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MapleStory Pirate Skills + Skill Build

19/09/2008 60 comments

Title: MapleStory 1st Job Pirate – Pirate Skills, Pirate Skill Build (Skill Allocation) with Explanation!

Requirement: Level 10, with 20 DEX
Head to Nautilus Port and find Kyrin. talking to her about “Path of the Pirate” should put you to Level 10. To be as ready as you can be, have a Lvl 10 Beginner waiting in “Forest East of Henesys”

How to read this skill build? 16 – 18 means Level 16, 17 and 18 [Level 16 to 18]. For 20 – 20, it means only Level 20. The guide below is purely a personal recommendation and need not be followed. Each skill listed below has advices/tips shared by senior players to guide you in building your character!

Pearl of Knowledge:
Pirate class uniqueness is it has a combination of most of the skills found in the 4 primary jobs (warrior, magician, thief and bowman), similar to a White Knight that has accessed to Ice/Lightning/Fire/Holy Elements from Magician. This makes it fun to play as pirate. Apart from that, the core skills could be leveled quickly because it has a max mastery of level 20, compare to the 4 primary jobs that requires level 30 to max a skill.

Below is the hierarchy order of Pirate advancement: [Pirate Main Page]
Pirate -> Gunslinger -> Vaklyrie (Outlaw) -> Captain (Corsair)
Pirate -> Infighter (Brawler) -> Buccaneer (Marauder) -> Viper (Buccaneer)

Notice: Skill Name Modification (GMS) [Old – New] [Skill Book & Mastery Book Locations]
Dash – Dash
Double Shot – Double Barrel Shot
Moon Kick – Sommersault Kick
Straight/First Strike – Flash Fist
Quick Motion – Bullet Time

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Ultimate HP Washing Guide

17/09/2008 31 comments

Abstract
What is HP Washing? HP Washing is the process by which, a character loses MP and gains HP. This works because HP and MP have a common Ability Point (AP) pool. You need to spend a lot of real life money on AP Resets from the Cash Shop in order to HP Wash. MP Washing is the opposite of HP Washing. Why HP wash? To gain more HP so you can survive boss monster (Zakum, Horntail, Grandpa, Anego, etc) attacks that deals more than 3000 damage!

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Pearl Of Knowledge

    It is not recommended to use this technique since it burn your parent’s pocket-money or your salary funds for online games (virtual characters) unless you are rich person who is feeling generous to pay huge sum of money to Nexon/Asiasoft/Wizet. I wonder why MapleStory did not ban/remove this bug or glitch, perhaps a good way to earn more more money from hardcore MapleStory players? *ponders*
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    (Quote from kwanhua) Hp Wash concept was first developed by Tiger from Maplegobal (Slaute all guys) and further tested out and improved by many guys including Tanyia from maplesea (bootes)(Sorry i can’t named one by one there is too much of you guys down there) and me. Hp washing refers to adding it Ap into hp. And then buy ap reset from cash shop. -mp and add the ap into the stats which you want. For eg if you are warrior you will – mp and add it to STR.

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How to HP Wash?
If you have the minumum MP to HP Wash, go for it. If not, keep stockpiling your “extra MP” until you have enough to wash once again. So, once you level up, you are given 5 AP. Below are the step by step guide:
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    Step 1: Calculate your minimum MP
    Let’s assume that you are a Level 200 Thief with 4000 MP
    Use 1 of the formula below to calculate minimum MP that you can channel to HP:
    Min MP Formula for Sperman class = 4 X level + 156
    Min MP Formula for Fighter class = 4 x level +56
    Min MP Formula for Bow/Crossbow job = level x 14 + 148
    Min MP Formula for before 2nd job Thieves = level x 14 – 4
    Min MP Formula for after 2nd job Thieves = level x 14 + 148
    The thief minimum MP that he can’t remove is (200 x 14 + 148) = 2948
    So, this thief could place at least (4000 MP – 2948 MP = 1052 MP) into his/her HP!

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    Step 2: Using AP Reset Cards (NX Cash)
    1. Put 1 AP into HP (1 at a time, not all 5 into HP)
    2. Use AP Reset to reduce 1 point from MP.
    3. Add that 1 point into your primary attribute. (example: If you are a Thief, add to LUK)
    4. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 until all your AP have been used.

