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* Maple Story - Usable Items Reference *

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Version 1.3, Released May 16, 2005
Copyrightę 2004-2005 HaricotVert


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Table of Contents
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1.    Introduction to Usable Items

2.    Usable Item Basics
  2a.    Potions
  2b.    Food and Drink
  2c.    Scrolls
    2ci.      Statistical Analaysis of Upgrade Scrolls
    2cii.     Return Scrolls
  2d.    Bowman Ammunition
  2e.    Throwing Stars

3.    Usable Item Details
  3a.    Potions
  3b.    Food and Drink
  3c.    Scrolls
    3ci.     Return Scrolls
  3d.    Bowman Ammunition
  3e.    Throwing Stars

4.    Closing
  4a.    Credits
  4b.    Contact the Author
  4c.    Version History
  4d.    Copyright Info



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1. Introduction
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Throughout Maple Story, there are various usable items to help you along your 
own "story."  Usable items are defined as any and all items that fall under 
the "USE" tab of a character's inventory.  All items (exception: bowman ammo) 
can be activated by double clicking on them from your inventory.  Certain
usable items can be bound to hotkeys for quick use, and this guide makes note 
of such items.

THIS GUIDE WAS WRITTEN FOR THE WESTERN GLOBAL MAPLE STORY SERVER, now known 
as SCANIA.  All information reproduced here is for that server alone.  
Naturally, there will be some overlap with the Eastern, Japanese, and Korean 
servers, but I make no guarantees.



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2.  Usable Item Basics
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Just like any other item, Usable Items can be bought and sold, both from 
other players and NPC vendors.  They also drop from monsters, like other 
items.  Naturally, the frequency with which specific items drop varies - 
depending on their inherent value/rarity and what monster you kill.

Although theoretically you could play Maple Story without ever using a 
Usable Item, you would find the game tedious and frustrating.  The items 
exist for a reason, so use them!

Similarly, there is no reason to keep items you cannot use or have very 
limited use for, so share the wealth.  You could be nice and give a stack of
1000 arrows to an unsuspecting newbie bowman for free (who just might 
graciously fame you in return), or you could try your luck in Perion Server 1 
and see how many Mesos you can make.



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2a.  Potions
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Potions are those funny bottles with the colored liquid in them.  In keeping 
with Generic RPG tradition, Maple Story has potions that heal your Health 
Points, replenish your Magic Points, and "boost" your stats for temporary 
buffs.  Affectionately referred to as "Pots," they will save your character 
from many-a-tragic death.

Certain potions will also cure various status ailments cast upon you by 
enemy spellcasters (such as the Jr. Boogie and Fierry).

Potions, by definition, can be hotkeyed to whatever key you decide to bind 
them to.  They are meant to be readily available, so as to get you out of 
whatever sticky situations you find yourself in throughout the game.  
Although the process for hotkeying items is fairly intuitive and simple 
(and you should have learned how to do so from the tutorial on Maple Island), 
I will reiterate here for the people who don't RTFM:

In the bottom right corner of your screen, there is a button labeled
"Key Setting."  Click it (Or you can press the '\' key, by default).  This 
launches the keyboard bind window.  From here, you can open up your inventory 
and drag the icon of the item to the appropriate key you want it bound to.

Almost all potions can be bought normally from vendor NPCs, and all drop 
from at least one monster (if not many).



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2b.  Food and Drink
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Food and Drink are one of a few enigmas in the game of Maple Story.  They are 
uncannily similar to Potions, in that specific foods and drinks will have the 
same effect as a Healing or MP potion.  However, there are some foods that 
will simultaneously replenish HP and MP, which low level potions do not do.  
Additionally, some quests will ask you for specific foods, but currently 
there are only a few such quests (one asks for salad, the others for pure 
water).

Ultimately, the price-to-healing ratio between food and potions is the same, 
making it a personal preference of which to use.  However, nearly all people 
forego food and get potions simply because they are commonly dropped by 
monsters (and available in every major town).  Additionally, a large number 
of RPGs contain potions as well, so people like the familiarity aspect of 
potions.

That being said, certain food and drink can heal/replenish substantially 
more HP/MP than potions.  Although, you would have to be rather high level 
before needing the amount of HP/MP such food and drink regenerate.



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2c.  Scrolls
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By far the rarest of all Usable Items, Scrolls comprise nearly 95% of 
Maple Story's upgrade system.  The other 5% belongs to the NPCs in towns that 
can upgrade about 2 items that very few people own.  In other games, where 
there are "Blacksmith" or "Upgrade" NPCs that will upgrade your items a set 
amount for a set rate (plus or minus a few ores), Maple Story items can only 
be upgraded by Scrolls.

Scrolls come in three different forms:  100% success rate, 60% success rate, 
and 10% success rate.  This is the balancing act Wizet has created in the 
equipment-upgrade system:

100% scrolls give minimal benefit, but they are sure to work.

60% scrolls have little better than a coin flip's chance of working, but 
give moderate benefits.

