road 1~3
    • Above the Lake 2~3
    • 2nd Floor Library
    • 2nd Floor Hallway
    • 3rd Floor Library
    • Onion Plantation
    • Turnip Plantation
  • Mushroom Castle
    • Castle Walls 1~3
    • Skyscraper 1~3
    • Mast
  • Stone Giant Colossus
    • Exploration Field West Road 1~3
    • Exploration Field Dangerous Road
    • Exploration Field East Road 1~3
    • Bee’s Colony 1~3
    • Bee’s Home
  • Destroyed Henesys
    • Transformed Tino’s Forest
    • Transformed Tiru’s Forest
    • Transformed Tiguru’s Forest
    • Destroyed Henesys Marketplace
    • Destroyed Henesys Park
    • Destroyed Henesys North Hill
    • Strange Hill
    • Dreaming Road
    • Murky Spore Hill
    • Sullen Humming Road

NOTE: There was a server maintenance for KMS during ver. 1.2.258 that also increased regeneration rate of monsters in certain hunting grounds.

  • Damp Marsh
  • Place without Light
  • Dreaming Desert
  • Sahel Area 1
  • Sahel Area 3
  • Laboratory C-3
  • Laboratory C-1
  • Toy Factory <Floor 1> Area 1
  • Toy Factory <Floor 1> Area 2
  • Toy Factory <Floor 1> Area 3
  • Toy Factory <Main Floor 1>
  • Toy Factory <Floor 1> Area 5
  • Toy Factory <Floor 1> Area 6
  • Twisted Gallery (★)
  • Forgotten Gallery (★)
  • Cave of Trials 1 (★)
  • Cave of Trials 2 (★)
  • Road of Memories 1
  • Road of Memories 2
  • Road of Memories 3
  • Road of Memories 4
  • Road of Memories 5
  • Road of Regret 1
  • Road of Regret 2
  • Road of Regret 3
  • Road of Regret 4
  • Road of Regret 5
  • Knight Area 1
  • Knight Area 2
  • Knight Area 3
  • Knight Area 4
  • Knight’s Temple 1
  • Knight’s Temple 2
  • Knight’s Temple 3
  • Knight’s Temple 4
  • Knight’s Temple 5
  • Another Road of Oblivion 1 (★)
  • Another Road of Oblivion 3 (★)
  • Mechanical Grave Hill 1
  • Mechanical Grave Hill 2
  • Mechanical Grave Hill 3
  • Mechanical Grave Hill 4
  • Mechanical Grave Hill 5
  • Upper Tree Crossroad

During testing, there was an issue found with increasing the maximum number of inventory slots to 128 so it will not be available today. We will try and fix this issue as soon as possible.

Game Related

The number of items required to trade in for Absolabs Coins and Stigma Coins have been decreased.

  • 25 Basic Energy Cores (A Rank) + 1 Special Energy Core (S Rank) -> 1 Absolabs Coin
  • 25 Weak Stigma Soul Stones + 1 Twisted Stigma Soul Stone -> 1 Stigma Coin

Burning Stage 5

The speed at which Burning Fields gain stages has been increased.

Ultimatum Ring

The SEED rings can no longer be equipped together and when they are unequipped, their effects will be turned off. This applies to the following rings:

  • Restraint Ring
  • Ultimatum Ring
  • Limit Ring
  • Health Cut Ring
  • Mana Cut Ring
  • Durability Ring
  • Critical Damage Ring
  • Critical Defense Ring
  • Critical Shift Ring
  • Stance Shift Ring
  • Ring of Sum
  • Level Puff (S, D, I, L) Ring
  • Weapon Puff (S, D, I, L) Ring
  • Swift Ring
  • Overpass Ring
  • Shield Swap Ring
  • Reflective Ring
  • Burden Lift Ring
  • Risk Taker Ring
  • Crisis (H, M, HM) Ring
  • Recover Stance Ring
  • Recover Defense Ring
  • Tower Enhance Ring

Drops from monsters around your level will now stay on the map for 30 seconds. NOTE: This only applies to items such as event item drops and Medals of Honor.

Chaos Root Abyss Bosses

Root Abyss’ Chaos bosses can now be fought in channel 13, 14, and 15.

To increase smooth gameplay, the following content is now instanced.

  • Tangyoon’s Cooking Class
  • Horntail (Easy, Normal, and Chaos)
  • Hilla (Normal)
  • Easy Zakum
  • Chryse
  • Nett’s Pyramid
  • Dragon Rider
  • Escape
  • Kenta in Danger
  • Dimension Invade

Skill Related

For skills that give additional experience, the experience formula has been adjusted.

Monsters hit by EunWol’s Division Soul Attack Soul Division will now resist it for a certain period of time.

A maximum cap on the final damage boost of Kinesis‘ Psychic Force 1~3 skills has been added.

  • Psychic Force Psychic Force 1: DoT’s final damage is increased by 10% per second, up to 200% final damage
  • Psychic Force 2 Psychic Force 2: DoT’s final damage is increased by 25% per second, up to 400% final damage
  • Psychic Force 3 Psychic Force 3: DoT’s final damage is increased by 50% per second, up to 700% final damage

Angelic Burster’s Pink Scud Pink Scud movement speed has been slowed down.

Phoenix Buff Icon

Summon skills’ duration will now be shown in the buff window as an icon which you can right-click to cancel the summon. The following skills are affected:

  • Archmage (F/P)’s Ifrit
  • Archmage (I/L)’s Elquines
  • Bishop’s Bahamut
  • Bowmaster’s Phoenix
  • Marksman’s Freezer/Arrow Illusion
  • Captain’s Summon Crew/Octo Quarterdeck/Battleship Bomber
  • Cannon Shooter’s Magnetic Anchor/Support Monkey Twins/Rolling Cannon Rainbow
  • Wind Breaker’s Emerald Dust
  • Evan’s Summon Onyx Dragon
  • Mercedes’ Elemental Knight
  • Xenon’s Hologram Graffiti
  • Mechanic’s Robo Launcher: RM7/Support Waver: H-EX/Magnetic Field/Robot Factory: RM1
  • Kaiser’s Petrified

Certain pirate jobs’ Lucky Dice Lucky Dice will now have its cooldown decreased by 50% when you roll a 1.

Demon Slayer’s Dark Bind Dark Bind no longer does damage over time.

An error where Demon Slayer’s Blue Blood’s passive effect did not apply to all skills that consumed Force has been fixed.

Item Related

5th job advancement related items have been added.

  • Advancement item: Maple World’s Arcane Stone (Lv. 200)
  • Advancement item: Grandis’ Arcane Stone (Lv. 200)
  • Advancement item: Masteria’s Arcane Stone (Lv. 200)
  • Advancement reward item: Maple World Goddess’ Experience Potion (Lv. 200)
  • Advancement reward item: Grandis Goddess’ Experience Potion (Lv. 200)
  • Advancement reward item: Masteria Goddess’ Experience Potion (Lv. 200)

New Android Heart related items have been added.

  • Equipment: Black Heart (Lv. 120)
  • Etc: Damaged Black Heart

NPC Related

Goddesses

5th job advancement related NPCs have been added.

  • Horizon
    • Elda’s Stream
    • Maple World’s Goddess
    • Grandis’ Goddess
    • Masteria’s Goddess

Quest Related

New daily quests have been added to Mechanical Grave and Fallen World Tree.

Reboot World

Reboot 2

The new Reboot 2 world has been opened. It is exactly the same as the original Reboot world but I guess Reboot was super crowded so they made a second one haha.

In Reboot Worlds, certain monsters’ health, experience, and armor have been adjusted.

  • Level 30~69 monsters’ armor have been decreased.
  • Level 30~34/50~59 monsters’ health and experience have been decreased.

Meso Sale

In Reboot Worlds, you can now purchase certain items for mesos in the Cash Shop.

  • Buff Freezer
  • Wheel of Destiny

From today until August 17, Reboot and Reboot 2 will have all mesos costs in the Cash Shop halved.

From today until July 27, Reboot and Reboot 2 will have 2x drop 24/7.

Reboot 2 World Open Celebration

The Reboot 2 World Open Celebration event has begun and will run until August 3.

Reboot 2 Rewards

Newly created characters on Reboot 2 will receive the Plus Gift Box (this replaces the regular Reboot Gift Box during the event). This can be done once per Maple ID.

At certain levels, you will receive prizes when you open it.

  • Level 30: 20 million mesos, 100% Epic Potential Scroll, 300 Reboot Potions
  • Level 50: Reboot Hat, Choice Hair Coupon, Character Slot
  • Level 60: 30 million mesos, 100% Epic Potential Scroll, 5 Craftsman’s Cubes, Character Slot
  • Level 80: Reboot Ring (3 all stats, 20 HP/MP, 2 attack/magic attack, 10 defense), VIP Hair Colour Coupon, VIP Face Coupon
  • Level 90: 50 million mesos, 100% Epic Potential Scroll, 5 Meister’s Cubes, Character Slot
  • Level 110: Recipe Gift (choose one of Basic Android (M/F) Recipe/Almighty Ring Recipe/Experience Blessing Potion Recipe/Item Droprate Potion Recipe), Party Diary Gift
  • Level 120: 100 million mesos, 100% Epic Potential Scroll, 5 Eternal Rebirth Flames
  • Level 150: 200 million mesos, Master Pony Gift, Character Slot, Reboot 2 Pioneer medal (5 all stats, 3 attack/magic attack, gives +10% bonus experience for 30 days)

Arcane Equipment

Arcane Force

The new equipment system Arcane Symbol has been added.

  • Through content in the new area Arcane River, you can raise your character’s main stats and Arcane Force stat.
  • Arcane Force is required in the Arcane River area for various activities. If it is low, you will be disadvantaged but if it is high, you will receive benefits. (similar to Star Force)
  • You can get different kinds of Arcane Symbols in each of the Arcane River’s areas.
    • Currently, there are only two kinds: the Arcane Symbol and the Arcane Symbol: Road of Vanishing. In the future, you will be able to obtain the Arcane Symbol: Chu Chu Island and Arcane Symbol: City of Dreams.
  • Arcane Symbols can be equipped to increase your Arcane Force and main stat. The main stat given by Arcane Symbols is not affected by % stat increasing potential lines or additional options, it is a flat boost.
  • While equipped, duplicate Arcane Symbols can be combined into equipped ones to give them experience.
  • When an Arcane Symbol is at 99% growth experience, you can level it up by paying a meso fee (for me, it was 10m/20m/30m for level 2/3/4).
  • Arcane Symbols can go up to level 10.

5th Job Advancement

The 5th job advancement system has been added. 

Characters can begin the 5th job advancement quests in the Temple of Time at level 200 if they have completed the Kao quest line in Temple of Time beforehand.

5th Job Advancement

  1. Collect 3 Arcane Stones from the Maple World’s Goddess (given for free), Grandis’ Goddess (defeat Magnus, it seems any difficulty will work), and Masteria’s Goddess (find the Horizon portal in Fallen World Tree within 5 minutes). They can be found in special Horizon portals in Henesys, Pantheon, and Fallen World Tree.
  2. Arcane Stones can be activated one at a time, and when they have been active for 2 hours, they will be complete. Even if you log off while they are activated, the remaining time required will not be reset.
    • After an Arcane Stone’s activation is complete, there is an 8 hour cooldown before you can activate another one. This 8 hour cooldown will continue to go down even if you are not logged in.
    • This means that to complete the 5th job advancement, you need a minimum of 22 hours (2 hours for the first stone, 8 hour cooldown, 2 hours for the second stone, 8 hour cooldown, 2 hours for the third stone).
  3. While an Arcane Stone is active, it will collect all experience that your character gains. After you advance, these stones will become Experience Potions that you can use to receive that experience once again.
  4. After all 3 have been activated, you can advance to 5th job!

The goal of the 5th job advancement system and 5th job skills are the following:

  • To not radically change the existing battle patterns.
  • To add new battle experiences.
  • To continue to grow stronger.

We have created a foundation that meets the three conditions above, and through future updates, new skills, equipment, systems, and content will continue to be added.

The 5th job skill system V Matrix has been added.

  • You can install V Cores to acquire new skills and enhance existing ones.
  • V Cores are split into 3 types: Skill Cores, Enhancement Cores, and Special Cores.
    • Skill Core: if installed, you can acquire new skills
    • Enhancement Core: if installed, you can enhance existing skills
    • Special Core: only one can be installed, but if you satisfy its conditions you can get special abilities

Disassemble Cores

  • You can take your Skill Cores and Enhancement Cores to the Arcane River area’s town to the NPC Achelle and combine the same types of V Cores to rank them up.
  • All V Cores can be enhanced up to rank 20. However, enhancement skills unlocked by Enhancement Cores can go up to level 40. (this will make more sense when you read below)
  • You can also disassemble V Cores to get V Core Pieces. These pieces will be used in the Maker Mode system which allows you to create Cores (not currently implemented).

Core Gemstone

  • You can acquire V Cores by using Core Gemstones. Core Gemstones can be acquired through monster drops in the Arcane River area. They are tradeable!

V Matrix Slots

  • When you first advance at level 200, there will be 4 slots available in the V Matrix. Every 6 levels after that, you will unlock another slot. 
    • Note: I realize that this doesn’t match up with the total of 21 slots per page. Maybe at higher levels, it unlocks slots more frequently? It also says there are ‘other conditions’ that can unlock slots but I don’t know what they are.
    • Note: There are arrows that allow you to go to other V Matrix pages, but they don’t work yet. This might mean you can have more V Cores installed at one time or it will be like Rune Pages in League of Legends, where you can switch between ones for specific situations.

How does it work?

  1. Collect Core Gemstones.
  2. Open them to receive V Cores. This is random and you can receive both duplicates (used to level up your skills) and Cores for other jobs (useless). However, there is a larger chance of getting cores that your job can use.
  3. Install the Cores you would like to use. This will give you access to the new skills unlocked with Skill Cores, the skill enhancements with Enhancement Cores, and special abilities with Special Cores. The levels of the skills that Cores unlock depend on their rank (e.g. rank 2 Core will unlock a level 2 skill).
  4. You can level up your skills by combining Cores of the same kind. (e.g. combine a duplicate Arrow Rain Core with your installed one to give it experience). When a Core has gained enough experience, it will rank up, increasing the level of the skill.
    • NOTE: All Skill Core skills can go up to level 20.
    • NOTE: All Enhancement Core skills can go up to level 40.
    • NOTE: All Special Core skills can go up to level 1.

Here’s a short video with an overview of how to use the new system.

Skill Cores

New skills that can be acquired by installing Skill Cores have been added. Buff duration/cooldown reduction/cooldown resets do not affect 5th job skills.