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Hp Wash Frequently Asked Question

    What is the maximum hp that one can have?
    MapleStory cap all jobs HP and MP at 30,000 HP and 30,000 MP. (with/without hyperbody)
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    How much do you gain/lose?
    For every point you put into HP, you gain 20 HP (On average) and for every point you take out of MP, you lose 12 MP (On average). On average, at level 120~ people can wash around 13 times. That means, that for the price of 13 AP Resets you gain around 240 HP and lose 156 MP.
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    Reasons to HP Wash for Archers
    3600 HP – You can solo Pianus (The left one I believe) safely.
    3700 HP – Able to safely take a hit from Skelegons (High level Leafre monsters, very good EXP)
    3700 HP – Able to take 2 hits in a row without dying at Himes / Dreamy Ghost / Monglong / Mong
    4100 HP – Able to tank Papulatus’ bombs, enabling solos, or being part of HB-less parties at all bosses.

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How to improve out MP gained Per Level

    How to get the most out of HP Washing? It has been proven that leveling up with INT equips on, increases your MP gained at around 10 extra INT = 1 additional MP on level-up. This is the formula for MP Gain Per Level = 15 + (total int * 0.1) +/- 1. It’s best to start wearing INT items early in the mid 30’s to gain the most out of it.
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    Below is a list of INT items that you can equip when your EXP is at 99.99% before reaching next level!
    The items below are scrolled with White Scroll and 10% Scroll for that specific item. White Scroll is to prevent the 10% scrolling effect from being used up if it failed. Most common players would only get about 50 INT of equipments.
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    Hat
    Zakum Helmet (1) = STR +17, DEX +17, INT +17, LUK +15, Accuracy +23, Avoidability +23
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    Overall (10 slots)
    10% Scroll for Overall Armor for INT = Success rate: 10%, INT + 5, magic def. + 3, MaxMP + 10
    Bathrobe for Men/Women (Speed +10) without scroll
    Bathrobe for Men/Women (Speed +10, INT + 50, magic def. + 30, MaxMP + 100) +10 scroll
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    Bottom
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    Shoes (7 slots)
    Yellow Snowshoes (DEX +4, INT +3)
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    Gloves (5 slots)
    60% Scroll for Gloves for Magic Att. = Success Rate 60%, magic attack+1, INT+1
    10% Scroll for Gloves for Magic Att. = Success rate 10%, magic defense +1, magic attack +3, INT +3
    Yellow Work Gloves (INT +3) without scroll
    Yellow Work Gloves (magic defense +5, magic attack +15, INT +8) +7 60% scrolls
    Yellow Work Gloves (magic defense +5, magic attack +15, INT +18) +7 10% scrolls
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    Capes (5 slots)
    10% Scroll for Cape for INT = Success rate:10%, INT+3
    60% Scroll for Cape for INT = Success rate:60%, INT+2
    Pink Adventurer Cape (Weapon Attack +5) without scroll
    Pink Adventurer Cape (Weapon Attack +5 INT +10) +5 60% scroll
    Pink Adventurer Cape (Weapon Attack +5 INT +15) +5 10% scroll
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    Shields (10 slots)
    60% Scroll for Shield for Magic Att. = Success Rate 60%, magic attack+2, INT+1
    10% Scroll for Shield for Magic Att. = Success Rate 10%, magic attack+3, INT+2
    Maple Shield (Avoidability +3) without Scroll
    Maple Shield (Avoidability +3 Magic attack+20, INT+10) +10 60% Scrolls
    Maple Shield (Avoidability +3 Magic attack+30, INT+20) +10 10% Scrolls
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    Earrings (5 slots)
    60% Scroll for Earring for INT = Success rate:60%, magic attack +2, INT+1
    10% Scroll for Earring for INT = Success rate:10%, Magic Attack +5, INT +3, Magic Defense +1
    Gold Emerald Earrings (DEX +2, INT +6) without Scroll
    Gold Emerald Earrings (DEX +2, INT +11, Magic Attack +10) +5 60% Scrolls
    Gold Emerald Earrings (DEX +2, INT +21, Magic Attack +25, Magic Defense +5) +5 10% Scrolls
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    Pendant (10 slots)
    Dragon Stone = Weapon Defense +140, Magic Defense +140, Avoidability +15, All Stats +15
    Horned Tail Necklace (STR +07, DEX +07, INT +07, LUK +07, Avoid +24) without scroll
    Horned Tail Necklace (STR +52, DEX +52, INT +52, LUK +52, Avoid +69) Scroll with 3 Dragon Stone
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    Eye Accessory (7 slots)
    Scroll for Eye Accessory for INT = Success rate: 10%, INT +3, Magic Def. +2
    Owl Mask (+3 Accuracy) without scroll
    Owl Mask (+3 Accuracy, INT +21, Magic Def. +14) +7 Scroll
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    Face Accessory (7 slots)
    10% Scroll for Face Eqp. for HP = Success rate: 10%, MaxHP +30
    Doggy Mouth (Avoidability +3) without scroll
    Doggy Mouth (Avoidability +3, Max HP +210) +7 scroll
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Total Int that any warrior/bowman/thief can equip

