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Cool items for a hot season full of fun

Get into the summer action: MapleStory Europe wants its Maplers to enjoy the sunny season with special collectible items that cannot be bought, but only collected from slain monsters, like Trixter , Bubbling , Lazy Buffy and many more. Maplers should not be fooled by how cute these cunning little beasts look and smile, but keep their great goal in mind: collecting the special summer items they randomly drop on top of the usual items after having lost the battle. These items, including surfboards and differently colored tubes, can only be collected during this special season – so happy hunting to Maplers to get into their summer cool. In addition to getting special summer items, Maplers can also get new accessories and weapons in the Cash Shop. For more information, please check MapleStory Europe’s website at

Nexon Corporation
Established in 1994, Nexon developed the first graphic MMORPG, called The Kingdom of the Winds, and ever since, with its diverse and well-received titles, Nexon has quickly become one of Korea’s leading publishers of online content. NEXON has an extensive catalog of games to reach players of all ages, interests and regions of the world, and promises to bring them the most enjoyable online excitement ever experienced.

Nexon Europe
Established in March 2007, Nexon Europe is the European publishing arm of Nexon. Following the global success of MapleStory, which counts more than 87 mil. users worldwide, the European version has been launched in May 2007, being available in five different languages: German, French, English, Dutch, and Spanish.
The Korean version of MapleStory was launched in 2003.
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