After completing the Bronze level of Calabria, you can move on to Italy Region 7: Citta Del Vattiacano
Don't forget to grab the two free Reward Points being offered as a promo for the debut of the new Italy Regions.
Citta Del Vaticano will require more Gate Loot - Cooked Books *and* Smart Phones. These are both found in Region 4: Milano.
You will immediately need more Smart Phones for the first Energy Level job, 'Scale the Vatican Wall'
That's not all - you will need plenty of Lira - and Hidden Charges - to complete the 4th and final job on the Energy Path, 'Locate the Secret Archive Vault.' Each click on that job - 4% mastery at a time - requires L$32,000 and *2* Hidden Charges.
Hidden Charges are made/found in Napoli, but require you to have Cooked Books from Milano. Use this Gate Loot flowchart as a reminder for where you can find each type of Gate Loot. You can also buy Gate Loot in the Marketplace and in Citta Del Vaticano itself.
The good news is you only need to complete 4 Energy Path jobs to reach the Citta Del Vatticano Boss. Along the way, here's what you'll find:
Citta Del Vaticano Job Loot
Templar Hammer (W) (42/61)
Popemobile (V) (30/62)
|Finally a Job Loot Vehicle that tops the Foo Fighter on Defense!|
Templar Shield (Ar) (62/42)
Pontiff-1 (V) (66/49)
Holy Hand Grenade (W) (71/57)
The Giove Velocita from Calabria also drops in Citta Del Vaticano.
Boss: Comandante Ebersold
While you can reach the Citta Del Vaticano Boss by completing the 4 Energy Path jobs, I recommend you finish the Social Path and Fight Path before taking him on, to make sure you have everything Bronze level has to offer.
Comandante Ebersold (at Bronze level) is easy enough to defeat - you have one henchman, while he has none. Your reward is Sword of St. Godfrey - (88A/129D).
Once you dispatch Ebersold, you can move on to Region 8: The Eternal City.
(Skip this if you like Mafia Wars as a game, not a geography lesson) Unlike the cities in Regions 1 through 6, Vatican City is NOT part of Italy, and has not been since 1929. It IS geographically located within the borders of Italy - actually entirely inside Rome. In this respect, it is similar to the country of Lesotho, an independent nation located entirely within the borders of South Africa. Vatican City is also an independent nation, not subject to Italian law or government. Vatican City has its own government led by, of course, the Pope, and an appointed legislative body of Cardinals. Vatican City is one of only three countries in the world (along with Kosovo and Taiwan) that are not members of the United Nations.