    Godly Scrolled Items (+7 slots 10% success)
    Zakum Helmet + Bathrobe + Yellow Glove + Pink Cape + Maple Shield + Gold Emerald + Horned Tail Necklace + Owl Mask + Yellow Snow Shoes
    17 + 50 + 18 + 15 + 20 + 21 + 52 + 21 + 3 = 217 INT
    Semi Godly Scrolled Items (+7 slots 60% success)
    Zakum Helmet + Gold Emerald Earrings + Pink Cape + Yellow Glove + Yellow Snow Shoes
    17 + 11 + 10 + 8 + 3 + (Player’s Base 4 INT) = 55 INT
    Conclusion
    So, if each time you wear +50 INT equipment at 99% before next level, you would gain additional 5 MP, and leveling 3 times would get you 15 MP. It would be sufficient for 1 AP Reset since it reduces -12 MP from your Max MP. If you are wearing the 217 INT equipment, you will gain 21 MP per level, and in 3 levels you gain 63 MP (able to use 5 AP Resets! = 5x20HP = 100 HP!!!) In short, every 10 INT gains 1 MP.

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Summary

    It’s best not to reset too much Mp into Hp because it would be a waste of real money if you party with spearman to gain Hyperbody, that increases your Max Mp and HP by +60%. For example, your current Max Hp is 18750. With Hyperbody, it would add another 11250 tons of HP. 1 AP Reset Card cost 6,000 A-Cash (AsiaSoft Cash), 170 resets would be 6000*170=1,020,000. 1 A-Cash Point is 0.00107 SG$, so that would be a sum of 1091.4 Singapore dollars. (Quote from kwanhua) Pride in being the 1st person to wash my hp to 30k in maplesea history – used up to +170 reset cards…

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AsiaSoft MapleStory SEA – A Cash Cards (Source)

    A-Cash Value 05,000 – SG$ 05.35 – RM 12.00
    A-Cash Value 10,000 – SG$ 10.70 – RM 24.00
    A-Cash Value 20,000 – SG$ 21.40 – RM 48.00
    A-Cash Value 30,000 – SG$ 32.10 – RM 72.00

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Reference Source
Sleepywood.net
PlayPark Forum

4th Job Advancement Guide Frequently Asked Question

11/09/2008 26 comments

Title: 4th Job Advancement Guide Frequently Asked Question
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Pearl of Knowledge
Below is a brief a walkthrough on 4th Job Skills. Unlike 1st, 2nd and 3rd job skills, 4th job requires you to find 3 different types of books namely skillbook (level 1-10), storybook (quest to find mastery book aka mastery guide) and mastery book (level 11-20, level 21-30). Refer to this post which has a list of all these books and indicates the type of monster that drops those. Have fun reading!

Guide for Fourth Job Advancement
Requirement:
– You must be at least Level 120
– You should be a 3rd Job class
– Skill points from your 3rd Job must be fully assigned

Step By Step Guide
Speak to the respective 3rd job instructor in El Nath to get a Recommendation Letter for the Fourth Advancement. Bring the Recommendation Letter to the 4th Job Instructor in Leafre for acknowledgement. Now, prove to the Instructor that you have what it takes for the 4th job advancement by getting the Heroic Star and Heroic Pentagon. You may hunt the Manon and Griffey to get the required items. Alternatively, head to Eos Tower 44th Floor to get a Secret Letter of Spell at 10 million mesos. After which, look for Chief Tatamo of Leafre Village to exchange for a set of Heroic Star and Heroic Pentagon. When you are ready with the required items, go to your 4th job instructor to make your job advancement. Congratulations! You are now in 4th job advance class! You will be granted 3 Skill Points, 5 Ability Points, a Maple Hero Skill Book and 3 core skills.

