A Hitman is one of the Skills Civilians can choose from in CrazyBobs.
Hitmen complete hit contracts which players place on other players for a certain amount of money.
'Hit' refers to a hit contract placed on a player on another player, and a player with a Hit.
The minimum Hit amount is $10.000, $1000 formerly.
If a Hit disconnects while a Hitman is near, the Hit placer is reimbursed 75% of the Hit amount, the Hitman closest to where the Hit quit receiving the other 25%.
Placing a random hit contract is against the rules.
With thew new server version,v24, the hit contracts system has been changed in many awesome ways! Here you can see what is new:
- Hit Contracts now save. If you quit with a hit, you will still have it when you rejoin
- Placing a hit contract on a player who already has a hit will increase the hit price
- Hit Contracts last 48 game hours or until you are killed by a hitman
- New players and players with a low playtime cannot place hits
- Hit contracts cannot be cancelled
- Hitmen cannot place hit contracts
- A hit contract cannot be placed on you for 24 game hours after a hit has expired or has been completed on you
- Surviving a hit contract (48 game hours) will give you a bonus
- Added a hit confirmation menu when placing hits to avoid placing hits on the wrong person
Skill specific commands
- /hits - to see a list of Hits
- /hit (nick/id) (amount) - to place a Hit
- /cancelhit (nick/id) - to cancel a Hit (not avaliable anymore)
- /hitinfo - shows how many hits you have placed and how many hits were placed on you for your current life
Non-skill specific commands
- /info (nick/id) or /loc (nick/id) - to locate a Hit
Additional information regarding these commands
- When you are placing a hit and don't specify an amount, if you have more than $25,000 on hand, your hit will automatically be placed at $25,000. If you have less than $25,000, it'll be put at $10,000.
- When using /hits, the top of the list displays the closest target(s). However, players in an interior may be displayed as the "closest" but it's not always right.