Best MapleStory Mesos Guide

Posted on June 6, 2013

MapleStory Mesos is the virtual currency used in the game ‘MapleStory’. This currency is used to either buy items from NPC (Non-Player-Character) merchants or trading with other players. You can earn mesos by killing monsters or selling your items.
Mesos can come in various forms including the most basic and cheap bronze coin, then the gold coin, next a bundle of cash, and then a sack of gold.

You cannot drop more than 50000 Mesos at one time. Saying this, you also cannot drop less than 10 Mesos at one time. You can earn lots of mesos, allowing you to spend it on necessities for your character. You shouldn’t waste mesos! There is no limit in how many Mesos you can hold, but there is a storage NPC in each town for you to store mesos in.

Earning Mesos
Are you short on mesos? Need funding to purchase your next equipment? Looking for a way to gain mesos faster? This short guide will list some of the do’s and do not’s of meso earning for each class.

Do the quests “To the New World”, “Jane the Alchemist” and “Peace at Eos Tower” at level 40. These quests will give good rewards, boosting your mesos by a large sum. All 3 quests can give a 60% Scroll for Gloves for ATT, which sells for 7-12 million mesos (the actual price depends on the server you are on)
Do the quest Terminating the Dark Force, which is the final sequel to the quest The Ore of Dark Crystal. Although the dark crystal ores might be pricey, they are worth the overall scrolls.
Do Party Quests. Especially for Ludibrium Party Quest, because you may recieve great prizes, such as Capes, Earrings and Scrolls.

Do Winston’s Fossil Dig-up quest. The 30K mesos obtained are a considerable amount for the level (21).
Do the quest Alex the Runaway Kid. The level 25/30 earrings obtained saves you from buying earrings at that level.
Do the quest Fairy’s Horn Flute at levels 30-40, as it will give Blue Moon Earrings. This will save you from buying earrings at level 40.

Do keep your money in the bank to refrain from buying unnecessary things.

Do keep your solid horns or foxtails or anything that can be used for the exhange quest. people will buy them at a higher price as compared to the NPC.
Do not beg for mesos, it gives people the impression that you are a poor MapleStory player. Some players will get very annoyed when asked for mesos and you might get a defame instead.
Do not sell your ores to NPCs. Instead find someone on the free market and sell it. 100/150 mesos for an ore isn’t worth it. Neither should you sell those 1-meso items, chances are, they are worth decent amounts in the market (eg. Omoks, Monster Cards and Scrolls).

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