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4th Job Skill Book Quest Information – How to add new skills through quest?
Warrior | Bowman | Magician | Thief | Pirate

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Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) (source)

    What is a skillbook? How does it work with fourth jobs?
    Unlike previous job advances, you are not able to allocate SP to every single skill. Initially, you can only allocate up to 10 points in your core skills and up to 0 points in your non-core skills. In order to allocate points into your non-core skills, you will need to obtain a skillbook. A skillbook is a usable item which allows you to allocate up to 10 points into a non-core skill. You do not need a skillbook for your core skills because you can already allocate the first 10 points to those skills initially. There are 2 more extra books, which are mastery book and storybook.
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    So what are the core skills for my class?
    Common – Maple Hero/Warrior (MW)
    Hero – Monster Magnet, Achilles, Brandish
    Paladin – Monster Magnet, Achilles, Blast
    Dark Knight – Monster Magnet, Achilles, Beholder
    F/P Archmage – Quantum Explosion, Mana Reflection, Medusa Eyes
    I/L Archmage – Quantum Explosion, Mana Reflection, Chain Lightning
    Bishop – Quantum Explosion, Mana Reflection, Holy Shield
    Night Lord – Fake, Claw Venom, Soul Javelin
    Shadower – Fake, Dagger Venom, Boomerang Step
    Bowmaster: Sharp Eyes, Bow Mastery, Hamstring
    Crossbowmaster: Sharp Eyes, Crossbow Mastery, Blind
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    Okay, so how do I get skillbooks for my non-core skills?
    Most skillbooks can be obtained through fetch quests. Many of these quests will have you running between all of your different job instructors, and a few of them will have you doing jump quests or PQs. Also, you can find some skillbooks dropping from boss monsters, such as Triple Throw (Zakum) or Angel Ray (Zakum). Finally, some quests require that you hunt for a storybook before you even attempt to begin the skillbook quest. So, it really varies.
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    What is a storybook? How is it different from a skillbook?
    A storybook is an item that you can find from non-boss monsters, such as Lucidas or Grim Phantom Watches. Storybooks allow you to begin the quest to obtain the skillbook. A skillbook allows you the ability to allocate SP to the first 10 levels of a non-core skill. Even though these two words may look alike, they are not the same thing!
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    Why bother wasting time with the fetch quests? I’ll just buy the skillbooks.
    Sorry, but the skillbooks cannot be traded, bought, sold, or put into storage. Storybooks and mastery guides can be bought, traded, and sold, though.
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    Hold on… what’s a mastery guide?
    In order to allocate more than 10 points into a skill (whether core or non-core), you have to find level 20 and level 30 mastery guides. To use the level 20 guide, you must have at least 5 points in the skill before you use it. To use the level 30 guide, you must have the at least 15 points in the skill before you use it. Unfortunately, Maple Story likes to make things even more difficult. Level 20 mastery guides have only a 70% chance of success, and level 30 mastery guides have only a 50% chance of success. Sucks, huh? At least the skillbook has a 100% chance of working.
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    Oh no! What if a mastery guide fails when I use it?
    Relax, your skills don’t have “slots” like normal weapons. You can use mastery guides on your skills as much as you like.
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    Just to recap all of the terminology used here:
    Core Skill – A skill that already has an initial maximum SP level of 10. No skillbooks are required to unlock these. You will be able to allocate points to these skills immediately after you advance to the fourth job.
    Mastery Guide – A special, usable item that lets you increase the maximum SP level of a skill to 20 or 30, with a 70% and 50% success rate, respectively.
    Non-core skill – A skillbook is necessary to unlock these skills.
    Skillbook – An item which works like a scroll. This will allow you to allocate the first 10 points to a skill. These cannot be traded or put into storage.
    Storybook – Special drop from non-boss monsters that allows you to begin the quest for a skillbook

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MapleStory Blog Navigator

10/09/2008 27 comments


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Skill Description + Skill Build (MapleStory Job Guide)
1st Job : Warrior | Magician | Thief | Bowman | Pirate
Warrior 2nd Job : Fighter | Page | Spearman
Warrior 3rd Job : Crusader | White Knight | Dragon Knight
Warrior 4th Job : Hero | Paladin | Dark Knight
Bowman 2nd Job : Hunter | Crossbow
Bowman 3rd Job : Ranger | Sniper
Bowman 4th Job : Bow Master | Crossbow Master
Magician 2nd Job : Cleric | Fire/Poison | Ice/Lightning
Magician 3rd Job : Priest | Fire/Poison | Ice/Lightning
Magician 4th Job : Bishop | Fire/Poison | Ice/Lightning
Thief 2nd Job : Assassin | Bandit
Thief 3rd Job : Hermit | Chief Bandit
Thief 4th Job : Night Lord | Shadower
Pirate 2nd Job : Gunslinger | Infighter (Brawler)
Pirate 3rd Job : Buccaneer (Marauder) | Valkyrie (Outlaw)
Pirate 4th Job : Viper (Buccaneer) | Captain (Corsair)

