Epic Loot from the Epic Boss Thomas P Stanton – Crime City

We did another great job of kicking the @#$% out of Thomas P Stanton and achieved both the Syndicate goal of 300 kills over the 4 days and the Individual victory of 100 kills. With that I grabbed the Stanton Glasses and the Stanton Knuckles. That’s an impressive combination. Level 100 was a bit of a pain as it took 7 FA hits to take him down – a lot more than I expected.

I almost immediately coupled this with the 187 Blaster from the Syndicate battle. Hell, I didn’t even know this was a reward. I was just deploying troops when this popped up out of nowhere. Seemed almost too easy to be honest., but hey I won’t complain. It has nice stats and I will certainly take the -1% Bank Deposit Fee Reduction reward.

Speaking of, a lot of people say to keep cash on hand rather than putting it in the bank. That seems like a dangerous game to me. Considering how unbalanced the Rivals List seems to be, it sounds like a surefire way to go bankrupt. I still find players with nearly half my stats are still able to rob me. They’re able to sneak in an pilfer tens of millions from my LTBs. There’s no way I’m walking around with all that cash in hand. I’d rather lose a few million on each transaction and keep the bulk of my cash versus losing hundreds of millions by carrying it around. Some people swear by this strategy, but looks to be far to big a gamble for me.

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2 Responses to Epic Loot from the Epic Boss Thomas P Stanton – Crime City

  • effin ess says:

    Hey love your ltb info tables. I’ve played for years and got into this game for the economy building fun.

    There is a cap to the amount people can take from attacking you. Attacking is much harder to be successful at than robbing. There is no cap to your bank fees. Try leaving out enough cash on hand to be attacked for the max amount and keep track of the 24hr total losses. Then look at your 24 hour bank fees. If you have a decent iph the choice will be clear.

    Not to mention how nice it is to never have to do math when opening boxes or attacking epic bosses. Of course you still may need to bank during war where there is no cap on attacks…

  • Don Pedro says:

    I just checked my stats and I show a -34% Bank Deposit Free Reduction so that should be helping. Maybe when I bulk up my stats some more I might try and keep cash on hand, but I’m not confident enough in my abilities to risk it just yet.

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