Warriors

Aura Weapon Effect

  • Aura Weapon Aura Weapon: Infuse your weapons with life energy to give them extreme power. When the aura wave is attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 10% HP. For 31 seconds, increase your defense ignore by 10% and your final damage by 1%, and every 5 seconds, when you use an attacking skill, fire an aura wave that deals 51% of that skill’s damage with the same number of hits on up to 10 enemies. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 10% HP. For 50 seconds, increase your defense ignore by 14% and your final damage by 4%, and every 5 seconds, when you use an attacking skill, fire an aura wave that deals 70% of that skill’s damage with the same number of hits on up to 10 enemies. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Hero

  • Sword of Burning Soul Sword of Burning Soul: Create a sword of burning soul to fight with you. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [required skill: level 30 Raging Blow] [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 350 MP. For 41 seconds, create a sword of burning soul that follows you. By using the skill again, you can position the sword at a fixed location, but if you move too far, it will return to you. While the sword is summoned, Raging Blow is enhanced to deal 167% damage 9 times on up to 8 enemies. While you are fighting, every 1 second, the sword will deal 332% (364% while Enraged) damage 6 times if the Sword is with you or 301% (327% while Enraged) damage 6 times if the Sword is fixed somewhere else on up to 8 nearby enemies with an additional 50% critical rate. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 350 MP. For 60 seconds, create a sword of burning soul that follows you. By using the skill again, you can position the sword at a fixed location, but if you move too far, it will return to you. While the sword is summoned, Raging Blow is enhanced to deal 167% damage 9 times on up to 8 enemies. While you are fighting, every 1 second, the sword will deal 560% (630% while Enraged) damage 6 times if the Sword is with you or 510% (555% while Enraged) damage 6 times if the Sword is fixed somewhere else on up to 8 nearby enemies with an additional 50% critical rate. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Paladin

Holy Unity Effect

  • Holy Unity Holy Unity: Bind you and your allies with your holy power. You cannot bind with another Paladin or a party member that is binded with another Paladin. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 31 seconds, create a holy bond between you and one party member. If they move too far away from you, the bond will be broken. While bonded, the attacking skills you use will be used automatically by the bonded party member, dealing 51% final damage and some buff skills that you use will be used automatically by the bonded party member with 50% + 1% per 1000 STR (up to 100%) of the regular duration. You will also gain 20% final damage yourself while this skill is active. If there are no party members in range, you will just receive the final damage boost. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 50 seconds, create a holy bond between you and one party member. If they move too far away from you, the bond will be broken. While bonded, the attacking skills you use will be used automatically by the bonded party member, dealing 70% final damage and some buff skills that you use will be used automatically by the bonded party member with 60% + 1% per 1000 STR (up to 100%) of the regular duration. You will also gain 45% final damage yourself while this skill is active. If there are no party members in range, you will just receive the final damage boost. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Dark Knight

  • Dark Spear Dark Spear: Attack enemies with a spear holding the power of darkness. When used with the arrow keys, you can choose which direction the spear will attack. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage.[max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 350 MP. Create a spear of darkness that deals 382% damage 7 times on up to 12 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate and 50% defense ignore continuously for a short period of time. Cooldown: 10 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 350 MP. Create a spear of darkness that deals 610% damage 7 times on up to 12 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate and 50% defense ignore continuously for a short period of time. Cooldown: 10 seconds

Mikhail

Rho Aias Effect

  • Rho Aias Rho Aias: Protect your allies from enemy attacks using your shield. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 500 MP. For 40 seconds, all allies (including yourself) within the zone created by your shield will have all attacks’ damage received decreased by 74% (including % HP attacks). Movement skills cannot be used while holding your shield. The shield has 3 stages of protection, and each stage can block up to 10/10/15 attacks. When the shield disappears, your final damage is increased by 5% + 1% per 2 remaining defense counts for 78 seconds. You can use this skill again to instantly destroy the shield. Cooldown: 300 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 40 seconds, all allies (including yourself) within the zone created by your shield will have all attacks’ damage received decreased by 84% (including % HP attacks). Movement skills cannot be used while holding your shield. The shield has 3 stages of protection, and each stage can block up to 15/15/20 attacks. When the shield disappears, your final damage is increased by 5% + 1% per 2 remaining defense counts for 135 seconds. You can use this skill again to instantly destroy the shield. Cooldown: 300 seconds.

Soul Master

  • Celestial Dance Celestial Dance: Unleash the power of the sun and the moon at the same time. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 41 seconds, whenever you attack using one Stance’s attack, automatically create an after image that uses the corresponding attack with 31% final damage. When using attacking skills, every 5 seconds, create an additional attack based on the current Stance that deals (Rising Sun – 1240% damage 3 times/Falling Moon – 620% 6 times) on up to 10 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate.Cooldown: 150 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 90 seconds, whenever you attack using one Stance’s attack, automatically create an after image that uses the corresponding attack with 50% final damage. When using attacking skills, every 5 seconds, create an additional attack based on the current Stance that deals (Rising Sun – 2000% damage 3 times/Falling Moon – 1000% 6 times) on up to 10 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate. Cooldown: 150 seconds.

Aran

  • Install Maha Install Maha: Exert the original power of the polearm Maha. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Can only be used while Maha’s Domain is summoned. For 31 seconds, equip Maha (ending Maha’s Domain) to increase your attack by 5% and when attacking, every 3 seconds, create a blizzard that deals 310% damage 5 times on up to 10 enemies. Cooldown: 150 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Can only be used while Maha’s Domain is summoned. For 50 seconds, equip Maha (ending Maha’s Domain) to increase your attack by 9% and when attacking, every 3 seconds, create a blizzard that deals 500% damage 5 times on up to 10 enemies. Cooldown: 150 seconds.

Demon Slayer

  • Demon Awakening Demon Awakening: Awaken the true power of a Demon. When Cerberus attacks enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage.[max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 100 Force. For 31 seconds, awaken the true power of the Demon, increasing your final damage by 5%, critical rate by 50%, and allowing your attacks to automatically activate Cerberus every 8 seconds. In addition, Demon Slash will be enhanced and you will gain the ability to use Demon Trace while using Demon Slash. Enhanced Demon Slash deals 600% (1st/2nd attack)/700% (3rd attack)/800% (4th attack) damage 3 times on up to 6 enemies with an additional 50% defense ignore and 50% boss damage. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 100 Force. For 50 seconds, awaken the true power of the Demon, increasing your final damage by 7%, critical rate by 60%, and allowing your attacks to automatically activate Cerberus every 5 seconds. In addition, Demon Slash will be enhanced and you will gain the ability to use Demon Trace while using Demon Slash. Enhanced Demon Slash deals 600% (1st/2nd attack)/700% (3rd attack)/800% (4th attack) damage 3 times on up to 6 enemies with an additional 50% defense ignore and 50% boss damage. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Demon Avenger

  • Demon Frenzy Demon Frenzy: Burn your own body to receive the power to take endless revenge. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect with Demon blood, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 20% HP and 4000 HP per second. Healing items and skills cannot heal more than 1% of your maximum HP. Increase your final damage by 1% per 4% of your maximum HP consumed. Every few seconds, spill Demon blood on the ground for 5 seconds, dealing 308% damage 2 times continuously on up to 10 enemies standing in it. On/off skill. When toggled off, cooldown: 149 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 20% HP and 4000 HP per second. Healing items and skills cannot heal more than 2% of your maximum HP. Increase your final damage by 1% per 4% of your maximum HP consumed. Every few seconds, spill Demon blood on the ground for 5 seconds, dealing 460% damage 2 times continuously on up to 10 enemies standing in it. On/off skill. When toggled off, cooldown: 130 seconds.

Blaster

  • Bunker Buster Bunker Buster: Use your Revolving Cannon on enemies with special armor-piercing bullets.[max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 31 seconds, use your Gauntlet Revolver to automatically attack enemies with the enhanced Revolving Cannon. Enhanced attacks will deal 187% damage 8 times on up to 10 enemies with an additional 100% defense ignore. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 50 seconds, use your Gauntlet Revolver to automatically attack enemies with the enhanced Revolving Cannon. Enhanced attacks will deal 320% damage 8 times on up to 10 enemies with an additional 100% defense ignore. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Kaiser

  • Guardian of Nova Guardian of Nova: Summon the spirits of the ancient Kaisers to fight with you. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 30 seconds, summon 3 ancient Kaisers to fight with you. The Kaisers cannot move a certain range away from you. 6th Kaiser: deals 465% damage 4 times on up to 10 enemies. 15th Kaiser: deals 260% damage 6 times on up to 10 enemies. 27th Kaiser: deals 935% damage 2 times on up to 10 enemies. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 40 seconds, summon 3 ancient Kaisers to fight with you. The Kaisers cannot move a certain range away from you. 6th Kaiser: deals 750% damage 4 times on up to 10 enemies. 15th Kaiser: deals 450% damage 6 times on up to 10 enemies. 27th Kaiser: deals 1600% damage 2 times on up to 10 enemies. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Zero

Limit Break Effect

  • Limit Break Limit Break: Freeze time and breakthrough its limits. Binded enemies will resist Limit Break and all other bind skills’ effects for 90 seconds. While time is frozen, you cannot die and enemies will have their time slowed. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 50 Time Force. Deals 415% damage 5 times on up to 15 enemies. Enemies hit will be binded for 10 seconds, and based on the damage done, the bind duration will be increased up to 100%. For 30 seconds, your skill cooldowns (except skills not affected by cooldown resets) will decrease 100% faster, your attack speed will be increased by 2 stages, and all nearby enemies will be slowed. Cooldown: 240 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 50 Time Force. Deals 700% damage 5 times on up to 15 enemies. Enemies hit will be binded for 10 seconds, and based on the damage done, the bind duration will be increased up to 100%. For 40 seconds, your skill cooldowns (except skills not affected by cooldown resets) will decrease 140% faster, your attack speed will be increased by 2 stages, and all nearby enemies will be slowed. Cooldown: 240 seconds.

Magicians

Overload Mana Effect

  • Overload Mana Overload Mana: By overloading the mana flowing through your body, increase the power of your attacks. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: When using attacking skills (except for summons), consume an additional 2% of your maximum MP to increase your final damage by 8%. Jobs without MP can consume an additional 1% of their maximum HP to receive the same effects. On/off skill. When toggled off, cooldown: 59 seconds.
    • Level 20: When using attacking skills (except for summons), consume an additional 2% of your maximum MP to increase your final damage by 10%. Jobs without MP can consume an additional 1% of their maximum HP to receive the same effects. On/off skill. When toggled off, cooldown: 40 seconds.

Archmage (F/P)

  • DoT Finisher DoT Punisher: Summon fireballs from another dimension that follow enemies. The number of fireballs summoned is proportional to the stacks of damage over time of enemies. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 500 MP. Create 15 fireballs that find enemies for 30 seconds, each dealing 415% damage 5 times. For enemies within range, summon an additional fireball for every 1 stack of DoT on them. Enemies hit by multiple fireballs will take 50% reduced damage from the additional ones. Enemies hit by fireballs will take 203% damage every second for 10 seconds. Cooldown: 40 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 500 MP. Create 15 fireballs that find enemies for 30 seconds, each dealing 700% damage 5 times. For enemies within range, summon an additional fireball for every 1 stack of DoT on them. Enemies hit by multiple fireballs will take 50% reduced damage from the additional ones. Enemies hit by fireballs will take 260% damage every second for 10 seconds. Cooldown: 40 seconds.

Archmage (I/L)

Ice Age Effect

  • Ice Age Ice Age: Using an ancient glacier, cover the world in ice. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Create an icy area that deals 520% damage 10 times on up to 15 enemies then persists for 25 seconds, dealing 260% damage continuously and increasing Freeze stacks. Cooldown: 75 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Create an icy area that deals 900% damage 10 times on up to 15 enemies then persists for 25 seconds, dealing 450% damage continuously and increasing Freeze stacks. Cooldown: 75 seconds.

Bishop

  • Pray Pray: Through prayer, create a sacred blessing area. While using Pray, you cannot receive the effects of another Bishop’s Pray. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 31 seconds, create an area for party members that increases their final damage by 10%, heals 2% of their max HP and MP every few seconds, and removes status effects every few seconds. Final damage boost will be increased by 1% per 1500 INT, up to a maximum of 51% final damage. HP/MP heal will be increased by 1% per 2000 INT, up to a maximum of 15%. Attack speed boost will be increased by 10000 INT per attack speed stage, up to a maximum of 3 stages. You will receive 40% of the effects of the final damage boost. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 50 seconds, create an area for party members that increases their final damage by 10%, heals 2% of their max HP and MP every few seconds, and removes status effects every few seconds. Final damage boost will be increased by 1% per 1500 INT, up to a maximum of 70% final damage. HP/MP heal will be increased by 1% per 2000 INT, up to a maximum of 15%. Attack speed boost will be increased by 10000 INT per attack speed stage, up to a maximum of 3 stages. You will receive 40% of the effects of the final damage boost. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Flame Wizard

Blazing Orbital Flame Effect

  • Blazing Orbital Flame Blazing Orbital Flame: Shoot a huge flame in front of you that returns after a certain distance. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 350 MP. Shoot a huge flame in a specified direction that deals 620% damage 6 times on up to 12 enemies with an additional 50% defense ignore then returns to your position. Cooldown: 3 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 350 MP. Shoot a huge flame in a specified direction that deals 1000% damage 6 times on up to 12 enemies with an additional 50% defense ignore then returns to your position. Cooldown: 3 seconds.

Evan

  • Elemental Blast Elemental Blast: Use powerful consecutive magic spells of different elements. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Use 4 consecutive magic spells that deal 520% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate. Cooldown: 60 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Use 4 consecutive magic spells that deal 900% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate. Cooldown:60 seconds.

Luminous

Door of Truth Effect

  • Door of Truth Door of Truth: Summon the door of truth, beyond light and darkness. The door extinguishes surrounding enemies with the light of truth. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Summon the door for 25 seconds, dealing 260% damage 10 times on up to 12 enemies. You can use this skill once in Equilibrium state.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Summon the door for 35 seconds, dealing 450% damage 10 times on up to 12 enemies. You can use this skill once in Equilibrium state.

Battle Mage

  • Union Aura Union Aura: The power of all your Auras and the Reaper join together. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 100 MP. For 31 seconds, receive the effects of all your Auras at the same time, and Death will strengthen your Blow skills, consuming an extra 75 MP to deal an extra 250% damage 12 times with an additional 50% critical rate and 50% defense ignore. Cooldown: 150 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 100 MP. For 50 seconds, receive the effects of all your Auras at the same time, and Death will strengthen your Blow skills, consuming an extra 75 MP to deal an extra 250% damage 12 times with an additional 50% critical rate and 50% defense ignore. Cooldown: 150 seconds.