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Guide on How to get 4th Job Skill Book through Quest
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Guide on Training Spots (G.O.T.S)
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MSEA & GMS 3rd Job Advancement Questions and Answers
4th Job Advancement Guide – Frequently Asked Question
MapleStory 4th Job Skill Book + Mastery Book Drop List
Who are the GMs in MapleSEA and MapleGlobal?
Guide on MapleStory 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Job Advancement for warrior, bowman, magician, thief, pirate?
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Character Topics
Monster Accuracy Table for Warrior
MapleStory Accuracy Calculator – How to 100% hit without miss?
Ultimate HP Washing Guide – How to get the most out of it? (More HP to survive boss attacks!)
Legendary Spirit & Mount Hog + Silver Mane Guide
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Drop List Topics
MapleStory Pirate Equipments List Level 10-110
MapleStory New Timeless Weapons and Equipments (Level 120)
Thief Throwing Star Guide – Where to find throwing-stars + (Formula: Refill cost vs Capacity!)
Pirate Gunslinger Bullet Guide + Bullet Drop List
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Exp and Meso Related Topics
MapleStory Ultimate EXP Guide: 8 Tips on Leveling Up Quickly
MapleStory Monster Exp Report – 10% Exp Par
MapleStory Ultimate Meso Guide: 8 Tips on Earning Meso Quickly
Orbis Exchange Quest (with useful hints + tips and tricks)
The Ultimate Guide For Newbies to Earn POTIONS.
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MapleStory Monster Exp Report – 10% Exp Par

10/09/2008 5 comments

MapleStory Monster Exp Report (without 2X Exp)

    This report is base on 10% Exp Par. How to read this report? Below is a list of monster name with Exp (right), accompanied with player’s level (left). The level indicates the maximum level for a player who could train on those monster gaining at least 10% Exp per hour. (approximately 10 hours per level). This report is useful for player level 30 and above.
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    MapleStory uses this Exp formula (Level 50 to 200 is 1.0548 Exp increment per level). Each time you level, your Exp To Next Level is multiplied by 1.0548! So to catch up with that, you need to train on higher monster level that provides more than 1.058 Exp. For more details on the 10% Exp concept and the 5-level-rule, read this post. This report is a complement for Monster Encyclopedia 1, Monster Encyclopedia 2 and Monster Encyclopedia 3 and to all training ground guides for warrior | bowman | thief | magician.
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    The assumption applied here is able to KO a monster within 4 seconds. This duration in seconds consists of walking, hitting, potting, afk-ing and chatting activities. Walk is to approach the monster before you could kill it. Hitting is KO-ing the monster with your weapon, potting refers to consuming potion while training and purchasing from shop, and chatting is what usually players do in MapleStory.

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Max Level reaching 10% Exp | Monster Name

