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    MP Eater Grid v. 2.00
    
    Author:
    Turantula (Eric Turan), email trntla 'at' mybluelight 'dot' com
    IGN: omgwtfbbqlol, Turantula, MaxDex, Tenrai
    
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    This In-Depth FAQ has been created for use by GameFAQs.com (and also Gamespot
    by association).  It has also been given permission to http://dlh.net/ to use
    this in-depth FAQ.  If you see that this FAQ has been posted on another
    website, please contact Eric Turan at (trntla 'at' mybluelight 'dot' com) with 
    "MP EATER FAQ PERMISSION" in the subject.
    Note, however, that in section 1.15 there is a table that is NOT MY WORK.
    This table was created by Pan2005 and I am using it with his permission.  If
    you get my permission to use the FAQ, it does not automatically come with his
    permission to use the table.  You must edit out his table until you get his
    permission by contacting him at:
    pan2006 'at' gmail 'dot' com
    Thank you.  
    
    Copyright 2005 Eric Turan
    Multiple Target Data table Copyright 2005 Pan2005
    
    
    VERSION HISTORY
    5 Apr 2005 -- v. 2.00 -- Fifth Update
       * Pan2005's table gets a major upgrade
       * Changed copyright permission to reflect Pan2005's independent permission
       * Changed permission to allow http://dlh.net/ to post this guide
    
    25 Mar 2005 -- v. 1.70 -- Fourth Update
       * Contribution to 1.15 by Pan2005, including table
       * Changed 'Fairy' to 'Fierry' in the notes about the Fierry
       * Removed Wanted notice (section 6.00)
    
    24 Mar 2005 -- v. 1.60 -- Third Update
       * Fixed Fairy's name (changed to Fierry)
       * Fixed Fierry's Max MP (according to...)
       * Contribution to Fierry information by Pan2005
       * Changed note about Fierry to reflect current source
       * Changed Wanted notice (section 6.00)
    
    23 Mar 2005 -- v. 1.52 -- Second Update
       * Added Fairy to list, with note
       * Placed a copy of the notes at the end of each list of monsters
       * Changed Wanted section text
       * Added the Wanted section to the Table of Contents
    
    22 Mar 2005 -- v. 1.50 -- First Update
       * Fixed author's username
       * Moved some information into a more appropriate heading
       * Contributions to 1.14 and 1.15 by Suk Jack
       * Fixed Red Drake's 21% of Max MP
       * Changed FAQ message to reflect that this is no longer initial version
       * Added contributer
       * Added a section for wanted information
       * changed format of email address display
    
    18 Mar 2005 -- v. 1.00 -- Initial Version
    
    
    =================
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    =================
    
    1.00 -- Introduction
        1.10 -- MP Eater, the skill
            1.11 -- How Does MP Eater Work?
            1.12 -- How Do I Know If MP Eater Has Worked?
            1.13 -- How Much MP Do I Drain With MP Eater?
            1.14 -- What If the Enemy Runs Out of MP?
            1.15 -- What About Attacks That Hit Multiple Enemies?
            1.16 -- When Should I Put Points Into MP Eater?
    2.00 -- Alphabetical Order
    3.00 -- By Order of Max MP
    4.00 -- FAQ
    5.00 -- Contributers
    
    
    
    ====================
    1.00 -- INTRODUCTION
    ====================
    
    Hi there, and welcome to my in-depth FAQ for Maple Story.  Really, this is
    more of a grid than anything else.  I found myself wanting to know just how
    much MP I was getting back with the Wizard/Cleric skill MP Eater.  So I went
    to www.mapleglobal.com, got the Max MP of each of the monsters there, did
    some basic math, and organized the information so my fellow gamers could have
    a fast easy chart with the information on it.  Nothing too special.
    
    The monsters are organized in two different ways, so readers can have some
    variety with how they view the information.  For the first grid, the monsters
    are listed in alphabetical order.  Monsters with adjectives in their names
    often have the order of their name reversed and separated by a comma in a
    LastName, FirstName format.  This style allowed me to keep many of the same
    general types of monster together (such as all the different mushrooms).
    
