Welcome to Issue #47 of the Bootleggers Buzz, the first Issue of 2013.
First of all I’d like to wish everyone a happy new year and I hope you all had a wonderful new year’s evening! That being said, let’s move on with the Bootleggers related matters. We witnessed quite a lot action this week and the Buzz was able to cover everything. The first shooting of last week was done by Morokei, also known as Nuvalari, boss of Asura. He was able to kill more than 80 crewless accounts, which resulted in a drop of two billion dollar. This was the last shooting of 2012, an excellent way to finished such a good year!
Luckily we also witnessed some fancy crew shootings. The crew ‘Dawn of the Pirates’ didn’t last very long, they got wiped by a new statistics crew named Kudos. This wasn’t the only new statistics crew, we also witnessed The Black Shadow, who was able to inside J.A.I.L.. The Black Shadow also claimed Pennsylvania bullet factory, which they lost in less than a day. That was all the action of this week, but we have a lot more for you in this week’s issue!
This week the Buzz witnessed several topics in the Game Forum about the subject ‘bullets’. Would it be a good idea to allow players to send bullets to each other? We witnessed a fierce debate on the Game Forum, so we decided to write an article about this matter. This wasn’t the only matter regarding bullets! The last few weeks the price of bullets are raising even harder than the amount of updates. Is this raise acceptable or just some disguised form of capitalism?
Last but not least we have three articles about other interesting subjects. One article is a column about detecting underground shooters. The amount of those players is enormous and that amount keeps growing. How hard is it to locate such a player and what is the best way to hide yourself? The second article is another column and it’s about the hatred towards the Staff. Is it time for a new year’s resolution? The last article is written by our new writer Curse, also known as AbuRagheb. His article is a summary of the latest event December Doubles. Do you want to know how many dollars and bullets were earned? If so, I suggest you have a look at the article!
In this week’s issue you will not find an article of BSF2000, but BSF2000 personally told me he will write something for the next week’s issue. It’s a new year, which means new resolutions. Will the new updates arrive shortly? It’s all in the article of BSF2000, which you can find in the next Bootleggers Buzz. For now, enjoy this amazing issue and enjoy your first Sunday of 2013!
The Black Shadow appears by insiding J.A.I.L. and taking their bullet factory! Have a read for more information!
You don't want to read all the articles? You only want to read a small overview of what happened this week? We give you, The Weekly Flash! Here are this week's main stories:
J.A.I.L. got insided by a player named Disturbia! Disturbia and Nilou were able to inside and shoot all members. They are part of a new crew on the statistics named The Black Shadow. Aren't shadows always black?!
On the last days of 2012 more than 80 crewless players got killed by Morokei. Morokei, also known as Nuvalari (boss of Asura), was able to drop two billion dollars. Isn't that some fancy fireworks?
Dawn of the Pirates wiped by Kudos! Dawn of the Pirates got wiped by the new statistics crew Kudos. Aye, captain?!
Aldarion hosted a Bust Party with a total prize of $133,333,337. 136 participants and 549 busts is worth such a prize. Everyone who was able to bust Aldarion won a prize, but the big winner was Westfalia. Congratulations!
The Buzz presents ''The Bootleggers Organized Crime Book Of Record''! That's right! Each week we will update you with the highest/lowest/average Organized Crime vault! Thank you Sky for implementing this fancy BB code!
The current highest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $907,337
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $84,426
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $263,029
The current highest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $489,079
The current lowest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $203,684
The current average vault of a two car Organized Crime: $372,453
The total amount of stolen money, based on Organized Crimes only, is: $327,273,096
The average vault for the state New York is: $260,727