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Thursday, January 12, 2012

End Of Days mission event, mission #6: Retribution

This is the sixth mission in the End Of Days mission event for Mafia Wars, and it's called Retribution. This one didn't take too long to complete, fortunately. Given the considerable delay and changes at the beginning of this mission event, it's had me running nervous about whether I'm going to be able to get this thing done, and being able to square away at least one mission quickly was a relief.

The first and last objectives can somewhat be tied together--winning 200 fights in Brazil, and acquiring 20 Henchmen, since you can get Henchmen as loot drops while fighting. The Go Now button will direct you to the Brazil city store, although you can purchase Henchmen in any of the city stores and it will count. I got most of mine just by fighting as I normally would.

0/15 GET SUPPORT FROM YOUR MAFIA, this one can be fulfilled by answering crew requests from your mafia, and also be sending out requests. I got this one accomplished by doing both; it may involve a little wait time for people to respond, but it won't be too painful and drawn-out if you have a responsive mafia. Try just asking your news feed who is online and can accept the request quickly.


Rosario Dominquez

It is all about momentum. No one can stop me now.


  • 0/200 WIN 200 FIGHTS IN BRAZIL.

    A little warm up before the big day.

    Come one, come all!

    Their loyalty shall be rewarded.
Mission #1: Alpha
Mission #2: In The Beginning
Mission #3: The Big Bang 
Mission #4: Redemption 
Mission #5: Resolution 
Mission #6: Retribution 
Mission #7: Armageddon 
Mission #8: ...With a Whimper 
Mission #9: Omega 
Mission #10: Post Script

This mission event was first released with objectives that were literally impossible to complete in the given time frame--I called it Mission Impossible, and later amended or "retuned" to make it easier to complete.

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