    After the alphabetical listing, the monsters are listed again in order of
    increasing Maximum MP.  This may make finding specific monsters slightly more
    difficult, but it gives you a better picture of where they are in the magical
    food chain, so to speak.  Or, if you want to hunt monsters with high MP counts
    to better make use of MP Eater, you might look to that list to see what's near
    the high end.
    
    Anyway, I hope you find this guide useful.  I had fun making it.
    
    
    ===========================
    1.10 -- MP Eater, the skill
    ===========================
    
    This is just a short explanation of just what MP Eater is.  This is a skill
    for the jobs of Wizard (either Fire/Poison or Ice/Lightning) or Cleric.  So,
    any mage can have this skill after the first job advancement.  Essentially,
    the function of MP Eater is to help keep your magic points higher so you can
    cast more spells before you need to drink potions or rest (however you like to
    get your MP back).  It is a passive skill, so once you've put points into it,
    you do not need to activate it or set it to a hotkey.
    
    1.11 -- How does MP Eater work?  
    -------------------------------
    Each time you attack, there is a chance that you
    drain some MP from the enemy.  The amount you drain is dependent upon a
    combination of the Maximum MP of the enemy and the number of skill points you
    have allocated to it.  The formula for its chance of activations is:
    10% + 1% per skill point
    So, if you have 7 skill points in MP Eater, there is a (10% + 7% = ) 17%
    chance that MP Eater activates whenever you make a magic attack on something.
    Since the master level of MP Eater is 20 points, there is a cap of a (10% +
    20% = ) 30% chance that MP Eater activates for each attack.
    
    1.12 -- How do I know if MP Eater has worked?
    ---------------------------------------------
    When MP Eater activates, blue stars will briefly encircle your character.
    There is no auditory effect, so if you want to keep track of it you have to
    watch for the blue stars.  You can see it working for other wizards and 
    clerics too, if you watch for it!  The graphic does not change with more
    points into MP Eater, so once you have seen it you always know what to look
    for.  
    
    1.13 -- How much MP do I drain with MP Eater?
    ---------------------------------------------
    That's what this in-depth FAQ is for!  When MP Eater activates, it takes from
    the enemy a percentage of their maximum MP.  This percentage is based on the
    number of points you have in MP Eater, and the formula is:
    20% + 1% per skill point
    So, at the first point of MP Eater, you have an 11% chance per attack to drain
    MP from the enemy, and you will drain (20% + 1% = ) 21% when it happens.  This
    is why the charts in the next sections start at 21% instead of 20%.  Since
    master level of MP Eater is 20 points, there is a cap of (20% + 20% = ) 40% of
    the enemy's maximum MP per attack.  The charts below show just how much this
    percentage comes to for all the enemies as you increase your skill points in
    MP Eater.
    
    1.14 -- What if the enemy runs out of MP?
    -----------------------------------------
    This is a question I'm not sure of the answer to.  In fact, I'm not sure if
    taking away all the enemy's MP can prevent it from casting spells or not.
    If you have any insight on this, please let me know (see the Contributers
    section -- 5.00 -- for details).  
    
    {Jak Suck writes:}
    [O]nce the enemy runs out of mp, u will not be able to absorb anymore 
    mp from them from my experience of dealing with wraiths. because i need 4-8 
    hits to kill them and im not recovering mp fast enough for my usage. ill 
    comfirm it again once i reach higher lvls but that mightl take 2-3 weeks. 
    however, im not sure whether that will prevent them from casting spells.
    
    So, it seems that the Max MP is a limit on the total amount of MP you can
    drain from the enemy (which makes perfect sense).  With more information I 
    will update this.
    
    1.15 -- What about attacks that hit multiple enemies?
    -----------------------------------------------------
    I have theories about this, but since I am a cleric the only multi-hit skill
    I have is healing, and I don't hunt much undead at the moment.  So I will
    refrain from baseless guessing here.  As with the enemy running out of MP
    above, if you know something please share this information (see the section
    for Contributers -- 5.00 -- for details).  
    
