Continuing our previous guide on how to participate in the Attack on Titan Event in MapleStory, we will show you the activities your MapleStory Mesos hunter can do. Note that these are for the main event and not the other small quests and events players can do in update 159.
Following the story with your MapleStory Mesos hunters
The main Attack on Titan event starts with the entry quest given by the event notifier. From there Maplers will have to finish a small jump challenge to get into the other world. In there, you will have to go through a brief tutorial orienting you on the mechanics used by the event including rock-paper-scissors training, using the omni-directional maneuver gear and more.
After clearing the tutorial you can then progress to the three episodes that make up the main event. The first event is The Fall of Shiganshina, followed by Cadets Corps Daily Routine. The third and final event is The Battle of Wall Rose. Note that these episodes require Play Coins to participate in. Completion of these will reward the player with themed MapleStory items.
Training your MapleStory Mesos hunter
The first episode of the main Attack on Titan event is similar to the jump challenge encountered to get the other world. The second episode however is broken into four different mini-games all with titles beginning with Training Corps and uses Training Coins.
The first of the mini-games is Training Corps – Mobility Training. In here Maplers will have to catch Well-Steamed Potatoes while avoiding other objects that are falling, all within three minutes. The next mini-game is ODM Training. This mini-game will have your character take out wooden Titan mock-ups with the help of the Omni-Direction Maneuver gear. Players will need to take out all targets within five minutes while avoiding plummeting to their deaths.
Combat practice for your MapleStory Mesos hunter
Training Corps – Hand-to-Hand Training is another of the mini-games in the second episode. This is a simple Rock-Paper-Scissors battle which is technically done hand-to-hand. The last training mini-game Combat Training however pits players against another team. Each team needs to rack up more points than the other by dealing damage to a fake Titan within a limited time period.