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As you continue your experience through Maple story M Mesos from rsgoldfast's blog

As you continue your experience through Maple story M Mesos, one force that will keep you attached to the match is the quest system. By talking to different NPCs, you'll enlist in all kinds of different missions that really push you into exploring everything that the sport has to offer you. Needless to say quests do provide some advantages, such as EXP and money.

One big nitpick that original MapleStory fans had was the really grindy method of leveling your character up. Because quests offer enough EXP to sustain your character, thankfully, that isn't true anymore. Grinding is still a possible option, yes, but people who love carrying on side quests won't need to struggle enemy dinosaurs for hours on end to level up in MapleStory 2.

On this note, combat in buy Maplestory M Mesos is still done in the same vein as the first game. You've got your typical attack, which is all good and well, but you will be relying heavily on your abilities to defeat enemies. These abilities depend on what class you are using, and it's also worth noting that there is an SP bar you have to keep an eye during fights. Generally, characters such as Knights and Berserkers are going to want to get up near their enemies while Wizards and Bishops will want to maintain their distance. As a Bishop myself, battle in MapleStory 2 was more about running to the far whenever enemies went in too close along with spamming abilities. It had been pretty much a repeat and rinse process until the enemies kicked the bucket.

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