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Return to Coney Island

ICB1 The Godfather summons you, and hands you a neatly folded piece of paper. You open it. A name. "This ... pezzo di merda, he broke the code of omerta. You know what do to. And don't forget to bring me proof of the deed."
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Level: 50


Mission Rewards represent the LOWEST amount you should receive. Your reward may be higher based upon different attribute bonuses collected during game play.
You should only change these reward amounts IF you've received an amount LOWER than what's shown. Random drop rewards are not collected every attempt.


Proficiency
Rewards Requirements
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Special Equipment
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50,000
60,000
370
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74 1
Victim's Finger
Not buyable
See notes below
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Victim's Finger
Not buyable
See notes below
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Victim's Finger
Not buyable
See notes below
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Victim's Finger
Not buyable
See notes below


Victim's fingers are acquired by successfully killing a "Marked Man" on the hit list. Unlike regular player mobsters, a "marked man" is a non-player computer generated Mobster created for this mission. You can identify a "marked man" by the RED TARGET SYMBOL beside their name. Also, their name and stats are in yellow instead of white. They will show up at the top of your hit list (if more than one person is showing on the hit list).  Marked Men show up in random locations and at random times.  You do NOT need to be only at Coney Island to have a marked man show up on your hit list

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No one knows just how many hits it will take to kill a Marked Man. Some say it may take over a thousand successful hits, others say perhaps it takes a coordinated strike from 100 or more of your mobbies all within a minute or so. Some figure it's totally random and the luck of the draw. Either way it's a difficult task at best.




Information contained on this page contributed by: Dennis Long