Becoming a warrior is one of the most popular choices in MapleStory.
Warriors are a good choice for a player's first character because they are very easy to learn and are very solid characters.
As a MapleStory warrior, you will have very powerful attacks to blast your enemies with the highest amount of HP in the game to stand toe to toe with your foes battling with them. You will learn how to use weapons such as swords, spears, pole arms, axes and even magic depending on which jobs you advance to.
Being a warrior, you will do the most constant in the game and have the highest amount of HP which will allow you to take on any monster or boss while your party deals out DPS.
Although as a Maple Story warrior, you will have the lowest magic levels of every class in the game and you will be very one-dimensional, you will also be spending a lot of mesos on options as you will need them a lot while you are leveling if you want to keep the rest time down.
The Warrior character class is a very unique class in the MapleStory game. Their potential is great when the player knows how to correctly play them.
This is how you can advance as a Warrior character class:
Beginner > warrior > Fighter (with more job advancements)
Beginner > warrior > Page (with more job advancements)
Beginner > warrior > Spearman (with more job advancements)
You need to know from the very start on how to use your Ability Points to make sure that your Warrior character is at his full power inside MapleStory.
The main stat for a Warrior is STR and DEX, you always want to make sure your DEX is 2 times the amount of your level and the rest of your points should be going into STR.
If you are tired of playing with the other Maple Story characters such as a Thief, you may want to have a change of character class and try your hand at being a Warrior!
Our MapleStory Warrior training guide has all the details for training your Warrior character.
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