10% scrolls are practically a shot in the dark, but if successful, upgrades 
a weapon leaps and bounds over an un-upgraded counterpart.

As this is the only way to upgrade a piece of equipment, Scrolls are highly 
valued and retain value better than Equipment.  Whereas people can keep 
finding equipment, it often gets passed down to other players (rather than 
getting sold back to vendors, especially level 30+ equipment which is better 
sold to players).  Scrolls are continually being found and used, and so will 
hold their value in Maple Story's supply & demand economy.

All kinds of 100% scrolls can be bought from NPC Vendors, but 60% and 10% 
scrolls must be found or received as quest rewards.  Put that alongside the 
fact that the benefits from 60% and 10% scrolls are higher, and one would 
correctly deduce that such scrolls would be worth more than 100% scrolls.  
Then, upon noticing that 100% scrolls go for 70,000 Mesos in NPC Stores, one 
would quickly notice the market potential of 60% and 10% scrolls.  Such 
scrolls are valuable enough that someone with no more inventory slots for 
a scroll would conceivably dump 100 MP pots to make room for that one scroll.

Thus, it would behoove you to save any and every scroll you find, even if you 
can't use it.  Some people make their livings trading scrolls; such people 
tend to be very rich.  Just like ores are constantly in demand, scrolls are 
also constantly in demand, only 20 times more expensive.

You must decide for yourself (or, your bank account can decide for you) 
whether or not you want to buy 10 10% scrolls and pray at least one will 
work, or buy 5 60% scrolls and pray at least 2 will work, or just buy as many 
100% scrolls as your equipment will allow and upgrade them with no worries.  
Or you could just amass whatever scrolls you find/buy and go with that.

One must also bear in mind the longevity of Equipment: why upgrade your 
weapon when you're just going to ditch it for another one?  Only until 
you gain levels sufficiently slowly is it usually worth it to upgrade an 
item.  If you do spring to upgrade an item, disregarding how long you will 
use it, make sure you get a premium price when you resell it.  Remind the 
buyer that it is an upgraded item, and get your money's worth.

In short, Maple Story's upgrade system is a bit of a detachment from previous 
upgrade systems, and allows for far more customization and variance in 
equipment than a linear system where a +7 dagger is a +7 dagger, no more, no 
less.



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2ci.  Statistical Analysis of Upgrade Scrolls
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Currently in Maple Story, there is a large market for scrolls (and always 
will be, according to the economics of the game).  However, there are some 
misconceptions regarding them.  Hopefully this section will help inform those 
not familiar with scrolls, or who have preconceived notions on the value and 
usage of scrolls.

The following statistical analysis shows the actual odds of Scroll upgrading, 
and the associated theoretical costs for each:

This example assumes the item being upgraded is a weapon with 5 upgrade 
slots.  Nearly all equipment and weapons have more, please adjust accordingly.

If you used all 100% scrolls, you would have a +5 Weapon Attack modifier on 
the weapon.  A typical 100% Weapon Attack Scroll costs 70,000 mesos.  The 
cost would therefore be:

5 * 70,000 mesos = 350,000 mesos

for

+5 Weapon Attack


In this example, at least three 60% scrolls have to work in order to be 
comparable to five 100% scrolls.  The computation is as follows:

O represents a success (0.6 probability)
X represents a failure (0.4 probability)

OOOOO (all succeed)
XOOOO OXOOO OOXOO OOOXO OOOOX (4 succeed)
XXOOO XOXOO XOOXO XOOOX OXXOO OXOXO OXOOX OOXXO OOXOX OOOXX (3 succeed)
XXXOO XXOXO XXOOX XOXXO XOXOX XOOXX OXXXO OXXOX OXOXX OOXXX (2 succeed)
OXXXX XOXXX XXOXX XXXOX XXXXO (1 succeeds)
XXXXX (all fail)

The odds of getting AT LEAST 3 successes is:

10*(.6*.6*.6*.4*.4) + 5*(.6*.6*.6*.6*.4) + (.6*.6*.6*.6*.6)
= 0.68256

or about 68.3% of the time.

Assuming the additional +3 STR and +1 Weapon Attack results in about a 
150,000 meso increase in price (this is a very conservative estimate), the 
estimated total cost would be: 

.683 * 500,000 mesos = 341,500 mesos

for

+6 Weapon Attack
+3 STR

Per scroll:  341,500 / 5 = 68,300 mesos each

Currently, a 60% Scroll's market value is much higher than this, especially 
scrolls for high-demand items (Cape, Overall, Polearm, Wand, Staff, etc.)


Finally, for comparison purposes, only one 10% scroll is necessary to make 
the weapon on par with both the 60% upgraded item and the 100% upgraded item.

If you used all 10% scrolls, the odds of AT LEAST 1 scroll working can be 
computed as follows:

1 - (probability that all fail) = 1 - .9^5 = 0.4095

or about 41% of the time.

