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Parties

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This guide will teach you all about Parties in MapleStory M. When you create a party, all party members share EXP, Gold, and items.

Party Guide[edit | edit source]

  • When you and your party members play in the same area, you may see an increase in EXP gained.

How to Create a Party[edit | edit source]

  • Create a party by selecting a player under [Friends] and sending a [Party Invite].
  • Parties can also be created by accessing [Create] or [Join] in the Mini Party Window.
  • A party consists of 2 - 6 players.

Creating a Party from the Mini Quest WIndow[edit | edit source]

Creating a Party from the Friends Menu - From Player 1's POV[edit | edit source]

Creating a Party from the Friends Menu - From Player 2's POV[edit | edit source]

Party Functionality[edit | edit source]

The available functions for a party are [Appoint Party Leader], [Kick from Party], [Invite to Party], and [Party Rest EXP Acquired].

  • Appoint Party Leader
    • This function is only available to the party leader.
    • Select the party list in the [Mini Party Window], go to [Manage Party], and tap [Appoint Party Leader]. You can also go to [Friend], then access the [Party] tab to [Appoint Party Leader].
  • Kick from Party
    • This function is only available to the party leader.
    • Select the party list in the [Mini Party Window], go to [Manage Party], and [Kick from Party]. You can also go to [Friend], then access the [Party] tab to [Kick from Party].

Party Rest EXP[edit | edit source]

  • When you create a party, you can either [Allow] or [Restrict] Party Rest EXP.
  • If your party doesn't go on a hunt for a certain period of time, you cannot earn Party EXP if Party Rest EXP is restricted.

Guides[edit | edit source]

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