    {Suk Jack writes:}
    [The] 2nd theory [that MP Eater is calculated separately for each enemy when
    making multiple-target magical attacks] is true. yes. while training on zombie 
    lupins with near max mp eater, u dont need mp potions. sometimes, u gain mp 
    instead of losing mp while healing zombies lupins. lightning mages may need mp 
    potions since most enemies currently have low max mp. however if u notice, 
    undead monsters generally have high max mp, thats y clerics usually dont need 
    mp potions while using heal to mass damage undeads [...] at max lv mp eater, 
    theres 30% chance of absorbing 40% of the max mp of the enemy i hit
    .30 x .40= .12 so im expected to abosorb 12% of the max mp of every enemy i 
    hit. this effect is cumulative. so if im training on wraiths which have 80 
    mp, ill abosrb 9.6mp for every wraith i hit. if i hit 2 wraiths, ill recover 
    19.2mp per hit on average.  so if i can kill zombie lupins(100max mp) in 2 
    hits (80% of max mp absorbed maximum) and i hit 2 of them everytime, my mana 
    will always remain near to full,(.12 x 100 x 2 = 24) without considering ill 
    recover mp every 10 seconds.
    
    This is encouranging news for those who like MP Eater.  However, I got some
    conflicting information from another contributer, and he has some numbers to
    back up his position, so...
    
    Note that this table is a part of my guide as a result of the work of Pan2005,
    and does NOT fall under my solitary permission.  If you would like to use my
    guide, you are free to contact me about it, but even if I give permission, this
    table is not yet covered.  In order to use this table, you must contact Pan2005
    at:
    pan2006 'at' gmail 'dot' com
    If you have permission to use this guide, but not this table, then you must
    edit out the table before posting the guide on your site (or whatever other
    medium you have permission for).
    
    {Pan2005 writes:}
    Revised MP Eater Table by Pan2005 (April 2nd, 2005):
    Test by Level 50 Cleric Character.
    (Of course that is my character)
    * The amount of MP are based on TOTAL OF 82 SCREENSHOTS!
    
    ======================================================
     # Monster| MP | MPEater Success? | -/+ MP | Final MP
    ======================================================
         5    |2589|     YES (2x)     |  -8 MP |   2581   
         5    |2581|     YES (2x)     |  -8 MP |   2573   
         5    |2573| YES (2x - 1)  @1 |  -9 MP |   2564   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         5    |2612|     YES (2x)     |  -8 MP |   2604   
         5    |2604|     YES (3x)     |   0 MP |   2604   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         4    |2681|     YES (1x)     | -14 MP |   2667   
         3    |2667| YES (2x + 2)  @2 |  +4 MP |   2671   
    ------------------------------------------------------  
         3    |2633| YES (2x - 2)  @3 |   0 MP |   2633   
         1    |2633|     YES (1x)     | +16 MP |   2649   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         3    |2771|        NO        | -24 MP |   2747   
         3    |2747|        NO        | -24 MP |   2723   
         3    |2723|        NO        | -24 MP |   2699   
         3    |2699| YES (3x - 1)  @4 | +14 MP |   2713    
         3    |2713| YES (1x + 1)  @5 | -10 MP |   2703   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         2    |2719|     YES (1x)     |  -4 MP |   2715   
         2    |2715|     YES (2x)     | +16 MP |   2731   
         2    |2731|     YES (1x)     |  -4 MP |   2727   
         2    |2727|     YES (1x)     |  -4 MP |   2723   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         2    |2703|     YES (2x)     | +16 MP |   2719   
         -    |2719|  RECOVER 10 SEC  | +52 MP |   2771   
         2    |2771|        NO        | -24 MP |   2747   
         3    |2747| YES (1x + 1)  @5 | -10 MP |   2737   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         2    |2693|        NO        | -24 MP |   2669   
         3    |2669|     YES (3x)     | +16 MP |   2685   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         3    |2741| YES (1x + 1)  @5 | -10 MP |   2731   
         3    |2731|        NO        | -24 MP |   2707   
         2    |2707|     YES (1x)     |  -4 MP |   2703   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         3    |2586|        NO        | -24 MP |   2562   
         5    |2562|     YES (2x)     |  -8 MP |   2554   
         5    |2554|     YES (1x)     | -16 MP |   2538   
         5    |2538|     YES (2x)     |  -8 MP |   2530   
         -    |2530|  RECOVER 10 SEC  | +83 MP |   2613   
         5    |2613|     YES (1x)     | -16 MP |   2597   
         5    |2597|     YES (1x)     | -16 MP |   2581   
    4 (1 MISS)|2581|     YES (1x)     | -14 MP |   2567   
         3    |2567| YES (1x + 1)  @5 | -10 MP |   2557   
         3    |2557| YES (1x + 1)  @5 | -10 MP |   2547   
    ------------------------------------------------------
         2    |2588|     YES (1x)     |  -4 MP |   2584   
         2    |2584|        NO        | -24 MP |   2560   
    ======================================================
    
