New Maplestory Reboot Leveling guide 2022

New Maplestory Reboot Leveling guide 2020
Written by Wayka Mido

If you are a lover of this classic MMORPG, and you are looking for a Maplestory Reboot Leveling guide or training guide, then you have come to the right place.

I have put together this well structured Maplestory Reboot leveling guide which if you follow, you should easily level up in no time. Without further ado, let’s get to it.

Maplestory Reboot Leveling nowadays is certainly much easier especially if you are on reboot. Of course, I will start from level ten onwards as the first ten will require you to get through starter quest lines (tutorials).

You will then go through your first job advancements. This will be so much easier if you have a Hyper Teleport Rock, so you might want to use some cash and get one.

The reason it is much easier in the reboot server is that Nexon has removed most pay to win elements of the game, making it less easy to level up. However, monsters in the reboot server have a higher XP thus causing 5% damage loss per level. Now I will get straight to the Maplestory Reboot leveling guide giving you a general overview of the best training spots.

Maplestory Reboot Leveling guide

1-10  Tutorials/ Starter Quest lines

Level 10-25: Golem’s Temple (Mixed flaming Golems)

Level 25-30: Curse Eye ( Ellinia)

Level 30-40: Violet Clam Slime 

Level 40-50: Seashell Octopus Slime 

Level 30-50: Savage Terminal 

Level 50-60: Wild Boars 

Level 55-65: Skeledogs  

Level 60-75: Drakes 

Level 65-80: Celions 

Level 75-85: White Fangs 

Level 85-100: Sahel 2 or Dwarfs 

Level 90-100: Lab Area C-2


Level 95-105: Blood Harpies 

Level 100-110: Dark Kentaurus 

Level 110-130: Dual Ghost Pirates  

Level 130-140: Cerebes & Bain 

Level 135-145: Dark Wyverns 

Level 145-165: Kerning Tower Floor 2 Map 4 

Level 160-170: Kerning Tower Floor 5 Map 4 

Level 170-200: Omega Sector UFO H03 

Level 100-108: Rashes/Dark Rashes 

Level 108-125: Robos 

Level 125-140: Moon Bunnies 

Level 130-150: Goblin House

Level 145-165: Kerning Tower Floor 5 Map 1 

Level 150-165: Stone Colossus (Mantis & Blood Mantis) 

Level 160-190: Showa Town Armory 

Level 160-170: Road to Oblivion 4 

Level 165-180: Knight District 2 

Level 170-185: Omega Sector UFO 202 

Level 175-190: Knight’s Chamber 5 

Level 180-190: Swollen Stumps (Desolate Hills)

Level 185-200: Forsaken Excavation Site 2,3, & 4 

Level 200-210: Scrapyard Hill 5 

Level 200-220 (210-220 Reboot): Black Heaven Deck 

Level 200-220 (210-220 Reboot): The level being Top of the World Tree


Level 200-205: Raging Erda or Sad Erd 

Level 200-207: Blazing Erda or Soulful Erda

Level 200-210: Tranquil Erda 

Level 200-210: Arma’s Followers 

Level 200-210: Soulful Erda 

Level 210-220: Bitty Bobble Forest 

Level 210-225: Slurpy Forest Depths  

Level 210-225: Torrent 3 

Level 215-225: Whale Mountain 

Level 220-230: Chicken Festival 2 & 3 

Level 220-230: Revelations 3 

Level 220-230: Occupied Dance Floor 1 

Level 222-230: Clocktower 

Level 225-240: Frost & Thunder Cloud Spiri

Level 225-255: Arcana Cave

Level 230-255: Shadowdance hall 

Level 230-255: That Day in Trueffet 

Level 235-260: Mirror Touched Sea 

Level 235-260: Temple of Light 

Level 245-265: Boundaries of Thought 2 

Level 245-265: Wave of Emptiness 

Level 250-270: Labyrinth of Suffering 

Level 255-275: Limina 

Questing (Level 30-200):

Level 30-40: Ellinel Fairy Academy 

Level 35-50: Gold Beach 

Level 50-60: Riena Strait 

Level 60-70: Mushroom Castle 

Level 75-90: The Afterlands 

Level 95-110: Ellin Forest 

Level 100-115: Grand Athenaeum 

Level 115-125: Lion King’s Castle 

Level 120-125: Fantasy Theme World 

Level 130-140: Golden Temple – 

Level 130-140: Crimsonheart Castle (Required to face Gollux) 

