In Drug Dealer Simulator, we must have now unlocked the final drug perhaps if you are reading this post. The final drug which is highly toxic, addictive, and potent is Fentanyl. If you have not used it on yourself then try it to see the effect as this is the best dope shite in the hood of dealing simulator. Though players are confused as even after unlocking it, you may not find your clients asking for it. In this guide, we will explain what you need to do with Fentanyl.
Fentanyl Is Unlocked Now How To Sell It In Drug Dealer Simulator
First of all, if you have not seen the chart or stats of these drugs toxicity and strength, then click here. Rest of those who know Fentanyl is the most toxic as well as the most addictive drug you will find in-game. A simple gram of Fentanyl will easily kill your client or stranger. Even ODing, your character will be out without performing any action for a week.
While selling and mixing drugs, Fentanyl is used as an additive in a ratio of 99:1 or say 99g of the mixture of any drug and a non-toxic additive such as sugar or salt with 1g of Fentanyl. As Fentanyl is highly potent and addictive, it can easily turn any client to be your addicted client in a few orders.
Except for mixing and combining with other low potent drugs, Fentanyl has no use unless you go crazy and kill every client and citizen. As we know, even the death of your single client dramatically affects your Reputation and order frequency. It is better to order 100g of Fentanyl which will last for a month if you are not hardcore mixing Drugs. If you are up for more guide on Drug Dealer Simulator, then click the link that has been mentioned below the description:
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