Assuming the additional +3 STR and +1 Weapon Defense results in about a 
150,000 meso increase in price, the estimated total cost would be:

.41 * 500,000 = 205,000 mesos 

for

Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

Per scroll:  143,500 / 5 scrolls = 41,000 mesos each

Current market value of many 10% scrolls is LESS than the above value 
of 41,000.  However, 10% scrolls for high-demand items (i.e. capes, wands, 
overall) can easily fetch prices of over 100k mesos. In the event you have a 
10% scroll that you can't seem to get rid of, it might be in your interest to 
actually go out and find/buy the appropriate weapon for that scroll and try 
to upgrade it yourself.  If successful, you can resell it for a premium 
price, and if it fails, you can still resell it to another person 
(especially if you can't use it in the first place).

Another option is to offer a higher price for the scroll (say 70k mesos), and 
then as part of the deal, offer a discount (anywhere from 25% to 75%, I 
prefer 50%) if the scroll fails.  After you trade (and the person presumably 
uses the scroll on the spot), trade again and have the person show the item 
they just attempted to upgrade.  If it is the same, refund the agreed upon 
amount, and if not (or if they refuse to show you) then that's that, they 
definitely got their money's worth.  Conceivably, someone could scam you and 
have two items of the same type, but it's really not worth the effort, and 
the person should already appreciate that you are offering them a discount 
in the first place.  Use common sense and your better judgment when dealing 
with people.



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2cii.  Return Scrolls
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Return Scrolls are the major form of transportation around Maple Story.  
Although there are taxis, there is really no practical reason once you've 
visited every city.  Return Scrolls have a convenience of use that taxis do 
not have, and are cheaper to boot.  The first thing you should do in any 
town, provided you have the money, is buy at least one return scroll to that 
town in the likely event you will return there.

Return scrolls will NOT WORK from Florina Beach.  You must pay the 1000 meso 
fee to take you there AND back.



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2d.  Bowman Ammunition
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There are two kinds of ammunition:  Arrow for Bow and Arrow for Crossbow.

You must have a bow or crossbow equipped in order to use each kind of arrow, 
respectively.  Once you have the corresponding weapon equipped, a blue box 
appears around the current quiver of arrows you are using.

Every time you fire your bow/crossbow, the highlighted stack of arrows will 
automatically deplete by one.

If you have no ammunition for your weapon, your bow/crossbow will not fire.  
In such an instance, it is wise to have a backup weapon (Mops or Monkey 
Wrenches seem to be the weapons of choice) to beat off whatever enemies 
remain.

Arrows resell for 0 mesos.  People often do not pick them up for this 
reason.  However, a Bowman who has 50 arrows remaining surrounded by Undead 
Mushrooms in the Ant Tunnel would probably be happy to pay a reasonable fee 
for more arrows.  Arrows sell from NPCs for 1-2 mesos, depending on where you 
are, and can run up quite a bill for the novice Bowman.  Do your one good 
deed for the day: give a newbie 500 free arrows.  Especially if you do not 
have a Bowman of your own.

The NPC named "Vicious" in Henesys' market district can make Arrows for you, 
provided you have the appropriate materials.  He can also make Bronze Arrows 
and Steel Arrows, currently the only available upgraded forms of arrows.



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2e.  Throwing Stars
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Throwing stars are the trademark weapon of the Claw Thief/Assassin build.  
Throwing stars are ranged weapons that can only be thrown with an equipped 
claw weapon.  Each type of star has a corresponding stack quantity - the 
number of times you can throw the star before you either have to use a 
different stack or go back to town to replenish the stack.

You cannot make throwing stars, you can only pick them up from drops or buy 
the most basic stars from an NPC.  Thus, premium throwing stars, along with 
scrolls, are some of the most valuable items in the game, with high quality 
stars fetching prices upwards of 5 million mesos.  Throw in massive mana 
potion usage and Claw-making ingredients, and the Claw Thief becomes the most 
expensive class in the game.



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3.  Usable Item Details
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Below is a list of, to the author's knowledge, all usable items in Maple 
Story.  This list is NOT comprehensive and is subject to change as new 
information comes in (and indubitably Wizet/Nexon will add items as the game \
expands).

A question mark (?) next to something indicates an uncertainty, either in 
correctness or existence.  If you can confirm and/or refute the thing in 
question, please contact me.

Some items cannot be bought from vendors.  Thus, they do not have a "real" 
cost, so to speak.  However, if the vendors *did* sell such an item, it would 
be sold for 2 times the Player's selling price.  So, if you have an item that 
sells for 50,000 mesos to a vendor, its cost would be 100,000.  In this 
reference, I will note where I have used this formula to generate an 
appropriate cost.

10% and 60% Scrolls do not have a cost, as their market value is far more 
than the amount one could sell to a vendor for (a whopping 1 meso).  Nor will 
I speculate on the "worth" of them, because this FAQ could be obsolete one 
week from now, and then I would receive a flood of emails telling me that 10% 
scrolls for Pole Arms are worth 100k, not 98k "like I said in my FAQ."

