This week we’ve got another Buzz Issue filled with amazing columns and we’ve covered the events revolving around The Phoenix Rebellion and Enemy of The State which happened last week. Thanks to the amazing investigation of PubllicEnemy, I was able to write the article: Rebirth of The Enemy.
Previous Issue I mentioned Designated Drivers. Of course, this had to be Designated Drinkers! My apologies to that wonderful drinking bunch; I may have drunk a bit too much myself when editing the issue last week. But what about this week; what have we all witnessed? Well, we’ve seen The Mexican Eme hit the statistics page with an error in their crew name, also the crew boss got banned and as a result of this they lost their crew spot. We then welcomed back Save The Whales who after a few days got shot and insided by The Imperium, who only after a mere 8 hours got wiped by Enemy of The State because they had claimed property of theirs. They regained a crew spot with this action.
We also want to welcome LKParadoxa to the states page as the new Illinois State Don, who is already taking advantage of the state cuts provided by BSF2000, by offering the lowest federal bank interest rate in his state. What? State cuts? Yes that’s right! BSF2000 introduced a new Nation on/State Don update meaning that they now receive a percentage over your federal bank interest, your organized crime vaults and over your cashier transactions. Who could write a better article about this update then ShyGuy himself, so he took it upon him to cover this in his column called: Work Hard, Play Hard?
Next to this neat column, Rob_Stark found it interesting to write about the crew recruitment process, and how to handle your crew application when applying to a crew for the first time, or after being rejected (a few times). One of our newest writers wrote about one of the most recent crew updates, which gives crew bosses insight into member’s bullet counts. And last but not least we’ve got a column about a rather special underground crew called Omega Soldiers. We managed to get an interview with the crew boss so this is definitely an interesting read.
Don’t forget to check the weekly articles as well! This week forum post of the week is about help desk tickets, written by Liliana6. An article about when the crime update happened and an interview with BSF2000 sharing his thoughts about it. A funny joke about a grandpa and Viagra, Behind The Name with an ex-moderator and the freelance articles at the bottom. RatFaceRay managed to do two comics this week, both about crews, so let’s not keep you any longer from this week’s issue and start checking out what we’ve got in store for you. Enjoy this fine Sunday!
Rebirth of The Enemy
The gunsmoke and ashes have settled, The Phoenix Rebellion is gone and Enemy of The State keeps coming back! We've got interviews with both sides which will give some insight in all the events revolving around these two crews.
You've missed this last week, but here it is. Better late than never, ey.
Have you noticed the recruiting topic for the Omega Soldiers? have you wondered what this underground crew wants or how it is being run? Then read on as we have an exclusive interview with Yazoo the crew boss here!
You must be blind if you have not noticed the new update on Bootleggers; Don Cuts. If you commit an Organized Crime the State Don and Nation Don receive a certain percentage of the vault. They now also receive a small share of your Federal Bank interest and sold Chips. Robin Hood and David Guetta, anyone?
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:
Rebirth of The Enemy We weren’t able to cover this last week, but this week we did! We’ve got interviews with both crews which will give you an insight in how things really went down
Column: Work Hard, Play Hard? The biggest event of this week has to be the State/Nation Don update, ShyGuy has written an amazing column about how this will affect the community.
Column: Crew Application? What? Have you applied for a lot of crews and been rejected? Or are you about to apply for a crew? Rob_Stark has written a column which might help you improve your chances!
Column: What’s your bullet count? A column written by PubllicEnemy in which he shares his thoughts about the newly added crew feature which makes it possible for a crew boss to see how many bullets the members have.
Column: A look at the Omega life Have you ever heard of the Omega Soldiers? This crew has been on the statistics page this year, but got backstabbed by underground crew’s supposedly safe listing, but instead shared information with their enemies.
Hi and Bye Save The Whales Save The Whales got in sided by The Imperium. They also shot for Illinois and Pennsylvania bullet factories. Their reign didn’t last very long, it only took Enemy of The State 8 hours to reclaim their property and regain a crew spot
A random shooting Most Wanted pulled the trigger once more and killed 38 respectable boss accounts, we've managed to get an interview with the killer: TheDude.
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: $696,394
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $68,132
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $270,673
The current highest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $480,239
The current lowest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $410,708
The current average vault of a two car Organized Crime: $445,474
The total amount of stolen money, based on Organized Crimes only, is: $280,766,858
The average vault for the state Illinois is: $161,141
The average vault for the state Michigan is: $252,063
The average vault for the state California is: $268,632
The average vault for the state New York is: $270,834
The average vault for the state Colorado is: $263,053
The average vault for the state Pennsylvania is: $268,373
The average vault for the state Louisiana is: $304,080
The average vault for the state Nevada is: $290,789
The average vault for the state New Jersey is: $290,680