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      Prologue

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      800 years ago, Alicia, the Transcendent of Life of Maple World, created the Tower of Oz with the help of the Winter Bard, Ryude. With his help, Alicia was able to protect many stupid monster lives from the Black Mage!

      However, the Tower of Oz's guardians, whom Alicia created and modeled after her favorite childhood story, grew too powerful for her to control, and are now running omok. You must stop Dorothy and the guardians to regain control of the Tower of Oz!

      Unforunately, the Tower of Oz's defense system, which only allows those that have the intelligence of a simple monster to enter, blocks your way! Thankfully, Alicia has Stupid Pills on hand (who doesn't?) which can reduce your intelligence level to that of a mere monster, paving the way for a grand expedition!

      The Tower of Oz is a 50 floor dungeon consisting of a wide variety of challenges. You can answer Alicia's Soul's call to the Tower of Oz through the quest [Tower of Oz] Tower Under the Sea in the quest lightbulb at Level 140 and above. You can return to the Tower of Oz through the Dimensional Mirror.

      In other regions, the Tower of Oz may be referred to as The SEED. This guide was written based on information from the current version of the Tower of Oz in the Global MapleStory service (GMS).



      Requirements, Limitations
      • You must be Level 140 or above to enter the Tower of Oz.
      • You don't really need much damage (200k will do you fine) until you reach Floor 47.
      • You can do Oz with a group, but whether you can interact or team up with others or not is based on the floor you're on.
      • The Stupid Timer (how long you can stay in the Tower) has a base time of 10 minutes and can be expanded up to 1 hour and 30 minutes by adding Stupid Pills.
      • You can only go through 200 total floors a day. (And if you enter Floor 01 with any amount of floors remaining that day, even having just 1 floor left, you can just continue that run all the way through. It won't stop you mid-run or anything.)
      • Logging out on any stage that is not a rest stage will end your run, returning you to the Lobby.
      • There are potion cooldowns on every floor that's not Floor 03, the Lobby, or a rest floor.



      Witch Shop

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      In the Lobby, Glinda sells a wide variety of items in exchange for Oz Points, which you get from Oz Pouches and from clearing every floor.

      General Items
      Icon Item Cost Highest Floor Cleared
      [​IMG] Alicia's Damage Skin 300,000 Oz Points Floor 30
      [​IMG] Basic Damage Skin 5,000 Oz Points Floor 05
      [​IMG] Shovel Snow Manual 210,000 Oz Points Floor 25
      [​IMG] High-Five Comic Chair 150,000 Oz Points Floor 20
      [​IMG] Broken Box Piece 20,000 Oz Points -
      [​IMG] Tower of Oz Question Ring Box 1,000 Oz Points -
      [​IMG] Spell Trace (100) 1,500 Oz Points -
      [​IMG] Reindeer Milk 100 Oz Points -
      [​IMG] Sunrise Dew 160 Oz Points -
      [​IMG] All Cure Potion 160 Oz Points -
      [​IMG] Tower of Oz Practice Ticket 10 Oz Points -

      [​IMG] Tower of Oz Practice Ticket Costs
      Floor Cost
      Floor 02 8 Oz Points
      Floor 03 18 Oz Points
      Floor 04 32 Oz Points
      Floor 06 72 Oz Points
      Floor 07 98 Oz Points
      Floor 08 128 Oz Points
      Floor 09 162 Oz Points
      Floor 11 242 Oz Points
      Floor 12 288 Oz Points
      Floor 13 338 Oz Points
      Floor 14 392 Oz Points
      Floor 16 512 Oz Points
      Floor 17 578 Oz Points
      Floor 18 648 Oz Points
      Floor 19 722 Oz Points
      Floor 21 882 Oz Points
      Floor 22 968 Oz Points
      Floor 23 1,058 Oz Points
      Floor 24 1,152 Oz Points
      Floor 27 1,458 Oz Points
      Floor 28 1,568 Oz Points
      Floor 31 1,922 Oz Points
      Floor 32 2,048 Oz Points
      Floor 33 2,178 Oz Points
      Floor 36 2,592 Oz Points
      Floor 37 2,738 Oz Points
      Floor 38 2,888 Oz Points
      Floor 39 3,042 Oz Points

      Stupid Pills
      Icon Item Cost Extension Oz Points Per Minute
      [​IMG] Prescription Really Not Very Stupid At All Pill 30 Oz Points 2 minutes 15 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Prescription Less Stupid Pill 90 Oz Points 5 minutes 18 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Prescription Kinda Stupid Pill 150 Oz Points 8 minutes 18.75 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Prescription Pretty Stupid Pill 300 Oz Points 13 minutes 23.07 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Prescription Pants-On Head Stupid Pill 600 Oz Points 16 minutes 37.5 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Generic Really Not Very Stupid At All Pill 60 Oz Points 2 minutes 30 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Generic Less Stupid Pill 180 Oz Points 4 minutes 45 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Generic Kinda Stupid Pill 300 Oz Points 6 minutes 50 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Generic Pretty Stupid Pill 600 Oz Points 8 minutes 75 Oz Points
      [​IMG] Generic Pants-On Head Stupid Pill 1,200 Oz Points 10 minutes 120 Oz Points

      Last column is a calculation of the Stupid Pill's cost divided by minutes. Lower is better.

      What Stupid Pills to Buy?
      Prescription Stupid Pills cannot be traded, but Generic Stupid Pills can be traded to other players! But Generics cost twice as much (ironic...) and give less Stupid Time than Prescription Stupid Pills.

      The best Stupid Pill to purchase if you're trying to farm Oz Points is the [​IMG] Prescription Pretty Stupid Pill (300 Oz Points), but the [​IMG] Prescription Pants-On Head Stupid Pill will last you the longest, and is the one first-timers should be using to clear the Tower. Once you're more confident and better at Oz, you can easily clear with [​IMG] Prescription Pretty Stupid Pill x 4 or 5.

      There are "better value" Stupid Pills than the above, but the Stupid Timer extension they give is just not enough.

      Stupid Pill Expansion
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      Talk to Alicia's Soul in the Lobby to expand your Stupid Pill slots. These costs may seem like a lot, but once you get going deep down inside the Tower, it gets much easier to stock up on Oz Points. The first slot is automatically unlocked for you upon completing the tutorial.
      Slot Cost Highest Floor Cleared
      1 - -
      2 8,000 Oz Points Floor 10
      3 28,000 Oz Points Floor 20
      4 55,000 Oz Points Floor 30
      5 80,000 Oz Points Floor 40




      General Tips
      • The [​IMG] Clever Lady Hotline is given to you upon completion of the tutorial. You may use it to return to the Lobby at any point in your run. If you lose it, you can speak to Alicia's Soul in the Lobby to get another one. Using it on Floor 23 and Floor 33 will also allow you to be brought back up and reset the stage respectively.
      • The [​IMG] Tower of Oz Practice Ticket lets you enter any floor for practice with an exception of a few floors, and anything past Floor 39. This will put you in the actual live floor that you choose, allowing you to help friends out if they need assistance in their real run or if you just need some practice. It's also good for setting floors up, such as Floor 21. Any currently equipped Stupid Pill will be used when you go to a floor with a Practice Ticket, and Finley will not spawn.
      • Have a pet so you can loot drops efficiently. Even free Blackheart pets from Hard Hilla are better than nothing.
      • It is highly recommended that you grab a video recorder such as OBS Studio to record your run if you can reach Floor 43. It's much easier to just record your run and document on rest floors from your videos, rather than jotting down answers to Floor 43 questions on the fly.
      • On certain floors, Finley will spawn after a certain amount of time and will proceed to kill you if you stay too long on the floor - I've marked the floors with a Finley icon on the floors which he spawns in, as well as how long until he appears. Thieves, you can avoid him with Dark Sight if needed.
      • If the next floor is a solo-only floor, attempting to enter the portal while in a party to the next floor after you cleared it will pause the Stupid Timer. You can use this to catch your breath, wait for friends, or buff up. Throughout the guide I've marked the floors with an icon and in the tips where you can do this trick on. However, Finley will still spawn if he does appear on that floor. Unlike staying in a tutorial, don't use this as a way to take an extended break if Finley spawns on that floor.
      • Staying in a tutorial will not consume your Stupid Timer. Use this to let skills cooldown, to take a break, or to wait for your party members. Finley will also not spawn during a tutorial.
      • You should cube for invincibility on a top or an overall - you can get 100% chance to tier equips from Root Abyss boxes. Aim for 2-3 seconds of additional invincibility. It's highly recommended to get one, as it will help immensely on Floor 48.



      Rewards

      Oz Points
      You will receive Oz Points and EXP after clearing each floor:
      Floor Oz Points Rewarded (Level 0/1/2/3/4 Tower Boost Ring) EXP Rewarded
      Floor 01 4 Oz Points 33,474 EXP
      Floor 02 12 Oz Points 83,687 EXP
      Floor 03 14 Oz Points 83,687 EXP
      Floor 04 16 Oz Points 127,118 EXP
      Floor 06 24 Oz Points 143,248 EXP
      Floor 07 29/36/43/50/58 Oz Points 143,248 EXP
      Floor 08 35 Oz Points 192,090 EXP
      Floor 09 46/57/69/80/92 Oz Points 192,090 EXP
      Floor 10 75/93/112/131/150 Oz Points 413,928 EXP
      Floor 11 58 Oz Points 413,928 EXP
      Floor 12 73 Oz Points 571,006 EXP
      Floor 13 77/96/115/134/154 Oz Points 571,006 EXP
      Floor 14 96 Oz Points 571,006 EXP
      Floor 16 112 Oz Points 640,872 EXP
      Floor 17 137 Oz Points 839,876 EXP
      Floor 18 139/173/208/243/278 Oz Points 839,876 EXP
      Floor 19 169/211/253/295/338 Oz Points 903,628 EXP
      Floor 20 255/318/382/446/510 Oz Points 1,355,442 EXP
      Floor 21 186 Oz Points 1,656,447 EXP
      Floor 22 223 Oz Points 1,656,447 EXP
      Floor 23 243 Oz Points 1,656,447 EXP
      Floor 24 264 Oz Points 1,830,930 EXP
      Floor 26 280 Oz Points 2,395,173 EXP
      Floor 27 331 Oz Points 2,395,173 EXP
      Floor 28 323/403/484/565/646 Oz Points 2,622,873 EXP
      Floor 29 380/475/570/665/760 Oz Points 2,622,873 EXP
      Floor 30 555/693/832/971/1,110 Oz Points 4,667,404 EXP
      Floor 31 394 Oz Points 4,667,404 EXP
      Floor 32 419/523/628/733/838 Oz Points 5,909,948 EXP
      Floor 33 489/611/733/855/978 Oz Points 5,909,948 EXP
      Floor 34 472 Oz Points 5,909,948 EXP
      Floor 36 580 Oz Points 7,038,672 EXP
      Floor 37 557 Oz Points 7,983,508 EXP
      Floor 38 587/733/880/1,027/1,174 Oz Points 7,983,508 EXP
      Floor 39 679 Oz Points 10,080,948 EXP
      Floor 40 975/1,218/1,462/1,706/1,950 Oz Points 12,601,185 EXP
      Floor 41 750 Oz Points 13,096,065 EXP
      Floor 42 715 Oz Points 13,096,065 EXP
      Floor 43 749 Oz Points 13,096,065 EXP
      Floor 44 862 Oz Points 13,562,465 EXP
      Floor 46 856 Oz Points 13,562,465 EXP
      Floor 47 982/1,227/1,473/1,718/1,964 Oz Points 13,562,465 EXP
      Floor 48 1,024/1,280/1,536/1,792/2,048 Oz Points 13,562,465 EXP
      Floor 49 1,067/1,333/1,600/1,867/2,134 Oz Points 13,562,465 EXP
      Floor 50 2,020/2,525/3,030/3,535/4,040 Oz Points 16,272,958 EXP
      Total Oz Points and EXP from a Floor 1-50 clear: 18,333/20,727/23,132/25,535/28,919 Oz Points and 221,081,524 EXP.

