How To Equip Multiple Pets In MapleStory

Last Updated on November 24, 2021 by Samuel Franklin

How To Equip Multiple Pets In MapleStory

Learn how to equip multiple pets in MapleStory with this mini guide to the pet system and associated mechanics. While a pet is an almost mandatory addition to your MapleStory on both Reboot and regular servers for the looting they offer some players opt to take that a step further by utilising the maximum of 3 pets. With 3 pets you’ll have a number of quality of life improvements provided you can afford to keep them and unlock the ability to have multiple pets in the first place.

Whether you’re on the fence about the investment to unlock this option or have already made up your mind this short pets guide is written for you.

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The Benefits Of Multiple Pets

Given there is an initial and ongoing investment in multiple pets its not a decision that you should make lightly. Requiring players to purchase a cash shop item to unlock the ability to equip 3 pets, purchase the 3 pets themselves and then the ongoing cost of Water of Life revival it can quickly drain your available Reward Points or NX Cash. Note that completing the quest must be done on individual characters so is generally only worth doing on your main character or a Meso farming character.

The benefits may be worth it though for a daily player with the benefits of having multiple pets in MapleStory primarily a multiplier of the benefits that a single pet provides, this includes:

  • Loot: Multiple pets can result in increased efficiency of looting monster drops when training and improve your overall Meso rates per hour rate depending on your training map. While one pet is fairly effective the addition of extra pets ensures that all areas around your character are being looted at all times and results in less missed drops overall, particularly near corners of maps.
  • Auto-Buff: Some MapleStory classes have a significant number of buff skills that require regular casting to ensure your maximum damage or utility. With multiple you’ll have extra auto-buff pet skills available that lets your pets automatically cast these skills for you which allows you to remove that skill completely from your keybinds.
  • maplestory-pet-set-effectStat Gain: While pets are intended as utility tools to players the boosts in damage they can provide and while small it gives you additional damage over someone without multiple pet friends. There are a number of pets that have set effects (similar to equipment) when you equip pets of the same set that can provide small boosts on top of the ability to equip additional pet equipment that can also offer attack benefits and scrolled for even further boosts.
  • Fashion: The true end game of MapleStory is often FashionStory, having 3 pets of the same theme is an impressive visual that some in the community might aim for.

How To Equip Multiple Pets

The process to allow multi-pet in MapleStory is fairly straight forward although there is limited in game guidance on how to complete the necessary quest and obtain the necessary Pet Snack item. In order to equip multiple pets you’ll need to complete the following steps:

  • Accept the “Trainer’s Command” quest from the lightbulb on the left of the MapleStory UI. Note this is a level 33 quest.
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  • Trainer Bartos will request that you obtain some Pet Snacks that aren’t available at any regular store.
    maplestory-trainers-command-quest-dialogue
  • Open the Cash Shop and navigate to either the Pet Skills section (2.5k NX) or the Maple Rewards Shop (2.5k Reward Points) depending on what currency you wish to spend and purchase the Pet Snack item.
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  • Visit Trainer Bartos in the Pet Park of Henesys and handover the Pet Snack.
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  • You’ll be granted the Follow the Lead skill in your Beginner’s Basics skill tab and now be able to equip multiple pets on that specific character.
    maplestory-follow-the-lead-skill

Written by
Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms.

Sam has played MapleStory since beta with thousands of Steam hours played and regularly returns to the game for the MMO progression curve, boss challenges and community it offers. His favourite class is his level 226 Night Lord for its fast ranged attacks and solo boss potential who is currently exploring the ends of the Arcane River while building up Legion characters on the Scania server.

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