    P.S.
    1. My MAX MP = 2771 MP
    2. My MP Recover/10 Seconds = 16*(50/10)+3 = 83 MP
    3. Zombie Lupin's MAX MP = 100 MP
    4. Heal MP Use (Mastered @ Lvl 30) = -24 MP
    5. The attack before the last set is really lucky :)
       [YES to Drain MP 8 times in a row]
    
    Note # 1:
    This table, the amount of MP is based on my screenshots that successful on MP 
    Eater ONLY, so I cut down the MOST of unsuccessful MP Eater from this table. 
    (Some of Miss MP Eater still on this table). Also, this table break into 
    section, so you can see more easily how MP Eater work.
    
    Note # 2:
    1x for each MP Eater multi-attack to Zombie Lupin are:
    1x of 1 Zombie Lupin  = 40 / 1 = 40 MP (41 - 39 MP)
    1x of 2 Zombie Lupins = 40 / 2 = 20 MP (21 - 19 MP)
    1x of 3 Zombie Lupins = 40 / 3 = 13 MP (14 - 12 MP)
    1x of 4 Zombie Lupins = 40 / 4 = 10 MP (11 -  9 MP)
    1x of 5 Zombie Lupins = 40 / 5 =  8 MP ( 9 -  7 MP)
    
    Alert!: Sometime, the number of MP Eater for each monsters may be +/- by 1 MP
    *Even MISS attacks COUNT as monsters got attacked.
    
    Note # 3:
    On "MPEater Success" column, the YES (#x)
    #x is the amount of monsters that success MP Eater.
    
    Formula for amount of MP Eater from monsters:
    xx% of Monster's Max MP / # of Monster(s) Got Attacked * # of Monster(s) 
    Success MP Eater.
    *Depending on your MP Eater Skill Level, xx% indicate the percent of Monster's 
    Max MP that you can drain from monster (Lvl 1 = 21%, Lvl 10 = 30%, Lvl 20 = 
    40%)
    
    Example: YES (2x) (# Monster = 5) --> 40/5*2 = 16 MP
    That means you lost only 24-16 = 8 MP for that attack.
    
    Sometime, the number of MP that drain from monsters may be estimated and 
    sometime you may get a bit less or get a bit more than this original number. 
    (+/- [1-2] of these original number)
    Example: You attack 2 monsters and you get +41 MP instead of +40 MP.
    Bolow note are directly from table that have get a bit less/more MP than usual.
    
    @1 -> (2x - 1) on # monster is 5 = Get 16 MP - 1 MP = 15 MP.
    @2 -> (2x + 2) on # monster is 3 = Get 26 MP + 2 MP = 28 MP.
    @3 -> (2x - 2) on # monster is 3 = Get 26 MP - 2 MP = 24 MP.
    @4 -> (3x - 1) on # monster is 3 = Get 39 MP - 1 MP = 38 MP.
    @5 -> (1x + 1) on # monster is 3 = Get 13 MP + 1 MP = 14 MP.
    
    However, Multi-monsters attack still get less amount of MP than the 
    single-monsters attack because you usually don't get full MP Eater drain from 
    monster during multi-monsters attack. Unless, you have a lot of luck.
    