      Alicia's Ring Box
      You will receive a certain rank of Alicia's Ring Box after ending your run, based on the floor last cleared:
      Icon Rank Last Floor Cleared Skill Rings From Box?
      [​IMG] 10 Floor 01 - Floor 05 No
      [​IMG] 9 Floor 06 - Floor 10 No
      [​IMG] 8 Floor 11 - Floor 15 No
      [​IMG] 7 Floor 16 - Floor 20 Yes
      [​IMG] 6 Floor 21 - Floor 25 Yes
      [​IMG] 5 Floor 26 - Floor 30 Yes
      [​IMG] 4 Floor 31 - Floor 35 Yes
      [​IMG] 3 Floor 36 - Floor 40 Yes
      [​IMG] 2 Floor 41 - Floor 45 Yes
      [​IMG] 1 Floor 46 - Floor 50 Yes

      Possible Rewards From Boxes
      • [​IMG] Skill Rings
      • [​IMG] Ryude's Sword
      • [​IMG] Ocean Glow Earrings
      • [​IMG] Lightseeker Bow
      • [​IMG] Master Craftsman's Cube
      • [​IMG] Meister's Cube
      • [​IMG] Protection Scroll
      • [​IMG] Clean Slate Scroll 10%
      • [​IMG] Broken Box Pieces (use 10 to make a [​IMG] Hidden Ring Box, which, despite what the item description claims, can reward up to level 4 skill rings!)
      • [​IMG] Oz Pouches
      • [​IMG] Spell Trace



      Tower of Oz Skill Rings

      Tower of Oz skill rings can be obtained by forming a [​IMG] Hidden Ring Box with [​IMG] Broken Box Pieces or by opening a Rank 7 or higher [​IMG] Alicia's Ring Box. When you obtain a skill ring, they are given as randomly as levels 1 through 4, and there's no way to upgrade or otherwise change their levels; what you get is what you get. They also cannot be traded after being equipped, and Platinum Scissors of Karma do not work on them. Equip them, and they'll stay on that character forever.

      Skill ring buffs disappear immediately if you unequip the skill ring while its buff is still active. However, the skill cooldown does still decrease while the skill ring is not equipped, so for content such as Mu Lung Dojo, you can burst with your skill ring, then unequip it and wait until it's off cooldown, and promptly re-equip it. Also, you cannot equip more than one skill ring at a time.

      All Skill Rings Base Stats
      Level 110
      Untradeable
      STR: +4
      DEX: +4
      INT: +4
      LUK: +4
      Attack Power: +4
      Magic Attack: +4
      Cannot equip multiple Tower of Oz skill rings at the same time

      The below stats are listed for Level 1/2/3/4.

      Active Skill Rings
      HP Cost for activating Active Skill Rings: 1200/1000/800/600 HP
      Skill Delay to activate an Active Skill Ring: 30 ms

      [​IMG] Ring of Restraint: creates a zone (much like Kanna's Spirit Domain) that increases Attack Power and Magic Attack by +25%/50%/75%/100% for 9/11/13/15 seconds while inside of it. If you move outside the zone for too long or unequip the ring, the zone will disappear. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Ultimatum Ring: sets your damage range to 2,000,000 for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Limit Ring: +4%/6%/8%/10% Boss Damage for 9/11/13/15 seconds at the cost of setting your Max MP to 500. You cannot use this skill as a class that does not use MP (e.g. Demon Slayer). Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Health Cut Ring: HP cost: 70%. Gives +4%/6%/8%/10% Boss Damage for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Mana Cut Ring: MP cost: 70%. +4%/6%/8%/10% Ignore Defense for 9/11/13/15 seconds. You cannot use this skill as a class that does not use MP (e.g. Demon Slayer). Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Durability Ring: +100% HP for 12/18/24/30 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Critical Damage Ring: +7%/14%/21%/28% Critical Damage for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Critical Defense Ring: Adds 25%/50%/75%/100% of Critical Rate as Ignore Defense for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Critical Shift Ring: Sets 9%/9%/10%/10% of your main stat as Critical Rate for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The amount set only accounts for the amount of AP you have directly invested (e.g. 1300+25000 main stat in your stat window would be converted to 1300 -> 130% Critical Rate at level 4). Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Stance Shift Ring: Sets 9%/9%/10%/10% of your main stat as Knockback Resistance for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The amount set only accounts for the amount of AP you have directly invested (e.g. 1300+25000 main stat in your stat window would be converted to 1300 -> 130% Knockback Resistance at level 4). Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Totalling Ring: Takes 1%/1%/2%/2% of your total stats and adds that amount into your main stat for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting main stat increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Level Jump S Ring: Adds 90%/160%/230%/300% of your level to STR for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting STR increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Level Jump D Ring: Adds 90%/160%/230%/300% of your level to DEX for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting DEX increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Level Jump I Ring: Adds 90%/160%/230%/300% of your level to INT for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting INT increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Level Jump L Ring: Adds 90%/160%/230%/300% of your level to LUK for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting LUK increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Weapon Jump S Ring: Adds 100%/200%/300%/400% of your weapon’s total Attack Power or Magic Attack (defaults to whichever is higher, and is affected by scrolling, Star Force, and Flames) to STR for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting STR increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Weapon Jump D Ring: Adds 100%/200%/300%/400% of your weapon’s total Attack Power or Magic Attack (defaults to whichever is higher, and is affected by scrolling, Star Force, and Flames) to DEX for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting DEX increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Weapon Jump I Ring: Adds 100%/200%/300%/400% of your weapon’s total Attack Power or Magic Attack (defaults to whichever is higher, and is affected by scrolling, Star Force, and Flames) to INT for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting INT increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Weapon Jump L Ring: Adds 100%/200%/300%/400% of your weapon’s total Attack Power or Magic Attack (defaults to whichever is higher, and is affected by scrolling, Star Force, and Flames) to LUK for 9/11/13/15 seconds. The resulting LUK increase is affected by %stat increases. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Swift Ring: Attack Speed +2 for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Breaks soft speed cap. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Overdrive Ring: Ignore a boss's Attack Reflection and Attack Ignore buffs for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Berserker Ring: Reduces Defense by 50% and gives +20%/30%/40%/50% defense ignore for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Reflective Ring: Reflects 600%/900%/1200%/1500% of the damage you take from monsters for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Cleansing Ring: Removes all Abnormal Status Effects at an 85%/90%/95%/100% chance. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Risk Taker Ring: +20%/30%/40%/50% Attack Power and Magic Attack for 12/18/24/30 seconds. The Risk Taker buff immediately disappears upon being hit. Cooldown: 180 sec.

      Passive Skill Rings
      [​IMG] Crisis H Ring: If your HP falls below 5%/10%/15%/20%, +4%/6%/8%/10% Defense for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Crisis M Ring: If your MP falls below 5%/10%/15%/20%, +4%/6%/8%/10% Defense for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Crisis HM Ring: If your HP and MP both fall below 5%, +25%/50%/75%/100% Attack Power and Magic Attack for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Clean Stance Ring: After recovering from an Abnormal Status Effect, +10%/20%/30%/40% Knockback Resistance for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Clean Defense Ring: After recovering from an Abnormal Status Effect, +10/20/30/40 Abnormal Status Resistance for 9/11/13/15 seconds. Cooldown: 180 sec.
      [​IMG] Tower Boost Ring: If you clear a floor that has its own additional dungeon time-limit (see the Oz Points table in Rewards), gain +25%/50%/75%/100% more Oz Points from clearing that floor.

      The Best Skill Rings?
      Generally speaking, the [​IMG] Ring of Restraint and the [​IMG] Weapon Jump rings are the best of the bunch.

      The [​IMG] Weapon Jump rings are probably the best due to having no drawbacks. At maximum level, it'll take your weapon's Attack Power or Magic Attack and multiply it by 4 and add it to stat, and is affected by potential. So if you had a 700 Attack Power weapon, you'd get +2,800 stat, which is a massive stat boost as it's affected by potential %stat increases and flames. Classes that use Claws may not want to use this though, as Claws innately have low Attack Power.

      However, the [​IMG] Ring of Restraint is quite as well powerful (+100% Attack Power / Magic ATT at level 4!) - overall likely more powerful than Weapon Jump can be in terms of raw power. It does have the drawback of being restrained to the zone it creates, though.

      [​IMG] The Risk Taker Ring can be great for classes with 30 second invincibility frames - such as the Heroes classes and Paladin.

      The [​IMG] Durability Ring is fantastic if you're a Demon Avenger, of course - it doubles your HP and lasts for 30 seconds unlike most Oz Rings!



      Boss Drops

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      Bosses in the Tower of Oz can drop Oz Pouches, Spell Traces, Golden Hammer 50%, Clean Slate Scroll 5% and 10%, Chaos Scroll 60%, and Alicia's Ring Boxes.

      Scarecrow can drop the Aquarius Crown, a 22 slot hat equip. It's a great equip to prime and transpose to a Sweetwater Hat.

      Dorothy can drop Dorothy's Damage Skin and Alicia's Mutated Staff.



      Honor

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      You'll receive a number of Tower of Oz Medal of Honor items based on the last floor you reached at the end of your run that give 100 Honor EXP each.



      Medals

      [​IMG] Tourist of Oz - reach Floor 05
      MaxHP: +50
      MaxMP: +50

      [​IMG] Webmaster - clear Floor 10
      MaxHP: +100
      MaxMP: +100

      [​IMG] Camper of Oz - reach Floor 15
      MaxHP: +150
      MaxMP: +150

      [​IMG] Have A Heart - clear Floor 20
      MaxHP: +200
      MaxMP: +200

      [​IMG] Traveler of Oz - reach Floor 25
      MaxHP: +300
      MaxMP: +300

      [​IMG] Courageous - clear Floor 30
      MaxHP: +300
      MaxMP: +300
      Defense: +50

      [​IMG] Expert of Oz - reach Floor 35
      MaxHP: +300
      MaxMP: +300
      Defense: +100

      [​IMG] Brainy - clear Floor 40
      STR: +1
      DEX: +1
      INT: +1
      LUK: +1
      MaxHP: +300
      MaxMP: +300

      [​IMG] Master of Oz - reach Floor 45
      STR: +2
      DEX: +2
      INT: +2
      LUK: +2
      MaxHP: +300
      MaxMP: +300
      Defense: +100

      [​IMG] No Place Like Home - clear Floor 50
      STR: +10
      DEX: +10
      INT: +10
      LUK: +10
      MaxHP: +300
      MaxMP: +300
      Attack Power: +10
      Magic Attack: +10
      Defense: +100



      Achievements

      Points-related
      These achievements here count off of how many lifetime Oz Points you've gotten, not how many you currently have in stock.

