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    How Do I get rich with 60 Diamond Locks?

    I currently have 2Magplants and 10+ dls in items + tons of farmables.
    I do free bfg, and get 60wls/day. I am planning on doing free bfg until I get another 10dls.
    If I get 10dls more, it brings my total to:60Dls.

    What should I invest in after I have 60Dls?

  • #2
    this might a risky move but buying cheap "profit-guaranteed" worlds definitely can be worth it,
    if you're determined to stock up the items of a particular world, and sell 'em for a price u can benefit, that is.
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    Originally posted by Nostos
    yes please.... +1

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    • #3
      Make a VEND world Invest into a BUY/SELL world, Buy a tackle farm,Science Stations,LGRID BFG
      Geiger(My method makes 1dl+ a day)
      C++ Programmer, and reverse engineer

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      • #4
        Just do free bfg until harvest/summer fest ends after that go do something else.
        Everything depends whether you're hot or not.
        Currently quitted.

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        • #5
          I think I'll do free BFG until harvest fest. I make 30-60wls/day from it depdnding how lazy I am.

          And Magplant 5000 isn't going to drop before harvest fest.


          In 1 month of free BFG, I can get anywhere from 9dls to 15dls, More If I increase the quantity of farms from 4 to 6. And there's 3Months until H fest.

          I think I can reach 80-95Dls during that time because I have summer vacation, so I can play all day if I want to.

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          Originally posted by Robloxdddsf0 View Post
          Make a VEND world Invest into a BUY/SELL world, Buy a tackle farm,Science Stations,LGRID BFG
          Geiger(My method makes 1dl+ a day)
          How do you do the geiger method?

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          • #6
            Bumpetybump

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