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If you not so obsessed with big damage

Posted Jul 11 2013 3:50am

 If you not so obsessed with big damage, buy gw2 gold
electrifying some jr. Yetis may not be a bad idea, as with freezing up some hectors and zombies.

Level 70-75: Same old, same old. Zombies, Hot Sands, Red Drakes. Buffoons might be more practical to hunt right now, but there isn much change in training. If you still doing RETZ, you must be a masochist :)
Level 76-83: IS mages can start killing Death Teddies now, since there are some sniping points present where you can hit them without worrying about getting hit. It not great on your wallet, but it very fast training. If you need money, Zombies are your friend again. You can also try Buffoons. Comp Mages should just stay at Zombies or Buffoons right now.
Level 83-88: IS mages got some options now. Bains are a pain to get to and there aren many sniping spots, but they like Death Teddies with more money, though the map isn pure Bains and poison geysers are annoying. Death Teddies are as good as always. If you feel bold, you can try Vikings. Comp mages should probably go for Bains now, or Vikings if you bold.?The Right Grounds Make level Quickly Up In Maplesstory

When you are training in Maplesstory ,choose the right grounds will help you to save lots of time to level quickly and can make much more maplestory mesos in the game!

Level 40-49: If you an ice mage, now would be a good time to move up to Jr Cellions (the red kitties) at Ossyria, and Fire Boar is a solid (but less rewarding) alternative. You can also train on sakura cellions they are very rewarding. They give out a lot of exp and money. Thunder Mages can consider Lorang, can also train on Jr Cellions or Grupin if Lorang costs too much money. You going to lose money on pots wherever you go anyway, unless you work the hamsters, so why not lose them on monsters that give good exp and decent drops? Party with cleric at ' target='_black' style='font-size:14px;'>Hot Sands

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