      [​IMG] Undersea Rewards - get a total of 10,000 Oz Points

      [​IMG] Undersea Bonanza - get a total of 100,000 Oz Points

      [​IMG] You obtained 1 million Points - get a total of 1,000,000 Oz Points

      Floor-related
      [​IMG] I won't go below this - clear 200 floors in a single day

      [​IMG] No Big Deal, Just a Giant Spider - clear Floor 10

      [​IMG] You Cowards! - clear Floor 20

      [​IMG] Fear is Near! - clear Floor 30

      [​IMG] Burn, Baby, Burn! - clear Floor 40

      [​IMG] I'm Oz-some - clear Floor 50

      [​IMG] Master of the Tower - collect all Tower of Oz medals

      [​IMG] Slimes, Murus, and Beryl, oh my! - defeat Dorothy 5 times

      [​IMG] I will find you and... - defeat Dorothy 10 times



      Emblems

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      Based on your ranking, you will be awarded a Tower of Oz emblem weekly on Monday at midnight UTC. They expire after 1 week from the issue date and cannot be traded, cubed, or time extended. If you're Rank 1, you can opt to get the Rank 2-10 emblem instead when getting your weekly emblem reward, which is generally the better emblem.

      Rank 1
      [​IMG] Tower of Oz Legend Emblem
      STR: +20
      DEX: +20
      INT: +20
      LUK: +20
      Attack Power: +5
      Magic Attack: +5
      Ignore Monster Defense: +40%
      Ignore Monster Defense: +30%
      ATT/Magic ATT (chosen automatically based on class): +12%
      Ambition 150, Willpower 150, Charm 150 EXP will be given when equipped.

      Ranks 2-10
      [​IMG] Tower of Oz Master Emblem
      STR: +15
      DEX: +15
      INT: +15
      LUK: +15
      Attack Power: +5
      Magic Attack: +5
      Ignore Monster Defense: +30%
      Boss Monster Damage: +40%
      Boss Monster Damage: +30%
      Ambition 150, Willpower 150, Charm 150 EXP will be given when equipped.

      Ranks 11-30
      [​IMG] Tower of Oz Expert Emblem
      STR: +15
      DEX: +15
      INT: +15
      LUK: +15
      Attack Power: +3
      Magic Attack: +3
      Boss Monster Damage: +30%
      Ignore Monster Defense: +30%
      Damage: +9%
      Ambition 100, Willpower 100, Charm 100 EXP will be given when equipped.



      Tower of Oz Floors

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      Icon guide:

      [​IMG] - Finley spawns on this floor (x minutes until appearance).
      [​IMG] - You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.



      Floor 00 - The Lobby

      Objective: Equip your Stupid Pills, set up Floor 21 through a [​IMG] Tower of Oz Practice Ticket, and ensure that the tutorial is set to the option that you want it to be (I recommend it to be enabled, especially if running with a group). Also, make sure to turn off pet loot before you proceed, in preparation for Floor 02 (or if you have the Pet Ignore Pet Skill, add the [​IMG] Seal Breaker Card to pet ignore).

      If you're running with a group, I'd also recommend meeting up on Floor 05 individually (running on different channels), as the first 5 floors are solely individual-based ones - you can really screw each other over if you don't run separately.



      Floor 01 - Let's Start [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 100 monsters total or deal 50 million damage total.

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      Floor 02 - Pick a Card, Any Card [​IMG] (10 min)
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      Objective: Trick all the seals by using a higher number card or a Violet card on each of them.

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      Having the same card number as a seal will not work.

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      You need to have a higher number card to trick the seals. So this does work!

      Tips:
      • Violet cards can be used on any seal, even one that has been cleared by a Violet (perhaps by another player) already.
      • The seals increment down by 1 every 30 minutes.
      • If you use a Violet on a seal, the seal will reset back to 1 after 1 minute.
      • You yourself have to trick all 4 seals. Others tricking the seals in the map will not help your progress. In fact, they'll probably hurt your progress.
      • Turn off pet loot for this floor or add the [​IMG] Seal Breaker Card to pet ignore.
      • Drop rate buffs and gear help on this floor.
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      Floor 03 - Delicious Eggs [​IMG] (10 min)
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      Objective: Collect 1,000 eggs cumulatively.

      Tips:
      • Before you freak out, it's not that bad. Each monster has a chance of dropping up to 3 drops which can contain up to 10 per drop for a maximum total of 30 eggs per mob. Making one or two rotations around the map with just a Big Spider familiar should clear the stage.
      • Make sure to turn back on your pet loot for this stage.
      • Don't bet on an NPC. It's not worth it. Just simply kill and loot eggs.
      • This floor seems to be the only non-lobby and non-rest floor to not have a potion cooldown for some really odd reason.
      • Drop rate buffs and gear help on this floor.
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      Floor 04 - Tight Rope [​IMG] (10 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate monsters on the side that Alicia tells you in order to achieve 300 Balance Points.

      Tips:
      • Each monster killed on the side that Alicia tells you to kill on will increase your Balance Points by 5 per monster.
      • On the flip side, if you kill on the wrong side, you will be deducted 5 Balance Points for each monster killed.
      • The detection for the "correct side" that you're killing on is based on what side your character is physically residing on. For example, if you were a Bowmaster and you installed Arrow Blaster on the right side, but you were on the left side, it would count as if you were killing on the left side, despite eliminating monsters on the right. Be careful with your summons!
      • Roughly every 50 monsters killed (or 250 Balance Points), the tower will lean to the other side.
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      Floor 05 - Rest Stage 1

      Tips:
      • Congrats! You've reached the first rest stage. In rest stages, your Stupid Timer will not deplete and you are also free to log out. However, you can't change channels (though you can logout and then log back in onto another channel) or use the Cash Shop. Use rest stages as a moment to party up and take a break.
      • If you're with a group, party up for Floor 06, as that will be a killing quest. The kills count for all party members just like any other quest.
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      The rest of the Rest Floors have the same map data as this one, other than the name of the map.



      Floor 06 - Sliiiimesssssss! [​IMG] [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 300 Slimes.

      Tips:
      • A King Slime kill counts as 30 Slimes. They appear every 30 seconds.
      • King Slimes disappear after 10 seconds. Be sure to hunt it down immediately. There will be a blue notification in your chat window notifying you that a King Slime has appeared. Keep an eye out for it.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
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      Floor 07 - Protect the Adventurer
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      Objective: Eliminate all Lupins while protecting Ripley, the injured adventurer.

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      Floor 08 - Another Kill Quest [​IMG] [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 100 monsters cumulatively.

      Tips:
      • The lava terrain attacks reduce your HP and MP to 1%.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.

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      Floor 09 - The Teleport Maze [​IMG]
      Objective: Reach the end of the teleport maze.

      Tips:
      • In an effort to save a little bit of time, you should attempt the rightmost (4th) platform on entry.
      • Try the process of elimination in choosing platforms (e.g. "3 is wrong, so I'll select anything but 3").
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
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      Floor 10 - Boss Battle 1: The Webmaster
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      Teleport/Burrow
      Moves Giant Spider to a new location
      Cooldown: 30 seconds

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      Consume
      Consumes Spiderlings to heal HP
      Cooldown: 1800 seconds

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      Attack Reflection
      Reflects 2,500 damage back to you per hit
      Duration: 6 seconds
      Cooldown: 20 seconds

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      Summon Monsters
      Summons 5 Spiderling Cocoons
      Cooldown: 30 seconds

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      Bind
      Locks your character in place until you break free with arrow keys
      Duration: 10 seconds
      Cooldown: 40 seconds

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      Poison Lob
      Damage: 30% of Max HP
      Additionally afflicts 100 damage over time for 5 seconds
      Cooldown: 10 seconds

      Objective: Eliminate the Giant Spider.

      Tips:
      • This boss isn't too difficult. Relatively low HP, but it does have a Attack Reflection skill that lasts for 6 seconds. The animation is as obvious as Crimson Queen's, however.
      • You have a life counter in all bosses in the Tower of Oz, so even if you do die, it shouldn't be an issue. Please don't let dying on Floor 10 be the end of your run.

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      Floor 11 - Ancient Golems [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 300 monsters cumulatively.

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      Floor 12 - Thorn Jumps [​IMG]
      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest.

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      Tips:
      • There are certain pathways that will send you backwards. Pathways are instanced, meaning that if you see a friend get teleported backwards from one pathway, it doesn't necessarily mean that you yourself will be sent back if you go through that same pathway (though it can end up being that way).
      • Follow the method that is shown in the above GIF to do a proper thorn jump. What I did was I jumped forward onto the thorn and held jump and forward all the way through the maneuver. Hold jump and forward from start to finish, as shown above!
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.

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      Floor 13 - Oh, Meteors! [​IMG]
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      Objective: Eliminate 80 monsters cumulatively while also making sure they do not reach the leftmost side of the map.

      Tips:
      • Don't get too far ahead. If you pass where monsters spawn, you'll miss them, and if 5 monsters reach the left corner, that's it for you.
      • The green meteors here do more than 50% of your HP, and the blue meteors will instantly kill you.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it. Though I don't recommend you do that on this floor.
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      Floor 14 - Shoot 'em up!
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      Objective: Shoot all the monsters.

      Tips:
      • All the mobs have a fixed flight pattern - if you're having trouble aiming at them, wait for them to meet your cursor rather than trying to chase them down.
      • After 3 missed shots, your Stupid Timer will be reduced by 30 seconds for each missed shot onward.
      • Touch screens may or may not have a large advantage on this floor.
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      Floor 15 - Stretch! It's Rest Stage 2

      Tips
      :
      • Party up for Floor 16, as it is another killing quest.



      Floor 16 - Just Yet Another Kill Quest [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 200 monsters cumulatively.

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      Floor 17 - Leap of Faith [​IMG]
      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest.



      Tips:
      • The thorn jump method shown in the Floor 12 section applies to this floor.
      • Finley does not appear on this floor - take your time. If you fall, you'll have to walk all the way back.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.

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      Floor 18 - Go Nuts with Coconuts [​IMG] [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Collect 10 Coconuts.

      Tips:
      • Boxes have a random chance to drop 1-2 Coconuts or to spawn a batch of Clangs and Lorangs.
      • You have to eliminate spawned Clangs and Lorangs, otherwise Alicia will not let you proceed to the next floor until you do so.
      • You can hit the coconut trees for a guaranteed chance of dropping 1 Coconut. However, they take 4 hits instead of the 3 required to break a box, and have more iframes between hits than boxes do. You should try to open as many boxes as you can first.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.

