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    Default So, now what?

    How is someone going to make a maple island beginner now with the change?

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    Apologies, but I'm redownloading maple now since my old version refuses to update ^_^'

    What changes? Cause it would take a lot of effort to make a Maplebeginner (which I know someone in my guild is a 40+ of).

    I assume they added new maps or something to make it -slighly- more worth making an islander?
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    No they removed like half the maps in Maple Island lol.

    You can't do crap anymore, there's only one map to train on 15+ >_>'

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    Although I can't say for beginners, but the time to breeze though Maple Island is for convenient sakes for regular players making new characters.

    However, I just feel that newbies starting this game might have problems understanding what to do if the experience to actually go through the tutorial is short.

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    is this that one like jms where the monsters give a lot more exp

    i have ms patched, but i haven't made a new adventurer in forever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisonous View Post
    is this that one like jms where the monsters give a lot more exp

    i have ms patched, but i haven't made a new adventurer in forever
    No they just took out a bunch of maps and condensed the ones that are still here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emailbox View Post
    No they just took out a bunch of maps and condensed the ones that are still here.
    really, only one map is available to train (2 if you don't do mai's quests).

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    I personally liked the newest changes to Maple Island before these. If you did all the quest it would shoot you up to level 10 without ever having to hit a monster for no purpose other than gaining experience, and it showed you the ropes fairly well too. I barely remember the original Maple Island, though. I found it was fairly confusing when I first started playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustVinPad View Post
    I personally liked the newest changes to Maple Island before these. If you did all the quest it would shoot you up to level 10 without ever having to hit a monster for no purpose other than gaining experience, and it showed you the ropes fairly well too. I barely remember the original Maple Island, though. I found it was fairly confusing when I first started playing.
    We're talking about island noobs training spots... I don't think getting to at least lvl 20 on Maple Island is possible :\

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    Well, I've never been one to train much on Maple Island, so I am pretty happy with these changes. Makes getting to level 10 much quicker and easier. Less painful too. Although, I agree that getting to level 20 would be near impossible.

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