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    Monster Level 1-10
    21 : 3 – Snail
    23 : 4 – Blue Snail
    25 : 5 – Shroom
    28 : 8 – Stump / Red Snail / Slime
    33 : 15 – Pig / Orange Mushroom
    34 : 17 – Frog / Dark Stump
    35 : 20 – Ribbon Pig
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    Monster Level 11-20
    37 : 24 – Octopus
    38 : 26 – Bubbling / Green Mushroom | 28 – White Rooster
    39 : 30 – Axe Stump / Biner
    40 : 32 – Blue Mushroom / White Sand Rabbit | 33 – Ghost Stump / Stirge / Rooster
    58 : 120 – Mano (Boss Snail)
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    Monster Level 21-30
    40 : 33 – Jr. Necki | 34 – Brown Sand Rabbit | 35 – Horny Mushroom
    41 : 36 – Pinboom | 37 – Duck / Jr. Catus
    42 : 38 – Dark Axe Stump | 40 – Jr. Sentinel / Batoo
    43 : 42 – Trixter / Cicle / Bellamore / Cico / Wooden Mask / Crow / Sheep / Wild Boar / Zombie Mushroom
    43 : 45 – Krappi / Rocky Mask / Frilled Earmuffs | 46 – Yellow Lizard | 47 – Catus
    45 : 50 – Evil Eye / Frilled Muffler / Stopnow | 52 – Bubble Fish
    46 : 55 – Green Trixter / Royal Catus / Flaming Raccoon / Cloud Fox / Krip | 58 – Goat
    46 : 55 – Ice Sentinel / Fire Sentinel / Sentinel | 58 – Toad / Flowerfish / Miyo Cats / Scorpion
    47 : 60 – Brown Teddy / Drum Bunny / Kiyo
    54 : 100 – Adin
    57 : 120 – Fierry / Magik Fierry B
    60 : 140 – Devil Slime
    n/a : n/a – Tylus
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    Monster Level 31-40
    47 : 62 – Chirppy | 60 – Ligator / Fire Boar / Leatty / Sand Midget / Nospeed
    48 : 65 – Ratz / Pink Teddy / Mask Fish / Dark Leatty
    48 : 65 – Jr. Cellion / Jr. Lioner / Jr. Grupin / Sakura Cellion | 66 – Cow
    49 : 70 – Dirty Ratz / Roloduck / Tick / Curse Eye / Jr. Wraith | 72 – Star Pixie / Bloctopus | 71 – Black Goat
    50 : 75 – Jr. Pepe | 77 – Helly / Panda Teddy / Lupin | 78 – Retz | 79 – Black Sheep
    51 : 80 – Scuba Pepe / Lorang / Freezer | 82 – Propelly / Chronos
    52 : 85 – Jr. Seal / Indigo Eye / King Bloctopus / Planey / Cold Eye / Tweeter | 86 – Plow Ox
    53 : 90 – Zombie Lupin / Crystal Boar | 92 -Toy Trojan | 93 – Paper Lantern Ghost
    54 : 95 – Tick-Tock / Poopa / Barnard Gray / Chipmunk / Red Lizard / Sand Giant | 97 – Poison Poopa
    62 : 150 – Jr. Boogie
    60 : 135 – Magik Fierry A
    68 : 205 – Stumpy
    93 : 800 – King Slime
    n/a : n/a – G Slime / P Slime / O Slime / B Slime
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    Monster Level 41-50
    54 : 95 – Flyeye
    55 : 99 – Robo / Platoon Chronos / Mateon / Red Porky / Nependeath / Iron Hog
    55 : 102 – Block Golem / Freezer / Zeta Gray / Jr. Cerebes | 103 – Sparker / Black Porky
    56 : 105 – Master Robo / Plateon / Lunar Pixie / Copper Drake | 107 – Skeledog
    57 : 110 – King Block Golem / Dark Cloud Fox / Ultra Gray / Moon Bunny
    57 : 110 – Blue Flower Serpent / Red Flower Serpent / Tortie / Mecateon / Emo Slime
    58 : 115 – Iron Boar / Master Chronos / Dark Nependeath | 117 – Mummydog / Jar
    58 : 120 – Octobunny / Wraith | 123 – Ginseng Jar
    59 : 128 – King Clang | 130 – Extra A / Tippo Red | 132 – Chlorotrap
    60 : 135 – Jr. Yeti / Drake / Straw Target Dummy | 139 – Extra B | 140 – Hodori
    61 : 148 – Extra C
    63 : 160 – Trucker
    87 : 580 – Chief Gray
    90 : 720 – Rombot
    99 : 108/1080 – Giant Centipede
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    Monster Level 51-60
    61 : 140 – Tippo Blue | 142 – Firebomb / Wooden Target Dummy
    63 : 155 – Luster Pixie
    64 : 160 – Cellion / Lioner / Grupin / Bellflower Root | 165 – Hogul
    65 : 168 – Sr. Bellflower Root | 170 – Croco / Stone Golem / Hector / Malady | 172 – Dark Fission
    65 : 175 – The Book Ghost
    66 : 180 – Dark Jr. Yeti / Shade | 185 – Samiho / Grizzly / Oly Oly
    67 : 190 – Coolie Zombie / Minor Zombie / Skeleton Soldier
    68 : 200 – Dark Stone Golem / Pac Pinky | 205 – Reindeer
    69 : 210 – Mixed Gollem / Ratatula
    70 : 220 – White Fang / Wizard Doll / Scaredy Scarlion / Ghost
