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Maplestory Evan Guide
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I thought I would give Maplers a glimpse into skills, builds, and a little knowledge on the subject of a lukless Evan!
First off, a Evan is classified as a mage, so you will be using, staffs, wands, robes, and other mage stuff.
This is very important to know if you are thinking of making a lukless Evan. At levels when you will use an Elemental staff or wand, you will run into many problems contributing to the fact that Evans have all or most elements. though if you really want to be lukless you can convert to low or normal luk at, say, level 60 which makes earlier levels easier.
Unlike traditional Maplestory classes, the Evan does not follow to job sequence of ,10-30-70-120, and instead follows this path.
10-20-30-40-50-70-80-100-120-160. To see in further detail, scroll down.
Evans have the ability to use, fire, ice, lightning, dark, light, and earth attacks, but can only attack in the direction you are facing which I don't see as much of a problem unless it will really slow you down. Damage seems to be pretty good and you can train on ice and fire based monsters such as Ice Lighting and Fire Poison mages do.
Now onto skills.
1ST DRAGON MASTERY:
Dragon Soul: The Soul of the Dragon is strengthened to improve magic attacks. Magic
Missile: Uses MP to attack a monster twice.
2ND DRAGON MASTERY:
Fire Circle: Uses MP to attack a big amount of Monsters using Fire Elements.
Teleport: Press different arrow keys to move to different parts of the map.
3RD DRAGON MASTERY:
Lightning Bolt: Create a Lightning Bolt that causes damage.
Magic Guard: For a period of time, MP will be damaged instead of HP when hit. If the MP bar reaches zero, then your HP will be damaged.
4TH DRAGON MASTERY:
Ice Breath: Charge for a period of time to create a Ice breath, damaging up to 6 monsters. The longer the charge, the stronger the damage.
Elemental Reset: For a duration of time, resets the element of spells to neutral.
5TH DRAGON MASTERY:
Magic Flare: Light created from a magic square will surround an enemy and attack it.
Magic Shield: Create a magic shield that absorbs damage
6TH DRAGON MASTERY:
Critical Magic: At a certain probability, critical damage is inflicted for magic attacks.
Dragon Thrust: Knockback 6 enemies with certain success rate.
Magic Booster: Use MP to improve the speed of your magic attacks.
Slow: Enable your attacks to slow enemies for x seconds, enemies who are affected would be slowed for z seconds (x/z= seconds)
7TH DRAGON MASTERY:
Magic Amplification: Increases magic attack using MP.
Dragon Breath: Bring flames together to form a massive attack. The longer the time of charge, the higher the damage. Attack 6 enemies.
Killing Wing: Place a mark on a monster, all future attacks are aimed at that monster.
Magic Resistance: Casts a buff on all party members to reduce the damage from magic attacks.
8TH DRAGON MASTERY:
Earthquake: Smash your body into the earth to attack multiple monsters (Fire elmental).
Ghost Lettering: Curse a monster using ghostly letters. For a certain amount of time after the monster is cursed, it takes more damage.
Aurora Recovery: All party members in the area receive MP Recovery.
9TH DRAGON MASTERY:
Illusion: Creates 4 illusions, each illusion attacks the same monster once.
Awakening: Uses MP to stop from certain status ailments. The higher level of this skill, the more ailments you can recover from.
Maple Hero: Boosts some stats.
Flame Wheel: Cast a wheel shaped firewall to attack up to six monsters in front of you(fire element)
10TH/FINAL DRAGON MASTERY:
Onix's Blessing: Increase your magic defense, magic attack, and weapon defense.
Blaze: Attacks a single enemy with a ball of fire which can jump to nearby enemies.
Soul Stone: A buff is cast randomly on one or two party members, if they die and the skill is still in effect, they resurrect instantly.
Dark Fog: Unleash the cold darkness of the fog on up to 15 monsters (dark element).
Things you should know before you begin reading the actual guide.
It is important to know that you can gain skill points from many quests to help you MAX skills that you would not normally be able to max, special to the Evan class.
Also, when you level your Evan you get Maple Points from what I have heard, so if you didn't get to max a skill you wanted to max, you can buy a Magic Guard mastery book from the cash shop with the maple points you earned, then use the unused skill points not put into Magic Guard to MAX other skills.
Every other class gets 3 skill points a level, that is unless you get a job advancement in which you get one skill point extra. Whereas Evans get skill points from the point his dragon hatches to level 20, which is the level you get your next set of skills and a dragon growth. When the Mir upgrades, you get 3 skill points for your first set of skills and three for your next set. VERY HELPFUL!
A corected version.
This may vary depending on what level you get your quest skill points. For first dragon mastery =30 skill points, 40 with all the skill point quests completed.
9-10: +3 to Magic Missile.
10-15: +3 to Magic Missile
15-16: +2 Magic Missile MAX +1 Dragon Soul.
16-20: +3 Dragon Soul= 13/20 but If you did all the quests in which you are required to do anyways you get Dragon Soul MAXed.
Dragon Soul=MAX Magic Missile=Max.
Second dragon mastery =30 skill points:
20-29: +1 Teleport +2 Fire Circle.
10/20 Teleport, Fire Circle=MAX. This is where you would say, use your skill points from buying a Magic Guard Mastery book on Teleport.
With quest skill points, which I do not know if you get many, you may be able to max or raise to a higher level these next skills.
Third dragon mastery: =30 skill points:
This is a hard one because Magic Guard is really important.
30-39: +1 Magic guard +2 Lightning bolt, or reverse.
Magic Guard=10/20 Lightning Bolt=MAX, or reverse.
Forth dragon mastery: =33 skill points. Skill mastery varies depending on where you use your quest skill points.
40-46: +3 Ice Breath.
46-47: +2 Ice Breath (MAX) +1 Elemental Reset.
47-50: +3 Elemental Reset=13.
To continue any further would be pushing my knowledge (so far) to the limit, in other words, TO SOON BE CONTINUED.
NOW THAT YOU HAVE A HEAD START AND A GLIMPS OF THE EVAN CLASS, I ENJOY, YOU ENJOYING MY GUIDE!!!
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Unfunded Beginner Training.
1-20: Evan Quests.
20-25: Ant tunnel Mini Dungeon.
25-30: Dusty Station PQ.
30-35: Mushroom Kingdom Quests/ CPQ/ Evan Quests.
40-50: Nett's PQ/ CPQ/ Evan Quests.
50-53: Lmpq/ CPQ2 TWs.
53-60:CPQ2/MP3/Best training you can find. There is a lot to train on but it's your opinion on what best suits you.
This may vary on your opinion of a quick way to level.