Vote


Keep up a streak to earn more Unity Cash every day! Your streak can be seen on your account page.

You must be logged in to vote.

Voting for MapleUnity will grant you 1,000 Unity Cash by default, which can go up to 2,000 if you hold a 10-day or longer streak. With this, you can buy lots of stuff in the Cash Shop, such as adorable pets and pretty hats. On top of that, you will be supporting the server for free by pushing us up the rankings and giving us more exposure!
To vote for MapleUnity, you have to make sure you are logged in on the website. You do not have to log out of the game to vote. Then, simply press the vote button and you will be brought to the GTOP website. Here, you have to fill in the captcha to prove that you are not a robot.



And then press the big red button to send your vote through.



Your account receive your Unity Cash automatically within a couple of minutes.
You can vote once a day per game account. The reset follows the same time as the server time (UTC).
Scenario 1: Voted at 23:45 (11:45 PM), can vote again at 00:00 (12:00 AM).
Scenario 2: Voted at 13:00 (01:00 PM), can vote again at 00:00 (12:00 AM).

Voting during server maintenances is also completely safe, unless mentioned otherwise. Generally, as long as the website is up and running, you can vote safely.
Yes, you are allowed to vote for multiple accounts on the same day, as the things you can buy with Unity Cash here do not affect the game, hence there is no "Vote2Win" system. However, as GTOP only permits one vote a day per IP, you would have to switch to a different internet connection to vote on any secondary accounts, such as school / work WiFi or mobile data.
If you get the following error after trying to vote on the GTOP website, then GTOP thinks someone already voted on their website with your IP (Internet Protocol).



GTOP only permits one vote per IP per day. If you or someone in the same household already voted for another account or another server using your current internet connection, then you will have to switch to another internet connection (such as school / work WiFi or mobile data) to vote again. Sometimes GTOP says your already voted despite the previous not being the case at all, however the only solution is to do the same.