Ladies and gentlemen, we got a new feature on Bootleggers; Achievements! We had to wait a few months, but this week BSF2000 decided to finally launch the new feature. It looks awesome, but I believe the feature is not fully optimised. We at the Buzz wrote an interesting article about the new feature including the opinions of some random players and the opinion of the Elite Guard. This week we also witnessed three new State Dons! On behalf of the entire Buzz Team; congratulations! Anything else happened this week? Yeah, a massive shooting!
It has been a few weeks since we witnessed a shooting of The Family or Asura, but this week we finally witnessed their ‘return’. The shooters, prismatic and Sidewind, were able to kill approximately 150 players. A big amount, but nothing compared to the amount of points they used; 42,000 points (search money excluded). An impressive shooting and the Buzz had a fancy interview with the killers! Any other shootings this week? Not really, it was a pretty boring week at Bootleggers!
This week our current Nation Don, RGT, decided to enter the vacation mode. The result? A big uproar on the Game Forum and that eventually resulted in an amazing column about the current ‘vacation feature’. Fortunately that is not the only column, because we have way more columns. Daltonn wrote an interesting article regarding a gambling Bootlegger and our new writer, Riverpenguin, wrote an article about a possible reset. That is it? Nu-uh, we also have a column about crew names, written by avin. Finally we have the last game of Guess the Whereabouts and, as always, the weekly articles.
This issue has it all; we covered all the news and we wrote some amazing columns. Do you believe you also have the ability to write such articles? Do you have some spare time left during your vacation? Do you want to contribute something to the community in a positive way? The Buzz is always looking for writers, so do not hesitate to write an application. Write an article of approximately 400-600 words about a subject of your choice and you might find yourself sky blue at the users online. Anyway, that is it for this week. Enjoy this week’s issue and have a good Sunday! Ciao!
Gotta Collect 'Em All!
BSF2000 is back, and this time with a new feature! Have you already seen the bottle caps? Don't just throw them away!
Crews on Bootleggers have always been inspired by real life trends, from The Regulators, which might have spawned from the legendary Stephen King Book to the present La Onda, which brings back memories of Mexican Counterculture in the 60’s and the movie Blood In Blood Out. Crew names have undergone a sea change over the years and many players old and new seem to agree.
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:
State Dons United?! This week we witnessed the three new State Dons: Bunting (Illinois), Medea (California) and C_Jacks00 (New York). On behalf of the entire Buzz Team; congratulations!
Welcome Back Asura? Last Wednesday we witnessed one of the largest shootings of this round. Approximately 150 accounts were killed which resulted in a drop of approximately 400 million dollar. The Buzz was very surprised when we located the shooters; Sidewind and prismatic, a friend and a shooter of Asura.
Achievements! It's here! IT'S HERE!!! THE ACHIEVEMENT FEATURE HAS ARRIVEDDDDD!!!! Awesome feature, right?
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: $687,888
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $70,286
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $257,480
The current highest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $605,044
The current lowest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $344,217
The current average vault of a two car Organized Crime: $442,805
The total amount of stolen money, based on Organized Crimes only, is: $271,867,828
The average vault for the state Illinois is: $166,269
The average vault for the state Michigan is: $238,919
The average vault for the state California is: $247,053
The average vault for the state New York is: $294,993
The average vault for the state Colorado is: $263,595
The average vault for the state Pennsylvania is: $282,735
The average vault for the state Louisiana is: $286,532
The average vault for the state Nevada is: $268,678
The average vault for the state New Jersey is: $284,742