Nexon declared the Producer Blog of Week 7 MS2 Mesos , also supposed the latest update of MapleStory two was officially released. The highlights of this updates are so many modifications brought into the game which serves nothing but combating and annihilating the monumental quantity of MapleStory two Meso sellers along with the Real Money Trade(RMT for short). Although they do seem very promising and formidable, what would be the actual results once they are effective from the game?

Clearly, Nexon is currently taking its harder lines with more necessary restrictions against the Meso Seller and Mesos transactions at the moment. Now it has been four days in the launching of Week 7 update announcement, there is already a heap of harsh measures of suppression that's been initiated at the game specifically crack down upon"suspects" in relationship with Meso-selling. "To reestablish the industry balance," the manufacturer of MapleStory 2 addressed this as the ultimate goal of"combating Meso sellers" Irrespective of how pale and absurd this explanation is, nevertheless, the majority of legit gamers should have rejoiced at this moves.

Dramatically, Nexon also was fully conscious of collateral damage that this update has already established will befall the"ordinary players" and stir up a big protest and disapproval. "we tried to minimize the impact our changes can cause toward our normal players" the Producer Blog wrote down this. Which level of"impact" the normal players now are undergoing? What are their responses and appeals to those modifications? Now, let's take a brief overview of these executed measures against Meso sellers:Black Market / 1:1 Trade Level Restriction will require you to get level 60 character in the accounts to record / initiate and will need level 50 to purchase/accept;Creating Crystal Fragments account-bound;Reduce the exp obtained from Fishing and Fishing Instruments to degree 60.

At this time, these Buy Maplestory2 Mesos constraints were normally considered"getting out of order" by most of the players. Although nobody would not really back up for Mesos RMT, players got more angry and upset towards the new terms, particularly the newcomers, and old players hoping to accelerate alts in different servers. As a new participant who greatly depends on savings on Black Market for exchange of fundamental boosting supplies and does not have any affection for either epic quests or dungeon raids, this kind of Market Restrictions gradually drives him/her off the match as a consequence of the more time and problems which will spend on boosting to par 60. But for all those consumable supplies, such as leaves and temptations, there is literally no points in selling those by the time you're able to purchase them, they're all"too little, too late" for you because of the Restriction No.1

Furthermore, based on the step, you can't even help your buddies who desperately want some free potions to begin with the game because most of trades involved with non profit players at Black Market are obstructed and canceled. The changes were supposed to sabotage the Meso' trades, now ironically, is damaging the gameplay of players who have nothing to do with the"crimes."