Happy 10th for Maplestory

I keep tabs on this particular game since it different from everything else I have encountered though I haven't logged on in perhaps a year or so.

For you, the playerbase, I admit on many occasions I've shouted at my screen, asking Nexon to repair the match and stop pasting spots in, and this and that, and I have also grown mad with them due to the technology maplestory2 issues. But then you come to recognize that this is only natural for a game of this size.To the maplestory2 staff, thanks for being patient with uswhen we behave like the most immature and irrespectable small brats that we can be MapleStory 2 Mesos.

Ground in some regions aside, the game's art style is the classes, although some are nothing or cliche fresh, has broken. The music is grand, and without it, the game could be just one unending grindfest. The narrative, while full of plotholes has come a long way from the origins of it. The game in its heart is very different from everything else on the market, and has a special place in my heart though I do not play much anymore. I have spent a great deal of time playing other MMORPGs their cookie-cutter mechanics and all, and it got ironic quickly. Maplestory did not for the most part, it kept me entertained for a good long five years. And when I tried to leave? There was always something to bring me back. If I come back , it'll be for Star Planet, and if I do not I will be here for maplestory2:P

The reason I've enjoyed this game so much, even when I was never really very good at it had been because it was new different, and fun. When things in life were too heavy for me to think about it gave me something to think about and enjoy. The people that left this community made their very own, only because the match was that great and continued it.

So I thank you, Wizet and Nexon, for making a match that gave me something grand to be a part of and touched my heart. Have the greatest Anniversary an MMORPG has ever been known, for the sake of those that enjoy it. This, from all of us.Everyone who has tried to kill Pink Bean, Von Leon, Cygnus, and also in brief - every maplestory2 boss which has a Damage Reflection, knows that attempting to kill this directors solo is possibly the only way to go.

Why? Your nearest and dearest do because when attempting to determine if the boss has Damage Reflection, you are left wondering what is happening with the harm numbers. As though trying to see outside of your damage amounts wasn't hard enough.

My suggestion is that:Similarily to Root Abyss and other places, where you do not find the harm numbers of different folks, remove the harm numbers from all the bosses on the Boss List.This isn't specific to one item in the Buy MS2 Mesos shop or the numbers or cost of these items, but more about the ideology Nexon is moving based on statements I have been reading from Nexon concerning this occasion and what direction events similar to this could possibly be led in the future.