This also goes for throwing stars, which are worth far far more than their 
selling price.  You would have to be extremely foolish to sell any star 
better than Subi to a vendor.

If you find an item that contains errors, or you have addenda to an item's 
"Availability," please scroll down to the "Contact the Author" section (4b) 
and notify me.  Your help in making this reference more complete is welcome 
and will not go unnoticed.  This guide is meant to help people, not mislead 
them.



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3a.  Potions
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NOTE:  All potions can be hotkeyed!

NOTE:  "All Cities" refers to Lith Harbor, Henesys, Kerning City, Perion, 
Ellinia, and Sleepywood

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Red Potion
Cost: 50 mesos

Availability:
Amherst, All Cities, Florina Beach, All monsters under level 20

Effect:
Recovers 50 HP

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Orange Potion
Cost: 160 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Florina Beach, All monsters level 20-30

Effect:
Recovers 150 HP

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White Potion
Cost: 320 mesos

Availability:
Amherst, All Cities, Florina Beach, Most monsters level 30+

Effect:
Recovers 300 HP

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Blue Potion
Cost: 200 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Florina Beach, Most monsters level 12+

Effect:
Recovers 100 MP

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Mana Elixir
Cost: 620 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Red Drake, Pepe, Wild Cargo, Yeti, Tauromacis, Yeti & Pepe, 
Jr. Balrog, Dark Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Recovers 300 MP

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Elixir
Cost: (?) (2 x selling price)

Availability:
Ligator, Iron Hog, Most enemies level 45+

Effect:
Regain 50% of your HP and MP

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Power Elixir
Cost: (?) (2 x selling price)

Availability:
Tauromacis, Taurospear, Jr. Balrog

Effect:
Fully recovers all HP and MP

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Dex. Potion
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Zombie Mushroom

Effect:
Avoidability +5 for 3 minutes

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Speed Potion
Cost: 400 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Evil Eye

Effect:
Speed +3 for 3 minutes

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Magic Potion
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Blue Mushroom

Effect:
Magic Attack +5 for 3 minutes

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Warrior Potion
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Wild Boar, Drake

Effect:
Attack +5 for 3 minutes

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Sniper Potion
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Evil Eye, Curse Eye

Effect:
Accuracy +5 for 3 minutes

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Wizard Potion
Cost: 1100 mesos (2 x selling price)

Availability:
Horned Mushroom

Effect:
Magic Attack +10 for 3 minutes

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Sap of Ancient Tree
Cost: 1400 mesos (2 x selling price)

Availability:
Dark Axe Stump

Effect:
Magic Attack +10 for 5 minutes

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Drake's Blood
Cost: (?) (2 x selling price)

Availability:
Drake

Effect:
Weapon Attack +8 for 5 minutes

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Drake's Meat
Cost: 1000 mesos (2 x selling price)

Availability:
Drake

Effect:
Weapon Defense +10 for 5 minutes

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Fairy's Honey
Cost: (?) (2 x selling price)

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
Avoidability +10 for 5 minutes

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Antidote
Cost: 200 mesos

Availability:
Henesys, Kerning City, Perion, Ellinia, Fierry

Effect:
Cures the status ailment "Poison"

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Eyedrop
Cost: 200 mesos

Availability:
Henesys, Kerning City, Perion, Ellinia, Fierry

Effect:
Cures the status ailment "Darkness"

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Tonic
Cost: 300 mesos

Availability:
Henesys, Kerning City, Perion, Ellinia, Fierry

Effect:
Cures the status ailment "Weakness"

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Holy Water
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
Ellinia, Fierry

Effect:
Cures the status ailment "Seal"

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Perfect Medicine
Cost: 800 mesos (2 x selling price)

Availability:
Fierry

Effect:
Cures all status ailments

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3b.  Food and Drink
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NOTE: All Food and Drink can be hotkeyed!

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Apple
Cost: 30 mesos

Availability:
Amherst, All Cities, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 30 HP

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Egg
Cost: 50 mesos

Availability:
Amherst, Henesys, Kerning City, Perion, Ellinia, Sleepywood, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 50 HP

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Meat
Cost: 106 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 100 HP

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Fried Chicken
Cost: 220 mesos

Availability:
24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 200 HP

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Hot Dog
Cost: 320 mesos

Availability:
24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 300 HP

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Pizza
Cost: 450 mesos

Availability:
24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 400 HP

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Hamburger
Cost: 450 mesos

Availability:
24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 400 HP

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Orange Juice
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 450 HP

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Hot Dog Supreme
Cost: 530 mesos

Availability:
24 Hr Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 500 HP

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Dried Squid
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 600 HP

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Unagi
Cost: 1,100 mesos

Availability:
Sleepywood, 24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 1000 HP

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Fat Sausage
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 1200 HP

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Song Pyun
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 1500 HP

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Ice Cream Suckers
Cost: 2,300 mesos

Availability:
Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 2000 HP

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Melting Cheese
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 4000 HP

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Raindeer Milk [sic]
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 5000 HP