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      Floor 19 - "Why the long way?" [​IMG]
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      Objective: Follow Fleta to the end of the map.

      Tips:
      • Don't stray too far from Fleta for too long or let her die, otherwise you will immediately fail your run.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.

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      Floor 20 - Boss Battle 2: A Heartless Boss
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      Heavy Smash
      70% chance to activate
      Damage: 38% of Max HP
      Duration: 5 seconds
      Cooldown: 60 seconds

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      Cobalt Spin
      Damage: 38% of Max HP
      Super knockback

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      Fake Cobalt Spin
      Damage: 38% of Max HP
      Super knockback

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      Quick Smash
      Damage: 38% of Max HP

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      Gallant Stand
      Damage: 30% of Max HP
      70% chance to activate
      Duration: 5 seconds
      Cooldown: 60 seconds
      Screen shake effect
      Inflicts stun

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      Oiling Up The Tin
      Dorothy's Illusion appears and oils up the Tin Woodman
      Skill is cancelled if a Hookshot or a push/pull skill is used
      If the oiling is successful, all of Tin Woodman's attacks will deal 100% of Max HP

      Objective: Eliminate the Tin Woodman.

      Tips:
      • If you're a Bowmaster or a Marksman, the [​IMG] [​IMG] Hookshot skill will bind him for a short period of time if you use it on him while he's charging up the tin (that's when the bar appears over his head).
      • Using a skill that pulls or pushes monsters will also bind him if you use it on him while he's charging up the tin.

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      Floor 21 - Don't Run in My Channel [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate Eliza.

      Tips:
      • Killing 300 monsters will summon Eliza.
      • You can use a [​IMG] Tower of Oz Practice Ticket to get here and set the floor up by killing 299 monsters. To count how many you killed, you can open your Medal Inventory and start the Veteran Hunter challenge. When you arrive on your real run, you can just kill one monster, and voila, Eliza will appear, as that was the 300th monster! (Assuming no other person ran on that channel and summoned her.)
      • Eliza will disappear after a short amount of time. Make sure to kill her quickly.

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      Floor 22 - Tier Up or Tear Up
      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest.



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      Tips:
      • The thorn jump method shown in the Floor 12 section applies to this floor with the thorn at the beginning of the map.
      • The right edges of most disappearing cloud platforms are safe to stand on while they're hidden.
      • Try not to rush. If the cloud's been there for more than a second, and you're on a safe platform, just wait for it to reappear!
      • Falling into the pit will send you back to the beginning and deduct 1 minute off of your Stupid Timer.
      • Finley does not appear on this floor. Don't rush it!



      Floor 23 - Henesys in the Middle of El Nath?
      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest.

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      Tips:
      • Press up on portals before the chains of hidden platforms to view them. They will display for everyone, so you can get carried by quickly going across them as they display if another person views them.
      • Previewing the platforms will checkpoint you, so if you fall and use the Clever Lady Hotline to get back up, you'll be sent up to the portal rather than the very beginning of the floor. If you don't preview the platforms, you'll be sent to the beginning.
      • You can drop mesos to mark the invisible platforms. They defy gravity!
      • Use the [​IMG] Clever Lady Hotline item to warp back to the top if you fall.



      Floor 24 - I Hope You Play with BGM On [​IMG] (10 min)
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      Objective: Type in the town of the currently playing BGM to proceed.

      Tips:
      • If you misspell or get a question wrong, Dorothy will instantly deduct 5 minutes from your Stupid Timer, no questions asked.
      Town BGMs:
      [​IMG]



      Floor 25 - Halfway There! Rest Stage 3

      Tips
      :
      • Take this moment to party up, as the next floor is a kill quest.



      Floor 26 - Summon to Kill [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective
      : Eliminate 300 Orange Slimes.

      Tips:
      • You can summon more Orange Slimes by interacting with the burning altar in the center of the map after getting 10 Orange Slime Liquid drops.
      • You can only summon 2 consecutive times in a row without killing anything. If you try to summon more than the maximum monsters allowed, Alicia won't allow you to.
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      Floor 27 - Jetts Get it Easy... [​IMG]
      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest.



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      Tips:
      • As with Floor 12, the pathways on this stage are instanced.
      • If you happen to be a Jett, after the rope segment, thanks to Jett's passive skill allowing higher movement speed over every class, you can just simply hop onto the platform to the right, skipping about 60% of the floor. Jett privilege, SMH.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
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      Floor 28 - Pleads, Please [​IMG] [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 20 Bellomoas and 20 Pleads each.

      Tips:
      • Hit the tree at the top-center of the map to spawn monsters.
      • The type of monsters that spawn and the location where they spawn when you hit the tree are completely random each and every time.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
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      Floor 29 - Unlucky Seven [​IMG]
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      [​IMG] x10 -> [​IMG]
      Objective: Drop 1 to 7 Red Sand Crystals (the amount required is a random amount specific to you and your current run every time) by the tree at the top right of the map to proceed.

      Tips:
      • Drop rate buffs and gear help on this floor.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
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      Floor 30 - Boss Battle 3: A Coward's Fight
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      Use the Fear Amplifier to summon the Cowardly Lion when you first enter the map. It can also be used to weaken him if he gains too much power.

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      [​IMG]
      Cowardly Teleport
      Cooldown: 25 sec

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      Double Slash
      Damage: 30% of Max HP

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      Courage Boost
      Damage: 38% of Max HP
      Boosts damage by ~4-5% per stack
      Stackable up to 20 times

      Objective: Eliminate the Cowardly Lion.

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      Floor 31 - Slow Down [​IMG] [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 200 monsters cumulatively.

      Tips:
      • Be careful on this floor with your attacking. If you disturb a Fairy by hitting them, they will call more Fairies and shield nearby monsters from your attacks, possibly making things slower in the long run.
      • A Fairy usually spawns right when you spawn into the map, and disappears shortly after (about 30 seconds after it spawns). After it disappears, a new Fairy will spawn in about 1 minute. During the time that there's no Fairy, go all out, but keep the spawn time in mind.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.

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      Floor 32 - Fly High! [​IMG]
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      Objective: Eliminate all the Blue Ancient Slimes in the map.

      Tips:
      • Classes that cannot attack in the air can hold down rapid fire skills (e.g. Mille Aiguilles) and walk into the springs. When you walk into a spring, you'll still be using the skill, even while you're midair.
      • The [​IMG] Arrow Blaster skill (for Bowmasters and Phantoms) can clear this floor efficiently if pressed and held into one of the springs.
      • [​IMG] Soul Weapon summons are also helpful on this floor if your class cannot attack midair efficiently.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.

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      Floor 33 - Up and Down and All Around
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      Objective: Reach the end of the teleport maze.

      Tips:
      • You can use the [​IMG] Clever Lady Hotline to reset the stage if you get stuck...in exchange for 33 Oz Points. Be careful: you can only reset 4 times until you can no longer reset. You shouldn't need to reset that many times, though.
      • If you drop the keys to the right of the first portal and reset the stage through the [​IMG] Clever Lady Hotline item, the keys will still be there upon resetting the stage. It's recommended to drop the keys, reset the stage, pick them up, and buy a set of keys from Secreta for a strong chance of quickly finishing the stage.
      • The end of the teleport maze is the bottom-right portal.
      • If you reset the stage, the tutorial will play again if it's enabled, but Stupid Time during it will not be frozen for some reason.
      • After resetting the stage once, you can speak to Secreta to buy more sets of keys.

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      Floor 34 - ...actually really easy... [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective
      : Collect 10 Purple Leather to proceed.

      Tips:
      • The [​IMG] Purple Leather is dropped by the Purple Curly Cows at the top of the map. You can reach the top of the map by getting 10 [​IMG] Yellow Leather drops and entering one of the portals on the left and right of the map.
      • If you have a vertical movement skill that boosts you high enough, you can use Rope Lift afterwards to get to the top of the map, bypassing the need to collect Yellow Leather to get up there in the first place.
      • The Purple Curly Cow's attacks do super knockback that ignore all of your normal Knockback Resistance.

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      Floor 35 - Rest Stage 4

      Tips:
      • Take this moment to party up, as Floor 37 is another kill quest.
      • Review for Floor 43 if you recorded for Floor 43. Don't forget to mark the time!
      • If you're running with others, go to Floor 36 one at a time so you don't mess each other up.



      Floor 36 - Passcode
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      Objective: Hit the monsters in the order given by Secreta.

      Tips:
      • The monster order isn't random every time. It just repeats and adds one new monster to the passcode everytime you speak to Secreta, up to 8 monsters.
      • The power of Notepad is strong.
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      Floor 37 - Just Kill 100! ...of each. [​IMG] [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 100 of each monster.

      Tips:
      • Kiyos and Scorpions have the worst spawn.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
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      Floor 38 - Dark Energies of Darkness [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate what One Who Fights The Darkness tells you to until the dark energy counter reaches 0.

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      Floor 39 - The Monster Life, uh, Life [​IMG]
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      Objective: Answer the questions that One Who Loves Quizzes gives to proceed.

      Tips:
      • Finley will not appear on this stage. Don't worry. Just take your time to search the tables below with the power of Ctrl+F!
      • You'll fail the quiz and start over from the beginning after 2 wrong answers.
      • You can retry the quiz as many times as you wish. You can't fail the floor by failing the quiz - the only thing that will fail you is your Stupid Timer running out.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
      Floor 39 Questions & Answers:
      What Answer
      What is the name of the broker residing in Magatia? Han the Broker
      What is the name of the buddy list admin in Lith Harbor? Mr. Goldstein
      What is the name of the buddy list admin in Ludibrium? Robert Holly
      What is the name of the dog sitting next to the Dimensional Mirror in Orbis? Moppie
      What is the name of the current council president in Edelstein? Anthony
      What is the name of the former council president in Edelstein? Albert
      What is the name of the grandma guarding the Great Temple in Pantheon? Selene
      What is the name of the helmsman of Riena Strait Glacial Observatory? Helmsman Tanya
      What is the name of the Humanoid residing in Magatia? Humanoid A
      What is the name of the kid monk in front of the Golden Temple entrance? Noi
      What is the name of the merchant on the Nautilus? Gali
      What is the name of the pet master in Ellinia? Mar the Fairy
      What is the name of the plastic surgeon in Ariant? Aldin
      What is the name of the skin care expert in Ariant? Lila
      What is the name of the storage keeper in Ludibrium? Seppy
      What is the name of the storage keeper in Rien? Pusla
      What is the name of the storage keeper on the Nautilus? Dondlass
      What is the name of the streetsweeper in Edelstein? Brighton
      What is the name of the town mascot of Edelstein? Checky
      What is the name of the upcoming merchant in Pantheon? Karin
      What is the name of the warp helper in Herb Town? Crane
      What is the name of the weapon merchant in Ariant? Zaid
      What is the name of the weapon seller on the Nautilus? Morgan

