MapleStory M have a nifty auto-quest feature
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#1: MapleStory M have a nifty auto-quest feature Author: mmocs PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2018 6:23 am
Are you one of those folks addicted to the grind? Just can’t stop playing until you’re the very best there is? Is MapleStory M simultaneously love, life, and the potential cause of your death? One of the best barometers of your success is by power leveling your way to the maximum, and obviously, this is both a lot easier if you have a goal in sight. To know when you’ll finally have achieved this, you’ll have one question bouncing around your mind: what in good heavens is the max level cap in MapleStory M?

Since MapleStory M recently launched, a plethora of new and old players alike are checking out the game. Now, if you’re new, you might be a little lost when it comes to class selection in character selection. So what’s MapleStory M best class to play right now? This guide will focus on describing the style of each class and what they do best. Once you’ve gone through it, you can decide for yourself which class is best for you! For now, there are five classes in the game that you can choose from.

The game is also set to feature elements such as daily dungeons, as well as being able to level up their characters and discover new locations including Henesys, Perion, Kerning City, and Elinia. In addition, players can join up with friends to take on some of the game’s many boss battles. Buy
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on with huge discount, fast delivery and 100% safety. This includes MapleStory‘s iconic raid boss, Zakum, which upto 10 players can join up and battle against to gain some exclusive rewards.

Luckily, MapleStory M does have a nifty auto-quest feature that, as the name implies, lets the game do the quest for you. During the auto-quest, the only real time you need to use your avatar is when talking to an NPC, so you won’t even have to worry about attacking enemies in MapleStory M. That being said, if the auto-quest does sound too easy for you, you can disable it at any time in the game. If anything, it’s a great way to get to your objective without getting sidetracked.

As for what sets MapleStory M apart from its PC predecessor, well, not too much, and that is a good thing. Sure, there are a few quality of life improvements for easier touchscreen controls. One of those is the inclusion of an auto questing button at the top left of the screen, just like you would expect to find in the majority of mobile MMOs out there. Of course, any auto features are optional, so you are free to play how you like, which is great for those of us who plan on playing manually.

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