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There’s No Werewolves, But MapleStory’s Moonlight Magic Event Brings The Party

Get ready for moonlight magic, celestial cookies, cotton candy, and Valentine’s gifts. Nexon dropped the most recent update for MapleStory and it kicks off a bunch of events. It’s time to celebrate the blue full moon with a party, candy, balloons, and all kinds of other activities. Most of the events kicked off today (some a bit earlier), and the bulk of them end around March 9. Although some end earlier and at least one lasts well into June.

The update also includes a full laundry list of changes. This includes job balancing, a revamp of Ursus — including changing how scoring affects rank, boss updates, and quest and map improvements. And, of course there are the bug fixes… a lot of bug fixes.

Players interested in reading the patch notes — and there are a lot — can find them on the MapleStory site. If you’d prefer a shorter rundown of the events, you can either check out the event page or just watch the video below.

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