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Orange
Cost: 100 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Florina Beach, Jr. Necki

Effect:
Recovers 50 MP

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Lemon
Cost: 310 mesos

Availability:
All Cities, Florina Beach, Stirge

Effect:
Recovers 150 MP

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Salad
Cost: 420 mesos

Availability:
24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 200 MP

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Pure Water
Cost: 1,650 mesos

Availability:
Sleepywood, 24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 800 MP

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Grape Juice
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 900 MP

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Han Gwa
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 1500 MP

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Ice with Red Beans
Cost: 4,000 mesos

Availability:
Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 2000 MP

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Sunrise Dew
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 2500 MP

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Sunset Dew
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 5000 MP

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Cake
Cost: 320 mesos

Availability:
24 Hr Mobile Store, Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 100 HP and MP

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Watermelon
Cost: 3,200 mesos

Availability:
Florina Beach

Effect:
Recovers 1000 HP and MP

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Honey
Cost: (?)

Availability:
Currently N/A in MS

Effect:
Recovers 30% of HP and MP

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3c.  Scrolls  (Alphabetized)
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NOTE: The (?) symbol next to a Scroll name means that its existence is 
uncertain.  The (?) symbol next to a monster name indicates that I am not 
sure if this is the correct monster that drops the scroll.

If you have a scroll that is not listed here *AT ALL*, please contact me 
so I can add it in.  Screenshots are appreciated, as well as where you got 
it.

A big thank you to Mithos of Sleepywood.net forums for compiling a similar 
list long before this, much of the Availability is based solely on his Scroll 
drop guide.  Much credit to him.  Anything Mithos' guide did not cover could 
be found on the Hidden Street item database, much credit to them for nearly 
all non-weapon scrolls (http://www.u8generation.com/maple/).

ANY 10% Scroll can be dropped by Crimson Balrog.
ANY 60% Scroll can be dropped by Jr. Balrog.

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Scroll for Bottom-Wear Def., 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Henesys, Kerning City

Effect:
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Bottom-Wear Def., 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom

Effect:
Weapon Defense +2
Magic Defense +1

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Scroll for Bottom-Wear Def., 10% success

Availability:
Slime, Blue Mushroom

Effect:
Weapon Defense +5
Magic Defense +3
Max HP +10

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Scroll for Bow for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Henesys

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Bow for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Stone Gollem

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
Accuracy +1

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Scroll for Bow for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Curse Eye

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
Accuracy +3
DEX +1

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Scroll for Cape for Def., 100% success

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Cape for Def., 60% success

Availability:
Stoneball

Effect:
Weapon Defense +3
Magic Defense +1

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Scroll for Cape for Def., 10% success

Availability:
Ligator(?), Stoneball

Effect:
Weapon Defense +5
Magic Defense +3
Max MP +10

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Scroll for Cape for DEX, 100% success

Availability:
Slime, Octopus

Effect:
DEX +1

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Scroll for Cape for DEX, 60% success

Availability:
Hector

Effect:
DEX +2

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Scroll for Cape for DEX, 10% success

Availability:
Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
DEX +3

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Scroll for Cape for HP, 100% success

Availability:
Blue Snail

Effect:
Max HP +5

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Scroll for Cape for HP, 60% success

Availability:
Shroom

Effect:
Max HP +10

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Scroll for Cape for HP, 10% success

Availability:
Stump

Effect:
Max HP +20

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Scroll for Cape for INT, 100% success

Availability:
Bubbling

Effect:
INT +1

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Scroll for Cape for INT, 60% success

Availability:
Stoneball

Effect:
INT +2

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Scroll for Cape for INT, 10% success

Availability:
Luster Pixie

Effect:
INT +3

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Scroll for Cape for LUK, 100% success

Availability:
Pig

Effect:
LUK +1

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Scroll for Cape for LUK, 60% success

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
LUK +2

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Scroll for Cape for LUK, 10% success

Availability:
Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
LUK +3

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Scroll for Cape for Magic, 100% success

Availability:
Red Snail

Effect:
Max MP +5

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Scroll for Cape for Magic, 60% success

Availability:
Lupin

Effect:
Max MP +10

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Scroll for Cape for Magic, 10% success

Availability:
Nependeath

Effect:
Max MP +20

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Scroll for Claw for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Kerning City

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Claw for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Jane's Quest, Werewolf

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
Accuracy +1

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Scroll for Claw for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Copper Drake, Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
Accuracy +3
LUK +1

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Scroll for Crossbow for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Henesys

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Crossbow for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Stone Gollem

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
Accuracy +1

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Scroll for Crossbow for Att., 10% success

Availability:
N/A (Crimson Balrog only)

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
Accuracy +3
DEX +1

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Scroll for Dagger for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Kerning City

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Dagger for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Jr. Wraith, Lorang

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
LUK +1

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Scroll for Dagger for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Bubbling, Dark Yeti

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
LUK +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Earrings for INT, 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Ellinia

