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When is the gender lock traveling to be removed? It's been about 7 years aback the chic came out and I'm still acquisitive for a changeable Mihile.


From my POV, all that needs to be adapted are the hair, eyes, Maple story M Mesos and pronouns in dialogue. I apperceive I could consistently accomplish a macho and dress him up femininely, but the banknote items and hairstyle I accept planned out are female-only.


Example: just bandy on any eyes and hair which are agnate to the macho adaptation and TADA!


I'd action it's because mihile was accustomed as accepting a macho appearance aboriginal on, and adorable buster is basically just fanservice: the class. Whereas Phantom wasn't accustomed as accepting male?


Considering Korea's declared homophobia (speculated to be the acumen we don't accept same-gender marriages in Maple to this day), accepting Phantom the womanizer, lover of Empress Aria, be female, is absolutely scandalous. And yet we can accomplish female Phantoms.


From what I've heard, Mihile chic was originally advised as an April 1st joke, but was appear as an absolute chic to avert absorption from some aspersion or added in KMS.


It was agilely done so they didn't accept the time to accomplish the changeable adaptation of the storyline. That doesn't explain why they never went aback and added the changeable adaptation if they assuredly revamped the class, however.


AB, on the added hand, would charge to be absolutely adapted for Magical Boy. It's not just the accouterments but the accomplishment animations and of advance the adventure dialog.


Unless we wish Eskalade to be banishment an absolute boy (rather than a tomboy) into pinkness and sparkles, which somehow I don't anticipate would amuse those players who abhorrence arena AB because of her gender-lock...


I like to anticipate it's because Mihile is an accustomed job adviser and constant NPC in the world, appropriately the gender lock is to accumulate things authentic in that instance.

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