Another Sunday and another amazing Bootleggers Buzz. This week we have an issue with several special articles. First of all we have the article of the one and only BSF2000, with his 2000 characters. Two weeks ago BSF2000 decided to write his article two weeks later. Nevertheless, now it’s here and it’s worth the read! We also received an article of Nuvalari, boss of Asura. In Issue #46 he wrote an amazing article and this week he decided to write another article for the Buzz. It’s a long read, but definitely worth it!
This week we witnessed several small shootings. The party started just when issue #58 was released. The shooter, SecondCubic, was able to kill 8 players. Only 8?! Well, his shooting resulted in a drop of approximately 900 million. Not bad for 8 accounts! We also witnessed a shooting of Sidewind. He killed way more accounts but his shooting resulted in a drop of approximately 60 million. Nevertheless, it was an impressive shooting!
So what else do we have for you?! We have an amazing column about the yellow ones on Bootleggers; the Help Desk Operators. We also have an article about a very special bust competition which was organised by HumpyMcHumperson, also known as Payne. Last, but not least we have our weekly articles such as: The Chat, Community Picks, Behind the Name and many more!
At this moment the Buzz Team is making preparations for an awesome new give away. In issue #60 we will give you some more details about this coming event. For now, enjoy this issue! To all who celebrate Easter; good luck with finding those eggs and make sure you kill that rabbit. Enjoy the read and have a good Sunday!
BSF's 2000 Characters
BSF2000 gives a rundown on just what in the world has been going on and where our new features are at. Light at the end of the tunnel appears to be emerging and the long awaited features are almost in sight. With the newest features nearing completion, the next part of the road ahead has been laid out. Get the whole scoop by reading the entire article.
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:
8 accounts & 900 million... This week we witnessed a shooting SecondCubic, part of the underground crew Vendetta. He only killed 8 accounts, but it resulted in a drop of approximately 900 million. Isn't that a bit too accurate?!
Nice try?! Another shooting this week! A player named Sidewind used 550,000 bullets to shoot several crewless players. Unfortunately he didn't hit any banking accounts, because the game money dropped with approximately 60 million. A pity, but still a very impressive shooting!
Get those eggs! On behalf of the whole Buzz Team; Happy Easter!
The Buzz presents ''The Bootleggers Organized Crime Book Of Records''! That's right! Each week we will update you with the highest/lowest/average Organized Crime vault!
The current highest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $826,298
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $70,581
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $262,821
The current highest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $471,986
The current lowest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $343,897
The current average vault of a two car Organized Crime: $407,955
The total amount of stolen money, based on Organized Crimes only, is: $257,211,414
The average vault for the state Illinois is: $170,758
The average vault for the state Michigan is: $245,474
The average vault for the state California is: $294,514
The average vault for the state New York is: $266,616
The average vault for the state Colorado is: $257,656
The average vault for the state Pennsylvania is: $268,553
The average vault for the state Louisiana is: $289,554
The average vault for the state Nevada is: $283,853
The average vault for the state New Jersey is: $280,335