Sad news, sad news everywhere! This week we have some sad news to share. Dalton decided to resign his position as Buzz Editor. He believes he is not active enough to keep up with the events and believes the Buzz deserves better. On behalf of the entire Buzz Team I’d like to thank Dalton for his amazing dedication and hard work. He is a great guy and he truly will be missed at the team. For the time being I will be the new Buzz Editor. Unfortunately this is also the reason that we have a pretty short Issue this week. With two writers being on vacation it was not very easy this week. Nevertheless, we have some amazing articles for you this week!
So, what else happened this week? We witnessed thousands of topics regarding resets and the current dominating crews were able to kill quite a few players. Due a busy work week and vacation of various writers we were not able to write an article about these events, my apologies. Fortunately we were able to write some fancy columns for you and interview some amazing players. Cyph was able to write a fantastic article regarding the events behind the scenes regarding introducing new features. Anything else? Yeah, a column about a mobile app for Bootleggers. Good idea? Definitely, but what about the consequences of introducing such an app?
As stated earlier, my apologies for this short issue. Next week all writers will be back from their well-deserved vacation and they will be writing some awesome articles for you. For now, enjoy this read and have a good Sunday.
Behind The Scenes - Features
The Buzz looks behind what's actually involved in releasing a feature to the community in this Behind The Scenes section.
This week, we hunt the streets of Bootleggers yet again for another victim for our Behind The Scenes section of The Buzz. ClasherzIII was unlucky enough to be standing outside the Swiss Bank with a sign which read 'Loans R Us' around his neck. Wondering why, we approached this young man to find out more...
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:
Padrinos Palace & Hells Den attacked! Pele shot various members of Padrinos Palace & Hells Den!
Recruiting the dead? This week we witnessed some crew bosses shooting their own members.
Most Wanted Shooters? Spiros and DevillSpawN performed a massive spree, with shooting more than 100 Boss+ accounts.
Youn promotes to State Don! A Help Desk Operator reaches State Don? Impossibru.
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: $436,058
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $62,820
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $259,223
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: $192,602,770
The average vault for the state Illinois is: $157,613
The average vault for the state Michigan is: $247,273
The average vault for the state California is: $281,355
The average vault for the state New York is: $247,042
The average vault for the state Colorado is: $247,857
The average vault for the state Pennsylvania is: $266,939
The average vault for the state Louisiana is: $288,911
The average vault for the state Nevada is: $288,063
The average vault for the state New Jersey is: $285,319