How to complete the Hunky Honeypot Challenge in BitLife

How to complete the Hunky Honeypot Challenge in BitLife

Each week, BitLife gets a new challenge, with special steps you need to complete. The mobile gamers who get the challenge completed will earn a unique reward for their efforts. Last week, we had a pretty interesting one with the Fatal Fashionista challenge. That one was a lot of fun. This one is a bit more conventional but still rather strange for the life sim. There are quite a few steps you need to get done to finish this up. This challenge will be a bit more involved than last week’s as you’re once again living the life of crime.

How to complete the Hunky Honeypot Challenge in BitLife

Here are the steps you need to finish to complete the challenge in BitLife:

Start by making a male avatar, that’s the first step. And then get them 100% Looks. This will often involve making a character multiple times until you get the full stats. Doing this now will speed up the process, but you can grind out looks manually if you want. Head to the Gym each year, and go on a diet in the Mind & Body tab to get that done.

Getting into the mafia is the hard part. You need to build a reputation as a criminal, and that’s going to take time. Take the time to steal cars and rob banks to build up your rep. once you think you’ve done enough work without getting caught, try to join. Open the Special Careers tab and head to Organized Crime, then try to join the family you wish to be a part of. If you’re lucky and skilled at making money without getting caught, you will be able to join.

Once you’re in, it’s time to build up your rep. Spend a few years using the Crime menu to make money for the family, this will help you not get whacked once you start trying to gather evidence. Stealing cars and selling them off is a great way to do this. Just go into the Special Careers menu, click on the family, and choose to make money for the family through committing various minor crimes. Stealing cars is once again a great way to do this.

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Getting close to the upper levels of the organization is dangerous. They don’t like you trying to get chummy with the upper levels. Make sure you’ve spent a fair amount of time grinding out your notoriety with the family before you try to approach anyone on friendly terms. If you move too fast, you might get whacked for sticking your nose in others’ business.

Once you managed to make friends with lower levels of the organization, you can head up and get chummy with the boss. Be much more careful here, and don’t push your luck. Once you’ve made friends, use the Relationships tab to try and Seduce them. Once that’s done, you can work on becoming an informant. Go into the Occupation tab and click on your Mobster job, There’s an option to turn snitch.

You have four years of work to do, during that time you cannot get caught committing any crimes, if you do, you will lose your way out of the mob. During that time, you also need to gather intelligence on your fellow members. To gather evidence against a fellow mafia member, open your Relationships tab and look for fellow mafia members. Gather dirt on these people to fill up the Confidential Informant progress bar on your profile, that’s the bar above your personal Notoriety. You need to fill that bar up to build a case against the family and walk away with your life. You may need to whack a mafia member if they find out you’re a snitch, so keep that in mind.

If you’re lucky enough to have a character already in the mafia, you can skip this. So it can’t hurt to check. I already had a character who was an informant, but had to rejoin a new family to get the later steps done. You need to complete them in order, so you need to hook up with the head of the family first, then turn them in. Once you’re done and have finished off that step, you should be free to go.

And that’s how you wrap up the Hunky Honeypot Challenge in BitLife.

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