      Who Answer
      Who in Kerning City can repair items? JM From tha Streetz
      Who is the item creator in front of the Sleepywood Hotel? Chrishrama
      Who is the merchant in the Golden Temple? Ms. Tang
      Who is the merchant in Gold Beach Resort? Mason
      Who is the warrior job instructor in the Warriors' Sanctuary? Dances with Balrog
      Who is the weapon seller in Perion? River
      Who is the subway worker next to the Ticket Gate in Kerning City? Jake

      Whose line is this? Answer
      Are you asking me if I can see in front of me? Of course I can! Puno
      Do you want to learn how to achieve spiritual enlightenment? No Gong
      Grendel the Really Old is not a bad person, but his students... Arwen the Fairy
      If you have the Scroll of Secrets, give it to me! Geanie
      I can only do this by myself for so long... Anne
      I can't wait for these kits to grow up! Patience
      I found him, so I'll take care of him! Moonbeam
      I gotta say, I look pretty good in an apron. Elex
      I need more firewood for the furnace. Timber
      I need to send these herbs to Tae Sang fast... Mr. Ku
      I serve the ancient Nova deities. Fenelle
      I will never let go of thieves who try to steal from me. Harry
      I'm worried that monsters these days are much more ferocious... Lisa
      Just look at me! So strong. Don't be jealous. Olaf
      Life is transitory. As time passes, the world will change. Do Gong
      My friend Arwen is still pretty uncomfortable around humans. Rowen the Fairy
      My hands aren't what they used to be. I really need to get me an apprentice... Potter
      Nice weather, isn't it? It's a greay day to enjoy a walk with my pet, Muffins. Bastille
      Nothing like a good set of Pirate digs, mates! Rodos
      Outsiders can never be trusted. Faculty Head Kalayan
      Pirates are the best! You want a piece of me? Valerie
      So much homework... And so much studying to do... Man, I'm swamped. Wing the Fairy
      That smell in the air sure does make the fur stand up, don't it? Alviola
      The seas have grown fat as an orca, eh? Putan
      This room is not open to the public. Olson
      We must work together. Lakelis
      Where are all my research notes? And my fairy comics? Cootie the Really Small
      Won't somebody bring me some food? I'm starving? Lumps
      Work is important, but eating is crucial! Bavan
      I'm collecting herbs... Sabitrama

      Which Answer
      Which of these bosses has NEVER appeared in MapleStory? Bear Grills
      Beelzebub
      Big Brother
      Big Carl
      Botichelli
      Cocatris
      Diablow
      Emuloch
      Navy Captain
      Von Venom
      Which of these chairs does NOT exist in MapleStory? Come Back Chair
      Diamond Bath
      First Love Chair
      Last Year Sergeant Chair
      March Bunny Chair
      Mammoth Chair
      Money Cushion
      Rappy's Persimmon Chair
      Valentine's Cursed Chair
      Wheelchair
      Which of these cities does NOT exist in MapleStory? Aqua Aqua
      Cunning City
      Edinburgh
      El Segundo
      Fenesys
      Frankenstein
      Margaret
      Sacramento
      Sleeping Forest
      Swan Town
      Which of these is NOT a crafting item in MapleStory? Loving Chocolate
      Fairy Sand
      Hyacinth Juice
      Kryptonite Ore
      Magnus Sweat
      Nickel
      Penicillin
      Pulsatilla Seed
      Used Fabric
      Zakum Phlegm
      Which of these is NOT a one-handed weapon? Beatstick
      Doombringer
      Facebuster
      Forked Spear
      Gallant Wings
      Lion's Fang
      Lunar Glory
      Pioneer's Dual Wings
      Twin Zephyrs
      Wooden Mallet
      Which of these is NOT a Paladin skill? Blaze Defense
      Blessing
      Chase
      Divine Sword
      Faint Prayer
      Haste
      Lightning Action
      Mendable Claw
      Ordinance
      Regal Stretch
      Which of these is NOT a Shade skill? Chase Cut
      Dead Or Alive
      Heavy Hammer
      Hyper Buting
      Pink Punch
      Really Angry Fist
      Scuffle
      Sleeper Hold
      Stumping A Mudhole
      Super Mega Awesome Punch
      Which of these is NOT a skill of a Battle Mage? Draw Mana
      Which of these is NOT a skill of a Cannoneer? Fast Reload
      Which of these is NOT a skill of a Marksman? Exploding Arrows
      Which of these is NOT a skill of a Mechanic? Claymore
      Which of these is NOT a skill of a Wind Archer? Double Shot Witcher
      Which of these is NOT a skill of Mihile? Soul Plunger
      Which of these is NOT a skill of Phantom? Perfect Sense
      Which of these is NOT a skill of the Demon Slayer? Mind Flayer
      Which of these is NOT a skill of the Night Walker? Collateral Flash
      Which of these is NOT a skill of the Swordsman? Imagination Boost
      Which of these is NOT a Zero skill? Crimson Cutter
      Cross Line
      Deadly Action
      Double Stretch
      Fighting Stumble
      File Driver
      Low Blow
      Mega Power Bomb
      Moon Assault
      Psychic Tracer
      Which of these is NOT in Monster Life? Aqua Aquarium
      Basement Training Ground
      BigWigs
      Black Bunny Farm
      Black House
      Cave House
      Empress Prayer House
      Fish Farm
      Fruit Farm
      Heaven's Hammer
      Hideout
      Maple Aquatic House
      Maple Water Park
      Mushroomy Mine
      Organic Mud House
      Pantheon Temple
      Psychic Audition Hall
      Puriel House
      Shammos' Storage Room
      Sushi House
      Which of these items does NOT exist in MapleStory? Alchemist's Handmade Gloves
      Blessed Sunglasses
      Donkey's Chef Hat
      Frantic Hair Pin
      Minotaurus Nose Ring
      Phoenix Dandruff
      Single's Curse Promise Ring
      Sugar's Tiny Cane
      Ultimate Harp Helm
      Venom Buccaneer
      Which of these items is NOT a consumable item? Crimson Bull
      Fairy Dew
      Fancy Cheese
      Lukewarm Juice
      Purple Potion
      Smoked Salmon
      Wizard's Toenail
      Year of Horse Cleansing Potion
      Year of Horse Resistance Potion
      Zakum's Breath
      Which of these items is NOT a hand cannon? Art Lulu
      Bling Bling Iron Cannon
      Blurry Cannon
      Click Click Boom
      Crimson Bull
      Cursed Black Cannon
      Dragonic Deck Sweeper
      Handcrafted Ignite Crash
      Necro Beryl Cannon
      Used Toy Cannon
      Which of these jobs does NOT exist in MapleStory? Art Designer
      Bard
      Beast Lord
      Blue Mage
      Cannon Puncher
      Demon Hunter
      Eric
      Necromancer
      Water Dancer
      Wind Runner
      Which of these jobs is a part of the Cygnus Knights? Blaze Wizard
      Night Walker
      Which of these jobs is a part of the Explorers? Bishop
      Dual Blade
      Which of these jobs is a part of the Legendary Heroes? Luminous
      Mercedes
      Which of these jobs is a part of the Nova race? Angelic Buster
      Kaiser
      Which of these jobs is a part of the Resistance? Demon Avenger
      Xenon
      Which of these monsters does NOT exist in MapleStory? Bertus
      Corbie
      Dark Cactus
      Downey
      Fenelle
      Mountable Golem
      Red Peppers
      Sledge Hammer
      Sharplan
      Solarion
      Which of these monsters is NOT a canine? Birk
      Which of these monsters is NOT a Mammal? Spore
      Which of these monsters is NOT a plant? OctoPirate
      Which of these monsters is NOT a reptile? Jr. Wraith
      Which of these monsters is NOT enchanted? Antoinette
      Goby
      Which of these monsters is NOT from the Nihal Desert? Water Thief Monster
      Which of these monsters is NOT in the Tower of Oz? Ancient Insectivore Slimes
      Ancient Mushroom Bat
      Ancient Red Turtle
      Black Thorny Bear
      Blue Ancient Beetle
      Blue Mushroom Bat
      Crocodile
      Murupa
      Roolang
      Yellow Flower Cow
      Which of these monsters is NOT live in the sea? Captain Latencia
      Which of these monsters is NOT undead? Pink Bean
      Snipe of Competence
      Which of these people is NOT a resident in MapleStory? Agamemnon
      Carno
      DJ Koo
      Giant Joe
      Harcourt
      Jacklyn
      Joe Bob
      Kaiso
      Stitch
      Sybil

      If you want a local plaintext copy of the Floor 39 questions and answers: Pastebin Link

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      Floor 40 - Boss Battle: The Wait
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      Touch Damage
      Damage: 20% of Max HP

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      Teleport
      Cooldown: 30 seconds

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      Lightning Shocker
      Damage: Relative to fire stacks

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      Bird Swarm
      Damage: Relative to fire stacks

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      Lightning Storms
      Damage: Relative to fire stacks

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      Magnet
      Quickly pulls your character towards Scarecrow
      Duration: 1 second
      Cooldown: 15 seconds

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      Skill Lock
      Locks the usage of skills
      Duration: 5 seconds
      Cooldown: 20 seconds

      Every 10 seconds in the fire, Scarecrow will receive +1 fire stack, stackable up to 20 times. The fire stacks start at 0 (no fire) and then, for some reason, jumps to 2 and stacks normally by 1 from there. The more stacks Scarecrow has, the more powerful his attacks will become.
      Stacks Damage over Time Damage to Player's Max HP
      0 0 5%
      1 Unknown Unknown
      2 1,500,000 10%
      3 1,800,000 15%
      4 2,000,000 20%
      5 2,500,000 25%
      6 3,000,000 30%
      7 3,200,000 35%
      8 3,500,000 40%
      9 3,800,000 45%
      10 4,000,000 50%
      11 4,200,000 55%
      12 4,500,000 60%
      13 5,000,000 65%
      14 7,000,000 70%
      15 8,000,000 75%
      16 9,000,000 80%
      17 10,000,000 85%
      18 11,000,000 90%
      19 12,000,000 95%
      20 20,000,000 100%

      Objective: Eliminate Scarecrow.

      Tips:
      • You cannot attack Scarecrow normally. You have to lure him into the fire in order to damage him. The longer he's in the fire, the more damage he will take. See the Fire Stacks table above.
      • Knockback and bind skills do work on Scarecrow. Bind him on the fire. Make sure you don't miss your bind or bind him off the fire!
      • The DoT alone won't deal the final blow to Scarecrow. If his HP bar is at 0, you'll need to hit him once more.

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      Floor 41 - Calm Before...the Meteors
      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest.

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      Floor 42 - Casual Solo [​IMG] (7 min)
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      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest after killing 30 of each monster.



      Tips:
      • The real platforms in the middle of the map are the ones with the grass facing right.
      • Your pets are de-summoned on this floor. Make sure you heal yourself if you're struck by meteors, as auto HP will not work. Meteors do 1/3 of your HP. Make sure to buff too if needed.
      • The platforms after Beetles and Dual Beetles do not have the same appear/disappear timers. For the platform after Dual Beetles, the second platform lasts longer and disappears for longer than the first one - be sure to keep this in mind so you don't fall.
      • Reminder that you can party on this stage! It's not that difficult to solo, though.