    70 : 220 – Red Drake / Pepe / Water Goblin / Selkie Jr. | 225 – Panda
    71 : 230 – Python | 240 – Red Slime
    76 : 330 – Blin + Morphed Blin
    97 : 980 – MT-09
    101 : 1200 – Mushmom | 1210 – King Clang (Boss)
    126 : 4800 – Alishar
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    Monster Level 61-70
    67 : 190 – Puco
    68 : 200 – Pachu
    69 : 210 – Punco
    70 : 230 – Buffy
    71 : 235 – Rodeo | 240 -Wild Cargo / Peach Monkey / Ghost of a Scholar / Officer Skeleton / Cuzco
    72 : 245 – Soul Teddy / Jr. Lucida
    72 : 250 – Slimy / Dark Pepe / Mr. Alli / Ice Drake / Witch of the Snow Mountain / Opachu
    72 : 255 – Yeti / Riche / Charmer / Sage Cat
    73 : 260 – Lazy Buffy | 265 – Master Soul Teddy / Dark Yeti / Dark Drake / Kru / Bamboo Warrior
    74 : 270 – Tauromacis / Klock / Captain / Rash | 275 – Mr. Anchor
    77 : 310 – Leader A | 320 – Leader B
    80 : 390 – Jr. Yeti (Transformed)
    81 : 400 – Yellow King Goblin / Blue King Goblin / Green King Goblin
    82 : 430 – Jr. Gargoyle
    83 : 445 – Dark Jr. Yeti (Transformed)
    86 : 520 – Muscle Stone
    88 : 580 – Ghost Pixie
    99 : 1060 – Black Knight / Myst Knight
    100 : 1100 – Puppet Golem | 1120 – Master Muscle Stone | 1150 – Gargoyle
    106 : 1500 – Zombie Mushmom
    135 : 7200 – Lord Pirate
    n/a : n/a – Tamable Hog
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    Monster Level 71-80
    75 : 295 – Cerebes / Beatle / Hobi
    76 : 300 – Froscola | 315 – Commander Skeleton
    77 : 320 – Lucida
    78 : 340 – Buffoon / Dark Rash | 350 – Taurospear / Werewolf
    79 : 352 – Yabber Doo | 370 – Dark Klock / Dual Beatle / Green Hobi
    80 : 385 – Deep Buffoon
    81 : 400 – Hankie
    84 : 465 – Extra D
    95 : 850 – Lycanthrope / Haf
    96 : 875 – Yeti & Pepe
    98 : 1000 – Geist Balrog Phase 1
    107 : 1580 – Tae Roon
    111 : 2000 – Jr. Balrog
    114 : 2400 – Dances with Balrog’s Clone / Grendel the Really Old’s Clone
    114 : 2400 – Athena Pierce’s Clone / Dark Lord’s Clone
    125 : 4230 – Bacal
    151 : 17,000 – Papa Pixie
    n/a : n/a – High Dark Star / Blood Boom / Thornbush / Lycanthrope the Kidnapper / Low Dark Star
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    Monster Level 81-90
    105 : 1415 – Dark Yeti & Pepe
    100 : 1100 – Ghost Pirate / Blood Haf
    103 : 1300 – Death Teddy
    105 : 1400 – Goby | 1420 – Birk | 1450 – Berserkie
    106 : 1500 – Dual Ghost Pirate
    107 : 1620 – Dual Birk | 1600 – Black Kentaurus / Red Kentaurus / Blue Kentaurus
    108 : 1720 – Master Death Teddy
    109 : 1780 – Blue Dragon Turtle | 1800 – Bain
    117 : 2800 – Eliza
    141 : 10000 – Blue Mushmom
    n/a : n/a – Bombing Fish House
    110 : 1900 – Veetron
    129 : 5200 – Snowman
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    Monster Level 91-100
    100 : 1100 – Geist Balrog Phase 2
    111 : 2000 – Bone Fish
    112 : 2100 – Spirit Viking / Red Dragon Turtle
    113 : 2200 – Squid
    114 : 2280 – Rexton | 2300 – Phantom Watch
    115 : 2500 – Slygie / Brexton / Red Wyvern / Risell Squid
    116 : 2600 – Gigantic Spirit Viking
    117 : 2800 – Grim Phantom Watch
    119 : 3000 – Shark / Green Cornian
    120 : 3200 – Dreamy Ghost
    122 : 3500 – Crimson Balrog / Crimson Balrog the Kidnapper
    130 : 5500 – Male Boss | 5600 – Geist Balrog Phase 3
    198 : 210,000 – Capt. Latanica
    n/a : n/a – Lion Statue A / Lion Statue B / Time Sphere / Knight Statue A / Knight Statue B
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    Monster Level 101-200
    119 : 3050 – Blue Wyvernx | 3100 – Cold Shark
    120 : 3150 – Dark Wyvern
    147 : 13500 – Manon / Griffey
    123 : 3700 – Dark Cornian | 3800 – Jr. Newtie | 3850 – Montrecer
    125 : 4100 – Thanatos | 4300 – Gate Keeper
    126 : 4450 – Nest Golem | 4500 – Skelegon | 4550 – Petrifighter
    127 : 4750 – Skelosaurus
    128 : 5000 – Duku
    192 : 150,000 – Ergoth
    200 : 1,300,000 – Pianus
    200 : 1,780,000 – Black Crow
    n/a : n/a – Transforming Jr. Newtie

