no military surplus bid certificate
no chopper yet
I think Dan is right, pays to many favor points!!!!!!!
Last edited by jackle; 06-17-2012 at 08:42 AM.
Reason: left out one step in message
here's my story
9 military surplus bid certificates
so even when you get a certificate there's only a 50/50 chance of getting a chopper
if you think that's bad,try getting the get-away drivers,armoured cars etc for the 14fp Tax Day Heist mission.
My worst account was 849 tanks, 3 licenses, 1 chinook. Maddening
Well last week I got 1000 tanks on an account picked up 11 licenses too. So the loot drop is pretty terrible.
wow, that is wild. I got the get-away drivers ok after awhile, was stuck with two/three for a while then it gave up the last two on each one, am really struggling with red armoured trucks and ex-pres. mask , hoping to get military certificate so I can get a chopper but you answered my worries about that, figures, I want the 20 FP from that. thanks for leaving a message on this,
Dan. how in the world do you get so much energy to run that many missions? I know that I am pretty new to this game, cannot picture getting all that energy, would be happy as hell to get xtra energy, it is like watching water boil for me waiting for it to build up.
Originally Posted by jackle
Well hmmm, I have a couple of friends who have lots of accounts and we trade energy. That is really the only way a rider can get any real energy. We don't have the high bounties others do to warrent a spot in their top mob.
thanks, quess I should just have patience til I get more time in the game and earn that xtra energy, starting to get really hooked on this game and have a lot of respect for the accounts that are set up nice, learning how much goes into it. thanks again man.
It took me approximately 50k energy to get one license, the pilot was easy, but i have dumped about 10k already into the bootlegging and not one single insider and i have heard that the warrant drop is bad too. Read the letter i posted in this thread about the need to increase drop rates.