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      Floor 43: Yeah, about Floor 11... [​IMG] (10 min)
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      Objective: Answer all 7 of Fleta's questions about your run correctly. If you get a question wrong, you'll need to kill some mobs and retry the question. After 4 wrong answers overall (not per question), you simply just can't proceed anymore.

      Floor 43 Questions Pool:
      Floor Question
      Lobby How many Oz Points did you have when you entered the 1st floor? Enter only numbers.
      Floor 01 What is the total amount of damage you dealt? Enter only numbers.
      Floor 01 How many monsters did you eliminate?
      Floor 02 What was the color and number of the first card you obtained? If it was a Violet card, just write Violet. Type the color, then number, with one space in between.
      Floor 02 What was the number on the card that you used to trick the Green barrier? Enter only numbers unless you used a Violet.
      Floor 02 What was the number on the card that you used to trick the Red barrier? Enter only numbers unless you used a Violet.
      Floor 02 What was the number on the card that you used to trick the Yellow barrier? Enter only numbers unless you used a Violet.
      Floor 02 What was the number on the card that you used to trick the Blue barrier? Enter only numbers unless you used a Violet.
      Floor 02 What was the color and number of the last card you obtained? If it was a Violet card, just write Violet. Type the color, then number, with one space in between.
      Floor 02 How many cards did you obtain total? Enter only numbers.
      Floor 03 How many times did a person you pick win so that you got a reward?
      Floor 03 How many times did you pick Secreta?
      Floor 03 How many times did you pick Ripley?
      Floor 03 How many times did you pick Fleta?
      Floor 04 How many Balance Points did you lose?
      Floor 06 How many King Slimes did you eliminate?
      Tips:
      • See the chat window for King Slime spawn messages in blue text.
      Floor 08 How many monsters did you eliminate?
      Floor 09 On the 1st area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 On the 2nd area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 On the 3rd area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 On the 4th area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 On the 5th area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 On the 6th area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 On the 7th area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 On the 8th area down, which platform was the correct one? (Count the leftmost platform as 1 and rightmost one as 4.) Enter only numbers.
      Floor 09 How many times did you return to the start because you couldn't find the correct way down?
      Floor 11 How many Black Flower Golems did YOU eliminate? Just you. Not your party.
      Tips:
      • You should get a friend to practice ticket (or to possibly sacrifice their run?!) to this floor to kill mobs for you so that your answer will be 0.
      Floor 13 How many White Thorny Bears did you eliminate on the 13th floor?
      Tips:
      • 15 White Thorny Bears always appear in their first specific wave, then a random amount will appear in the final wave.
      Floor 13 How many Green Flower Cows did you eliminate on the 13th floor?
      Tips:
      • 15 Green Flower Cows always appear in their first specific wave, then a random amount will appear in the final wave.
      Floor 21 How many monsters did you eliminate?
      Tips:
      • This does not include kills done by your party or Eliza.
      Floor 22 How many times did you fall? Enter only numbers.
      Tips:
      • In-game, the question says "on the 21st floor", but it's actually asking for the falls on Floor 22.
      Floor 23 How many times did you fall and had to ask Alicia to send you back?
      Floor 23 When you tried to look for paths on the 23rd floor, did Alicia ever tell you to wait because someone else was already looking? Enter Yes or No.
      Tips:
      • This question used to be bugged and you had to include the period in "No.", but it's fixed now.
      Floor 24 Which town was the correct answer to the first question? Enter it exactly as you told Dorothy.
      Floor 24 Which town was the correct answer to the second question? Enter it exactly as you told Dorothy.
      Floor 24 Which town was the correct answer to the third question? Enter it exactly as you told Dorothy.
      Floor 24 Which town was the correct answer to the fourth question? Enter it exactly as you told Dorothy.
      Floor 26 How many times did you successfully summon monsters?
      Tips:
      • Summons where Alicia says you can't summon anymore do not count.
      • You can easily count by looking at your chat window for the deductions of the Orange Slime Liquid drops.
      • If you're in a party, it might become bugged and the answer could become 0.
      Floor 26 How many Orange Slime Liquids did you get? Enter only numbers.
      Tips:
      • If you're solo, you can easily calculate it by using this formula:
        (Summons * 10) + (Orange Slime Liquids taken away when entering Floor 27, see the chat window) = Answer
      Floor 28 How many times were monsters summoned on the upper left side of the room?
      Floor 28 How many times were monsters summoned on the upper right side of the room?
      Floor 28 How many times were monsters summoned on the left side of the room?
      Floor 28 How many times were monsters summoned on the right side of the room?
      Floor 28 How many times were monsters summoned on the lowest left side of the room?
      Floor 28 How many times were monsters summoned on the lowest right side of the room?
      Floor 29 How many Red Sand Crystals did you drop near the tree to the right? Enter only numbers.
      Floor 31 How many times did Fairies spawn?
      Tips:
      • See the chat window for Fairy spawn messages in blue text.
      Floor 31 How many peers did the fairies summon?
      Tips:
      • This question is translated wrong in-game - it's not how many peers were summoned, it's how many times a call for peers was sent out. 1 call is sent when you directly kill a Fairy that spawned by blue text.
      • For example, you directly kill a Fairy that spawned by blue text, and 4 of their Fairy peers spawn. But the fact that 4 Fairy peers spawned is irrelevant; that was 1 call for peers, so the answer is 1.
      Floor 33 How many Clockwise (blue) Labyrinth Keys did you have left when you exited the 33rd floor? Enter only numbers.
      Floor 33 How many Counterclockwise (red) Labyrinth Keys did you have left when you exited the 33rd floor? Enter only numbers.
      Floor 33 How many pairs of keys did you purchase from Secreta on Floor 33? Only enter the number of pairs you bought at the time you cleared it. Enter only numbers.
      Tips:
      • If you reset the stage, do not count the purchases made before the reset.
      Floor 34 How many times did you use the Yellow Leather to go to the upper level?
      Floor 35 How many seconds were left in the 35th floor lobby area?
      Tips:
      • Calculator
      • Fleta is asking for the Stupid Timer in terms of seconds. For example, if you have 1:02:55 on your Stupid Timer, your answer would be 3775.
      Floor 36 What's the password?
      Tips:
      • Orange Mushroom = 1
      • Snail = 2
      • Ribbon Pig = 3
      • Slime = 4
      Floor 38 How many times did the dark energy transfer to to a different monster?
      Tips:
      • This does not include the first Grizzly Bear hunt that you always are started off with. It's how many changes of dark energy there are. So for example, let's say in total, you saw Grizzly Bear -> Peach Monkey -> Grizzly Bear -> Peach Monkey in total (unrealistic to be that short yes, but again, just an example). The answer would be 3.

      Floor 43 questions plaintext fill-in sheet: Pastebin Link

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      Floor 44 - Easy Enough!
      Objective: Reach the end of the jump quest. If you made it through Floor 42, this should be a cakewalk.



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      Floor 45 - Final Rest Stage

      Tips
      :
      • Good job on making it this far! Take this moment to party up if there's anyone left with you. The next floor is a simple killing quest.
      • Don't use your buffs for Dorothy yet - Floor 49 will cancel all your buffs. If you need damage for Floor 47, go ahead, but if you want to use buffs for Dorothy, wait until you get onto Floor 50.



      Floor 46 - Simple Enough! [​IMG] [​IMG] (5 min)
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      Objective: Eliminate 200 monsters cumulatively.

      Tips:
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.
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      Floor 47 - A Strange Sort of Story [​IMG]

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      (The door is a mammal...)

      Objective: Eliminate the door after touching a hidden switch (the location of the switch will be random every time, and the switch is invisible - the switch will be in one of the green square locations in the map extraction below).

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      Tips:
      • See the map extraction above to see where the invisible platforms and potential switch locations are. You simply need to touch the green area for your instance of the floor, and the door will become attackable.
      • [​IMG] Rope Lift is immensely helpful on this floor if your class doesn't have a vertical mobility skill. You can still manually platform around though.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.



      Floor 48 - The Real Villain of Oz? [​IMG]
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      Objective: Follow Fleta to the end of the map. Hey, it's not her fault this map has invisible platforms...or is it?



      The above video showcases my minimap overlay and guides you through the floor. See the below guide on how to set up the minimap overlay through OBS.

      Here is a Floor 48 minimap I created that shows the hidden platforms, as well as the dangerous areas to stand around in (indicated by red). Use the overlay in the expanded minimap mode where it shows the map's region and name.

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      This minimap was last updated on 2019-01-29. Please note that this guide is designed specifically for the Global MapleStory service (GMS). Other regions other than GMS may have a different minimap frame due to regional customizations and fonts that might affect positioning.

      How do you use it as an overlay, you ask?

      In OBS Studio, create a new Scene (bottom-left of OBS) and name it "Floor 48 Minimap" or something like that. Select the Scene you just created.

      Next, in Sources (to the right of Scenes), add MapleStory as a Game Capture source (if Game Capture doesn't work, try Window Capture) - name it "MapleStory" - and the above minimap image as an Image Source - name it "Floor 48 Minimap". The Floor 48 Minimap Source should be above the MapleStory source.

      "I did that, but MapleStory isn't showing up on OBS's preview window in the center! It's just the overlay all by itself..."

      Two possible causes:

      1. OBS cannot record or even see MapleStory while MapleStory is minimized in fullscreen mode. This doesn't mean you can't use the overlay in a fullscreen-type mode - you'll just have to do a couple of extra steps, detailed a bit below. Go into windowed mode for now.
      2. OBS may need to be ran as administrator in order to record or even see MapleStory (Right-click -> Run as Administrator on OBS).

      It should appear in OBS now if you take a look at the above two points.

      Now, how do you play MapleStory: windowed or fullscreen? Follow the applicable guide to set up OBS below:

      You should set OBS Studio as Always On Top by clicking File > Always On Top. This makes it so OBS Studio is forced to be on top of the MapleStory window so you can view the overlay while still being able to control your character by Alt+Tabbing back to MapleStory.

      First, go into File > Settings, and in General, check "Make projectors always on top".

      Now, switch MapleStory to windowed mode, as MapleStory's fullscreen mode overrides OBS's fullscreen projection mode. OBS will be the one that goes fullscreen, not MapleStory.

      After that, right-click the preview window in OBS (the center of the OBS window where it displays MapleStory and the Floor 48 minimap overlay) and click Fullscreen Projector (Preview) > then select your display (image of it here in case you're lost).

      Once you see OBS projecting MapleStory + the Floor 48 minimap overlay in fullscreen, you now should Alt+Tab into MapleStory to gain control of your character.

      OBS's fullscreen projector (which includes MapleStory along with the overlay) should be fullscreening itself on top of your display, above everything else. It should be essentially the same as playing MapleStory in fullscreen, except the overlay is now there! Once you're done with the fullscreen projection, you can right-click anywhere on your screen and click Close to exit out of it.

      "It works fine, but the minimap is too small for me to see it easily!"

