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MapleStory: Improvements to the Gachapon
21 January, 201621 January, 2016 0 comments Uncategorized Uncategorized

It's a brand-new year, and we're starting it off with several improvements to the Gachapon item reward list. This is part of an ongoing effort to improve the Gachapon experience and provide you with a better chance to get the valuable items that you want.

The overall value of the reward list has been improved by drastically reducing the number of MapleStory Mesos in the list. Some untradeable items have been removed, and a large quantity of items have been removed from the Gachapon entirely and placed into a new item called Andersen's Box.

With these changes, you have a much better chance to get items such as:

A-rank Nebulites for STR/DEX/INT/LUK %, All Damage %, All Stat %, Boss Damage, Weapon ATT/Magic ATT %
Android Hearts
Mounts (Permanent and 1-Year)
Equip Scrolls 60%
Lv. 125 Abyss Weapons
Lv. 140 Empress Gear
And more!
Check out the changes and head to the MapleStory Forums to let us know what you think.

Also, remember to pick up Gachapon Tickets right now to get Valentine's Day and Lunar New Year chairs and mounts!


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