Autor Tema: Looking for Maplestory 2 Batting Tips  (Leído 212 veces)


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« en: Diciembre 01, 2018, 04:35:46 am »
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  • Some FM shops have an unnatural number of merchandise (and a few with normal amounts) for example 10% blank slate scrolls (stacks of 100) and other elite boss drops. Though they may have used some method to gather these goods, what happens to us normal consumers that purchase some of those Maplestory2 Mesos ? Are we at risk if we buy from'anybody'? You will find such obvious"BOSS BOSS BOSS" and strange shop owner names that some stay away from but what happens if they are moved to some more not evident shop/seller?

    So say if the'botters' or people people that are certain are captured and their maplestory2 items are backtracked, what happens to those men and women who bought these items which had no idea if they were officially accumulated? Do we get banned for this without a say? Do we need to submit a ticket which will take months (or not a response) to get a opportunity to have a say? I have been prohibited before on a different acc for no reason and it took me 4 months to prove it (more like to get any reaction from them (not a heavy nx user)).

    If GMS is so empty would not it be a good idea to lift the IP ban? I reside in a region banned from GMS and from my experience most folks I do party quest with are from regions banned from GMS. Problem is we will need to use things and proxys to be able to playwith, which gives us small lag. In my opinion it's OK but people are troubled by this and a few does not even play the game anymore.

    Maplestory was good in the past because there was a community, there was always people available to play and chat. I think if nexon opened GMS to more areas, more players would be backNX will be purchased. Additionally, I am sure when the game got more lively many north american players would return into the game.

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