      In order to enlarge the minimap, create a new Game (or Window if you went with that) Capture source, but instead of "Create new" in the window that appears, select "Add Existing" and select your existing MapleStory capture. You should have two MapleStory sources now, and it should be ordered like this:

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      From there, you'll need to right-click the MapleStory source in the middle (as highlighted above) and the Floor 48 Minimap source and click Transform > Edit Transform for each and put in these values:

      Transform options for the Floor 48 Minimap source:

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      Transform options for the MapleStory source in the middle:

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      Transform options for the MapleStory source at the bottom are untouched.

      If you got everything correct, this is how your OBS window should look in the Tower of Oz Lobby:

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      Notice how certain platform line up and double check yourself.

      Transform options for the Floor 48 Minimap source:

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      Transform options for the MapleStory source in the middle:

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      Transform options for the MapleStory source at the bottom are untouched.

      If you got everything correct, this is how your OBS window should look in the Tower of Oz Lobby:

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      Notice how certain platform line up and double check yourself.

      That should be all! Good luck and no clown it!

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      Tips:
      • Clear the path for Fleta to go through. If she dies (unlikely though as she does have a LOT of HP. In fact, she has about 3 minutes worth of constantly getting hit until she runs out of HP. Yes, I tested.), you will be immediately kicked out of the Tower.
      • However, don't kill the monsters too far ahead of Fleta, because she won't stop for you except at specific points. You'll likely need her to stop to kill some monsters in the likely case that you're falling behind her. If you get too far from her for too long (about 30 seconds), you will be immediately kicked out of the Tower.
      • Most obstacles on this map knock you back to the left by exactly one platform, except for the shuriken on the left edge of the map and the green fluffy ball thing next to it, which just slightly shifts your character to the right.
      • Zero is extremely good on this floor - you can tag into Alpha/Beta onto the platform ahead of you.
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it.



      Floor 49 - Snails are Mammals! [​IMG]
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      Objective: Answer what monsters are in the cage to proceed.

      See the below mob guide for Floor 49.
      Sourced from: 아프리카TV
      Thank you to the person from KMS who created this guide. All credits go to them & those that contributed to their guide.

      Images are from the KMS guide and the mob names/descriptions are read from left-to-right, top-to-bottom.

      There are some mobs that are indistinguishable from their "recolor" counterparts. You only get to skip one question during your run. If you get bad RNG and you end up at a "recolor mob" again after skipping...good luck!

      Nautilus Mobs
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      1. Starfish - compared to Angry Starfish, they move significantly slower.
      2. Jellyfish - compared to Cool Jellyfish, they don't have angry eyes. You can barely see their normal eyes in the silhouette.
      3. Cool Jellyfish - compared to Jellyfish, they have angry eyes. You can barely see their angry eyes in the silhouette.
      4. Angry Starfish - compared to Starfish, they move significantly faster.

      Ellinia Mobs
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      1. Royal Fairy - compared to Fairy, they float higher.
      2. Lupin - compared to Zombie Lupin, they do not have a halo overhead.
      3. Bubbling - compared to Slime, they have a larger tail bead.
      4. Surgeon Eye - compared to other Eyes, they have a different movement animation and moves the fastest.
      5. Slime - compared to Bubbling, they have a smaller tail bead.
      6. Evil Eye - compared to Curse Eye, they move faster.
      7. Zombie Lupin - compared to Lupin, they have a halo overhead.
      8. Curse Eye - compared to Evil Eye, they move slower.
      9. Cold Eye - compared to other Eyes, they have a smoke effect when they breathe.
      10. Fairy - compared to Fairy, they float lower.

      Rien Mobs
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      1. Muru
      2. Murumuru
      3. Murukun
      4. Murupa
      5. Murupia

      Kerning City Mobs
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      1. Muddy Swamp Monster - compared to the Muddy Sprout Monster, they do not have a sprout on its head.
      2. Wraith
      3. Ligator - compared to Croco, they move 10 movement speed slower.
      4. Muddy Sprout Monster - compared to the Muddy Sprout Monster, they have a sprout on its head.
      5. Octopus
      6. Jr. Necki
      7. Jr. Wraith
      8. Croco - compared to Ligator, they move 10 movement speed faster.

      Perion Mobs
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      1. Ghost Stump - compared to Smirking Ghost Stump, the left edge of its mouth is slightly less open.
      2. Dark Stump - no difference in silhouette versus Stump. Skip this question if asked.
      3. Axe Stump - compared to Dark Axe Stump, they move significantly slower.
      4. Mummydog - compared to Skeledog, they have a bone at the bottom of their chin.
      5. Skeledog - compared to Mummydog they lack a bone at the bottom of their chin.
      6. Stump - no difference in silhouette versus Dark Stump. Skip this question if asked
      7. Rocky Mask - compared to Wooden Mask, they do not have nails on their mask.
      8. Iron Hog
      9. Iron Boar
      10. Dark Axe Stump - compared to Axe Stump, they move significantly faster.
      11. Wild Boar - compared to Terrified Wild Boar, their hair points to the right.
      12. Wooden Mask - compared to Wooden Mask, they have nails on their mask.
      13. Fire Boar
      14. Smirking Ghost Stump - compared to Ghost Stump, the left edge of its mouth is slightly more open.
      15. Terrified Wild Boar - compared to Wild Boar, their hair points to the left.

      Ereve Mobs
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      1. Tiguru
      2. Tino
      3. Tiru
      4. Timu
      5. Tiv

      Other Victoria Island Mobs
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      1. Copper Drake
      2. Zombie Mushroom - no difference in silhouette versus Annoyed Zombie Mushroom. Skip this question if asked.
      3. Annoyed Zombie Mushroom - no difference in silhouette versus Zombie Mushroom. Skip this question if asked.
      4. Crying Blue Mushroom
      5. Dejected Green Mushroom - no difference in silhouette versus Green Mushroom. Skip this question if asked.
      6. Orange Mushroom - no difference in silhouette versus Cynical Orange Mushroom. Skip this question if asked.
      7. Cynical Orange Mushroom - no difference in silhouette versus Orange Mushroom. Skip this question if asked.
      8. Strange Pig - compared to Ribbon Pig, they have a tattered ribbon.
      9. Ribbon Pig - compared to Strange Pig, they have a normal ribbon.
      10. Blue Ribbon Pig - compared to Strange & Ribbon Pig, they have a bowtie ribbon.
      11. Green Mushroom - no difference in silhouette versus Dejected Green Mushroom. Skip this question if asked.
      12. Pig
      13. Blue Snail - no difference in silhouette versus Red Snail. Skip this question if asked.
      14. Red Snail - no difference in silhouette versus Blue Snail. Skip this question if asked.
      15. Snail
      16. Spore

      Edelstein Mobs
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      1. Streetlight
      2. Serpent
      3. Potted Morning Glory
      4. Dust Box
      5. Water Thief Monster
      6. Potted Sprout
      7. Patrol Robot - compared to Patrol Robot S, the siren on their head is smaller.
      8. Patrol Robot S - compared to Patrol Robot, the siren on their head is bigger.
      9. Baby Boulder Muncher
      10. Safety First
      11. Strange Sign
      12. Big Boulder Muncher
      13. Grape Juice Bottle

      Orbis Mobs
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      1. Grupin - no difference in silhouette versus Lioner/Cellion. Skip this question if asked.
      2. Nependeath - compared to Dark Nependeath, they lack thorns on their stem.
      3. Dark Nependeath - compared to Nependeath, they have thorns on their stem.
      4. Lioner - no difference in silhouette versus Grupin/Cellion. Skip this question if asked.
      5. Luster Pixie - compared to other Pixies, their speed is the lowest.
      6. Lunar Pixie - compared to other Pixies, their speed is the higest.
      7. Cellion - no difference in silhouette versus Grupin/Lioner. Skip this question if asked.
      8. Star Pixie - compared to other Pixies, their speed is somewhat in between Luster/Lunar Pixies. Consider skipping the question.
      9. Sentinel - compared to other Sentinels, their speed is slower than the rest.
      10. Ice Sentinel - no difference in silhouette or speed versus Fire Sentinel, but it is slower than Sentinel. Consider skipping the question.
      11. Jr. Grupin - no difference in silhouette versus Jr. Lioner/Jr. Cellion. Skip this question if asked.
      12. Jr. Lioner - no difference in silhouette versus Jr. Grupin/Jr. Cellion. Skip this question if asked.
      13. Jr. Cellion - no difference in silhouette versus Jr. Grupin/Jr.Lioner. Skip this question if asked.
      14. Jr. Sentinel
      15. Fire Sentinel - no difference in silhouette or speed versus Ice Sentinel, but it is slower than Sentinel. Consider skipping the question.

      Omega Sector Mobs
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      1. Mateon
      2. Mecateon
      3. Barnard Gray
      4. Ultra Gray
      5. Chief Gray
      6. Zeta Gray
      7. Plateon

      Mu Lung Mobs
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      1. Sage Cat
      2. Chipmunk
      3. The Book Ghost
      4. Peach Monkey
      5. Cute Reindeer
      6. Blue Flower Serpent
      7. Red Porky - no difference in silhouette versus Black Porky. Skip this question if asked.
      8. Red Flower Serpent
      9. Black Porky - no difference in silhouette versus Red Porky. Skip this question if asked.

      Ellin Forest
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      1. Mossy Snail
      2. Mossy Mushroom
      3. Tree Rod

      Ariant Mobs
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      1. Brown Desert Rabbit - no difference in silhouette versus White Desert Rabbit. Skip this question if asked.
      2. Ear Plug Plead
      3. Royal Cactus - no difference in silhouette versus Cactus. Skip this question if asked.
      4. Sand Rat
      5. Desert Giant
      6. Sand Dwarf - side note: it used to be bugged in GMS where you could not answer it, but it should now be fixed as of the GMS 2021-09-16 maintenance.
      7. Scarf Plead
      8. Meerkat
      9. Bellamoa
      10. Dark Sand Dwarf
      11. Scorpion
      12. Jr. Cactus
      13. Cactus - no difference in silhouette versus Royal Cactus. Skip this question if asked.
      14. Kiyo
      15. White Desert Rabbit - no difference in silhouette versus Brown Desert Rabbit. Skip this question if asked.

