Mafia Wars robbing: Everything you need to know
What is Mafia Wars Robbing?
It is a new feature introduced by Zynga, the game's developers, in which they allow you to spend your stamina points to steal from other Mafia Wars players. If you succeed, you gain experience and money and some mastery for this new feature.
How does the Mafia Wars Robbing work?
Every time you click the Fight button, if in New York, you will be taken to the robbing page. There you'll see a set of properties you can try to attack: each of them with a marking regarding the difficulty: easy, medium and hard. This basically tells you how big are your chances of succeeding (so you should aim for the "easy" jobs). Every time you click the button to rob a property, you will use some stamina, depending on the size of the property you're aiming at, and you'll be told if you succeeded or not. If yes, you'll receive some sweet rewards, a mastery bonus and some experience.
How to always win in Mafia Wars Robbing?
Basically, as in fights, you need to have a bigger and stronger Mafia than your opponents and/or a better attack skill than the opponents' defense. You can also purchase boosts from the inventory panel to help you with the process and the general rule of thumb is to always aim for the easy jobs instead of the more difficult ones.
Also, have in mind that the amount of Mafia you can use depends on the property you're attacking. So it's always great to have a powerful Mafia, not just a large one!
What are the Robbing Mastery levels?
Whenever you succeed a mission, you get a mastery bonus. There are 10 levels of mastery you can achieve and each level gives you more experience in return for successful robbing. It is unknown at the moment if higher levels give you other goodies too.
All in all, this new Mafia Wars feature is a really cool one and adds some extra stuff to do for those who were tired of classic fighting. It's also hard to master and it takes a while to complete it, so the more experienced players will certainly have some extra things to do and not get bored with the game!
What's your opinion on this new feature?
This article originally appeared on Social Games Help.