Effect:
Magic Attack +1

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Scroll for Gloves for Att., 100% success

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Gloves for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Umti, Jr. Yeti, Mushmom

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2

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Scroll for Gloves for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Umti

Effect:
Weapon Attack +3

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Scroll for Gloves for DEX, 100% success

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
Accuracy +1

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Scroll for Gloves for DEX, 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom

Effect:
Accuracy +2
DEX +1

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Scroll for Gloves for DEX, 10% success

Availability:
Dark Stump

Effect:
Accuracy +5
DEX +3
Avoidability +1

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Scroll for Helmet Def., 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Henesys, Kerning City, Perion

Effect:
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Helmet Def., 60% success

Availability:
Pia Quest, Orange Mushroom, Cold Eye, Mushmom, Wild Cargo

Effect:
Weapon Defense +2
Magic Defense +1

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Scroll for Helmet Def., 10% success

Availability:
Snail

Effect:
Weapon Defense +5
Magic Defense +3
Accuracy +1

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Scroll for Helmet HP, 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Max HP +5

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Scroll for Helmet HP, 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom

Effect:
Max HP +10

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Scroll for Helmet HP, 10% success

Availability:
Jr. Wraith

Effect:
Max HP +30

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Scroll for One-Handed Axe for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Axe for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Jane's Quest, Tauromacis, Taurospear

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Axe for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Green Mushroom

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Blunt Weapon for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Kerning City, Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Blunt Weapon for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Wild Cargo, Clang

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Blunt Weapon for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Axe Stump

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Sword for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Kerning City, Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Sword for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Tauromacis, Taurospear, Yeti

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for One-Handed Sword for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Octopus

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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(?)Scroll for Overall Armor for Def., 100% success

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
unknown

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Scroll for Overall Armor for Def., 60% success

Availability:
Sabitrama's Quest (aka Diet Medicine Quest), Mushmom

Effect:
Weapon Defense +2
Magic Defense +1

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Scroll for Overall Armor for Def., 10% success

Availability:
Slime

Effect:
Weapon Defense +5
Magic Defense +3
Max HP +10

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Scroll for Overall Armor for DEX, 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
DEX +1

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Scroll for Overall Armor for DEX, 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom

Effect:
DEX +2
Accuracy +1

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Scroll for Overall Armor for DEX, 10% success

Availability:
Red Snail

Effect:
DEX +5
Accuracy +3
Speed +1

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Scroll for Pet Equip. for Jump, 100% success

Availability:
Green Mushroom, Jr. Necki

Effect:
Jump +1

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Scroll for Pet Equip. for Jump, 60% success

Availability:
Stirge

Effect:
Jump +2

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Scroll for Pet Equip. for Jump, 10% success

Availability:
Lorang

Effect:
Jump +3

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Scroll for Pet Equip. for Speed, 100% success

Availability:
Bubbling, Green Mushroom, Horned Mushroom, Jr. Wraith

Effect:
Speed +1

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Scroll for Pet Equip. for Speed, 60% success

Availability:
Bubbling, Green Mushroom, Jr. Wraith

Effect:
Speed +2

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Scroll for Pet Equip. for Speed, 10% success

Availability:
Jr. Wraith, Lorang

Effect:
Speed +3

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Scroll for Pole Arm for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Pole Arm for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Tauromacis, Taurospear

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for Pole Arm for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Evil Eye

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Shield for Def., 100% success

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Sheild for Def., 60% success

Availability:
White Pang, Red Drake, Mushmom

Effect:
Weapon Defense +2
Magic Defense +1

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Scroll for Shield for Def., 10% success

Availability:
Ribbon Pig, Green Mushroom, Jr. Necki, Star Pixi, Lyncanthrope

Effect:
Weapon Defense +5
Magic Defense +3
Max HP +10

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Scroll for Shoes for DEX, 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Henesys, Kerning City

Effect:
Avoidability +1

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Scroll for Shoes for DEX, 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom

Effect:
Avoidability +2
Accuracy +1

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Scroll for Shoes for DEX, 10% success

Availability:
Pig

Effect:
Avoidability +5
Accuracy +3
Speed +1

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Scroll for Shoes for Jump, 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Kerning City

Effect:
Jump +1

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Scroll for Shoes for Jump, 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom

Effect:
Jump +2
DEX +1

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Scroll for Shoes for Jump, 10% success

Availability:
Orange Mushroom, Lunar Pixie

Effect:
Jump +5
DEX +3
Speed +1

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(?)Scroll for Shoes for Speed, 100% success

Availability:
unknown

Effect:
Speed +1

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Scroll for Shoes for Speed, 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom

Effect:
Speed +2

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Scroll for Shoes for Speed, 10% success

Availability:
N/A (Crimson Balrog only)

Effect:
Speed +3

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Scroll for Spear for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Spear for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Tauromacis, Taurospear

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for Spear for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Zombie Mushroom

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Staff for Magic, 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Ellinia

Effect:
Magic Attack +1

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Scroll for Staff for Magic, 60% success