Level 145-155: Kerning Tower 

Level 150-165: Stone Colossus 

Level 165-180: Omega Sector (Required to face Caoong/Omni-Cln) 

Level 175-190: Rave’s Case Journal 

Level 185-200: Fox Valley


You can fight bosses here to gain good experience, that is once you are able to reach this level


Level 100+: Normal Zakum (Find and Use a rune before you Queue) –

Level 105+: Monster Park REBORN (Daily Entry limit of 2 PER WORLD. The game allows a player to purchase tickets with reward points from the cash shop. A player is limited to twenty tickets a month) 

Level 130+: Normal Hilla 

Level 140+: Gollux (Mobs give decent experience upon killing as well as easy mode having very low health) 

Level 160+: Normal Horntail –

Level 160+: Chaos Horntail (Shares daily entry limit with Normal Horntail, Decent Funding Required, newcomers will not be able to face this boss) – 

Level 180+: Madman Ranmaru (Decent Funding Required, newcomers will not be able to face this boss) 

Level 180+: Pink Bean (Can take moderate funding to kill, but will consume A LOT of time) – 

Level 70-200: World PQ 


Now that you have an easy guide to follow, let’s look at some of the frequently asked questions about Maplestory.

These are some of the frequently asked questions about Maplestory

Does Maplestory have reboot?

Yes, Maplestory does have a reboot server where Nexon has removed most pay to win elements in the game. This certainly makes leveling easier, but it takes a lot of time as well. Basically, you will have to grind hard to farm for Mesos instead of paying for things like in the normals server. Players in non-reboot are however awarded more in the points shop with items such as additional inventory slots, exp coupons, pet food and even more.

Is Maplestory reboot better than Non-reboot?

Well, it depends, some people prefer the reboot version, others prefer the normal servers. In normal servers, you have to pay money rather than spending hours farming for Mesos. Some will argue that it is far easier farming for Mesos especially if you have pets. So if you have money to spend, you can go for the normal servers which take less time to progress. If you do not have extra cash and have time on your hands to farm for Mesos, then you should probably go for the reboot server.

Why is the Maplestory reboot popular?

I guess this is pretty much straight forward, it’s not costly. Players can farm for Mesos which people will find much more convenient than shaving to actually pay for it. The only thing that you will need is the time because it requires a lot of grinding. 

Is MapleStory reboot worth playing?

Of course, the game is still worth playing, especially if you are still fond of this classic. As I said earlier, it doesn’t require you to spend so long as you put in time and effort to farm for Mesos.

Is Maplestory 2 better than Maplestory?

Well, the game is certainly different from the original. The developers changed it from a side-scrolling game with pixel graphics and embraced the modern block-like look which is more popular with sandbox games today. The game involves less grinding than the original and focuses more on the story quests which are mandatory for your player to level up.

Why did MapleStory 2 die?

Unfortunately, the game servers for this sequel of the original classic were shut down for good on May 27, 2020. The reason for the shutdown is that the game did not live up to its expectations, and that came as bad news to die-hard lovers of this game. However, the original game is still online which is good.

Is Maplestory still popular in Korea?

As of 2018, Maplestory was the 4th most played in Korea, so yes it is still popular. We have to certainly hand it to the developers for keeping the game alive for that long. Of course, they have to constantly update the game, adding patches and events.

What is the best class in MapleStory? 

There are basically five roles in Maplestory : Warrior, Mage, Thief, Archer, and Pirate.The best classes in each role are: Blaster for the Warrior role, Kinesis for the Mage class, Nightwalker for the Thief role, Pathfinder for the Archer role and Angelic Buster for the Pirate role.

Is Maplestory M worth playing?

Whether you still enjoy playing the game or doing it purely out of nostalgia, Maplestory is definitely worth playing. It is a game that can keep you busy and emotionally invested for a couple of hours at least. Ultimately, whether the game is worth playing is entirely up to you. This being said there are quite a number of people that still play it to date and its community never seems to die.

The takeaway

Well, folks that was a brief summary of the Maplestory Reboot Leveling Guide. You can also check out this Maplestory Skills guide or this Maplestory cubing guide for additional info. Happy grinding gamers.

About the author

Wayka Mido

A Part Time gamer since the old time of chess, a full timer writer at like to write about gaming news, tips and tricks.