Kinesis

Psychic Tornado Effect

  • Psychic Tornado Psychic Tornado: With liberated telekinesis, create a whirlwind that gathers nearby objects around yourself. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 15 Psychic Points. For 20 seconds, create a tornado that deals 520% damage 4 times on up to 15 enemies around you continuously. The tornado will become larger over time, and after it has ended or you press the skill key again, throw the objects forward for a final attack, dealing 203% damage 2 times on up to 10 enemies continuously before they explode, dealing 360% damage 10 times on up to 10 enemies. Based on the size of the objects, their final damage will be increased by up to 3x. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 15 Psychic Points. For 20 seconds, create a tornado that deals 900% damage 4 times on up to 15 enemies around you continuously. The tornado will become larger over time, and after it has ended or you press the skill key again, throw the objects forward for a final attack, dealing 260% damage 2 times on up to 10 enemies continuously before they explode, dealing 550% damage 10 times on up to 10 enemies. Based on the size of the objects, their final damage will be increased by up to 3x. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Archers

Guided Arrow Effect

  • Guided Arrow Guided Arrow: Summon a spirit arrow that tracks and attacks nearby enemies. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 350 MP. For 20 seconds, create a spirit arrow near you. The arrow will attack 1 nearby enemy, dealing 260% damage 30 times then disappear. Cooldown: 20 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 350 MP. For 20 seconds, create a spirit arrow near you. The arrow will attack 1 nearby enemy, dealing 450% damage 30 times then disappear. Cooldown: 20 seconds.

Bowmaster

  • Arrow Rain Arrow Rain: Shoot sharp arrows that rain from the sky. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 41 seconds, your damage is increased by 15% and when attacking, every 5 seconds, arrows will rain from the sky for 2 seconds dealing 260% damage 5 times continuously on up to 15 enemies. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 60 seconds, your damage is increased by 25% and when attacking, every 5 seconds, arrows will rain from the sky for 2.5 seconds dealing 450% damage 5 times continuously on up to 15 enemies. Cooldown: 120 seconds.

Marksman

True Sniping Effect

  • True Sniping True Sniping: Accurately snipe enemies in your sights. Use your left mouse click to attack and right-click to cancel the skill. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Fire up to 4 arrows dealing 1248% damage 7 times on up to 12 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate and 100% defense ignore. Enemies closer to the centre of the scope will take increased damage, from 15% up to 100% based on the distance. You can aim for up to 7 seconds, during which you are invincible. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Fire up to 6 arrows dealing 2160% damage 7 times on up to 12 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate and 100% defense ignore. Enemies closer to the centre of the scope will take increased damage, from 15% up to 100% based on the distance. You can aim for up to 9 seconds, during which you are invincible. Cooldown: 180 seconds.

Wind Breaker

  • Howling Gale Howling Gale: Summon a ferocious gust to punish enemies. When summoned, consume all of your Wind Auras. The strength of the gust will depend on the number of Wind Auras consumed. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 500 MP. Every 20 seconds, acquire a Wind Aura, you can hold up to 2 at a time. 1 Aura – summon a gust for 10 seconds, dealing 260% damage 3 times on up to 10 enemies continuously. 2 Auras – summon a gust for 10 seconds, dealing 624% damage 3 times on up to 15 enemies.
    • Level 20: Consumes 500 MP. Every 20 seconds, acquire a Wind Aura, you can hold up to 2 at a time. 1 Aura – summon a gust for 10 seconds, dealing 450% damage 3 times continuously on up to 10 enemies. 2 Auras – summon a gust for 10 seconds, dealing 1080% damage 3 times continuously on up to 15 enemies.

Mercedes

  • Elemental Ghost Elemental Ghost: Afterimages, like the aura of a spirit, attack enemies after you attack. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 41 seconds, when you use skills, there is a 90% chance each skill will be used up to 3 extra times (the activation rate decreases by 20% for each additional attack), Ishtar’s Ring has a 45% chance of activating this effect. The after image attacks will deal 31% final damage. While attacking, every 10 seconds, a spirit aura will automatically attack, dealing 465% damage 8 times on up to 10 enemies, and every time you use a linked skill, the reactivation cooldown will be decreased by 1 second.Cooldown: 150 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 60 seconds, when you use skills, there is a 90% chance each skill will be used up to 3 extra times (the activation rate decreases by 20% for each additional attack), Ishtar’s Ring has a 45% chance of activating this effect. The after image attacks will deal 50% final damage. While attacking, every 10 seconds, a spirit aura will automatically attack, dealing 750% damage 8 times on up to 10 enemies, and every time you use a linked skill, the reactivation cooldown will be decreased by 1 second. Cooldown: 150 seconds.

Wild Hunter

Jaguar Storm Effect

  • Jaguar Storm Jaguar Storm: Call a herd of jaguars with the cry of your soul. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 30 seconds, summon up to 6 of your captured Jaguars (except the currently selected one). The summoned Jaguars’ Jaguar skills will deal 51% final damage. Cooldown: 149 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 30 seconds, summon up to 6 of your captured Jaguars (except the currently selected one). The summoned Jaguars’ Jaguar skills will deal 70% final damage. Cooldown: 130 seconds.

Thieves

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  • Venom Burst Venom Burst: Poisoned enemies will explode, dealing damage and transferring poison to nearby enemies. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 300 MP. For up to 12 enemies in range that are taking damage over time, cause them to instantly take the remaining damage over time at once and an additional 465% damage 3 times. The additional attack’s final damage is increased by 15% for every second the enemy was taking damage over time. Afterwards, the explosion causes up to 10 nearby enemies to receive the damage over time that the initial enemies were inflicted with. Cooldown: 8 seconds. Passive effect: when attacking, there is a 50% chance to inflict enemies with a DoT, dealing 166% damage every second for 8 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 300 MP. For up to 12 enemies in range that are taking damage over time, cause them to instantly take the remaining damage over time at once and an additional 750% damage 3 times. The additional attack’s final damage is increased by 15% for every second the enemy was taking damage over time. Afterwards, the explosion causes up to 10 nearby enemies to receive the damage over time that the initial enemies were inflicted with. Cooldown: 8 seconds. Passive effect: when attacking, there is a 50% chance to inflict enemies with a DoT, dealing 280% damage every second for 8 seconds.

Night Lord

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  • Spread Throw Spread Throw: For a certain period of time, stars are scattered in several directions. This effect will not apply to Shadow Partner. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 41 seconds, when using Throw skills, they will throw stars in various directions all at once. Lucky Seven/Triple Throw: 4 extra directions. Quadruple Throw: 3 extra directions. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 60 seconds, when using Throw skills, they will throw stars in various directions all at once. Lucky Seven/Triple Throw: 4 extra directions. Quadruple Throw: 3 extra directions. Cooldown: 180 seconds.

Shadower

  • Shadow Assault Shadow Assault: Instantly approach and cut down enemies. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 300 MP. Instantly rush to an enemy and deal 620% damage 6 times on up to 10 nearby enemies with an additional 25% critical rate. You can use this skill with the arrow keys to choose the direction of your first attack, you can use this skill up to 4 times. Cooldown after 1st attack has been used: 60 seconds (during which you can use the 2nd~4th attacks).
    • Level 20: Consumes 300 MP. Instantly rush to an enemy and deal 1000% damage 6 times on up to 10 nearby enemies with an additional 25% critical rate. You can use this skill with the arrow keys to choose the direction of your first attack, you can use this skill up to 4 times. Cooldown after 1st attack has been used: 60 seconds (during which you can use the 2nd~4th attacks).

Dual Blade

  • Blade Storm Blade Storm: Cut down enemies in front of you with the speed of a storm. You can move while attacking. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 80 MP per second. Deal 520% damage 8 times on up to 10 enemies then cut enemies in front of you for up to 8 seconds, dealing 360% damage 5 times on up to 10 enemies continuously with an additional 100% defense ignore. Cooldown: 150 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 80 MP per second. Deal 900% damage 8 times on up to 10 enemies then cut enemies in front of you for up to 10 seconds, dealing 550% damage 5 times on up to 10 enemies continuously with an additional 100% defense ignore. Cooldown: 150 seconds.

Night Walker

  • Shadow Spear Shadow Spear: Shadow spears pierce through the ground and attack enemies. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 51 seconds, whenever you attack with a dark property skill (except Shadow Spear), there is a 100% chance of creating a shadow carving in the ground. After a short period of time, the shadow carving will turn into a shadow spear and deal 156% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. When a shadow spear activates, if there are a certain number of shadow carvings near it, it will change into a giant shadow spear, dealing 620% damage 6 times on up to 12 enemies. The giant shadow spear can activate every 3 seconds. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 70 seconds, whenever you attack with a dark property skill (except Shadow Spear), there is a 100% chance of creating a shadow carving in the ground. After a short period of time, the shadow carving will turn into a shadow spear and deal 270% damage 4 times on up to 8 enemies. When a shadow spear activates, if there are a certain number of shadow carvings near it, it will change into a giant shadow spear, dealing 1000% damage 6 times on up to 12 enemies. The giant shadow spear can activate every 3 seconds. Cooldown: 180 seconds.

Phantom

  • Joker Joker: After throwing many cards, try your luck with 1 last card. You can move slowly while attacking. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP per second. For up to 6 seconds, throw cards in front of you continuously, dealing 249% damage each, during which damage from % HP attacks will be reduced by 15%. After ending the attack, pick a card that buffs you and your allies (you will be invincible while picking a card) for 30 seconds. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
      • Red Cross Red Cross: increase your maximum HP by 10%, and heal 1% of your maximum HP every few seconds.
      • Tree of Life Tree of Life: reduce damage taken from all attacks (including % HP attacks) by 5%, and increase your resistance to statuses and elements by 10.
      • Hourglass Hourglass: skill cooldowns (except skills not affected by cooldown resets) will decrease 20% faster.
      • Sharp Sword Sharp Sword: increase your final damage by 1%.
      • Joker Joker: receive all of the other effects at once.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP per second. For up to 6 seconds, throw cards in front of you continuously, dealing 420% damage each, during which damage from % HP attacks will be reduced by 15%. After ending the attack, pick a card that buffs you and your allies (you will be invincible while picking a card) for 30 seconds. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
      • Red Cross Red Cross: increase your maximum HP by 14%, and heal 1% of your maximum HP every few seconds.
      • Tree of Life Tree of Life: reduce damage taken from all attacks (including % HP attacks) by 7%, and increase your resistance to statuses and elements by 20.
      • Hourglass Hourglass: skill cooldowns (except skills not affected by cooldown resets) will decrease 28% faster.
      • Sharp Sword Sharp Sword: increase your final damage by 4%.
      • Joker Joker: receive all of the other effects at once.

Xenon

Mega Smasher Effect

  • Mega Smasher Mega Smasher: Collect energy to fire a powerful beam. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Deals 310% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies for up to 5 seconds, during which you are invincible. You can hold the key down to charge it, for every 5 seconds you charge the skill, the attack’s duration will be extended by 1 second (up to a maximum of 5 seconds). While attacking, you can use the skill again to instantly cancel it. Cooldown: 150 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Deals 500% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies for up to 5 seconds, during which you are invincible. You can hold the key down to charge it, for every 5 seconds you charge the skill, the attack’s duration will be extended by 1 second (up to a maximum of 7 seconds). While attacking, you can use the skill again to instantly cancel it. Cooldown: 150 seconds.

Pirates

  • Loaded Dice Loaded Dice: Throw an additional die the next time you use Lucky Dice. After using this skill, you can choose what number you would like that extra die to roll on. For jobs without Lucky Dice, they will be able to use Lucky Dice and roll 1 die. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Choose one die roll that you want. Cooldown: 10 seconds. Passive effect: 11 attack.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Choose one die roll that you want. Cooldown: 10 seconds. Passive effect: 30 attack.

Viper

  • Transform Transform: Transform into a superhuman with super strength. While in the superhuman state, you can quickly press the arrow keys twice to teleport in that direction. You can also use this skill again to attack using an Energy Ball. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect with an Energy Ball, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 51 seconds, transform and increase your final damage by 10%. You can use up to 2 Energy Balls, each dealing 415% damage 3 times on up to 10 enemies continuously with an additional 50% critical rate and 50% defense ignore. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 70 seconds, transform and increase your final damage by 14%. You can use up to 2 Energy Balls, each dealing 700% damage 3 times on up to 10 enemies continuously with an additional 50% critical rate and 50% defense ignore. Cooldown: 180 seconds

Captain

Bullet Party Effect

  • Bullet Party Bullet Party: Fire your gun in all directions around you. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 500 MP per second. For 6 seconds, attack up to 15 nearby enemies dealing 187% damage 4 times continuously. While using this skill, you can continuously press the attack key to extend the duration by 6 seconds. Cooldown: 75 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 500 MP per second. For 6 seconds, attack up to 15 nearby enemies dealing 320% damage 4 times continuously. While using this skill, you can continuously press the attack key to extend the duration by 6 seconds. Cooldown:75 seconds.

Cannon Shooter

  • BF Cannonball Big Huge Gigantic Cannonball: Fire a gigantic cannonball. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 500 MP. Shoot a giant cannon ball that deals 465% damage 4 times on up to 15 enemies continuously. You prepare 1 cannonball every 15 seconds and can hold up to 3 at a time. Cooldown: 1 second.
    • Level 20: Consumes 500 MP. Shoot a giant cannon ball that deals 750% damage 4 times on up to 15 enemies continuously. You prepare 1 cannonball every 15 seconds and can hold up to 3 at a time. Cooldown: 1 second.

Striker

  • Lightning Union Lightning Union: Annihilate enemies with lightning. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 30 seconds, when you attack, a lightning bolt will travel through up to 5 nearby enemies dealing 360% damage 6 times. The damage will decrease each time it hits another enemy. If there are 4 enemies or less, a giant lightning bolt will activate instead, dealing 360% damage 8 times. The lightning can activate every 2 seconds. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 40 seconds, when you attack, a lightning bolt will travel through up to 5 nearby enemies dealing 550% damage 6 times. The damage will decrease each time it hits another enemy. If there are 4 enemies or less, a giant lightning bolt will activate instead, dealing 550% damage 8 times. The lightning can activate every 2 seconds. Cooldown: 110 seconds.