Availability:
Malady, Wild Cargo, Yeti & Pepe, Dark Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Magic Attack +2
INT +1

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Scroll for Staff for Magic, 10% success

Availability:
N/A (Crimson Balrog only)

Effect:
Magic Attack +5
INT +3
Magic Defense +1

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Scroll for Top-Wear Def., 100% success
Cost: 35,000 mesos

Availability:
Henesys, Kerning City

Effect:
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Top-Wear Def., 60% success

Availability:
Mushmom, Pepe

Effect:
Weapon Defense +2
Magic Defense +1

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Scroll for Top-Wear Def., 10% success

Availability:
Stump

Effect:
Weapon Defense +5
Magic Defense +3
Max HP +10

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Scroll for Two-Handed Axe for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Axe for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Dark Stone Gollem, Taurospear, Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Axe for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Horned Mushroom

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Blunt Weapon for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Blunt Weapon for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Dark Stone Gollem, Dark Nependeath

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Blunt Weapon for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Dark Axe Stump

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Sword for Att., 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Sword for Att., 60% success

Availability:
Horned Mushroom, Dark Stone Gollem, Dark Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Weapon Attack +2
STR +1

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Scroll for Two-Handed Sword for Att., 10% success

Availability:
Blue Mushroom

Effect:
Weapon Attack +5
STR +3
Weapon Defense +1

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Scroll for Wand for Magic, 100% success
Cost: 70,000 mesos

Availability:
Ellinia

Effect:
Magic Attack +1

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Scroll for Wand for Magic, 60% success

Availability:
Malady, Dark Jr. Yeti, Wild Cargo, Yeti & Pepe, Dark Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Magic Attack +2
INT +1

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Scroll for Wand for Magic, 10% success

Availability:
N/A (Crimson Balrog only)

Effect:
Magic Attack +5
INT +3
Magic Defense +1

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3ci.  Return Scrolls
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Return Scroll to a Town
Cost: 400 mesos

Availability:
Lith Harbor, Henesys, Kerning City, Perion, Ellinia

Effect:
Returns you to the nearest town on the World Map.  "Nearest" means that the 
scroll will check the distance between you and the cities on the map, and 
warp you to the closest one IN TERMS OF A STRAIGHT LINE.  It does not check 
the number of zones between the one you are on and the town.   You can test 
this for yourself by going to the Three-Way Fork outside Lith Harbor, 
Henesys, and Kerning City.  Use a Return Scroll.  You will go back to Lith 
Harbor, even though Henesys is fewer zones away.

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Return Scroll to Ellinia
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
Ellinia

Effect:
Returns you to Ellinia from anywhere.

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Return Scroll to Henesys
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
Henesys

Effect:
Returns you to Henesys from anywhere.

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Return Scroll to Kerning City
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
Kerning City

Effect:
Returns you to Kerning City from anywhere.

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Return Scroll to Lith Harbor
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
Lith Harbor

Effect:
Returns you to Lith Harbor from anywhere.

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Return Scroll to Perion
Cost: 500 mesos

Availability:
Perion

Effect:
Returns you to Perion from anywhere.

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Return Scroll to Sleepywood
Cost: 600 mesos

Availability:
Sleepywood

Effect:
Returns you to Sleepywood from anywhere.

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3d.  Bowman Ammunition
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Arrow for Bow
Cost: 1 meso (2 mesos from 24 Hr Mobile Store)

Availability:
Lith Harbor, Henesys, Kerning City, Ellinia, Perion, Sleepywood, 
24 Hr Mobile Store, all monsters

Effect:
Fires a projectile from an equipped Bow-class weapon

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Arrow for Crossbow
Cost: 1 meso (2 mesos from 24 Hr Mobile Store)

Availability:
Lith Harbor, Henesys, Kerning City, Ellinia, Perion, Sleepywood, 
24 Hr Mobile Store, all monsters

Effect:
Fires a projectile from an equipped Crossbow-class weapon

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Bronze Arrow for Bow
Cost: Must be crafted

Availability:
Vicious (in Henesys)

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1
Fires a projectile from an equipped Bow-class weapon

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Bronze Arrow for Crossbow
Cost: Must be crafted

Availability:
Vicious (in Henesys)

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1
Fires a projectile from an equipped Crossbow-class weapon

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Steel Arrow for Bow
Cost: N/A

Availability:
Vicious (in Henesys)

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1
STR +1
Fires a project from an equipped Bow-class weapon

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Steel Arrow for Crossbow
Cost: N/A

Availability:
Vicious (in Henesys)

Effect:
Weapon Attack +1
STR +1
Fires a projectile from an equipped Crossbow-class weapon

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3e.  Throwing Stars
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Subi Throwing Star
Stack Size: 500
Cost / (Replenish Cost): 500 mesos / (150 mesos)

Availability:
Kerning City (Weapon NPC)

Effect:
Attack +15

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Wolbi Throwing Star
Stack Size: 500
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / (200 mesos)

