In a TMB rendition of the Three Little Pigs, Three Little Collectors go off on their own. But trouble soon follows them as the Big Bad Collector is hot on their trail. So what's the moral of the story? Well let's read it to find out...
Once upon a time there were three lvl 1 collectors and the time came for them to leave home and collect their fortunes.
Before they left, their
The TMB QUEENS are being criticized and demoralised based on their gender.
By Ravenkc The IU Nurse
So for the past few rounds, I have noticed a lot of sexist blogs/articles been written or alluding to TMB female players in a bad light, now its time to set the record straight!
For many years, a lot of elite
Round 391 turned out to be a round of mayhem and controversy filled with disguised identities and cryptic plots. The absence of the Untouchables family was most noticeable as the round began because of their former members joined the RU/IU union. After a comparatively slow run of rankings it seemed that IU/RU were looking to make amends. One of their members Ice_Cube was the first to boast a build of around 4.7 million
Something out of the normal has happened in Round 391. We have seen some developing things happening. For one we have seen powerhouse Untouchables seem to merge into IU/RU fams. Is this in hopes of better controlling the ranks as a unit or perhaps just to prove a point? I'm going to go with its probably a point rather then run the ranks. But that's not what this article is about. We are going to focus on something
Turbo Round 392 offered a lot of rules that we have seen lately, but not together like they were this round. Transfers were enabled, but leaving families was not. With a 10% of networth to max and a 3:1 credit ratio, it was time to loot, and time to kill.
[list][*]Jackpot Starts at $300 [*]No leaving Families [*]5 Per Family [*]Transfers Allowed [*]Family banks and Personal safe at 20%