      Aqua Road Mobs
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      1. Mask Fish
      2. Bubble Fish
      3. Scuba Pepe
      4. Sparker
      5. Cico
      6. Seacle
      7. Jr. Seal
      8. Krappy
      9. Krip
      10. Poison Poopa - no difference in silhouette versus Poopa. Skip this question if asked.
      11. Poopa - no difference in silhouette versus Poison Poopa. Skip this question if asked.
      12. Freezer
      13. Flower Fish
      14. Pinboom

      Korean Folk Town Mobs
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      1. Blin
      2. Three-Tailed Fox
      3. Moon Bunny
      4. Hogul
      5. Hodori

      Dead Mine/Additional Perion Mobs
      Not sure why Jr. Boogie is here, but I'm following the images provided by the KMS guide.
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      1. [*]Jr. Cerebes - make sure to type this exactly as noted here with the brackets & asterisk.
      2. Jr. Boogie

      Herb Town Mobs
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      1. Jar
      2. Ginseng Jar

      Magatia Mobs
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      1. Reinforced Mithril Mutae - compared to Mithril Mutae, the left edge of their mouth is more closed.
      2. Reinforced Iron Mutae
      3. Neo Huroid
      4. Roid
      5. Rumo
      6. Mithril Mutae - compared to Reinforced Mithril Mutae, the left edge of their mouth is more open.
      7. Saitie
      8. Iron Mutae
      9. Cube Slime
      10. Triple Rumo
      11. Homun

      Ludibrium Mobs
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      1. Green Trixter - no difference in silhouette versus Trixter. Skip this question if asked.
      2. Roloduck
      3. Ratz
      4. Retz
      5. Robo - compared to Master Robo, they are 10 movement speed slower.
      6. Master Robo - compared to Master Robo, they are 10 movement speed faster.
      7. Master Chronos - compared to Platoon Chronos, their hat has bells hanging off of it.
      8. Drumming Bunny
      9. Brown Teddy - compared to Panda Teddy, they move much slower.
      10. Black Ratz
      11. Block Golem
      12. Bloctopus
      13. Planey
      14. Toy Trojan
      15. Chirppy - extremely hard to tell the difference between this and Tweeter, but it's possible. Note that the background of the "cage" in Floor 49 has a "brick" background. When the monster flaps its wings, if the tail and the tip of the wing are higher than the brick line, it's Chirppy.
      16. Helly
      17. Chronos
      18. King Block Golem
      19. King Bloctopus
      20. Trixter - no difference in silhouette versus Green Trixter. Skip this question if asked.
      21. Tweeter - extremely hard to tell the difference between this and Chirppy, but it's possible. Note that the background of the "cage" in Floor 49 has a "brick" background. When the monster flaps its wings, if the tail and the tip of the wing are lower than the brick line, it's Tweeter.
      22. Tick
      23. Tick-Tock
      24. Panda Teddy - compared to Panda Teddy, they move much faster.
      25. Platoon Chronos - compared to Master Chronos, their hat lacks bells hanging off of it.
      26. Propelly
      27. Pink Teddy - compared to other Teddy Bears, they have torn fabric at the top of their head.

      Tips:
      • See the mob guide above to help you pass the floor.
      • Sand Dwarf used to be bugged in GMS where you couldn't answer it, but it should now be fixed as of the GMS 2021-09-16 maintenance.
      • If you misspell or get a question wrong, Dorothy will instantly deduct 5 minutes from your Stupid Timer, no questions asked. The mob won't change until you answer it correctly.
      • You have a 5 minute mini-dungeon timer to pass the floor regardless of your Stupid Timer. (The deduction from incorrectly answering a question doesn't affect it.)
      • Please don't select the last option in Dorothy's dialogue. You'll regret it. (It makes Dorothy kick you out from the Tower of Oz immediately.)
      • You can pause the Stupid Timer on this floor by attempting to enter the next floor while in a party after clearing it. But be aware of the mini-dungeon timer. You can't buff up on this floor anyways to prep for the final battle against Dorothy anyhow.

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      Floor 50 - The Final Battle Has Begun
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      HP: 840,000,000,000
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      Infinite Dark Flames
      Attacks the whole map with flames
      Damage: 30% of Max HP
      Cooldown: 10 seconds

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      Screen Crash
      Fires a laser across the map with 30 increments of increasing damage the further away you are from her

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      Energy Lob
      Lobs 4 purple energy balls into the air that bounce around
      Damage: 25% of Max HP
      Cooldown: 10 seconds

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      Entrapping Darkness
      Summons dark traps to instantly kill you
      Damage: 100% of Max HP

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      Summon Wall of Fire
      Summons a wall of fire
      Duration: 10 seconds
      Cooldown: 60 seconds

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      Summon Dorothy's Illusion
      Summons Dorothy's Illusion which copies Dorothy's skills
      Cooldown: 60 seconds

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      Summon Tornado
      Summons a tornado to knock you back
      Damage: 1% of Max HP
      Super knockback
      Cooldown: 60 seconds

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      Summon Toto
      Summons Toto (skills and HP detailed below)
      Cooldown: 60 seconds

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      Teleport
      Cooldown: 30 seconds

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      Attack Reflection
      Reflects 5,000 damage per hit
      Duration: 5 seconds
      Cooldown: 20 seconds

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      Rush
      Damage: 20% of Max HP
      Super knockback

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      Body Slam
      Damage: 60% of Max HP

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      Ground Slam
      Damage: 10,000 (Physical)

      Objective: Defeat Dorothy.

      Tips:
      • Prepare to use a lot of HP recovery skills. The meteors here will never stop falling. Bowmasters, time to lock in Blood Arrows.
      • Don't get too far from Dorothy. She can use a laser that damages more heavily the further away you are from her.
      • Dorothy has an inverted version of Magnus's blue damage reduction aura, meaning that you should keep a small distance away from her to deal your full damage. Standing right next to her will reduce your final damage by 90%. But be aware of the above point about her laser skill dealing more damage the more distance you are from her.

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      Floor ??? - The...End?

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      "Thank you! But...I still don't have control of the Tower...I've got a hunch that things aren't over just yet..."

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      "This isn't the end. We will retreat and regroup for now...but we'll be back."

      "To be continued..."

      Does this mean the Tower of Oz will be expanded or get a sequel? Who knows...maybe it'll happen by the time Florina Beach and Neo City come back. Cough.
      Credits to:

      Locked of Southperry for the original extraction data for the first versions of the guide
      Remitost (Haruko) of Aurora for the original Floor 39 Q&A list
      Paul (Formosa) of Aurora for helping out with data, videos, testing, and tips
      The creator(s) of WzComparerR2 and PirateIzzy's English translation fork
      Creator of the KMS Floor 49 guide: 아프리카TV

      Attached Files:

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  • Guide Version

    4.5

    Game Version

    226

    Changelog

    v1.0 (2018-02-03)
    • Initial write-up

    v1.1 (2018-02-04)
    • Fixed formatting errors
    • Added a bunch of images

    v1.2 (2018-02-04)
    • Fixed table of contents anchor links to not reload the page

    v1.3 (2018-02-04)
    • Fixed table of contents anchor links to refer to the published guide

    v1.4 (2018-02-06)
    • Added a bunch of horizontal rules to break up sections
    • Fixed Floor 39 questions and answers to show up 100% properly

    v1.5 (2018-02-09)
    • Added up/down navigation to tops of each section
    • Fixed some formatting errors
    • Fixed the table of contents link to Floor 39 questions and answers
    • Fixed page reload on anchor links

    v1.6 (2018-02-09)
    • Fixed page reload on up/down navigation anchor links

    v1.7 (2018-02-14)
    • Added missed question on Floor 43 plaintext fill-in sheet
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.0 (2018-03-11)
    • Improved Floor 39 and Floor 43 questions formatting
    • Added videos and GIFs to a number of sections
    • Several miscellaneous improvements

    v2.1 (2018-03-15)
    • Improved and added tips to Floor 43 questions
    • Added Floor 48 minimap overlay tutorial
    • Added Tower of Oz Practice Ticket costs
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.2 (2018-04-16)
    • Improved Changelog section
    • Added missing Floor 39 questions
    • Improved Floor 48 minimap overlay
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.3 (2018-04-18)
    • Added icons to shop items tables
    • Updated Floor 43 questions
    • Added various images
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.4 (2018-04-19)
    • Added anchor links to headers of each section so you can click on them to focus onto the section
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.5 (2018-05-28)
    • Added missing Floor 39 questions
    • Added some clarifications on Weapon Jump skill rings
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.6 (2018-12-13)
    • Clarified Floor 48 overlay guide
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.7 (2019-01-08)
    • Improved Floor 48 minimap overlay guide, the minimap itself, and its transform options
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.8 (2019-01-11)
    • Added Floor 17 and Floor 22 full maps
    • Added missing Floor 39 questions
    • Improved Floor 47 map
    • Improved Floor 48 minimap overlay
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v2.9 (2019-01-20)
    • Added Oz Points and EXP amounts rewarded on each floor clear
    • Added Alicia's tutorial to each applicable floor
    • Added additional tips to and clarified some Floor 43 questions
    • Updated Floor 43 plaintext guide
    • Improved Floor 48 minimap overlay guide along with adding 1920x1080 support
    • Several miscellaneous improvements

    v3.0 (2019-01-29)
    • Added Maple Achievements section
    • Corrected and added some skill ring information
    • Added several tips, images, and improvements to many floors
    • Added Finley icon and spawn times to applicable floors
    • Added icon to applicable floors where you can pause time after clearing by making a party
    • Added info and animations about boss attacks
    • Fixed Floor 39 typos and updated Floor 39 plaintext guide
    • Improved Floor 48 minimap overlay
    • Several miscellaneous improvements

    v3.1 (2019-02-02)
    • Fixed anchor links that went to the wrong sections
    • Text throughout the guide that references specific floors now have links that can be clicked on to quickly take you to that floor
    • Added Floor 48 video walkthrough that uses the minimap in this guide
    • Fixed the 1920x1080 transform options in the Floor 48 minimap overlay guide
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v3.2 (2019-04-12)
    • Added missing Maple Achievement
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v3.3 (2019-10-05)
    • Updated Dorothy boss info

    v3.4 (2019-11-24)
    • Updated Ring of Restraint description for GMS v209

    v3.5 (2019-12-23)
    • Corrected some Floor 39 misspellings

    v3.6 (2020-05-31)
    • Fixed typo on Floor 4 tips
    • Added more tips for Floor 4
    • Added Active Skill Rings HP costs
    • Corrected skill information for Crisis HM ring
    • Added some more details to a few Skill Rings

    v3.7 (2020-09-21)
    • Improved wording on some Oz rings
    • Corrected Totalling Ring values

    v3.8 (2020-11-22)
    • Updated for GMS v218 (Scarecrow bind fix)

    v3.9 (2020-12-13)
    • Removed mentions of the Crusader Codex (been removed in GMS) for Floor 49
    • Removed mentions of Rise, Minions! since it has been disabled from working in Oz
    • Improved wording on some tips

    v4.0 (2021-01-31)
    • Added mob and map extractions

    v4.1 (2021-02-09)
    • Corrected descriptions for the Critical Shift and Stance Shift skill rings

    v4.2 (2021-06-10)
    • Added skill delay of 30ms for active skill rings
    • Updated Floor 26 for GMS v223

    v4.3 (2021-09-04)
    • Fixed Floor 39 typo (thanks Lau/Illusions)
    • Added Floor 49 mob guide (thanks KMS)

    v4.4 (2021-09-05)
    • Formatting improvements for Floor 47-49
    • Added Stupid Pill Oz Points per minute calculations to Stupid Pill purchase column
    • Updated Floor 49 mob guide (thanks Ronchu)
    • Other miscellaneous improvements

    v4.5 (2021-09-13)
    • Formatting improvements for Floor 48 minimap guide
    • Fixed typo in Floor 49 mob guide
    • Added discovered distinguishing factor for Jellyfish/Cool Jellyfish for the Floor 49 mob guide
    • Added a note in the Floor 49 mob guide that the Sand Dwarf question has been fixed as of the 2021-09-16 GMS maintenance
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