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PostPosted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:38 am    Post subject: MapleStory 2: How to Get Equipment Reply with quote

Since my host has merged with the other, I believe our buddylist should be enlarged to over 100slots that are +. I love to make new friends especially when it makes the game much more fun to play and less lonely but following the world merge, it's hard to make any new friends because my friend list has already maxed out to 100/100.

Would love it if you guys at Nexon Corp. would enlarge the buddy list for at least the world alliance servers. A number of my friends and I had been anticipating the merge because our host was a small empty and since we got new people to meet, we would love to add them all within our buddylist. Alot of my friends had to resort to glitching their buddylist so that they could go beyond the 100 limit.

Perhaps extend the buddylist to 200? Or maybe 300? Heck even 150 is nice but a lot of us are missing opportunities to make new friends within the game, MapleStory, and making new friends would create us continue to play with the game as it wouldn't feel lonely.

Yes, we got our original friends ahead of the entire world merge but a number of them are going on a lengthy holiday, going to school, work, etc it would get silent sometimes within the friend chat.So yeah.... I hope that I gave an exact reason why people must find a buddy list expansion.

More product of games at Mmogo!If you want to buy,welcome to https://www.mmogo.com/Maplestory-2/Mesos.html !
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2019 9:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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