EunWol

  • Spirit Focus Spirit Focus: Collect the power of all of your spirits in your body. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Reset all of your cooldowns and for 30 seconds, whenever you attack, automatically activate another spirit attack (keydown skills will have a 3 second duration). The spirit attacks can activate every 2 seconds. Cooldown: 120 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Reset all of your cooldowns and for 40 seconds, whenever you attack, automatically activate another spirit attack (keydown skills will have a 3 second duration). The spirit attacks can activate every 2 seconds. Cooldown: 110 seconds.

Mechanic

  • Multiple Option M-FL Multiple Option: M-FL: Summon an attack robot that uses a gatling gun and missiles. When attacking enemies using Damage Reflect, you will not take damage. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 750 MP. For 118 seconds, summon an attacking robot that uses gatling guns, missiles, and absorbs damage. Gatling gun: deals 208% damage 6 times on up to 8 enemies in range, reactivation cooldown of 1.5 seconds. Missile: fires 3 missiles that deal 360% damage 8 times each on up to 12 enemies in range, reactivation cooldown of 8 seconds. If an attack was to do more than 90% of your maximum HP, the damage will be completely absorbed by the robot and it will disappear. Cooldown: 450 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 750 MP. For 175 seconds, summon an attacking robot that uses gatling guns, missiles, and absorbs damage. Gatling gun: deals 360% damage 6 times on up to 8 enemies in range, reactivation cooldown of 1.5 seconds. Missile: fires 3 missiles that deal 550% damage 8 times each on up to 12 enemies in range, reactivation cooldown of 8 seconds. If an attack was to do more than 90% of your maximum HP, the damage will be completely absorbed by the robot and it will disappear. Cooldown: 450 seconds.

Angelic Burster

  • Energy Burst Energy Burst: Summon a burst of energy containing unknown power. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: For up to 30 seconds, summon a burst of energy that explodes when you press the skill key again, dealing 620% damage 12 times on up to 15 enemies while giving you 10 seconds of invincibility. While the skill has not exploded, all attacks other than Successor will charge unknown power into the energy burst, increasing its power by up to 2 stages. Each stage will increase the burst’s final damage by 100%. You can use the skill again to instantly detonate it. Cooldown: 100 seconds.
    • Level 20: For up to 30 seconds, summon a burst of energy that explodes when you press the skill key again, dealing 1000% damage 12 times on up to 15 enemies while giving you 10 seconds of invincibility. While the skill has not exploded, all attacks other than Successor will charge unknown power into the energy burst, increasing its power by up to 2 stages. Each stage will increase the burst’s final damage by 100%. You can use the skill again to instantly detonate it. Cooldown: 100 seconds.

All Jobs

  • Rope Connect Rope Connect: Throw a rope into the sky and move upwards quickly. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: While moving upwards, you can press the skill key again to cancel it. Cooldown: 3 seconds. Passive effect: 1 all stats.
    • Level 20: While moving upwards, you can press the skill key again to cancel it. Cooldown: 3 seconds. Passive effect: 20 all stats.
  • Blink Blink: Teleport to a random location on the map. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP, instantly teleport to a random location on the map. Cooldown: 64 seconds. Passive effect: 1 all stats.
      Level 20: Consumes 5% HP, instantly teleport to a random location on the map. Cooldown: 45 seconds. Passive effect: 4 all stats.
  • Elda Nova Elda Nova: Collect Elda from around you and shoot it an enemy. The enemy with the highest HP that is in range will be hit and their Elda will be disrupted, binding their movements. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 15% HP, deals 156% damage 5 times and binds an enemy for 10 seconds. Enemies affected by Elda Nova can have their bind duration extended by up to 100% based on the damage done. Cooldown: 397 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 10% HP, deals 270% damage 5 times and binds an enemy for 10 seconds. Enemies affected by Elda Nova can have their bind duration extended by up to 100% based on the damage done. Cooldown: 340 seconds.

Elda's Will Effect

  • Elda's Will Elda’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: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP. Cooldown: 475 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 5% HP. Cooldown: 380 seconds.
  • Decent Mystic Door Decent Mystic Door: Generates a portal that leads to the closest town. You can enter and exit through the door as frequently as you wish until it disappears. Use the portal by pressing the Up Arrow button while standing on it. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP and 2 Magic Rocks. Create a portal to the nearest town for 32 seconds. Cooldown: 130 seconds. Passive effect: 1 all stats.
    • Level 20: Consumes 5% HP and 2 Magic Rocks. Create a portal to the nearest town for 70 seconds. Cooldown: 130 seconds. Passive effect: 4 all stats.
  • Decent Sharp Eyes Decent Sharp Eyes: Allows you to locate an enemy’s weak spot to deal fatal damage to that enemy. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP. For 183 seconds, increase your critical rate by 10% and your critical damage by 8%. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive effect: 1 all stats.
    • Level 20: Consumes 5% HP. For 240 seconds, increase your critical rate by 10% and your critical damage by 8%. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive effect: 4 all stats.
  • Decent Hyper Body Decent Hyper Body: Increases max HP and max MP. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP. For 183 seconds, increase your maximum HP and MP by 40%. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive effect: 1 all stats.
    • Level 20: Consumes 5% HP. For 240 seconds, increase your maximum HP and MP by 40%. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive effect: 4 all stats.
  • Decent Combat Orders Decent Combat Orders: Temporarily increases all of your skill levels. Skills that have already reached master level are not increased. Exceptions: Beginner skills and Combat Orders cannot be increased. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP. For 183 seconds, increase the level of all of your skills by 1. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive effect: 1 status resistance.
    • Level 20: Consumes 5% HP. For 240 seconds, increase the level of all of your skills by 1. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive effect: 4 status resistance.
  • Decent Advanced Bless Decent Advanced Bless: Greatly increases your attack, magic attack, defense, max HP, and max MP. Reduces the amount of MP used when using skills. Can be stacked with other buff skills except for Advanced Blessing. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP. For 183 seconds, increase your attack and magic attack by 20, defense by 425, maximum HP and MP by 475, and decrease MP consumption by 12%. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
    • Level 20: Consumes 5% HP. For 240 seconds, increase your attack and magic attack by 20, defense by 425, maximum HP and MP by 475, and decrease MP consumption by 12%. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
  • Decent Wind Booster Decent Wind Booster: Consumes HP and MP to increase your attack speed 1 level for a fixed period of time. It can be stacked with other buffs except Wind Booster. [max level: 20]
    • Level 1: Consumes 5% HP. For 183 seconds, increase your attack speed by 1 stage. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive: 1 all stats.
    • Level 20: Consumes 5% HP. For 240 seconds, increase your attack speed by 1 stage. Cooldown: 180 seconds. Passive: 4 all stats.

Special Cores

Special Cores with special conditions have been added. Special Cores can have a max level of up to 1 and you can only install one at a time.

  • Accumulated Power I Accumulated Power I: Your damage is increased by 20% for 10 seconds whenever you defeat 120 enemies.
  • Deadly Strike I Deadly Strike I: Your critical rate is increased by 100% for 10 seconds whenever you deal 1000 hits.
  • Deadly Strike II: Your critical rate is increased by 100% for 10 seconds after achieving 50 Combo Kills.
  • Armor Smash I Armor Smash I: Your defense ignore is increased by 100% for 10 seconds whenever you hit a single monster 800 times.
  • Armor Smash II: Your defense ignore is increased by 100% for 10 seconds after using a skill every 120 seconds.
  • Automatic Recovery I: Your HP is healed by 100% whenever you use a skill after a 30 seconds.
  • Automatic Recovery II: Your HP is healed by 100% after using a skill every 20 seconds.
  • Continuous Strike I Continuous Strike: Your critical damage is increased by 100% for 10 seconds whenever you achieve 50 Combo Kills.
  • Rune's Blessing Rune’s Blessing: You become invincible for 10 seconds after activating a Rune.
  • Rune’s Convergence: Your damage is increased by 100% for 10 seconds after activating a Rune.
  • Rune’s Experience: Your experience acquired is increased by 50% for 20 seconds after activating a Rune.
  • Overcoming Experience I Overcoming Experience: Your experience acquired is increased by 50% for 20 seconds whenever you get hit 100 times.
  • Comeback I: Your skill cooldowns are decreased by 20% whenever you die.
  • Comeback II: Your skill cooldowns are decreased by 30% whenever you die.
  • Boss Slayer I Boss Slayer I: Your boss damage is increased by 50% for 10 seconds at a 1% rate whenever you are attacking.
  • Boss Slayer II: Your boss damage is increased by 50% for 10 seconds after using a skill every 120 seconds.
  • Boss Slayer III: Your boss damage is increased by 50% for 10 seconds after defeating 30 enemies.
  • Relentless Attack: Your skill cooldowns are decreased by 20% after achieving 50 Combo Kills.
  • Endurance: You gain 10 seconds of invincibility after getting hit 100 times. 
  • Quick Reload: Your defense ignore is increased by 100% for 10 seconds after using a skill every 60 seconds.
  • One Target: Your critical rate is increased by 100% for 10 seconds after attacking the same monster 800 times.
  • Good Luck Recovery: When attacking, there is a 1% chance of healing 10% of your HP.
  • Guts: Your skill cooldowns are decreased by 25% after getting hit 100 times.
  • Strike Fatal: Your damage is increased by 100% for 2 seconds after using a skill every 30 seconds.
  • Counterattack: Your damage is increased by 100% for 2 seconds after getting hit 20 times.

Enhancement Cores

Combined Enhancement Cores

Enhancement Cores that enhance existing skills’ damage have been added. Each Enhancement Core can increase the damage of up to 3 skills, depending on the base Core and it’s 2 adjectives. They will all stack together and increase the individual skills’ Enhancements.

For example, I have the Stormy and Trembling Flame Shot core, which increases the level of Flame Shot Enhancement and also Hurricane Enhancement (Stormy) and Quiver Cartridge Enhancement (Trembling). If that was a rank 1 Core and I also had a rank 3 Firey and Trembling Hurricane core, I would have level 4 Enhancements for all 3 skills.

Enhancement Core skills all increase the final damage of corresponding skills by 2~4% per level, with a max level of 40. When they reach certain levels, they will also give additional stats.

  • Level 20: +1 monsters hit (some skills will not receive this bonus)
  • Level 40: +20% defense ignore

The list of skills that can be enhanced with Enhancement Cores is as follows:

  • Warrior
    • Slash Blast (4% per level)
  • Hero
    • Final Attack (2% per level)
    • Brandish (4% per level)
    • Combo Force (4% per level)
    • Brave Slash (4% per level)
    • Rush (3% per level)
    • Panic (3% per level)
    • Shout (3% per level)
    • Raging Blow (2% per level)
    • Incising (2% per level)
    • Rage Uprising (2% per level)
  • Paladin
    • Final Attack (4% per level)
    • Flame Charge (2% per level)
    • Blizzard Charge (2% per level)
    • Page Order (4% per level)
    • Lightning Charge (2% per level)
    • Rush (3% per level)
    • Divine Charge (2% per level)
    • Blast (2% per level)
    • Sanctuary (2% per level)
    • Smite (2% per level)
  • Dark Knight
    • Final Attack (4% per level)
    • Piercing Through (4% per level)
    • Spear Pulling (4% per level)
    • Lamancha Spear (3% per level)
    • Rush (3% per level)
    • Beholder (3% per level)
    • Dark Impale (2% per level)
    • Gungnir Descent (2% per level)
    • Dark Synthesis (2% per level)
  • Magician
    • Energy Bolt (4% per level)
  • Archmage (F/P)
    • Flame Orb (4% per level)
    • Poison Breath (4% per level)
    • Ignite (4% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Explosion (3% per level)
    • Poison Mist (3% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Teleport Mastery (3% per level)
    • Mist Eruption (2% per level)
    • Ifrit (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Paralyze (2% per level)
    • Meteor (2% per level)
    • Megiddo Flame (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Fire Aura (2% per level)
  • Archmage (I/L)
    • Thunder Bolt (4% per level)
    • Cold Beam (4% per level)
    • Chilling Step (4% per level)
    • Ice Strike (3% per level)
    • Glacial Chain (3% per level)
    • Thunder Storm (3% per level)
    • Elquines (2% per level)
    • Chain Lightning (2% per level)
    • Blizzard (2% per level)
    • Frozen Orb (2% per level)
    • Lightning Spear (2% per level)
  • Bishop
    • Heal (4% per level)
    • Holy Arrow (4% per level)
    • Shining Ray (3% per level)
    • Big Bang (2% per level)
    • Bahamut (2% per level)
    • Angel Ray (2% per level)
    • Genesis (2% per level)
    • Heaven’s Door (2% per level)
  • Archer
    • Arrow Blow (4% per level)
  • Bowmaster
    • Final Attack: Bow (2% per level)
    • Arrow Bomb (4% per level)
    • Flame Shot (3% per level)
    • Phoenix (3% per level)
    • Steig Eisen (3% per level)
    • Arrow Platter (2% per level)
    • Hurricane (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Wounds Shot (2% per level)
    • Uncountable Arrows (2% per level)
    • Quiver Cartridge (2% per level)
    • Wind of Frey (2% per level)
  • Marksman
    • Final Attack: Crossbow (4% per level)
    • Iron Arrow (4% per level)
    • Net Throwing (4% per level)
    • Freezer (3% per level)
    • Dragon Pulse (3% per level)
    • Bolt Rupture (3% per level)
    • Steig Eisen (3% per level)
    • Piercing (2% per level)
    • Sniping (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Long Range Trueshot (2% per level)
  • Thief
    • Double Stab (4% per level)
    • Lucky Seven (4% per level)
  • Night Lord
    • Shuriken Burst (4% per level)
    • Wind Talisman (4% per level)
    • Mark of Assassin (2% per level)
    • Shadow Web (3% per level)
    • Dark Flare (3% per level)
    • Triple Throw (3% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Shade Split (3% per level)
    • Quadruple Throw (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Sudden Raid (2% per level)
    • Showdown Challenge (2% per level)
    • Four Seasons (2% per level)
  • Shadower
    • Steal (4% per level)
    • Savage Blow (4% per level)
    • Muspelheim (3% per level)
    • Meso Explosion (3% per level)
    • Edge Carnival (3% per level)
    • Dark Flare (3% per level)
    • Assassinate (2% per level)
    • Boomerang Step (2% per level)
    • Sudden Raid (2% per level)
    • Veil of Shadows (2% per level)
  • Dual Blade
    • Sharp Slash (4% per level)
    • Tornado Spin (4% per level)
    • Fatal Blow (4% per level)
    • Slash Storm (4% per level)
    • Flash Bang (3% per level)
    • Upper Stab (3% per level)
    • Flying Assaulter (3% per level)
    • Bloody Storm (3% per level)
    • Chains of Hell (3% per level)
    • Final Cut (2% per level)
    • Blade Fury (2% per level)
    • Phantom Blow (2% per level)
    • Sudden Raid (2% per level)
    • Asura (2% per level)
    • Hidden Blade (2% per level)
  • Pirate
    • Sommersault Kick (4% per level)
    • Double Shot (4% per level)
  • Viper
    • Screw Punch (2% per level)
    • Tornado Upper (4% per level)
    • Energy Buster (2% per level)
    • Double Spiral (3% per level)
    • Shockwave (3% per level)
    • Dragon Strike (2% per level)
    • Fist Enrage (2% per level)
    • Battleship Nautilus (2% per level)
    • Energy Blast (2% per level)
    • Unity of Power (2% per level)
  • Captain
    • Magnum Shot (4% per level)
    • Backstep Shot (4% per level)
    • Summon Crew (2% per level)
    • Double Barrel Shot (3% per level)
    • Bullet Smash (3% per level)
    • Octo Quarterdeck (3% per level)
    • Rapid Fire (2% per level)
    • Battleship Nautilus (2% per level)
    • Head Shot (2% per level)
    • Fusillade (2% per level)
    • Captain Dignity (2% per level)
    • Battleship Bomber (2% per level)
    • Continual Aiming (2% per level)
    • Strange Bomb (2% per level)
  • Cannon Shooter
    • Cannon Splash (4% per level)
    • Punching Cannon (4% per level)
    • Gigantic Backstep (4% per level)
    • Slug Shot (4% per level)
    • Monkey Rush Boom (4% per level)
    • Cannon Spike (3% per level)
    • Monkey Wave (3% per level)
    • Cannon Jump (3% per level)
    • Oak Barrel Roulette (3% per level)
    • Monkey Furious (3% per level)
    • Cannon Bazooka (2% per level)
    • Battleship Nautilus (2% per level)
    • Magnetic Anchor (2% per level)
    • Support Monkey Twins (2% per level)
    • Cannon Buster (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Rolling Cannon Rainbow (2% per level)
  • Mikhail
    • Soul Blade (4% per level)
    • Royal Guard (2% per level)
    • Soul Driver (4% per level)
    • Shining Chase (4% per level)
    • Soul Slash (3% per level)
    • Soul Assault (2% per level)
    • Shining Cross (2% per level)
    • Deadly Charge (2% per level)
  • Knights of Cygnus
    • Elemental Slash (4% per level)
  • Soul Master
    • Triple Slash (4% per level)
    • Silent Move/Loud Rush (4% per level)
    • Trace Cut/Shadow Burn (4% per level)
    • Moon Shadow/Light Flux (3% per level)
    • Moon Cross/Sun Cross (3% per level)
    • Dance of Moon/Speeding Sunset (2% per level)
    • Crescent Divide/Solar Pierce (2% per level)
    • Soul Penetration (2% per level)
    • Cross the Styx (2% per level)
  • Flame Wizard
    • Orbital Flame (2% per level)
    • Flame Bite (4% per level)
    • Flame Vortex (3% per level)
    • Ignition (3% per level)
    • Flame Tempesta (3% per level)
    • Maelstrom (3% per level)
    • Blazing Extinction (2% per level)
    • Infernalize (2% per level)
    • Cataclysm (2% per level)
    • Dragon Slave (2% per level)
  • Wind Breaker
    • Breeze Arrow (4% per level)
    • Fairy Turn (4% per level)
    • Gust Shot (4% per level)
    • Trifling Whim (2% per level)
    • Dance of Frozen Wind (2% per level)
    • Pinpoint Pierce (3% per level)
    • Song of Heaven (2% per level)
    • Spiral Vortex (2% per level)
    • Monsoon (2% per level)
    • Storm Bringer (2% per level)
  • Night Walker
    • Lucky Seven (4% per level)
    • Shadow Bat (2% per level)
    • Triple Throw (4% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Quadruple Throw (3% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Stardust (3% per level)
    • Quintuple Throw (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Darkness Omen (2% per level)
    • Shadow Stitch (2% per level)
    • Dominion (2% per level)
  • Striker
    • Shark Tooth (4% per level)
    • Flash (4% per level)
    • Shark Kick (3% per level)
    • Water Wave (3% per level)
    • Ascend (3% per level)
    • Thunder (3% per level)
    • Tornado (2% per level)
    • Annihilate (2% per level)
    • Thunderbolt (2% per level)
    • God of the Sea (2% per level)
  • Aran
    • Smash Wave (2% per level)
    • Smash Swing (2% per level)
    • Final Charge (2% per level)
    • Final Attack (2% per level)
    • Final Toss (2% per level)
    • Rolling Spin (2% per level)
    • Judgement (2% per level)
    • Gathering Catcher (3% per level)
    • Final Blow (2% per level)
    • Beyonder (2% per level)
    • Boost End – Storm of Fear (2% per level)
    • Boost End – Hunter’s Targeting (2% per level)
    • Maha’s Domain (2% per level)
  • Evan
    • Circle of Mana (2% per level)
    • Dragon Sparking (3% per level)
    • Circle of Wind (2% per level)
    • Dragon Swift (2% per level)
    • Circle of Thunder (2% per level)
    • Dragon Dive (2% per level)
    • Swift of Thunder 2(% per level)
    • Dive of Thunder (2% per level)
    • Magic Debris (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Circle of Earth (2% per level)
    • Dragon Breath (2% per level)
    • Breath – Return! (2% per level)
    • Breath of Earth (2% per level)
    • Breath of Wind (2% per level)
    • Dive of Earth (2% per level)
    • Dark Fog (2% per level)
    • Dragon Master (2% per level)
    • Summon Onyx Dragon (2% per level)
  • Mercedes
    • Speed Dual Shot (4% per level)
    • Cross Piercing (4% per level)
    • Charge Drive (2% per level)
    • Final Shot (4% per level)
    • Final Attack: Dual Bowgun (2% per level)
    • Strike Dual Shot (2% per level)
    • Leap Tornado (2% per level)
    • Unicorn Spike (3% per level)
    • Gust Dive (2% per level)
    • High Kick Demolition (2% per level)
    • Elemental Knight (3% per level)
    • Ishtar’s Ring (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Legendary Spear (2% per level)
    • Rolling Moonsault (2% per level)
    • Wrath of Enlil (2% per level)
  • Phantom
    • Double Piercing (4% per level)
    • Call of Fate (4% per level)
    • Breeze Carte (4% per level)
    • Blanc Carte (2% per level)
    • Coat of Arms (3% per level)
    • Phantom Charge (3% per level)
    • Ultimate Drive (2% per level)
    • Twilight (2% per level)
    • Tempest of Cards (2% per level)
    • Rose Carte Finale (2% per level)
  • EunWol
    • Flash Fist (4% per level)
    • Ground Strike (4% per level)
    • Drag Pulling – Down (4% per level)
    • Drag Pulling – Front (4% per level)
    • Fox Spirit (2% per level)
    • Shockwave Punch (3% per level)
    • Drag Pulling – Turn (3% per level)
    • Summon Soul Tent (3% per level)
    • Bind Area (3% per level)
    • Summon Redemption (3% per level)
    • Bomb Punch (2% per level)
    • Spirit Claw (2% per level)
    • Death Marker (2% per level)
    • Soul Division (2% per level)
    • Spirit Transformation (2% per level)
  • Luminous
    • Twinkle Flash (4% per level)
    • Dark Falling (4% per level)
    • Sylphid Lancer (4% per level)
    • Void Pressure (4% per level)
    • Spectral Light (3% per level)
    • Shine Redemption (3% per level)
    • Nox Spear (3% per level)
    • Death Scythe (2% per level)
    • Light Reflection (2% per level)
    • Morning Starfall (2% per level)
    • Apocalypse (2% per level)
    • Absolute Kill (2% per level)
    • Armageddon (2% per level)
  • Blaster
    • Magnum Punch (2% per level)
    • Revolving Cannon (2% per level)
    • Release Pile Bunker (2% per level)
    • Explosion Move (2% per level)
    • Double Fang (2% per level)
    • Hammer Smash (2% per level)
    • Lift Press (2% per level)
    • Shockwave Punch (2% per level)
    • Flash Move (2% per level)
    • Hurricane Mixer (2% per level)
    • Revolving Bunker (2% per level)
    • Hyper Magnum Punch (2% per level)
  • Demon Slayer
    • Devil Scythe (4% per level)
    • Demon Slash (2% per level)
    • Soul Eater (4% per level)
    • Dark Thrust (4% per level)
    • Demon Trace (4% per level)
    • Dark Revenge (4% per level)
    • Dark Judgement (3% per level)
    • Death Draw (3% per level)
    • Bloody Raven (3% per level)
    • Demonic Breath (3% per level)
    • Demon Explosion (2% per level)
    • Demon Impact (2% per level)
    • Devil Cry (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Metamorphosis (2% per level)
    • Dark Bind (2% per level)
    • Cerberus (2% per level)
  • Demon Avenger
    • Exceed: Double Slash (4% per level)
    • Exceed: Demon Strike (2% per level)
    • Bats Swarm (4% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Exceed: Moonlight Slash (2% per level)
    • Inhale Vitality (3% per level)
    • Shield Charge (3% per level)
    • Exceed: Execution (2% per level)
    • Shield Chasing (2% per level)
    • Armor Break (2% per level)
    • Bloody Imprison (2% per level)
    • Thousand Swords (2% per level)
  • Battle Mage
    • Triple Blow (4% per level)
    • Death (2% per level)
    • Quad Blow (4% per level)
    • Dark Chain (2% per level)
    • Death Blow (3% per level)
    • Battle Spurt (2% per level)
    • Dark Lightning (2% per level)
    • Finish Blow (2% per level)
    • Dark Genesis (2% per level)
    • Battleking Bar (2% per level)
  • Wild Hunter
    • Double Shot (4% per level)
    • Summon Jaguar (2% per level)
    • Another Bite (2% per level)
    • Claw Cut (2% per level)
    • Final Attack (2% per level)
    • Triple Shot (4% per level)
    • Cross Road 2% per level)
    • White Heat Rush (3% per level)
    • Wild Shot (3% per level)
    • Assistant Hunting Unit (3% per level)
    • Sonic Boom (2% per level)
    • Wild Vulcan (2% per level)
    • Drill Container (2% per level)
    • Jaguar Soul (2% per level)
    • Flash Rain/Rampage as One (2% per level)
  • Mechanic
    • Drill Rush (4% per level)
    • Gatling Shot (4% per level)
    • Rocket Booster (4% per level)
    • Advanced Gatling Shot (4% per level)
    • Homing Missile (2% per level)
    • Robo Launcher: RM7 (2% per level)
    • Rocket Punch (3% per level)
    • Magnetic Field (2% per level)
    • Massive Fire: SPLASH/IRON (3% per level)
    • Support Waver: H-EX (2% per level)
    • War Machine: Titan (2% per level)
    • Robo Factory: RM1 (2% per level)
    • Massive Fire: SPLASH-F/IRON-B (2% per level)
    • Distortion Field (2% per level)
  • Xenon
    • Energy Spline (4% per level)
    • Pinpoint Rocket (2% per level)
    • Quicksilver Sword (4% per level)
    • Ion Thuster (4% per level)
    • Combat Switching (3% per level)
    • Diagonal Chase (3% per level)
    • Pillar Scramble (3% per level)
    • Aegis System (2% per level)
    • Triangle Formation (3% per level)
    • Blade Dancing (2% per level)
    • Purge Lob Masquerade (2% per level)
    • Hologram Gravity (2% per level)
    • Confine Entangle (2% per level)
    • Meltdown Explosion (2% per level)
  • Kaiser
    • Dragon Slash (2% per level)
    • Flame Shot (4% per level)
    • Impact Wave (4% per level)
    • Fierce Rush (4% per level)
    • Will of Sword (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Wingbeat (3% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Chain Pulling (3% per level)
    • Petrified (3% per level)
    • Giga Slasher (2% per level)
    • Blue Streak (2% per level)
    • Sword Strike (2% per level)
    • Infernal Breath (2% per level)
    • Prominence (2% per level)
  • Angelic Burster
    • Successor (4% per level)
    • Bubble Star (4% per level)
    • Sting Explosion (4% per level)
    • Pink Scud (4% per level)
    • Soul Seeker (2% per level)
    • Falling Star (3% per level)
    • Land Crash (3% per level)
    • Primal Roar (2% per level)
    • Trinity (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Finitura Fettuccia (2% per level)
    • Soul Resonance (2% per level)
    • Super Nova (2% per level)
  • Zero
    • Upper Slash (3% per level)
    • Power Stomp (3% per level)
    • Moon Strike 3(% per level)
    • Pierce Thrust (3% per level)
    • Shadow Strike (3% per level)
    • Front Slash (2% per level)
    • Throwing Weapon (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
    • Flash Assaulter (2% per level)
    • Spin Cutter (2% per level)
    • Turning Drive (2% per level)
    • Wheel Wind (2% per level)
    • Rolling Curve (2% per level)
    • Rolling Assaulter (2% per level)
    • Giga Crash (2% per level)
    • Jumping Crash (2% per level)
    • Earth Break 2(% per level)
    • Wind Cutter (2% per level)
    • Wind Strike (2% per level)
    • Storm Break (2% per level)
    • Shadow Rain (2% per level) [does not receive +1 monsters hit]
  • Kinesis
    • Psychic Force (3% per level)
    • Crash (4% per level)
    • Mad Crash (4% per level)
    • Ultimate – Deep Impact (2% per level)
    • Psychic Drain (4% per level)
    • Psychic Grab (2% per level)
    • Ultimate – Train (2% per level)
    • Telekinesis (3% per level)
    • Psycho Break (2% per level)
    • Ultimate – BPM (2% per level)
    • Ever Psychic (2% per level)
    • Psychometry (2% per level)
    • Ultimate – Material (2% per level)

Cash Related

From today until August 18, you will be able to buy the following items for mesos in the Cash Shop:

  • House Wedding Ticket
  • Safety Charm

Hot Summer Mega Chance

The Hot Summer Mega Chance event has begun in the Cash Shop and will take palce until July 24.

Summer Blaze Weapon Box

You can buy the Summer Blaze Weapon Box for 1,900 Cash, which gives 1 of 10 weapons randomly.

Classic Item Sale

More than 100 classic Cash equipment have returned and will be on sale for 50% off.

Hot Summer Emotions

All emotions now cost 100 Cash and last 90 days (as opposed to costing 150 Cash for 5 days).