    Note # 4:
    Since Global MapleStory is in BETA Test, so that means, sometimes there is lag 
    going on the server. Sometimes, the number may be delay.
    For example, MP Eater activated on 2 Monsters, got 1 monster drain +20 MP 
    first.  It added +20 MP Then, 2nd time, MP Eater not activate, but it just 
    show the -48 MP at this point (Using 2 Heals combination attacks before the MP
    Eater activated).
    
    This is part of MP Eater Guide by Turantula (Eric Turan).
    (c)Copyright MMV(2005) by Pan2005 - Done by April 3nd, 2005 @ 3:01 AM
    
    As you look at this table, I should make it clear that the data was gathered
    using the cleric skill Heal on Zombie Lupins, with maximum MP Eater.  So,
    as Zombie Lupins have 100 Max MP, each attack should ostensibly give back
    40 MP.  The +/= MP Column depicts his total change in MP per attack, so you
    should remember that the attack itself is sucking up 24 MP for maxxed out
    Heal.
    
    Note that this table is a part of my guide as a result of the work of Pan2005,
    and does NOT fall under my solitary permission.  If you would like to use my
    guide, you are free to contact me about it, but even if I give permission, this
    table is not yet covered.  In order to use this table, you must contact Pan2005
    at:
    pan2006 'at' gmail 'dot' com
    If you have permission to use this guide, but not this table, then you must
    edit out the table before posting the guide on your site (or whatever other
    medium you have permission for).
    
    
    1.16 -- When should I put points into MP Eater?
    -----------------------------------------------
    That is completely up to you.  I am maxing it out first (yes, even before the
    Cleric skill heal).  Most people would not think that to be a good idea, but
    it fits my style of play.  I like to be able to keep going for a long time,
    then go afk as I regen.  So it works for me.  It's up to you to decide how to
    build your character.  That is not what this in-depth FAQ is for.  You should,
    however, be aware that since it is a first-job-ADVANCEMENT skill, it is not
    possible to put any points into MP Eater before level 30 (after you have taken
    and passed the test to advance to your next job).
    
    
    
    
    ==========================
    2.00 -- Alphabetical Order
    ==========================
    
    Monster            Max MP    21%    25%    30%    35%    40%
    -------            -----------------------------------------
    
    Balrog, Crimson     500     105    125    150    175    200
    Balrog, Jr.         500     105    125    150    175    200
    Boogie, Jr.         300      63     75     90    105    120
    Boar, Fire           60      12     15     18     21     24
    Boar, Wild           50      10     12     15     17     20
    
    Bubbling             10       2      2      3      3      4
    Cargo, Wild         100      21     25     30     35     40
    Clang                50      10     12     15     17     20
    Croco                75      15     18     22     26     30
    Drake               100      21     25     30     35     40
    
    Drake, Copper       150      31     37     45     52     60
    Drake, Red          120      25     30     36     42     48
    Eye, Cold            50      10     12     15     17     20
    Eye, Curse           65      13     16     19     22     26
    Eye, Evil            40       8     10     12     14     16
    
    Fierry**            175      36     43     52     61     70
    Gollem, Dark Stone  150      31     37     45     52     60
    Gollem, Stone       120      25     30     36     42     48
    Hector               50      10     12     15     17     20
    Hog, Iron            60      12     15     18     21     24
    
    Ligator              40       8     10     12     14     16
    Lorang               10       2      2      3      3      4
    Lupin               100      21     25     30     35     40
    Lupin, Zombie       100      21     25     30     35     40
    Lycanthrope         300      63     75     90    105    120
    
    Malady               90      18     22     27     31     36
    Mushmom             200      42     50     60     70     80
    Mushroom, Blue       30       6      7      9     10     12
    Mushroom, Green      25       5      6      7      8     10
    Mushroom, Horned     35       7      8     10     12     14 
    
