It’s time again for a version up and this time it’s all about
convenience! Check out the changes that should help you travel quicker,
manage better and clean up your gameplay.
Improved Quick Slot
The Quick Slot is the box found on the bottom right corner of your
screen. It contains six convenient hotkeys that allow you to use a
skill, item, or function just by hitting the key. We’ve made this
function even more powerful by now allowing you to determine which keys
should be in the Quick Slot.
This will not only cut down on the number of times you have to open your
keyboard settings to reset your hotkeys for different activities, but
should be a blessing for lefties and those who use non-traditional
Click here to see step by step instructions
MapleStory is full of fun places to explore, but sometimes getting there
was less fun than being there. Now getting there is easier with the new
The Dimensional Mirrors will allow you to quickly travel to: Ariant
Battle Arena, Mu Lung Dojo, Monster Carnival 1, Monster Carnival 2,
Nett’s Pyramid, and Abandoned Subway.
Say goodbye to Cesar and the Mu Lung Dojo Bulletin Board! Now you just
need to click on Dimensional Mirror located in every major town.
Keep in mind that the Dimensional Mirror isn’t a shortcut to high-level
areas. If you don’t meet the level requirement, it won’t allow you to
travel there. Improved Inventory UI
If you’ve been playing MapleStory for awhile, you know that you can
collect a lot of stuff. It’s little wonder then that your newest
acquisitions can sometimes get lost in your inventory. With our new and
improved inventory graphics, though, you’ll never lose track of your new
items again. When you acquire a new item, the inventory tab it’s been
put in will blink and the new item will have a flashing border around
Episode One: Now Open to Everyone!
Explorer players had a great reaction to the release of Episode One. It
made the first job advancement even more fun for Explorers. In fact, the
reaction was so strong, we’ve decided to open the fun up to everybody.
Now every class can participate in the events of Episode One on the
occasion of their first job advancement.
Some changes you’ll notice if you’re an Explorer who’s tried Episode
- The level limit for the quests that the Job Advancement Officers
give to start Episode One is now 40 and not 30.
- New Astaroth’s Polearm available.
- Bug fix! The Warrior quest "Drought in Perion-Inspecting the Water
Pipe,” now has a Fire Hydrant regenerating in the Construction Site
north of Kerning City.
- Bug fix! Pirates, if you no longer need the Dirty Treasure Map item
in order to play Episode One, find the NPC Jack at Top Floor – Hallway.
He will throw away the item for you.