In addition, new packages have been added which contain 5 90-day emotions each, costing 300 Cash.

Event Related

Breakthrough V & Compensation

Due to high amounts of lag and game downtime during the past couple of weeks, Nexon has extended the Breakthrough V event to July 24. This only applies to characters created before this patch so if you didn’t start beforehand, you won’t be able to start now.

In addition, they will be giving out items to compensate everyone for the server issues! You can receive them once per world, and you have until July 27 to claim them. All items are untradeable.

  • 7 2x Experience Coupons (30 minutes)
  • Pendant of the Spirit (14 days)
  • 30 Day Pendant Slot Expansion
  • Selective Damage Skin Box (Damage Skin is account tradeable)
  • 4 Selective 8 Slot Expansion Coupons
  • Character Slot Expansion Coupon
  • 10 Safety Charms (30 days)
  • 50 V Coins

 

Red, Aurora to Auredra!

Red, Aurora to Auredra!

This new event will take place until July 31. It is meant to help boost the population of both the Red and Aurora worlds.

All characters that were created in Red or Aurora after July 30 will receive rewards when they reach certain levels.

  • All levels: 5 Character Slot Expansion Coupons, 4 8 Slot Storage Expansion Coupons, 32 Slot Equip/Use/Etc/Setup Expansion Coupon
  • Level 140: Star Force 10 Star Enhancement Scroll
  • Level 170: Star Force 12 Star Enhancement Scroll
  • Level 200: Star Force 15 Star Enhancement Scroll

Auredra Meso Bags

During this event, you can collect Auredra Meso Bags while hunting monsters around your level. Collecting them will give you additional mesos.

You must collect them in order and each one increases the additional meso rate.

  • Au! (5x)
  • Re! (10x)
  • D! (50x)
  • Ra! (200x)

You can only receive a total of 300 million mesos per character over the course of the event from these additional mesos.

2x Experience and Drop

During this event, there will be 2x experience 24/7 and 2x drop every weekend in the Red and Aurora worlds.

In addition, you will be able to create a Mega Burning character in each of these worlds (1 per world).

World Leap to Red, Aurora

Finally, the last part of the event is the World Leap to Red/Aurora, which runs until July 20.

It has the same specifications as previous World Leap events, except for the fact that you can only transfer to Red or Aurora. In addition, you cannot transfer out of Reboot, Red, or Aurora.

V Diary

V Diary

The V Diary event has begun and will run until August 17. This event is only open to characters that have been created during this event (except Zero).

V Diary Challenges

You must complete 40 missions based on job advancements, field hunting, and special content to receive prizes. Although the event is only open to newly created characters, you can redeem the prizes on any character in the same world!

  • Advancements
    • Complete the 1st job advancement (300 Power Elixirs)
    • Complete the 2nd job advancement (10th Anniversary White Armor Set Box)
    • Complete the 3rd job advancement (30 V Buffs)
    • Complete the 4th job advancement (3 Mastery Book 20s)
    • Complete the 5th job advancement (30 Core Gemstones)
  • Growth
    • Achieve level 5 on all personality traits (Personality Trait Growth Potion)
    • Use 30,000 Honor (3 Miracle Circulators)
    • Achieve level 5 on a profession (Selective 10 Slot Profession Bag Voucher)
    • Use 5,000 Scroll Traces for regular worlds/Acquire 5,000 Scroll Traces for Reboot worlds (3 Strong Rebirth Flames)
    • Achieve 55 Star Force (2 Craftsman’s Cubes)
  • Theme Dungeons
    • Clear Fairy Academy Ellinel (Fairy Academy Ellinel Chair)
    • Clear Gold Beach (Paradise on Earth Gold Beach Chair)
    • Clear Riena Strait (Riena Strait Chair)
    • Clear Flower Violetta (Flower Violetta Chair)
    • Clear Dimensional Library (Dimensional Library Chair)
  • Story
    • Complete the Alliance is Born quest (8 Slot Equip Expansion Coupon)
    • Clear Black Heaven (8 Slot Use Expansion Coupon)
    • Clear FriendsStory (8 Slot Setup Expansion Coupon)
    • Clear Heroes of Maple (8 Slot Etc Expansion Coupon)
    • Clear Road of Vanishing (8 Slot Expansion Coupon Package)
  • Hunting
    • Defeat 55,555 monsters in your level range (Pendant of the Spirit)
    • Defeat 5,555 Star Force monsters (2 Special Medals of Honor)
    • Defeat 333 Elite Monsters (50 Strange Cubes)
    • Defeat 3 Elite Bosses (5 2x Experience Coupons)
    • Defeat 1 Chaos Root Abyss boss (100% Epic Potential Scroll)
  • Field
    • Activate 5 Runes (50 V Coins)
    • Achieve 500 Combo Kills (50 V Coins)
    • Enter 10 bounty hunter Pollo/Fritto portals (50 V Coins)
    • Complete 15 Sudden Missions (50 V Coins)
    • Find a 100% Burning Field (50 V Coins)
  • Adventuring
    • Acquire the Beginner Adventurer medal (Teleport World Map)
    • Acquire the Victoria Adventurer medal (10 Safety Charms)
    • Acquire the Maple Adventurer medal (Super Megaphone)
    • Complete the Temple of Time quest line (2 Meister’s Cubes)
    • Complete the Kritias quest line (3 Eternal Rebirth Flames)
  • Special Content
    • Clear Nett’s Pyramid 5 times (5 Polo & Fritto Entry Tickets)
    • Acquire 50 Evolving Coins from Evolving System (Special Soul Enchanter)
    • Clear Monster Park 5 times (5 Monster Park REBORN Free Entry Tickets)
    • Clear Ghost Park 5 times (3 Mastery Book 30s)
    • Clear Dimension Invade 5 times (2,000 Scroll Traces)

Knows Maple Well Title

If you can complete all 40 missions, you will receive the Maple Know-it-all title which gives 10 all stats, 5 attack/magic attack, and 10% defense ignore. The stats do not expire and the title is account tradeable permanently!

Mesoranger V

Mesoranger V

The Mesoranger V event has begun and will run until July 27.

Mesoranger Skills

During this event, you will gain the ability to use 3 special Mesoranger skills.

Additional Mesos

When you use these skills, if they kill an enemy in your level range, the monsters will drop additional mesos!

  • Ranger Attack: +5,000 mesos (+25,000 mesos in Reboot)
  • Final Beam: +10,000 mesos (+50,000 mesos in Reboot)
  • Mesodizer X: +20,000 mesos (+100,000 mesos in Reboot)

Ranger Attack

Ranger Attack is unlocked at level 30, and is a buff skill. When used, whenever you kill an enemy, there is a 5% chance they will drop an additional 5,000 mesos for 60 seconds with a cooldown of 180 seconds.

Final Beam

Final Beam is unlocked at level 60 and causes the 5 Mesorangers to install their special Rolling Cannon, dealing 200% damage 3 times on up to 10 enemies for 5 seconds. Every enemy that is killed by this skill will drop an additional 10,000 mesos. There is a 180 second cooldown.

Mesodizer X

The last skill is Mesodizer X, which is unlocked at level 100. For 7 seconds, summon the Mesodizer X. While it is summoned, you can press the skill key again to shoot out lasers in all directions, dealing 500% damage 3 times on up to 15 enemies each time. After the Mesodizer X disappears, it will do one final attack, dealing 1500% damage 1 time on up to 15 enemies. Every enemy that is killed by this skill will drop an additional 20,000 mesos. There is a 1360 second cooldown.

Beat the Heat V

Beat the Heat V

The Beat the Heat V event has begun and will run until July 27.

Collect 30 Watermelon Pieces, 10 Fruit Cocktails, and 2 Ice Blocks from monsters around your level to complete the Beat the Heat Punch. You can do this up to 15 times per day.

Beat the Heat Rewards

You can open the Punch to receive experience based on your level and 2 V Coins.

If you’re lucky, you can also get a Watermelon Hat Voucher which lets you choose between two permanent Cash hats: the Funny Watermelon Hat or the Cute Watermelon Hat.

V Coin Shop

V Box

When hunting monsters around your level, you can get V Boxes which you can open for a V Coin and a random item. You can get up to 60 V Coins per day from boxes (and there’s even a handy counter every time you open one).

  • 10% Clean Slate Scroll (maximum of 1 per day)
  • Strange Cube (maximum of 3 per day)
  • 10~100 Scroll Traces (maximum of 2000 per day)
  • 10 Reindeer Milk
  • 10 Sunset Dew
  • 10 Power Elixirs
  • 10 V Coins Voucher (maximum of 1 per week)
  • 15 Minute 2x Experience Coupon (maximum of 1 per day)
  • Special Medal of Honor (maximum of 1 per week)
  • Personality trait items

V Coin Shop

The V Coin Shop has been opened and will run until August 21. Spend your V Coins here to get special rewards. The Double V Packs give 10 of the items they’re labelled with.

Scrolls

  • Eternal Rebirth Flame (150 coins) [limit of 3]
  • Eternal Rebirth Flame Double V Pack (1900 coins) [limit of 1]
  • 10% Clean Slate Scroll (30 coins) [limit of 5]
  • 10% Clean Slate Scroll Double V Pack (400 coins) [limit of 1]
  • 50% Epic Potential Scroll (70 coins) [limit of 3]
  • 50% Epic Potential Scroll Double V Pack (900 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Craftsman’s Cube (70 coins) [limit of 3]
  • Craftsman’s Cube Double V Pack (900 coins) [limit of 3]
  • Special Medal of Honor (70 coins) [limit of 3]
  • Special Medal of Honor Double V Pack (900 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Strong Rebirth Flame (80 coins) [limit of 5]
  • 60% Miraculous Positive Chaos Scroll (100 coins) [limit of 3]
  • Strange Cube (5 coins) [limit of 5]
  • Gold Potential Stamp (20 coins) [limit of 7]
  • Special Additional Potential Stamp (30 coins) [limit of 3]
  • 60% Innocent Scroll (50 coins) [limit of 3]
  • 50% Golden Hammer (30 coins) [limit of 3]

Chairs and Damage Skin Box

Special

  • V Random Damage Skin Box (80 coins) [unlimited]
    • Rounding Damage Skin
    • V Neon Damage Skin
    • April Fools Damage Skin
    • Monotone Damage Skin
    • Explosion Damage Skin
    • Antique Gold Damage Skin
    • Neon Shine Damage Skin
    • Nanopixel Damage Skin
    • Moon Bunny Damage Skin
    • Jellybean Damage Skin
    • Soft Cone Damage Skin
    • Full Moon Damage Skin
    • Digitalize Damage Skin
    • Impactive Damage Skin
  • Spade Damage Skin (200 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Holy Damage Skin (200 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Demonic Damage Skin (200 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Scuba Diving Chair (800 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Real Time Search Chair (800 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Maple Warrior’s Temple (1300 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Lost of Money Chair (500 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Cup of Cocoa Chair (120 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Giant Nose Chair (360 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Tree of Memories Chair (360 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Shelter in the Woods Chair (240 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Cloud Follower Riding Coupon (400 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Flying Whale Riding Coupon (500 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Ad Balloon Riding Coupon (200 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Gyrocopter Riding Coupon (100 coins) [limit of 1]
  • House Wedding Ticket (300 coins) [limit of 1]
  • 10 Safety Charms (50 coins) [unlimited]
  • Personality Trait Growth Potion (300 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Free Advancement Coin (300 coins) [limit of 1, account tradeable]
  • SP Reset Scroll (50 coins) [limit of 1]
  • AP Reset Scroll (50 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Damage Storage Scroll 1 Slot Expansion Coupon (100 coins) [limit of 4]
  • 8 Slot Recipe Bag (80 coins) [limit of 1]
  • 8 Slot Soul Bag (80 coins) [limit of 1]
  • 8 Slot Maker Materials Bag (80 coins) [limit of 1]
  • 4 Slot Title Wallet (30 coins) [limit of 1]
  • 10 Slot Chair Bag (100 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Pink Coin Purse (80 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Character Slot Expansion Coupon (200 coins) [limit of 1]
  • Mastery Book 20 (5 coins) [limit of 2]
  • Mastery Book 30 (10 coins) [limit of 2]

Entry Tickets

  • Polo & Fritto Free Entry Ticket (20 coins) [limit of 1 per day]
  • Monster Park REBORN Free Entry Ticket (20 coins) [limit of 1 per day]

Vengeance Ring Items

Accessories

  • Vengeance Ring Voucher (10 coins) [limit of 1]
    • Gives the Vengeance Ring (level 120 ring with 20 slots, untradeable, one-of-a-kind).
    • Can only be scrolled with Vengeance Stones.
  • Reboot Vengeance Ring Voucher (1200 coins) [limit of 1]
    • Can only be bought in Reboot.
    • Gives the Reboot Vengeance Ring (level 120 ring that gives 20 all stats, 2000 HP/MP, and 20 attack/magic attack, untradeable, one-of-a-kind).
  • Vengeance Stone (60 coins) [limit of 3 per day]
    • Can only be used on the Vengeance Ring.
    • Gives +1 all stats, +1 attack/magic attack, +100 HP/MP (100% success rate).
  • Vengeance Ring Only Cube (30 coins) [limit of 5 per day]
    • Can only be used on the Vengeance Ring.
    • Can only go up to Unique rank.

MapleStory V! Hot Time

MapleStory V Hot Time

On July 16 at 3 pm, there will be a Hot Time! If you are logged in at this time, you will receive a quest that gives the V Hot Time Giftbox.

NOTE: This event has been cancelled for the time being due to the terrible, terrible, terrible server lag and continuous downtime.

Hot Time 100% Rewards

You can open it to receive the following items at a 100% chance:

  • V Celebrity Outfit Set
    • Five Light Stick (Cash weapon)
    • Celebrity T-Shirt (Cash top)
    • Celebrity Shorts (Cash bottom)
  • Impact Meso Lucky Box
    • Randomly gives 500k~10b mesos.
  • Summer Slot Box
    • Selective 8 Slot Expansion Coupon
    • Storage 8 Slot Expansion Coupon
    • Character Slot Expansion Coupon
  • Star Force 12 Star Enhancement Scroll
    • Increases the Star Force of an item to 12 stars (100% success rate).
    • Does not work on Superior items.
  • 3 Eternal Rebirth Flames
  • 100% Epic Potential Scroll

If you’re lucky, you may even receive additional prizes!

  • 1 million Maple Points Voucher
  • Star Force 20 Star Enhancement Scroll
  • Master Fairy Full Package Voucher
  • Special Magnificent Soul Box
    • Gives one of the following Magnificent souls:
      • Magnus
      • Murmur
      • Cygnus
      • Suu
      • Demian
  • Demianroid Voucher
  • Aliciaroid Voucher

HOT! VVeekend

On July 23, you will receive various special benefits.

