Alternatively, you could use that weird built-in guide nexon added, though it may not be the best stuff ever (I've never looked at it, no clue), it's so ridiculously easy to level these days that it shouldn't actually matter.
If you have no special equips that add to your power or accuracy in a huge amount, the new level guide from Nexon is great. It shows you PQ's, training areas, and quests to do around your level. For training grounds, it shows you spots 5+ levels above what you are, which is what people normally do (I assume)..
Of course it does not take into account if you are OP for your current level (Jett, etc), and you cannot skip ahead in the guide to show training grounds, for example, 15-20 levels higher than you. The guide kind of creates itself as you level.
I think I will use my lv30 and lv70 exp potions on my Phantom tomorrow (since I have had them for ages and wasn't sure who to use them on....may as well be Phantom since there are no new classes coming for awhile),
Jul 08, 12 at 4:16am
If you like KS'ing people out of their channels, go to Rotting Skeletons/Twisted Jester/etc, the stuff in the Haunted House Chimney that is literally a 24/7 KS fest. Otherwise, go where you please, it'll usually be dead.
Crocky the minute you are whatever level is the minimum for that.
Be there until 165, then go to stronghold, be there for the rest of your life.
That's the general rule of thumb I follow. I use Hidden-Street to find a monster that looks like it'd be about the level I want to train at, and just camp there for an hour, gain ten levels, then move on to some other place. Alternatively, you could use that weird built-in guide nexon added, though it may not be the best stuff ever (I've never looked at it, no clue), it's so ridiculously easy to level these days that it shouldn't actually matter.
Jul 07, 12 at 1:35pm
Is there a more recent Training Guide out, since the latest raise of monster levels? (example: Toy Trojans are now lv67, not lv57)..
I nearly fell off my unicorn threw my mouse at a wall when I heard JMS was getting 2 new badass-sounding classes. >_> Lucky. And we get a hyper-active space pirate with a head injury.
Jun 30, 12 at 8:25pm
lil dragon kid
Didn't want to make a new thread, since these version exclusive classes fall under "New Job Discussion" part of the title (lamest excuse ever to post on this, but yeah).
If anybody's interested, the Dragon Warrior has come to CMS.
JMS is receiving TWO new classes! A samurai and a shrine maiden-esque class. With an exclusive area to boot.
I am SO jealous of JMS right now. Jett and Po are just reskins of the pirate revamp...T_T
Jun 28, 12 at 2:04am
For the record, the job ID's on this indicate Jett is an Explorer, meaning Pirate is the first class with 4 explorer branches. 2 of them marked special since nexon loves NX and will use any excuse to have new cash shop inventories.
Jun 28, 12 at 12:33am
Go to maplestory.nexon.net and you will see everything about jett. And it is a pirate
Jun 24, 12 at 6:35pm
So they put off the Pirate revamp and are giving us the new Pirate character Jett instead for now. Not sure what to think of this. Oh well. Is the new class coming this week?
(I was surprised to learn on the Nexon site that Jett is a pirate class...)
Jun 23, 12 at 2:37am
Not only did the pass up the Pirate section of the revamp, they then went on and did like the next two or thee KMS patches as well. They must really hate you pirates.
Character Card short version: Link Skills for every character, stack with current link skills. If you run multiple accounts or multiple servers, sucks to be you. However this is balanced terribly, so many classes have complete shit for bonuses, whereas others are very useful.