Welcome to Issue #96 of the Bootleggers Buzz, the last Issue of 2013.
What an amazing year! 2013, a year of awesome events, but also a year of another dominating situation on Bootleggers. The entire year the Buzz Team reported all the amazing events for you including some great columns. Whether you wrote a freelance article or were a Buzz Writer for months, I want to thank all the players who contributed their time, dedication and effort to improve the quality of the Bootleggers Buzz. It was not always easy to publish a fancy issue together, but I believe it was definitely a successful year. Once again, thank you very much for your time, dedication and effort. Alright, now it is time to cover the events of the last two weeks, because we witnessed plenty of action. Plenty!
Let’s start with the Christmas Event; the ornament hunt. The past weeks all the players on Bootleggers had the ability to collect ornaments. Between December 24th and December 26th everyone was able to trade his/her collected ornaments for some fancy game items, including an instant promotion to Godfather/Don with a nice amount of bullets. The entire event resulted in plenty of deaths and a lot uproar on the forums of Bootleggers. The event was called ‘‘more beneficial for lower ranks and an attempt of the Moderators to help the lazy and weak players on Bootleggers.’’ Whether you call this event unfair or not, it definitely resulted in plenty of action. Check out the articles regarding the ornament hunt for more information!
That is not it, we also witnessed a move of Octavio, which you may know as the ex-Colorado State Don. Does not ring any bells? Well, last week he was able to kill all the State Dons who had more experience than him, including the long standing Nation Don, DevillSpawN. His timing of the shooting was perfect, as a few hours after his shooting he received an invite to become the new Nation Don of Bootleggers. Some players call it a brave move, some call it pathetic and suicide. Read the article regarding this event, it is definitely worth your time!
What about the Buzz Awards 2013?! Yeah, we officially have our winners! I’d like to thank all the amazing players who voted and contributed to this amazing event. The Bootleggers Buzz Awards wouldn’t be so amazing without you all. Finally, I also want to thank Aldarion for creating the Buzz Awards 2013, they look amazing! Check out the article if you want to know the names of the awesome winners. In case you won a Buzz Award, I’d like to congratulate you on behalf of the entire Buzz Team and I wish you the best of luck with defending your title.
Finally, we have an awesome give-away to celebrate the year 2013. We at the Buzz created a crossword puzzle, which gives you a small overview of some of the events which occurred in 2013. The first player who submits the correct answers will win $10,000,000. The second player receives a prize of $5,000,000 and the third player receives a fancy amount of $2,000,000. That leaves us with $1,000,000 for a random contestant! The winners will be announced in the next issue of the Bootleggers Buzz!
Since this is the last issue of 2013, I wish you all a happy year and I truly hope you enjoy this amazing issue. In case you are going to make some bombs of firework, I hope you are careful with detonating those foolish things. Let me all see you in 2014 with the original amount of fingers. The Bootleggers Buzz will definitely be here in the next year to provide you even more and awesome articles than this year. Enjoy and for now, have a good Sunday!
Buzz Awards 2013 – The Results
The moment you have all waited for! The official results of the one and only Buzz Awards 2013. And the winners are...
2013 was a special year for Bootleggers. In this article you can read my opinion regarding the year 2013 on Bootleggers. A year full of drama and disappointments on Bootleggers, but also a year of hope.
Not many players can say that they have been on the top of Bootleggers as a Nation Don. It is a long, astonishing and thrilling adventure. This week the Buzz covers the last chapter of the adventure of Octavio, our ex-Nation Don.
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:
A Small Crew Update! This week we witnessed a small crew update. Crew bosses can now use crew funds to pay for hitlists and can distribute the contents of their crew bank to their members. The start of a promising new crew feature?
No White, But Red Christmas This Year?! With more than 300 dead players, we surely witnessed one hell of a Red Christmas!
'Recent' Value?! The past weeks we witnessed a huge increase of the recent point value. Two weeks ago the recent value was $21,000 a point. This week we witnessed a value of $43,000 per point. Madness!
Brave & Suicide?! This week we witnessed a shooting of Octavio, to become the top of Bootleggers. As the State Don of Colorado he killed all the players with more experience than him, which resulted in a promotion to Nation Don. A few hours later he got killed by xxTINKxx.
The Last Issue Of 2013! 2013, a year with some amazing events, which were all covered in the Bootleggers Buzz. I want to thank all the players who contributed in the success of the Bootleggers Buzz in 2013 and I truly hope we will see some more fantastic Buzz Issues. On behalf of the entire Buzz Team I wish you all a happy new year and an amazing 2014!
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: $839,081
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $74,055
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $270,606
The current highest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $563,365
The current lowest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $563,365
The current average vault of a two car Organized Crime: $563,365
The total amount of stolen money, based on Organized Crimes only, is: $296,335,350
The average vault for the state Illinois is: $183,779
The average vault for the state Michigan is: $262,754
The average vault for the state California is: $285,164
The average vault for the state New York is: $266,004
The average vault for the state Colorado is: $250,836
The average vault for the state Pennsylvania is: $270,960
The average vault for the state Louisiana is: $287,463
The average vault for the state Nevada is: $291,811
The average vault for the state New Jersey is: $298,098