  • 30% discount on all items in the V Coin Shop
  • 50% reduced Honor cost when resetting Ability
  • 5x chance to receive Magnificent Souls when using Soul Fragments
  • 3x chance to receive V Coins from V Boxes
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  1. Me
    July 14, 2016 at 4:54 pm

    This did not lead to the imagination if 5th job

  2. Anonymous
    July 14, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    first!

    • Anonymous
      July 14, 2016 at 9:40 pm

      second!

  3. Xenomata
    July 14, 2016 at 5:05 pm

    Wow, going from 50 sp required to 20?
    that’s… underwhelming to say the least.

    • Lore guy
      July 14, 2016 at 7:27 pm

      you are not using SP for any skills for 5th job. to level them up you have to farm cores of the same kind.

  4. July 14, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    Are link skills still limited to one character per day, dood?
    And I’m not sure if I understand this correctly, but there’s still a 30% gap for critical damage? If I had 100% critical damage, my minimum will be 70%?

    • Max
      July 14, 2016 at 6:09 pm

      Yes they are.
      If you have 100% critical damage, your minimum critical damage will be 120% and your maximum critical damage will be 150%.

      • Anonymous
        July 14, 2016 at 7:36 pm

        Max, you mean 120% and 150%, right?

        • Max
          July 14, 2016 at 7:37 pm

          Oh oops, my bad. Yeah it should be 120%/150%.

    • Smh
      July 14, 2016 at 7:13 pm

      Correct. To make sure you don’t see the same numbers all the time there’s a set space, but that’s also pretty fucked up..

      • Anonymous
        July 14, 2016 at 10:45 pm

        But I like seeing the same numbers all the time!

    • Hanabira.Kage
      July 14, 2016 at 7:49 pm

      Prinny rule #1! You shall always include the word “dood” in every line you say!

      • July 14, 2016 at 9:19 pm

        Sorry, dood! Sometimes people don’t take prinnies seriously when they keep saying dood all the time, dood.
        Critical damage is so weird, dood. But I understand now, dood. Thanks Max, dood!

    • Critical questioner
      July 14, 2016 at 10:38 pm

      That’s disgusting to me having my crit damage range more than 1%…

      I liked control over my critical range…

  5. July 14, 2016 at 5:27 pm

    Sounds like fun! 😀 RIP buying NX

    • Anonymous
      July 15, 2016 at 8:35 pm

      What do you mean RIP buying nx? 😮

  6. July 14, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    Max could you explain how do we increase the 5th job skill lvl? i dont get it ><

    • July 14, 2016 at 6:10 pm

      also does the core’s stat affected by potentials? cause +500dex as example for somoene who has like 100% dex will be +5k? or just 500…

      • Max
        July 14, 2016 at 6:11 pm

        No, Arcane Symbol’s stat boosts are not affected by % stat boosts.

    • Max
      July 14, 2016 at 6:12 pm

      I can’t really explain it any better, if you watch my video you can see it in action and maybe that will help.

      • July 14, 2016 at 6:17 pm

        as i thoughts =\ about arcane symbol’s stat, and i’ll check your video, thanks.

    • shiko
      July 14, 2016 at 6:15 pm

      The Enhancement Cores System..is it temporary? what it does?

      • Max
        July 14, 2016 at 6:19 pm

        Enhancement Cores increase the final damage of your skills (and can also increase # of monsters hit/defense ignore if you get them high enough). They are permanent as long as you have them installed in your V Matrix.

        • July 14, 2016 at 6:42 pm

          i got it now, but how do you have so many slots if by lvl 209 you should have only 5?

          • Max
            July 14, 2016 at 6:50 pm

            Oh that was a video from an older test server patch where they just unlocked all the slots for everyone, I do have only 5 slots now 🙂

  7. July 14, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    How does the Arcan Symbol work for Xenon? Will it give all stats?

    • Max
      July 14, 2016 at 7:29 pm

      Yep, it gives STR/DEX/LUK.

      • EvanAndMir
        July 15, 2016 at 8:11 pm

        Hey Max, can you explain what “Elda” is from the plot’s perspective?
        I’m really curious!
        Elda Nova’s description seems to suggest that’s its some kind of universal force, like Mana, Aura, the Force, the energy gathered for a Spirit Bomb, but I would like some clarification

  8. Anonymous
    July 14, 2016 at 7:12 pm

    sorta wanted to ask this while you are fresh around but…

    for the Absolab/stigma coin.
    All that I need is 25 weak/A Grade stuff right?
    current on gms it says “30 grade A and 1 grade S” But it’ll change to “25 grade A or 1 grade S” right?
    or is the “and” a typo? Cuz I really don’t think I’ll be getting Grade S anytime soon :C

    Thanks!

    • Max
      July 14, 2016 at 7:30 pm

      Unless I’m reading it wrong, I believe so…

      • Anonymous
        July 14, 2016 at 8:46 pm

        hopefully someone can confirm~
        Atm I’m painfully doing the quests daily in case it is true :C

        • EvanAndMir
          July 15, 2016 at 1:49 am

          Well, I got 50 cores in GMS and can’t exchange, but Max has translated it as “or” since day 1. Meaning they changed it in GMS.

        • EvanAndMir
          July 15, 2016 at 3:33 am

          Well, I got 50 Grade A cores in GMS and can’t exchange, but Max has translated it as “or” since day one. Meaning they most likely changed it in GMS.
          Because you needed one or the other in KMS’s Mechanical Grave since day 1, but you need both in GMS.

        • Max
          July 15, 2016 at 8:52 pm

          Oops, this is my bad. I asked my friend and he said it is 25 A Cores + 1 S Core for 1 Absolabs Coin, and the same for Stigma Coins. I’ll fix it!

  9. Anonymous
    July 14, 2016 at 7:13 pm

    Hi, Can you give more detail on lvl 200 set please? Thanks!

    • Anonymous
      July 14, 2016 at 7:30 pm

      Yes please! Maybe should us their stats and all of their pieces

    • Max
      July 14, 2016 at 7:30 pm

      It’s not released yet

    • Lore guy
      July 14, 2016 at 7:32 pm

      there is no detail other than what was posted in the last post, It wont be out or in the data for a while.

  10. Anonymous
    July 14, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    Omg are u kidding me, v job skill core is only up to lv 20? Look at ds’s v job changes. From lv 1 to lv 20 only increase its final damage by 2%, critical by 10% and skill duration by 19 sec but no increase in skill damage? Is demon slayer gonna forever remain at the bottom of thr food chain?

  11. July 14, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    few questions:

    1. can you equip two of the same core? for example, two max level sharp eyes to stack the passive effect

    2. you said the enhancement cores max out at level 40 but is the final damage increase to each skill capped?

    for example, if I have core X at level 30 that gives a bonus to skills A, B, and C and core Y at level 30 that gives a bonus to skills A, D, and E. Will skill A receive a final damage bonus of 60 levels?

    • Max
      July 14, 2016 at 8:53 pm

      1. nope, you can only equip one of the same type Skill core.
      2. Yes, it is capped at level 40. In that situation, you will have level 40 of skill A and level 30 of B/C/D/E.

  12. Anonymous
    July 14, 2016 at 9:35 pm

    My question is, is the 30 second thing on the map done for just non reboot servers? Because this really really kills farming on Reboot servers.

  13. Anonymous
    July 14, 2016 at 9:42 pm

    My question is, is the drop being 30 seconds just for non reboot servers. This will hamper farming big time on Reboot servers because its hard to even get around a map in 30 seconds especially as a Kanna because of the amount of monsters spawning and dying. It just seems counter productive to farming mesos at this point to make it 30 seconds.

    • Max
      July 14, 2016 at 10:28 pm

      I don’t have a character in Reboot but I’m pretty sure it’s for all servers since it didn’t specify ‘not Reboot’ in the patch notes.

  14. Eman
    July 14, 2016 at 10:19 pm

    Screw 5th job fr. This update as disappointing as buccs loosing transformation in big bang. Just another hyper skill + decent skills? OK. Lots have changed my friends.

  15. LnA
    July 14, 2016 at 11:18 pm

    After the stat adjustment(the removal of min/max critical, accuracy, etc), what change they made to the character card?

  16. Kox
    July 15, 2016 at 1:50 am

    Well you guys ! My dream of having easier access to link skills came true ! I always wanted it to be a window where there are all the link skills and you just choose them. Done !

  17. mnmega
    July 15, 2016 at 3:18 am

    wow, what the heck is that for mechanic’s skill? Hey Max, do you know if mech’s 5th job skills is affected by Robot Mastery? Otherwise that’s really discriminatory of Nexon.

  18. July 15, 2016 at 4:14 am

    “now apear faster”

  19. Anonymous
    July 15, 2016 at 4:47 am

    hey max. i really want to understand somehting. they said magic defense was removed. what does it mean for magican classes? int used to give magic defense.. and they all also have a skill which provide 15-30% of magic defense as physical defense. does this mean now that int will give nothing (no more magic defense) and that this skill which transfer magic def into phys def will do nothing now? thank you and i hope you can answer that.

    • Max
      July 15, 2016 at 10:41 am

      Magic Armor gives +100 defense now

      • Anonymous
        July 15, 2016 at 11:07 am

        ohh wow sucks. but thank you for replay. so it just became a skill that gives nothing. 100 defese is just nothimg. do you know what happens to all the magic defense given by INT ? does it turn into defense and int gives defense or now int gives nothing ? thank you

        • Max
          July 15, 2016 at 9:00 pm

          Based on the hover descriptions on the character stat window:
          STR – gives nothing except dmg for warriors and pirates
          DEX – gives damage reduction from higher level mobs, avoid rate, and dmg for archers and pirates
          INT – gives nothing except dmg for magicians
          LUK – gives avoid rate and dmg for thieves

          • Anonymous
            July 16, 2016 at 3:23 am

            Thank you so much !! But wasnt avoidability removed ? Or does avoic chance from dex and luck means now like dodge chance ? That its not increase avoid flat but chance to avoid/dodge ?.

            Also too bad its 5th job and almost no class has reduce dame from %hp attacks only paladic and minhile

          • Max
            July 16, 2016 at 11:48 am

            I guess it is dodge rate now yeah.

  20. TheOneWhoLaysEggs
    July 15, 2016 at 5:40 am

    Am i the only one not impressed by this 5th job, we got 1 new skill and a bunch of enhanced lower class job skills, some of which we dont even use anymore, should have been called “omni job” since the name “enhancement system is being used already

    • TheOneWhoLaysEggs
      July 15, 2016 at 5:41 am

      Omni-System*

    • Abc
      July 16, 2016 at 10:56 am

      No, you are not the only 1. But since they said that 5th job is still a “work-in-progress”, I’m not gonna say anything about having only 1 new skill at 5th job at the moment. The nerfs however, are a major turnoff.

  21. July 15, 2016 at 5:53 am

    Lol Pause the video at 5:26 and thank me later.

    • Anonymous
      July 15, 2016 at 6:05 am

      theres noting on the video at 5:26 lol ^^

  22. Anonymous
    July 15, 2016 at 9:03 am

    Max can you show some of the maps with their layout changed? It may be a little troublesome but I am quite curious how did they changed it.
    I remember in U&I update they basically made every map 10x bigger

  23. Shane
    July 15, 2016 at 10:35 am

    So every class have 1 active skill for 5th job?

    • Max
      July 15, 2016 at 8:53 pm

      No, you can have your own specific class’s skill and the general job skill. And in addition to those two, you can also get Elda Nova/Blink/Rope Connect/Elda’s Will/Decent skills.

  24. Abc
    July 15, 2016 at 11:49 am

    Really? Those new skills & link skills were initially capped at level 50 and now its capped at 20? If that’s not a nerf, I have no idea what is that then…

    Why even bother capping at 50 at test server when they are just gonna cap it at 20 in the actual server? Trolling players much?

    • Lore guy
      July 16, 2016 at 3:12 am

      if you bother to see the major changes they did in the last test patch, dropping them to 20 at least makes them equal to what you’re getting out of em vs lvl 50 for the same exact thing at the max lvl.

      they capped them at 50 at the test server cause it’s exactly that, a test to see how to rebalance them before they make it to the real server. from what it looked like they could have even increased the max to 100 before they did the hefty nurf that we all knew was coming.

  25. Sheep
    July 15, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    I find this disappointing:
    Pet loot change to 30 seconds. (Why? this only makes looting harder than it already is thanks to how laggy GMS is.)
    Skills being decreased from level 50 to 20(why is that?)
    Cooldowns added to Decent Skills and a pointless cooldown to rope (3 seconds). (not that it is important but seems kinda dumb since if you are going to buff up for a boss, waiting 180 seconds to rebuff is just stupid.)
    Status Resist change once again, affecting us in bosses.
    Honestly, 5th job patch is much more disappointing then I thought.

    • The Latin Lumi
      July 15, 2016 at 6:11 pm

      This update…just makes it easier to quit the game.

      • Anonymous
        July 17, 2016 at 2:15 am

        Its the last nail in the coffin. Maple is finally going to die.

    • Abc
      July 16, 2016 at 1:34 am

      Agreed, whoever responsible for the hype and nerfs should just kill themselves, what’s the point when the actual content is a complete crap to what they actually promised. (Just look at test server content VS official patch content…)

      To those who insists that this is still a work in progress, stop trying to force your optimism on others, the fact that they even include a MAJOR nerf from test server to actual server is a huge turnoff.

      • Lore guy
        July 16, 2016 at 3:14 am

        all the nurfs were in the last test patch. please learn to read.

        • Abc
          July 16, 2016 at 10:53 am

          You are the one who needs to learn2read. What I was referring to was those new 5th job skills and the decent skills that got a FURTHER nerf hammer after being released to the server while at maxed level. Not convinced? I can compare some of the example. Take for example:
          Test server:
          Evan’s elemental blast
          Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Use 4 consecutive magic spells that deal 520% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate. Cooldown: 60 seconds.
          Level 50: Consumes 1000 MP. Use 4 consecutive magic spells that deal 1500% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemiess with an additional 100% critical rate. Cooldown: 60 seconds
          Actual:
          [max level: 20]
          Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. Use 4 consecutive magic spells that deal 520% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate. Cooldown: 60 seconds.
          Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. Use 4 consecutive magic spells that deal 900% damage 6 times on up to 15 enemies with an additional 100% critical rate. Cooldown:60 seconds.