    Mushroom, Orange     45       9     11     13     15     18
    Mushroom, Zombie     55      11     13     16     19     22
    Necki, Jr.           20       4      5      6      7      8
    Nependeath          120      25     30     36     42     48
    Nependeath, Dark    135      28     33     40     47     54
    
    Octopus              50      10     12     15     17     20
    Pang, White         100      21     25     30     35     40
    Pepe                100      21     25     30     35     40
    Pepe, Dark           80      16     20     24     28     32
    Pig                  40       8     10     12     14     16
    
    Pig, Ribbon          45       9     11     13     15     18
    Pixie, Lunar        115      24     28     34     40     46
    Pixie, Luster       200      42     50     60     70     80
    Pixie, Star         100      21     25     30     35     40
    Shroom               15       3      3      4      5      6
    
    Slime                35       7      8     10     12     14
    Slime, King*        100      21     25     30     35     40
    Snail                 0      --     --     --     --     --
    Snail, Blue          15       3      3      4      5      6
    Snail, Red           30       6      7      9     10     12
    
    Stirge                0      --     --     --     --     --
    Stoneball            50      10     12     15     17     20
    Stump                30       6      7      9     10     12
    Stump, Axe           30       6      7      9     10     12
    Stump, Dark          10       2      2      3      3      4
    
    Stump, Dark Axe      40       8     10     12     14     16
    Tauromacis          200      42     50     60     70     80
    Taurospear          220      46     55     66     77     88
    Umti                100      21     25     30     35     40
    Werewolf            150      31     37     45     52     60
    
    Wraith               80      16     20     24     28     32
    Wraith, Jr.          80      16     20     24     28     32
    Yeti                 80      16     20     24     28     32
    Yeti, Dark          100      21     25     30     35     40
    Yeti, Dark Jr.       40       8     10     12     14     16
    
    Yeti, Jr.            20       4      5      6      7      8
    Yeti & Pepe         100      21     25     30     35     40
    Yeti & Pepe, Dark   150      31     37     45     52     60
    
    *  While figures are given for the various levels of MP Eater, it is
       only actuall possible to affect Slime King with level 1 MP Eater, and even
       then only if you  take that as  your first skill point into a 2nd-job 
       skill right at level 30.  Personally, I think this is a silly thing to do, 
       but it's your character.
    
    ** The Fierry is not covered on www.mapleglobal.com, Maple Story's official
       website.  The data here is based on experimentation by myself, as well
       as a contribution from Pan2005 by way of the website Hidden Street
       (www.u8generation.com/maple/index.php)
    
    
    ==========================
    3.00 -- By Order of Max MP
    ==========================
    
    Monster            Max MP    21%    25%    30%    35%    40%
    -------            -----------------------------------------
    Snail                 0      --     --     --     --     --
    Stirge                0      --     --     --     --     --
    Bubbling             10       2      2      3      3      4
    Lorang               10       2      2      3      3      4
    Stump, Dark          10       2      2      3      3      4
    
    Shroom               15       3      3      4      5      6
    Snail, Blue          15       3      3      4      5      6
    Necki, Jr.           20       4      5      6      7      8
    Yeti, Jr.            20       4      5      6      7      8
    Mushroom, Green      25       5      6      7      8     10
    
    Mushroom, Blue       30       6      7      9     10     12
    Snail, Red           30       6      7      9     10     12
    Stump                30       6      7      9     10     12
    Stump, Axe           30       6      7      9     10     12
    Mushroom, Horned     35       7      8     10     12     14
     
    Slime                35       7      8     10     12     14
    Eye, Evil            40       8     10     12     14     16
    Ligator              40       8     10     12     14     16
    Pig                  40       8     10     12     14     16
    Stump, Dark Axe      40       8     10     12     14     16
    
    Yeti, Dark Jr.       40       8     10     12     14     16
    Mushroom, Orange     45       9     11     13     15     18
    Pig, Ribbon          45       9     11     13     15     18
    Boar, Wild           50      10     12     15     17     20
    Clang                50      10     12     15     17     20
    
    Eye, Cold            50      10     12     15     17     20
    Hector               50      10     12     15     17     20
    Octopus              50      10     12     15     17     20
    Stoneball            50      10     12     15     17     20
    Mushroom, Zombie     55      11     13     16     19     22
    
