MU Ignition's 2nd Update Now Available To Play
MU Ignition's second update has arrived, bringing with it a variety of new systems and quality of life changes. Among the new systems being added are the imprint system, the polish system, and mount skills.
The imprint system is for players level 300+ and allow them to imprint and activate bonuses on 2-option Excellent equipment. Stats are increased by the imprint and higher imprint grades are activated. The polish system allows players to reset Excellent Option on Archangel weapons via the consumption of a non-Excellent Archangel weapon.
As for mount skills, players can now train their mounts using skill books which are obtained from bosses level 200 or higher -- or by participating in Castle Siege. The higher the mount grade is, the more skills it can learn.
Of course, there are plenty of other changes in this update, all of which are detailed on the MU Ignition site.
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