Saturday, October 24, 2009

What To Do When You're At Level 1

This is the basic start for the mafia wars game. Basically, the more you do jobs or you fight, the more experience points you gain. There is a blue bar on the top right of the game screen. On top of the bar there are experience points that you already have and it also shows the number of experience points that you'll need to get to the next level.

What you need to do is that start off by doing jobs. The only unlocked set of jobs for you right now will be 'Street Thug'. Start by doing one job again and again. Remember, this is the catch here. You do one job again and again. There will be a yellow bar next to each job which will be empty initially.

As you start doing this job again and again, it will start getting filled. You gain ideally from 6-25% experience on that job each time you do it. Instead of splitting out your energy points between all the five jobs just start from one.

I'll advise you to do the 'Mugging' job first. It requires only 1 energy point and you'll be able to easily finish it off gaining maximum experience points for your level, experience points for this job and money at this level. Hopefully, you'll be able to do so without even finishing up your energy points.

Energy points are regained at a rate of 1 energy point per 5 minutes (which is very low) so you might find yourself waiting a lot in getting it back. After a couple of jobs, you'll level up after which you can go ahead and use skill points to increase your maximum energy (Do this, it helps a lot).

One more thing that you should keep in mind is that you will need to buy weapons for doing jobs for example you will need to buy a baseball bat to do the 'Beat up a rival gangster' job. So make sure that you only buy the weapons that are required and don't go for buying weapons that you like or you think would make your attack higher in fights. Don't do that yet because you will be needing the money desperately later in the game.

Keep doing this and in no time you'll be flying up levels. This part of the game is very easy. It didn't take me more than an hour in crossing the first four levels, shouldn't take you that long either. ;)

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