    Boar, Fire           60      12     15     18     21     24
    Hog, Iron            60      12     15     18     21     24
    Eye, Curse           65      13     16     19     22     26
    Croco                75      15     18     22     26     30
    Pepe, Dark           80      16     20     24     28     32
    
    Wraith               80      16     20     24     28     32
    Wraith, Jr.          80      16     20     24     28     32
    Yeti                 80      16     20     24     28     32
    Malady               90      18     22     27     31     36
    Cargo, Wild         100      21     25     30     35     40
    
    Drake               100      21     25     30     35     40
    Lupin               100      21     25     30     35     40
    Lupin, Zombie       100      21     25     30     35     40
    Pang, White         100      21     25     30     35     40
    Pepe                100      21     25     30     35     40
    
    Pixie, Star         100      21     25     30     35     40
    Slime, King*        100      21     25     30     35     40
    Umti                100      21     25     30     35     40
    Yeti, Dark          100      21     25     30     35     40
    Yeti & Pepe         100      21     25     30     35     40
    
    Pixie, Lunar        115      24     28     34     40     46
    Drake, Red          120      35     30     36     42     48
    Gollem, Stone       120      25     30     36     42     48
    Nependeath          120      25     30     36     42     48
    Nependeath, Dark    135      28     33     40     47     54
    
    Drake, Copper       150      31     37     45     52     60
    Gollem, Dark Stone  150      31     37     45     52     60
    Werewolf            150      31     37     45     52     60
    Yeti & Pepe, Dark   150      31     37     45     52     60
    Fierry**            175      36     43     52     61     70
    
    Mushmom             200      42     50     60     70     80
    Pixie, Luster       200      42     50     60     70     80
    Tauromacis          200      42     50     60     70     80
    Taurospear          220      46     55     66     77     88
    Boogie, Jr.         300      63     75     90    105    120
    
    Lycanthrope         300      63     75     90    105    120
    Balrog, Crimson     500     105    125    150    175    200
    Balrog, Jr.         500     105    125    150    175    200
    
    
    *  While figures are given for the various levels of MP Eater, it is
       only actuall possible to affect Slime King with level 1 MP Eater, and even
       then only if you  take that as  your first skill point into a 2nd-job 
       skill right at level 30.  Personally, I think this is a silly thing to do, 
       but it's your character.
    
    ** The Fierry is not covered on www.mapleglobal.com, Maple Story's official
       website.  The data here is based on experimentation by myself, as well
       as a contribution from Pan2005 by way of the website Hidden Street
       (www.u8generation.com/maple/index.php).
    
    
    
    ===========
    4.00 -- FAQ
    ===========
    
    Though I have a question-and-answer style in one of the other sections, that
    was not properly a FAQ.  As of this incarnation of my in-depth FAQ (v.1.70), 
    no users have yet submitted any questions to me.  If you have a question about 
    my in-depth FAQ, please do not hesitate to send an email to:
    
    trntla 'at' mybluelight 'dot' com
    
    with "MP EATER FAQ" in the subject of the email.  Thank You.
    
    
    ====================
    5.00 -- Contributers
    ====================
    
    March 2005 -- Suk Jack: information for sections 1.14 and 1.15 (about what 
        happens when your enemies' Max MP runs out and about using multiple-
        target magic attacks with MP Eater)
    
    March 2005 -- Pan2005: information for the Fierry Max MP, and the Hidden
        Street Website (www.u8generation.com/maple/index.php)
    
    The Max MP of the monsters was taken from www.mapleglobal.com, the official
    website for Maple Story, and also partially from Hidden Street
    (www.u8generation.com/maple/index.php.)  The simple math was done and the 
    information was organized by Eric Turan.  
    
    If you have anything you would like to see added to this in-depth FAQ, please 
    send an email to:
    
    trntla 'at' mybluelight 'dot' com
    
    with "MP EATER CONTRIBUTION" in the subject of the email.  Thank you.
    
    
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