Availability:
Fire Boar

Effect:
Attack +17

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Snowball
Stack Size: 800
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / (800 mesos)

Availability:
Lupin

Effect:
Attack +17

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Mokbi Throwing Star
Stack Size: 700
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / (350 mesos)

Availability:
Jr. Wraith, Cold Eye, Lunar Pixie, Luster Pixie, Stone Gollem

Effect:
Attack +19

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Wooden Top
Stack Size: 800
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / (800 mesos)

Availability:
Dark Axe Stump

Effect:
Attack +19

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Kumbi Throwing Star
Stack Size: 500
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / (300 mesos)

Availability:
Fire Boar, Lupin, Drake, Hector

Effect:
Attack +21

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Icicles
Stack Size: 800
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / (800 mesos)

Availability:
Cold Eye, Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Attack +21

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Tobi Throwing Star
Stack Size: 1000
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / N/A

Availability:
White Pang, Dark Stone Gollem, Wild Cargo, Dark Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Attack +23

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Steely Throwing Star
Stack Size: 1000
Cost / (Replenish Cost): N/A / (700 mesos)

Availability:
Red Drake, Tauromacis, Yeti & Pepe

Effect:
Attack +25

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Ilbi Throwing Star
Stack Size: 800
Cost / (Replenish Cost): Everything you have / (640 mesos)

Availability:
Mushmom, Lycanthrope

Effect:
Attack +27

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4.  Closing
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There you have it, my first attempt at an FAQ.  Hopefully you got something 
out of it, and thanks for reading.  Happy Mapling!



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4a.  Credits
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Thanks to all who supported me in my first FAQ.

Haoran -- Thank you for your support and help, I probably wouldn't have done 
this if you hadn't maintained enthusiasm and supplied me with those first few 
scroll details.

GreenBird -- Thank you for your contribution.  AHAHAHA jk thanks for being 
the person that went in on MS with me in the first place, despite your soul 
being sold to RO.

Niccus -- Always my contact for kMS and jMS, he kept me posted on upcoming 
things in the MS community.  GlobalMS has got some ways to go, but remain 
patient... great things are yet to come!

Mewtwo X9 -- Credit to him for many Availability sections, please check out 
his awesome Enemy Treasure FAQ which many of you have undoubtedly already 
used.

Sleepywood.net and Hidden Street -- Much info was lifted and reproduced here, 
much credit goes to Mithos' Scroll Guide on the forums and Hidden Street's 
item database.  Please visit their sites, they contain exhaustively 
researched and more comprehensive info about the entire game of MS.

Visit them at:
http://www.sleepywood.net and http://www.u8generation.com/maple/

Wizet/Nexon -- Thanks for a neato game, even if people are level 170+ in the 
Japanese version.



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4b.  Contact the Author
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Email me at petraarkanian60(at)hotmail(dot)com for additions, comments, 
errata, and so forth.

Any and all CONSTRUCTIVE criticism is welcome.  Please make sure your email 
contains correct grammar, punctuation, spelling, and capitalization.  If your 
email LOOKS LIKE THIS OMGOMG YOU MISSED THIS PWND! then I will ignore it, 
and if your EmAil LoOkZ lyKe DiZz L0lz it will be ignored as well.

Maple Story SN:  HaricotVert

Do not give me feedback IN GAME, it too will be ignored.  Like you, I play 
Maple Story to have fun, not to have people badger me about this FAQ.  Please 
treat others as you want to be treated.  This 'Golden Rule' is forgotten far 
too often in MMORPGs.



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4c.  Version History
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v1.0 -- First Release (12/30/04)

v1.1 -- Various errata corrected and addenda, mostly in Scrolls but also the 
	entire Florina Beach item list.  Thanks to Motive, Greenbird, Niccus, 
	Mithos from Sleepywood.net forums, aero32526 [Jimmy Y.], 
	Mr. Squirrel, Zoilito Hipolito, lolatdc749, and Hidden Street 
	(http://www.u8generation.com/maple/) which contained much info about 
	scrolls and other items currently not available due to Beta status.
	(01/06/05)

v1.2 -- Added statistical analysis of scrolls, suggestions of how to sell off 
	scrolls to maximize profit, addenda to effects of food and drink 
	relative to potions, and added a note that throwing stars are not 
	included in this guide.  Version 0.24 patch potions included.
	(02/06/05)

v1.3 -- Added "Perfect Medicine", notation that return scrolls do not work 
	from Florina Beach, Sniper Potion (not Warrior Potion) drops from 
	Curse Eyes, throwing stars by popular demand (Thanks Niccus).  Full 
	version release of Maple Story occurs, with Ossyria and everything!
	Version 1.4 is on the way, once I make it to Ossyria and check out 
	the stores there.
	(05/16/05)



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4d.  Copyright Info
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Copyrightę 2004-2005 HaricotVert

Copyrightę Notice:

This may be not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal, 
private use. It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed 
publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other 
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violation of copyright.

All copyrights and trademarks contained in this document are owned by their 
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