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Chaos (or Renaissance in JMS) is a large update which contains class revamps, Professions, a new area, and a new boss. Like Big Bang, the update comes in 3 patches.

Original

Ever since the arise of the Black Mage, the world has been thrown into greater chaos, thus Maplers must rise to become stronger through three different sequences.

Part 1 : Age of Heroes

  • All classes were revamped.

Part 2 : Age of Artisans

MapleStory Age of Artisans

This patch introduces Professions. Only 2 can be chosen from the following: Herbalism, Mining, Blacksmith, Accessory Crafting, and Alchemy.

Part 3 : Age of Battle

MapleStory Age of Battle
Mob Cygnus

Future Cygnus

This patch introduces a PvP system which players can battle against each other. PvP consists of 3 (or 4 in some versions) modes:

Free-for-all: Defeat as many enemies as you can.
Team Battle: Score more points than the opposing team.
Ice Knight: One player becomes the Ice Knight and others have to defeat him within 7 minutes.
Capture the Flag: Capture the opposing team's flag 3 times.

This update also releases a new set of equipments, a new area, and a new boss, for Maplers over Level 160. However, the boss expedition is only for Maplers over Level 170.

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Part 1 : Monster Familiar

MapleStory Monster Familiar

This first part of the update contains Monster Familiar, a new function enabling Maplers to summon monsters which can help attack other monsters, Soul Weapons, a weapon allowing Maplers to summon Bosses, Gate to the Future, and skill changes.

Part 2 : Way of the Artisans

MapleStory Way of the Artisans

This part introduces Professions which is also featured in Chaos, but with Jewel Making and Blacksmithing merged, and the release of two new, JapanMS exclusive professions: Tamer and Huntsman.

Trivia

  • The patch names for MapleSEA used the fan translation of the Korean names, which are Return of the Heroes, Technological Age and Super Fight.

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Availability of MapleStory: Chaos
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Major Updates
Year
Title
2010

MapleStory Big Bang Big Bang (July) MapleStory Chaos Chaos (December)

2011

MapleStory Jump! Jump! (March) MapleStory Legends Legends (July) MapleStory Advance of the Union Advance of the Union (October) MapleStory Justice Justice (December)

2012

MapleStory Tempest Tempest (July) MapleStory Unlimited Unlimited (December)

Exclusive

MapleStory Mark of Honor Mark of Honor (July)

2013

MapleStory Cygnus Returns Cygnus Returns (January) MapleStory RED RED (July) MapleStory FLY FLY (September) MapleStory You & I You & I (December)

Exclusive

MapleStory Season2 Season 2 (April) MapleStory Spark Spark (July)

2014

MapleStory Star Force Coordinator's Touch: Star Force (July) Maple Ice & Burn Maple Ice & Burn (December)

2015

MapleStory GiSeungJeon12 Giseungjeon12 (February) MapleStory Reboot Reboot (June) MapleStory Heroes of Maple Heroes of Maple (November)

2016

MapleStory V V (June) MapleStory Beyond Beyond (December)

2017

Nova Logo Nova (June)

Mainly based on Korean MapleStory timeline and title

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