April 18, 2011

Brazil Boss Missions - Ruby Level

Here's numbers 51-65.  As you can tell from the space between posts on these, it will probably take you a few weeks.  The health on these bosses vary from account to account, but just to warn you that on these missions, the health of my bosses was: 10k, 50k, 100k, 150k, 262.5k.  The last one took me over an hour to beat so they are tough.  Best advice on these is to START the boss fight in Vegas or Italy as it does the most damage.  Will do more damage to you, but will be easier to beat the boss in the long run.  Good luck with all of them.  The improvements in loots are definitely worth it.  Enjoy!!

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  1. Maybe it is a stupid questions, but what is your level/att/def rating?

    Last fight for me on silver was about an hour. I only take off about 400 per attack and after 2 hits, I am done.

    Any suggestions?

    BTW: thanks for all the great work!

  2. I cause more damage to a boss if I do these in Italy or LV, try that next time :)

  3. I just crossed level 5000. My attack/defense skills are over 7000 each and my mafia attack/defense are over 150k each. You will do more damage if you go to Vegas or Italy before you attack for the first time. Will take most of your health in one hit, but will cause 5-10x more damage than you did in Brazil. And thanks for the thanks!! Really enjoy this. Hoping to start posting on a daily basis consistently. Let me know if there's any information you'd like posted or updated. Happy hunting!!

  4. You rock! I didn't think that I should start in another place.

    Maybe I am a little slow on the uptake, but you should add that gem to your post.

  5. Thanks for picking up the mantle. This is by far my favourite MW blog. I was really sad to read about what happened to the other guy and (although disappointed) I could fully understand why he packed it in. Your hard work has meant that this blog is back on my favourite tool-bar. Thanks again. :-)

  6. just curious...what happened to the other guy? Anyways, I just found this blog and it is very concise and helpful. Thank you for helping and sharing your insight and experience.