How to correctly accept Clan Tasks – Mafia City

In this post, I’m gonna be showing you how you can save some of your gold by accepting clan tasks a little differently. You can either watch this video or continue reading this post:

How to accept Clan Tasks

So, let’s start by talking about how clan tasks work. Players get to accept & assist a certain amount of clan tasks per day. There are 5 different types of clan tasks, there’s cash, cargo, arms & metal & then you have one more type for speed ups. Each of these types have 5 different levels, there are green tasks which take 1 hour to complete, then there are blue tasks which take 2 hours each, purple ones which take 4 hours & then you have orange & gold tasks which take 8 & 16 hours respectively.

While accepting tasks, you get to accept one 1 free task at a time. If you want to accept multiple tasks, you’ll have to spend gold to do so. You can only accept another free task when you’re finished with the first one.

Whenever you see a golden or an orange task, it’s seems quite obvious that you should accept the task immediately. However, the problem with doing this is that you’re gonna have to wait 8 or 16 hours to get the next free task & if you want exhaust all your tasks for the day, it’s very likely that you’ll be accepting tasks for 50 gold each for the rest of the day.

However, instead of accepting a golden or an orange task directly, if you choose to accept another task first like a purple, blue or green one & then accept the gold or orange task for 50 gold, your free chance will reset in only 4 hours or less which means you’ll be able to accept more free tasks during the day. Even though this will cost you 50 gold upfront, you’ll be able to save a lot of gold on future tasks that you would’ve otherwise spent your gold on had you accepted the golden or orange task for free.

So, next time you see a golden or orange task up for grabs, make sure you’re using your gold to get them. Hope you found this post helpful.

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