An Update of Ice and Fire for MapleStory Mesos Hunters

Update 163 – FIREPOWER is here and with it comes a massive event that will help low level MapleStory Mesos hunters. Earn levels quickly as Burning Characters. Help your frosty friends and earn items, mesos, and FIREPOWER coins. Use the latter to obtain special equipment to help hunt boars, various monsters and more for even more loot.


A Game of MapleStory Mesos

The Agents of FIREPOWER event will run from July 8 to September 1. During this event players will be split between two types of agents: Icy Agents chilled by the winds of winter, and Hot Agents as fiery as dragon’s breath. Players will be sorted depending on their active time. Those who played before June 1, 2015 and those joining after July 8, 2015, will become Icy Agents. All others are Hot Agents. Icy Agents will get a 30 Day Frozen Hat Coupon and a title appropriate to their status. Meanwhile, Hot Agents get the Hot Agent Title and White Hot Energy.

A Dance with MapleStory Mesos hunters

While all men must die, Icy and Hot Agents do not need to kill each other. Instead, they are rewarded for being allies. Since Icy Agents will know nothing of the game due to their absence or being new, Hot Agents are encouraged to work with them. Through the Bestie Hunt event, friending an agent of the opposite type than you are will give you special rewards. They will be given 20 FIREPOWER Coins and will have a Bestie Effect when in close proximity.

Winter is coming so it is important for Icy Agents to work together. During the event, Maplers will get an EXP bonus the more Icy Agents there are in the party. The bonus ranges from 5% bonus for a single Icy Agent, up to 20% for having four and more.

A Storm of Coins and MapleStory Mesos

During the event, players will get FIREPOWER Coins, these can then be traded for items. From July 8 to September 9, Agent Chillson will be in the Event Hall to trade your coins for items. You can get Job Advancement Coins, Maple Teleport Rocks, mounts, skins, your own iron throne and other chairs. Be sure to speak with Agent Chillson to see a full list of items and their prices.

The Return of Zero in the MapleLand and Free MapleStory Items Event!!!

Level up your character to level 100 to play the class Zero! Zero is a class that you can play in both genders, male and female. The character creation for the Zero class will start on June 24, 2015 up to August 18, 2015. Once again this class will only be available for accounts that have a level 100 character or above.

Another upcoming event features a free maplestory items every day! This event will start on June 22, 2015 up to July 5, 2015, so be sure to login every day to obtain free maplestory items each day!


Zero’s Overview for MapleStory Items Collectors

The main update highlight this week is the availability of the class zero. The class features two characters in one. The first character is alpha or the male character. Alpha uses a “lazuli”, which is a long sword. Alpha specializes in speed and agility to deal swift attacks to its enemies.


The second character is beta – the female character. Beta wields a heavy sword also known as “lapis.” Beta specializes in dealing massive amount of damage in a single attack, although it’s slow.


The developers seem to have their weapons swapped. The male supposed to use heavy sword and the female is to use long sword. Anyway, it’s just a random opinion. A very classic opinion, the developers probably want it for uniqueness.

Zero’s Game Mechanics for MapleStory Items Collectors

The main status of zero is strength, as it belongs in the warrior class in maplestory.

Leveling the class is not a big deal. It has a variety of area of effect damage skills that make it wipe and grind monsters without difficulty.

The class starts at level 100, increasing its level only in the mirror world until level 180. Zero can only gain experience in the mirror world if it’s below level 180, going to mapleworld and killing monsters will not get Zero an experience, except that it’s level 180 and above.

Free MapleStory Items Collectors

Tune in everyday from June 22, 2015 up to July 5, 2015! For, there will be free maplestory items up for grab everyday!

free maplestory items

The character must be level 30 to obtain the free items. There is a chance to receive 10-year tokens that can be exchange for android chairs, damage skins and other maplestory items from past events!

New and Comeback MapleStory Items: Sengoku High, Black Bean Boss and Armor Box

The world’s most famous side scrolling game have sengoku high back this summer! Oda Nobunaga is looking for brave warriors to defeat the each class’ doppelganger. Heroic adventurers who can finish Oda Nobunaga’s test will acquire awesome rewards!

Black Bean Boss will be on the beach until June 23! Maplestory players may play with the black creature, and may get cool items.

Additionally, Maplestory is celebrating its 10th anniversary through featuring 10th anniversary box.


MapleStory Items Comeback: Sengoku High

The sengoku high quest can only be taken one time per day. In order start the quest, talk to boss kumi, who located in most cities and she’ll give you 1 free Sengoku class one day pass. A player must be level 13 or above to start the quest.

After acquiring the ticket and accepting the quest ‘Red Leaf High: The Sengoku’ing. Players will be asked to slay 300 monsters in their level range. Afterwards, the player will be transported to a classroom and beat a doppelganger of one of the classes, which drops oda coins. These coins are used to purchase items from the four pillars of heaven. The average coins a player can get is 45-55 each run, if lucky, monsters may drop 60-70 oda coins per run. Additionally, if you’re rich, you can purchase a ticket from the cash shop for additional runs per day. The items being sold from four pillars of heaven are totems that give +24 str/dex/int/luk and 8 Matt. Totems are expensive. It costs 1,000 oda coins. Other rewards include School bag, Onmyouji effect coupons, Kohai Medal and Senpai medal.

