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Coins can be spent to improve the Base and Rescue services. They are also required to dispatch Rescuers on a mission. Every normal/auxiliary Mission you complete earns you coins.
Your Rescuers receive ongoing compensation while waiting for emergencies to occur. So go to the base frequently to collect coins from the stations. Logging in every day to get your daily rewards is another way to earn Coins and EMeralds.
Bewarned, your coin balance is capped at a certain amount. When you reach the maximum number of coins, you will no longer receive them from Stations or for completing Missions. To avoid losing coins, try to spend them ahead of time. The maximum number of coins available grows with each improvement to the headquarters.
Super Fire Verticopter is your secret weapon when it comes to putting out fires. It completely extinguishes all fires. Only EMeralds can be used to purchase the Super Fire Verticopter.
Super Rescue Verticopter rescues selected casualties who are lying in the open and transports them directly to the hospital for treatment, eliminating the need for Emergency Docs or Ambulances. Only EMeralds can be used to purchase the Super Rescue Verticopter.
We suggest using any boosters and special vehicles that you come across as these will make completing missions much faster and easier.
Super Police Verticopter helps you control and disperse crowds as well as catch criminals. However, this can only be purchased with the use of EMeralds
XP Booster will boost the experience you earn while completing missions for a limited period of time. This will help you reach your goals and progress further faster.
A SOBR officer can use a shock grenade to stun an armed criminal and then arrest him without incident. A SOBR officer can also neutralize an armed criminal with a well-aimed shot. An Emergency Doctor must then treat the injured perpetrator so that a team of paramedics can transport him. If there are several armed criminals in front of you, be sure to stun or neutralize them all before making an attempt to apprehend them.