Luckily after last week’s issue Sky came online to fix my control panel so I could dedicate myself entirely to the Buzz again. So thank you Sky! This week the servers on which Bootleggers is hosted experienced some issues which took them approximately three hours to resolve. Right after Bootleggers came back online it was BSF2000 who created a topic in game forum apologizing for the inconvenience and we appreciate that he takes his time to do so.
This week we also witnessed a few shootings and I wonder what has happened with Bootleggers all of the sudden that everyone decides to take out their gun and wipe innocent crews.. Or do they just appear innocent and are the shooters just eliminating possible threats? We have covered the Designated Drinkers wipe and the elimination of 7 Deadly Sins. These were however not the only crews who got swept off the statistics page. It was also The Infrastructure who met their doom and it was Krillin, a member of The Family, who pulled the trigger. We weren't able to get in touch with Krillin nor the council so we didn't dedicate an entire article to this event.
We have written about the comeback of a crew we surely all heard of before; Bullet Woundz. I personally had an nice little chat with _Keatsy_ about the current state of his crew. Ral_Zarek our Senior writer wrote yet another great column about crimes, wondering how many people actually commit crimes every 2 minutes or so. In his column he shows us a scenario where you crime for two hours every day for a week and the potential money you could earn from this basic feature.
You will be pleased to hear that no one has yet found the correct answer to ShyGuy’s treasure letter. You know what that means right? That means those 1,000 points are still up for grabs! Check out these latest hints and I am sure you will all move a bit closer to the final answer.
I am sure I have lost most of you by now because you sped off and went to check out ShyGuy’s latest hints but I also wanted to welcome back former Buzz writer DelPiero, formerly known as Stow. He has been underground for quite some time now but now he’s back among us gangsters he felt the burning desire to yet again join the Buzz team, and we were of course happy to have him back in our midst!
This week we also present you another returning item called: Top Suggestion of the Week. As the title states, every time the bust spots a good feature suggestion in the game forum, we will publish it! We have requested the option to add a poll to the Buzz so in the future this article could also the option to vote for or against the feature suggestion.
As for now, we at the Buzz wish you all a fine Sunday and happy gaming!
The Family wipes Designated Drinkers as they indulge in their final pint.
Aye pirate. Two weeks ago the Buzz organized an amazing contest. Again, nobody was able to solve it. This week we are again giving away some hints. This time it is really possible to solve it. That's a promise!
How many of you crime regularly? Do you know how much money you are losing out on? Here we have a look at a scenario where you crime for two hours every day for a week and the potential money you could earn from this basic feature.
After trying to break the lock, with several failed attempts, we hired a pick-lock to get us in to the closet, where we found Sky, sitting in the corner, like a scene from the matrix, screens all around, coding on every page, with Sky rocking back and forth continuously. It was clear he hasn't had any visitors in a very long time. The Buzz has this exclusive interview with the 'Man Behind The Closet'
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:
The comeback of Bullet Woundz It is like seeing an old friend, a familiar face.. A former crew back on the statistics page. We welcome back _Keatsy_ with Bullet Woundz and decided to write something about their return.
One less Deadly Sin Our friendly bunch Around The Corner Bar lost their crewspot and most of them housed in 7 Deadly Sins. Most Wanted pulled the trigger on them to protect themselves against possible threat.
Designated Drinkers drunk for the last time! Last week we witnessed crews dropping left right and centre and it seems this trend isn't likely to stop. In the late hours of Tuesday night the trend continued with Designated Drinkers meeting their maker as they were swiftly and abruptly removed from the statistics at the hand of one of the dominating crews of this round; The Family. We at that the Buzz scattered around to find the killer and it wasn't long until we found the culprit behind the kills; Triple aka Erno, one of the many shooters of this infamous crew.
A Treasure Letter – 1,000 Points Aye pirate. Two weeks ago the Buzz organized an amazing contest. Again, nobody was able to solve it. This week we are again giving away some hints. This time it is really possible to solve it. That's a promise!
Column: Do you crime all you can? How many of you crime regularly? Do you know how much money you are losing out on? Here we have a look at a scenario where you crime for two hours every day for a week and the potential money you could earn from this basic feature.
Bootleggers downtime! Wednesday 23 October Bootleggers was down for approximately three hours.
We welcome Stow back to the Buzz team And he also wrote two amazing articles this week so go check them out! One about the wipe on Designated Drinkers, the other a column how various crews see the current round.
The Infrastructure got demolished We say goodbye to the purple crew as they got wiped by Krillin, a member of The Family. We werent able to cover this event.
Behind The Name This week GolderV4 interviewed both Kakashisensei and Zappen in a Behind the Name double wammy!
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: $680,633
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $64,578
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $261,557
The current highest vault of a two car Organized Crime: No data
The current lowest vault of a two car Organized Crime: No data
The current average vault of a two car Organized Crime: No data
The total amount of stolen money, based on Organized Crimes only, is: $219,184,433
The average vault for the state Illinois is: $165,791
The average vault for the state Michigan is: $253,738
The average vault for the state California is: $275,651
The average vault for the state New York is: $260,151
The average vault for the state Colorado is: $256,204
The average vault for the state Pennsylvania is: $273,057
The average vault for the state Louisiana is: $288,577
The average vault for the state Nevada is: $292,493
The average vault for the state New Jersey is: $287,219