MapleStory Items Update: Black Bean Boss

The black bean boss, also known as the black creature is now available to play with this summer! A player must be level 70 or above to play or fight with black bean. The user must be in a party to enter the habitat of black bean. Black bean can only be beaten 5 times per day. Challenge doesn’t exist for players 120-180. Black bean will be in mercy to players 120 or above.

MapleStory Items Update: 10th Anniversary Armor Box

To celebrate maplestory’s 10th anniversary or maplestory last moments due to soon to be released maplestory 2. They are giving a chance of obtaining a 10th anniversary box each time a monster is killed. This event will last until June 24. Before the release of maplestory 2, collect this 10th anniversary armor and get maplestory items from boxes for no reason, if you are planning to transfer to maplestory 2.

Summer has come for MapleStory Mesos Hunters in Update 162

The month of May is nearly done and so is the 10th Anniversary celebration. This doesn’t mean the fun stops however. Update 162 for MapleStory has been released and it contained fixes and events for those who hunt MapleStory Mesos and items. We’ll cover some of these changes and events in today’s article.


More experience for MapleStory Mesos hunters

Update 162 for MapleStory does away with the level restrictions for 2x EXP coupons. After the update, Maplers can buy 2x EXP coupons for their characters regardless of level. Aside from the restriction removal, the update introduced changes to the interface. Primarily to the experience related notifications. For example, notifications will now appear when there is an event that increases EXP and Drop rates. Once these events start, a slide notice will appear in the game. The Quest notifier menu will also now have an EXP and Drop rate icon to indicate the increase in rates. Finally, while player, Maplers will see a notification image every five miutes.

Flower festival for MapleStory Mesos hunters

From May 20 to June 2, Maplers can help Cassandra in the Spring Flower Festival event. In this event, players will need to hunt monsters around their level. The mobs will then drop spring items that can be handed over to Cassandra. Give her enough spring items and she will give you a flower. This can be an Azalea, Forsythia or a Clover.

The flowers have no use by themselves; however gather three of the same kind and you can get stickers. The latter can be exchange for the flowers through various NPCs in the game. There are three sticker types, one for each kind of flower. Azalea Stickers improve strength and dexterity by two, while Forsythia Stickers improve dexterity and luck by two. Lastly Clover Stickers boost luck and intelligence by two. All stickers last for a day and are untradeable.

Free gifts for your MapleStory Mesos hunters

Maplers can get free items through the [Lucky 3!3!3!] Daily Gifts event. During the event period, players will receive three gifts each day from the Maple Admin. As such, players need to have three slots available in their Use inventory. The three items are, Fresh Strawberry Juice (10), 1.3x EXP Coupon and Lucky 3!3!3! Event Teleport Rock.

10th Anniversary Events for MapleStory Mesos Hunters

With the MapleStory 10th anniversary in full swing, you can get MapleStory Mesos, items, 10th Anniversary Coins and more through events. Get chairs and other rewards by helping mushrooms, hunting ikura and participating in pastry battles. We checked out Ikura Rising, Cake vs Pie and the mushroom event to give you a quick overview of them. Let’s begin.


MapleStory Mesos hunters helping mushrooms

Starting May 6 and lasting until June 2, the In the Beginning, There Was a Mushroom event will have players assist Scholarly ‘Shroom find out more about the Mysteries of Monsters. Helping this NPC through quests that answer why certain monsters jump, or why they have axes will reward Maplers with various items. These include Orange Monster Damage skins, Vroom Vroom Mushroom Mounts, Monster Researcher title and the much coveted 10th Anniversary Coins.

MapleStory Mesos from pastry wars

Every day from May 6 to June 2, players can participate in the war between the cakes and the pies. Called the Cake vs Pie event, Maplers will have to choose which baked goods they prefer and fight for it. Once you have selected your side, you can then hunt Cakes or Pies to rack up points for your team. If your team reaches the high score, then your team will be given special buffs. Note that the battle resets every midnight. This means, you can choose to fight for the other side the next day.

The event also comes with its own set of event quests. Clear this to receive various rewards. The latter includes Strawberry Shoulder and a Dessert Elixir.

Hunting Ikura for MapleStory Mesos

From May 6 to June 2 players can encounter Ikura monsters in various towns in MapleStory. These monsters designed by Mapler zEunWol was the winner of the Design-a-Monster contest in the MapleStory forums. Hunting and eliminating the monsters will give players a chance to loot Tiny Ikura items from their drops. Thirty of these, when collected, can then be turned into a medal. Since they are part of the 10th Anniversary Events, players will also be able to get 10th Anniversary Coins from these. Good luck and have fun hunting!