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Monster Exp Growth

    Below is a list of level and exp. The level located on the left indicates the player’s current level while on the right is the Monster Exp. The monster Exp that you want to train for your level must be higher than that else, you will be training more than 10 hours. (without 2X Exp effect). The formula used here is based MapleStory Exp Growth 1.0548 (from Level 50 – 200). Strangely, MapleStory does not increase monster Exp as fast as the Exp requirement to reach next level. I guess that’s when MapleStory earn money from their loyal customers/players who are high level in MapleStory through 2X Exp Card sales and cash shop items. ^_^
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    Diary: Duku provides 5000 exp. So, a level 150 player needs to kill at least 3 of these to fullfil the Exp provided below (150 : 15860). That would take 3 times the time. 10 hours x 3 = 30 hours. So 1 day = 10 hours to reach 33%. That’s kinda long and boring… o_o ”
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    30 : 10
    31 : 11
    32 : 13
    33 : 15
    34 : 16
    35 : 18
    36 : 21
    37 : 23
    38 : 25
    39 : 28
    40 : 31
    41 : 34
    42 : 38
    43 : 41
    44 : 45
    45 : 50
    46 : 54
    47 : 59
    48 : 64
    49 : 69
    50 : 75
    51 : 79
    52 : 83
    53 : 88
    54 : 93
    55 : 98
    56 : 103
    57 : 109
    58 : 115
    59 : 121
    60 : 128
    61 : 135
    62 : 143
    63 : 150
    64 : 159
    65 : 167
    66 : 177
    67 : 186
    68 : 197
    69 : 207
    70 : 219
    71 : 231
    72 : 244
    73 : 257
    74 : 271
    75 : 286
    76 : 302
    77 : 318
    78 : 336
    79 : 354
    80 : 374
    81 : 394
    82 : 416
    83 : 439
    84 : 463
    85 : 489
    86 : 515
    87 : 544
    88 : 574
    89 : 605
    90 : 638
    91 : 674
    92 : 711
    93 : 750
    94 : 791
    95 : 834
    96 : 880
    97 : 929
    98 : 980
    99 : 1034
    100 : 1091
    101 : 1151
    102 : 1214
    103 : 1281
    104 : 1351
    105 : 1425
    106 : 1504
    107 : 1587
    108 : 1674
    109 : 1766
    110 : 1863
    111 : 1965
    112 : 2074
    113 : 2188
    114 : 2308
    115 : 2435
    116 : 2569
    117 : 2710
    118 : 2859
    119 : 3016
    120 : 3182
    121 : 3357
    122 : 3542
    123 : 3737
    124 : 3942
    125 : 4159
    126 : 4388
    127 : 4629
    128 : 4884
    129 : 5152
    130 : 5436
    131 : 5735
    132 : 6050
    133 : 6383
    134 : 6734
    135 : 7104
    136 : 7495
    137 : 7907
    138 : 8342
    139 : 8801
    140 : 9285
    141 : 9796
    142 : 10334
    143 : 10903
    144 : 11503
    145 : 12135
    146 : 12803
    147 : 13507
    148 : 14250
    149 : 15033
    150 : 15860
    151 : 16732
    152 : 17653
    153 : 18624
    154 : 19648
    155 : 20729
    156 : 21869
    157 : 23071
    158 : 24340
    159 : 25679
    160 : 27091
    161 : 28581
    162 : 30153
    163 : 31812
    164 : 33562
    165 : 35407
    166 : 37355
    167 : 39409
    168 : 41577
    169 : 43864
    170 : 46276
    171 : 48821
    172 : 51506
    173 : 54339
    174 : 57328
    175 : 60481
    176 : 63807
    177 : 67317
    178 : 71019
    179 : 74925
    180 : 79046
    181 : 83394
    182 : 87980
    183 : 92819
    184 : 97924
    185 : 103310
    186 : 108992
    187 : 114987
    188 : 121311
    189 : 127983
    190 : 135022
    191 : 142449
    192 : 150283
    193 : 158549
    194 : 167269
    195 : 176469
    196 : 186175
    197 : 196414
    198 : 207217
    199 : 218614
    200 : 230638

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