          Let’s compare another skill if you are still NOT convinced:
          Night lord’s spread throw
          Test:
          Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 41 seconds, when using Throw skills, they will throw stars in various directions all at once. Lucky Seven/Triple Throw: 4 extra directions. Quadruple Throw: 3 extra directions. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
          Level 50: Consumes 1000 MP. For 90 seconds, when using Throw skills, they will throw stars in various directions all at once. Lucky Seven/Triple Throw: 4 extra directions. Quadruple Throw: 3 extra directions. Cooldown: 180 seconds.

          VS
          Actual:
          Level 1: Consumes 1000 MP. For 41 seconds, when using Throw skills, they will throw stars in various directions all at once. Lucky Seven/Triple Throw: 4 extra directions. Quadruple Throw: 3 extra directions. Cooldown: 180 seconds.
          Level 20: Consumes 1000 MP. For 60 seconds, when using Throw skills, they will throw stars in various directions all at once. Lucky Seven/Triple Throw: 4 extra directions. Quadruple Throw: 3 extra directions. Cooldown: 180 seconds.

          While you argue that the max level of the actual server is lowered, a nerf is a nerf. They could have left the max skill level at level 50 if they felt that having the effect of the level 50 skill on a level 20 is too “overpowered”.

        • Sheep
          July 18, 2016 at 7:03 pm

          @Lore guy Screw off, just admit that fact that Nexon doesn’t care about 5th job. They hyped people for nothing. The fact that they nerfed the skill levels down for no apparent reason is just plain dumb choice made by them. This game is just dying and you know it.

          • Anonymous
            August 5, 2016 at 12:45 pm

            I love it when amateur kids think they can develop games better than big companies. Do you REALLY think adding more than one skill for 5th job will do you any justice? For all 35+ classes? Lmao.

  26. Anonymous Coward
    July 15, 2016 at 1:10 pm

    I just lost all my hype for 5th job. When I saw the high level skills and the arcane stones could go and all the passive boosts I was very much pleased. I thought: “Hey, it could take a while but this actually feels like the be all end all. A satisfactory complement for the grind to 250.”

    But then they reduced the passive boosts and now lowered all the levels so even the arcane stones are capped at 10 rather than 100. Basically breaking what was already a pretty dang good model and for Nexon, good models do not make.

    I think now I can finally say: Screw MapleStory, and screw Nexon. Unless they revert what was before or improve it, I’m done.

    • EvanAndMir
      July 15, 2016 at 8:08 pm

      I think you underestimate the time it’ll take to level up cores.
      You need duplicate copies to add skill exp to them.
      Also, the fact that there’s skill exp, represented by a bar.
      This means that later on, core fusion probably adds SIGNIFICANTLY less than a full sp worth, otherwise, why add an exp bar in the first place?
      Even if it WAS just: 1 level for every duplicate core you add to them, you’d still need to get TWENTY COPIES FOF A SINGLE CORE.
      This means you need to get more than one of the EXACT SAME CORE, and each character in the game has like 10 cores to call their own counting enhancement cores, and core gemstones don’t always yield ones for your job
      You’ve got hundreds of possible cores to get out of Core Gemstones, and you only need/can use around 10 of them, at most.
      Also, the passive boosts, I know nothing about how badly the %final damage was nerfed, because Max didn’t cover them in tespia iirc.
      But now everything gets an extra line.
      Depending on the skill, that can be an extra 10%-40% damage.
      Yes, getting more lines still affects DPS, but only if the damage per line isn’t reduced to compensate for it.
      EX: I have a skill that hits 6 times for 360% damage, that’s a total of 2160% of the damage i’d hit with a thwack
      I get an extra line on that skill. DISREGARDING any changes in raw damage (range), I now hit 7 times for 360% damage. That’s a total of 2480%.
      My damage output just increased by 18%, and that stacks MULTIPLICATIVELY with any changes in %final damage or %damage point
      Not to mention that you unlock extra core slots on the V Matrix by leveling up past 200.
      So, unless you expected to grind your way to 250 casually (as in, less than 30-40% of your play time spent grinding) and still not be finished with your 5th job skills, that’s just unrealistic.
      The more content you partake in, the faster farming the cores will be, and the slower grinding will be, the more time you spend grinding, the less time you have for farming core gemstones.
      So, say you play 5 hours each day.
      You strike a balance between grinding and content/events:
      2 hours of grinding, 3 ours of content/events

  27. Anonymous
    July 15, 2016 at 9:41 pm

    Hey Max, I was wondering what the last line on Mercedes’s Elemental Ghost works. From my understanding, every time I link a skill it would decrease Elemental Ghost’s cooldown, right? I’m just curious because I’m thinking about playing a combo based mercedes if this is how that cooldown reduction works.

    • Max
      July 15, 2016 at 10:28 pm

      The cooldown reduction only works on the special attack from Elemental Ghost that activates every 10 seconds.

  28. Xenomata
    July 15, 2016 at 10:22 pm

    Would it be possible to learn the total % damage increase for each skill enhanced by 5th job Enhancement Cores? Like, the damage increase for a hurricane-like skill might be different from a standard bossing attack, and even more so for an attack that has its hit count doubled by Shadow Partner, and even then that is just bossing skills, who knows for mobbing skills?
    What I am most interested in is how in most cases only the absolute base skill is listed, such as Assassins Mark for Night Lord (Final skill is Night Lords Mark), or Orbital Flame for Blaze Wizard (Orbital Flame IV is the final stage). Do these skills affect the final version of the skill the player is using by the time they achieve 5th job, or is this some grave error on Nexon oreas part?

    • Max
      July 15, 2016 at 10:28 pm

      Yep they affect the final versions since those skills are just upgrades to the original ones.
      I can add the specific values tomorrow 🙂

      • Xenomata
        July 18, 2016 at 12:30 am

        Thank you for listing them. A little disappointed that it’s a little predictable how most 1st/2nd job skills are 4%, 3rd job are 3%, and 4th job and hyper skills are 2%, unless a skill is supposed to be used a lot in which case it becomes 2%, but hey, a damage boost is a damage boost I guess.

  29. Anonymous
    July 16, 2016 at 1:31 am

    Are the new decent skill cores the same as the ones from potential? I would think no because the cores have CDs, different durations, and some passive stats. If so, do decent skill cores stack with the ones from potential?

    It would be nice if something like decent SI stacked twice.

  30. john
    July 16, 2016 at 6:31 am

    What happened to the server recently, so much lags especially at night

    • Max
      July 16, 2016 at 11:47 am

      Yep it’s horrible lol.

      • john
        July 16, 2016 at 10:26 pm

        Even tho the compensation has been given but the server still lag lag lag lag ><"

  31. xero
    July 16, 2016 at 7:53 am

    Hey max, I just wanted to ask for some clarification on Xenon’s 5th job. Where it says you can enhance existing skills, does purge lob enhancement effect all 3 modes? meaning snipe can hit +1 monsters?
    Thanks in advanced 🙂

    • Max
      July 16, 2016 at 11:46 am

      Yeah it affects all 3, and the skill doesn’t specifically mention that it doesn’t so I guess?

  32. Anonymous
    July 17, 2016 at 4:13 am

    Did %avoid turn into %damage in the real server?

    • Max
      July 18, 2016 at 9:24 pm

      Nope, % avoid/% accuracy changed randomly into either % defense, % stat, or % HP/MP.

  33. Ezzi
    July 17, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    The wild hunter 5th job skill is shite imo. Why, oh why, did i choose to main a wh….

    • Xenomata
      July 18, 2016 at 12:29 am

      Cause they’re good otherwise. Don’t need a good 5th job skill to be a good class anyways, just equip nothing but the cores that increase skill damage.

  34. XTWC
    July 18, 2016 at 6:19 am

    Does Xenon Third Job Dual Hybrid (that adds 100% avoid) still work the same? Since they’ve removed avoid.

    • Max
      July 18, 2016 at 12:00 pm

      Yep it gives +100% avoid rate

  35. Anonymous
    July 18, 2016 at 9:22 am

    Edit: There is another Patch, KMS 1.2.261, because they decided to add 10 more channels to most world due to the laginess ..

  36. July 18, 2016 at 10:17 am

    Does Holy Unity (pally’s skill) combine all two buffs when self buffed? I feel a bit unclear about that.

    • Max
      July 18, 2016 at 12:01 pm

      I believe you’ll only get the final dmg boost if you cast Holy Unity alone.

      • July 20, 2016 at 6:09 am

        The text “you’ll just receive the BUFFS yourself” messed me up.
        I thought the dmg boost was one buff and party bind was another buff. So “buffs” meant two haha.

  37. Anonymous
    July 18, 2016 at 5:07 pm

    In the V diary event, do the temple of time and kritias expeditions refer to the quest lines, or something else?

    • Max
      July 18, 2016 at 6:11 pm

      Yeah you gotta finish the quest lines.

  38. Xyrogenic
    July 18, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    I would also like to know the changes to character cards since I’m about to either make a Night walker or Wind archer.

    • Max
      July 18, 2016 at 8:39 pm

      Bowmaster/Wind Archer – +2/4/6/8% ACC -> +10/20/40/80 DEX
      Dual Blade/Night Walker – +2/3/4/5% AVOID -> +10/20/40/80 LUK
      3 Thieves – maximum critical damage -> critical damage (same values)
      EunWol – minimum and maximum critical damage -> critical damage (same values)

      • Xyrogenic
        July 18, 2016 at 9:24 pm

        Thanks! either one of those would work great for me, I think I’ll make a Night walker for now. (Had one when I played in Scania and it looks like they’ve got some new skills since I’ve been gone.)

  39. Anonymous
    July 18, 2016 at 11:59 pm

    Joker Skill
    Is there any data how fast each hits are and the amount of lines per hit?

  40. Anonymous
    July 19, 2016 at 4:31 am

    uhh. I’m not familiar with KMS. I want to ask if the NW jump-attack to cancer animation had been removed on recent KMS update or not. Because it seem like GMS will update that frorm KMS if it happened.

    • Max
      July 19, 2016 at 10:43 am

      Don’t think so

  41. Anonymous
    July 20, 2016 at 2:49 am

    “Decent Combat Orders: Temporarily increases all of your skill levels. Skills that have already reached master level are not increased.”
    ….
    isnt that freaking useless?

  42. July 20, 2016 at 2:58 pm

    HOLY SNAP! This is…A LOT! Omg those Meso Ranger skills, Nice to see them using them again since they shut down the Omega Sector.
    A lot of this is just purely amazing.

  43. john
    July 21, 2016 at 6:29 am

    Is it just me or? I couldnt enter star planet mobile, is is a maintanance or are they starting to ip ban certain area outside korea? i am at SEA region

    • Max
      July 21, 2016 at 11:38 am

      Yeah they took it down for maintenance, no end date stated.

  44. Chaos
    July 23, 2016 at 8:56 pm

    Is there any bug reported that mercedes skill cannot be maxed even at level 140? i only able to put in 190 skill points from level 100 to level 140.
    Can u help me to check it out,max? TQ

    • Max
      July 24, 2016 at 5:10 pm

      That’s pretty weird, there were a few SP errors over the past couple patches. I think you can talk to Maple Admin to reset your SP?

  45. Seido
    July 24, 2016 at 3:36 pm

    Max, I’ve reached level 200 and got my 5th job advancement. I have the Arcane Symbol and completed the first six quests. Now I’m facing monsters that require 80 Arcane but I’m stuck with lvl 1 Arcane Symbol (yeah, I’ve forced myself to do quests in 50 Arc maps). Also, there are no daily quests in Road of Vanishing. Any idea what to do now? Can’t level up my Arcane Symbol without them. :/

    • Max
      July 24, 2016 at 5:09 pm

      You need to complete the entire quest line with only 30 AF to unlock the daily quests. Even then, those quests will still require you to fight monsters with higher AF requirements so it’s a bit of a grind.

      • Seido
        July 25, 2016 at 4:36 am

        Damn. I need to get better range, sitting at 400k buffed with my Aran and the 80 arc maps are really painful (I’m on Reboot).

  46. Anonymous
    July 27, 2016 at 3:04 pm

    Do the new Zero Weapons count as absolabs, or can we put say, a root abyss scroll onto them?

    • Max
      July 27, 2016 at 3:05 pm

      They don’t count as Absolabs weapons unless you have used the Absolabs Set Scroll on them beforehand! So when you upgrade them, they’ll keep whatever set you’ve scrolled them with (or be setless if you haven’t used a scroll on them yet).

      • Anonymous
        July 27, 2016 at 3:37 pm

        great to know! Cheers max!

  47. Boben
    July 28, 2016 at 5:48 am

    Max, I was wondering this +1 monster hit says its applying to gigas wave. Does that mean gigas wave hit 2 enemies in nonfinalform instead of 1?

    • Max
      July 28, 2016 at 12:33 pm

      Yep

  48. Anonymous
    July 28, 2016 at 11:04 am

    Any information on the Black Heart item? Stats/slots?

    • Max
      July 28, 2016 at 12:40 pm

      Gives 10 all stats, has special potential of 30% boss damage and 30% defense ignore but it expires and can’t be extended.

  49. RaijinStrike
    August 3, 2016 at 4:52 am

    For striker it says the “bold” instead of bolt. Just specifics.

    • RaijinStrike
      August 3, 2016 at 4:54 am

      Sorry that wasn’t meant to sound mean :0

    • Max
      August 3, 2016 at 5:27 pm

      Fixed!

  50. August 7, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    Max i was wondering the skills enhancment? why it so unbalanced like skill assasinate wchich is 627% / 1300% compare to Hurricane(300%) no one said anything about it?….

    • Anonymous
      August 9, 2016 at 4:38 pm

      It’s a final damage % boost, which directly affects the damage on your lines.

      It has nothing to do with the skill’s % damage.

  51. Brayden Fath
    August 25, 2016 at 5:12 am

    So judging on how stats are distributed via AP system, will the arcane symbols give Demon Avenger 30k HP???

  52. Anonymous
    August 30, 2016 at 6:05 am

    Hi, will current gloves having %min crit lines on legendary potential will change to %crit damage? or will change to random stats?

  53. October 1, 2016 at 1:09 am

    what will happened to avoidability % / accuracy % potential lines?

    • Max
      October 3, 2016 at 8:53 pm

      Randomly changed into %HP/MP/stat

  54. Marko
    November 13, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    Hi Max. Will they reset my core skills when I change job? like bishop to i/l, then i/l to bishop again. Will they keep my upgrade bishop skill or I have to start over again? Thanks in advance!

    • Max
      November 13, 2016 at 7:48 pm

      Nope you’ll keep all your Cores, but they’ll be unusable (except for common job skills).

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