Topic: In my opinion it's OK but people are really
Some FM shops have an unnatural amount of merchandise (and some with normal amounts) for example 10% blank slate scrolls (stacks of 100) and other elite boss drops Buy Maplestory 2 Mesos ) Though they may have used some unorthodox method to gather these products, what happens to us consumers that purchase some of these maplestory2 items? Are we always risk if we purchase from'anyone'? You will find those apparent"BOSS BOSS BOSS" and odd shop owner names that some remain away from but what happens if they are moved to a more not evident shop/seller?
So say if the'botters' or those people are captured and their maplestory2 items are actually backtracked, what happens to those people who bought these items that had no thought if they had been officially accumulated? Do we get banned because of this with no say? Do we need to submit a ticket that will take weeks (or not even a response) to receive a chance to have a say? I have been prohibited before on a different acc for no reason and it took me 4 months to demonstrate it (more like to even get any response from them (not a hefty nx consumer )).
If GMS is so empty wouldn't it be a fantastic idea to lift the IP ban? I reside in a region prohibited from GMS and from my experience many folks I do celebration quest with are from areas banned from GMS. Problem is we will need to use proxys and other things to have the ability to play, which provides us small lag. In my opinion it's OK but people are really troubled by this and a few doesn't even play the game anymore due to the lag.
Maplestory was great before because there was a big neighborhood, there was always people available to play with and chat. I think when nexon opened GMS to more areas, more players could be backNX would be purchased. Also, I am certain that many north american players would come back to the game if the game got lively.
I meanwe understand MS2 Mesos nexon prohibits the IP therefore nexon could sell maplestory2 mesos the game rights to firms natives to those areas, but from my experience, Maplestory within my state (Brazil) failed miserably simply because there weren't many players around. People will not buy cash unless they think the game is going to continue in the long run.