Godfather's Favor Points

Favor points can be used for three different things. It says in the game that it changes daily, however it has not changed since day one except for an increase in energy. You can earn favor points through completing offers and trials or you can purchase them for cash. Some of the offers are completely free requiring only an email address and are a great way to increase your favor points. However, keep in mind that you do not need favor points to become a powerful mobster.

You start the game with 10 favor points and you earn extra points for every accomplishment you achieve. You can trade 10 favor points for money equaling 10 times your level, or a full refill of energy. For 20 favor points, you can get a hired gun. The hired gun is virtually useless due to the available Mobster Add Trains, Forums, etc. If you need more mobsters, click here. After you begin to generate a decent income, trading favor points for money becomes relatively useless also. A full refill of energy may be great if you've invested many experience points into energy.

**Update** - The hired gun will increase your mob size beyond the 500 mobster limit. This is irrelevant to you until you reach level 100. Once you reach level 100, you max mob size is 500 (100 x 5). However, for each hired gun you purchase, your mob size will increase by one allowing you to bring more than 500 mobsters to battle.


Blogger Bill Thompson said...

The wording on the Godfather page says:

"In return for favor points, The Godfather offers you various powerful rewards. (Favor points are NOT necessary for game play or game advancement)"

This is not really true.

In a hit list fight not more than 1 hour ago, I came up against:

Johnny Nitrous's mob fought with: 993 S.W.A.T. APC, 10 Humvee, 1003 Advanced Ballistic Armor, 1003 Minigun

You lost the fight, taking 104 damage and dealing 15 damage to your enemy.

Sure - I was level 109 and he was level 400 something....

Being level 109, I lost miserably (trust me, my weapons/armor/vehicles & attack/defense/health skill pts are very respectable).

I would say fighting with 1003 mobsters instead of 500 qualifies as GAME ADVANCEMENT right?

The point is: If you PAY in the game, you WILL have an advantage and it is almost necessary if you want to compete.

October 24, 2008 at 12:15 AM  
Blogger trinity said...

I agree fave point are a joke and all the new equipment coming out fave point are the only pay ur going to be able to buy them.Its almost like the god father has stock in pay pal seance that's the only practical way to get fave points,all the surveys a crap and you surly need a credit card if you want any rill amount of fave one big joke.

November 24, 2008 at 7:40 AM  
Blogger Griffon, The Wandering Soul said...

that's not entirely true. you can get well over 500 mobsters without a single hired gun. after you complete a certain amount of missions and reach a certain level, your maximum mob amount goes up.

December 27, 2008 at 11:46 AM  
Blogger samantha said...

Even though you can grow your mob beyond the 500 maximum limit, the only way you can use more than 500 mobsters is if you purchase 'hired guns' and your mobster is above level 100.

It doesn't matter if you are level 500 with 1 million mob members. They will all be useless in a fight unless they are hired guns. Therefore, those who actually spend money or participate in Favor Point offers will have an added edge against everyone else.

December 29, 2008 at 5:32 PM  
Blogger Veronica said...

Honestly I figured if i hit 500 mob members and i reached a certain level i would be allowed more mob members. The whole godfather points sucks..

June 28, 2009 at 10:11 AM  
Blogger quiksnatch said...

Bill, you're confused... The advancement of game play is the development of your charactor and obtaining favor points is not necessary to level up and not having favor points doesn't hinder game play. Favor points help give you an advantage, but much as people complain about those who have 1000's of favor points, without them, there would be no Mobsters. No incentive to operate and maintain the game.

October 25, 2009 at 1:41 PM  
Blogger Damien said...

No incentives w/o FP... so... advertisements...?

December 1, 2009 at 4:44 AM  

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