May 7, 2015

Offshore Turfs 3: Secret District Walkthrough


With all the other events going on, the 3rd version of the Offshore Turfs Secret District is more of an after thought than it is an event. I’ve seen many players report that they will be skipping it and that really isn’t a bad idea. Secret Districts have their own set of loading issues and it makes playing them a miserable experience. Adding to the frustration is the game interrupting, recurring, re-healing and timed boss fight. Offshore Turfs Secret Districts are 2 districts in one. The 1st one, Ciudad Del Carmen, has 9 high energy jobs and is pretty straight forward. The 2nd one, St. Lucia, unlocks after bronze mastery of Ciudad Del Carmen and requires 200 Pesos to access it. Once accessed, it is only available for 30 minutes. You can do about 10 jobs before the Boss Fight appears. Once it does, you have to defeat the boss to get back to the jobs. Since this Secret District is like the other 2 of it’s type and nothing has changed, the 1st walkthough should be good enough and can be found here.  The consumable requirements as well as an overview of the bronze level is shown below.

The in game instructions can be found by clicking the help mark on the home or job page banners.
The job image for Ciudad Del Carmen will change with each level of mastery and the one for St. Lucia stays the same.
The 2 consumables needed for this Secret District.  Diesel Cans are needed for Ciudad Del Carmen. They can be farmed by doing the 2nd job and are giftable. They are required for jobs 6 and 9 and can be used as ammo for the Boss Fight.  Island Intels are needed for St. Lucia and can only be made by doing jobs 3 and 9 of Ciudad Del Carmen. Since job 9 of Ciudad Del Carmen requires Innocent Diesel Cans, it’s best to farm Island Intels from job 3 on the bronze level.

Ciudad Del Carmen
St. Lucia

The number of consumables required is shown below. Use Job Help requests, Crew Bonuses and 2X Mastery Boosts to reduce the number. Emerald+ VIP subscribers get an additional 1% mastery so less will be required.

Job Mastery Clicks Diesel Can [0/0]Per Job Diesel Can [0/0]Per Level Island Intel [0/0]Per Job Island Intel [0/0]Per Level
Ciudad Del Carmen
1 8% 13
2+ 6% 17
3+ 6% 17
4 5% 20
5 6% 17
6 5% 20 1 20
7 6% 17
8 5% 20
9+ 4% 25 1 25
St. Lucia
1 5% 20 2 40
2 7% 15 2 30
3 6% 17 3 51
4 6% 17 3 51
5 4% 25 4 100
District Totals 180 1,088
+Makes Consumables

The jobs on the bronze level for both districts are shown below. Two different accounts were used to show the variations in energy requirements. The requirements will vary between accounts but the Silver, Gold and Ruby levels will require 1.5, 3 and 6 times more energy than the Bronze level.

Ciudad Del Carmen
St. Lucia
Once you unlock St. Lucia, you get 30 minutes to work on it. Once it expires you need to wait 4 hours. While trying to do jobs in the St. Lucia, a very annoying boss will appear. You must defeat the boss to get back to the jobs. Once you get there, the boss will appear again. It’s an endless cycle and you will need to navigate it properly in order to finish.
You do get a warning before the boss appears and you can hold off the boss for 10 jobs using 5 reward points (not worth it!). If you don’t pay, the jobs are interrupted and you need to deal with the boss fight right then and there.
The health of this boss is the same as the last two. Bronze is 10,000, Silver is 15,000, Gold is 25,000 and Ruby is 40,000. The health will vary between accounts but it’s high enough that 30 minutes may not be enough.
The Yellow and Red combos appear once the health is down to 25% and 50% respectively. They aren’t the same for all accounts and each level has new ones so copying the ones shown here won’t work unless you are really lucky. It’s best to use the giftable consumable and attack until the health is at 25% and 50% then use the combos if you don’t want to use your stamina.
Once the 30 minute timer expires you are locked out of the St. Lucia and all progress on the boss fight resets. You can pay 10 reward points to go back but I wouldn’t recommend it.
The rewards are a bunch of mastery items and you get skill points for mastering each job on each level. The good news is you do get to keep all items from the boss fights (all levels of all fights) and there isn’t a limit on how many you can get unless Zynga changed something. For more details on the loot that drops from jobs and all levels of the mastery items, go here.


  1. After looking at the energy requirements for this, it appears they are much like LA, which means it will take forever to farm the consumables and then longer still to do St Lucia with the Boss thrown in. I'm going to pass on this. Having 2 Urban Assaults along with this and the Arena Rampage was just one more indication ZYNGA DOES NOT LISTEN TO THE PLAYERS - we don't want all this SHIT Piled on all at once!

    1. booooooo hoooooo...whine and cry!!!!!!!

  2. I agree with the first Anonymous. I have no idea what the point of the second anonymous' comment is.

    1. It's like a broken record playing the same line over and over again.
      "Zynga does not listen to the players."

      Yeah, good work there Sherlock. What was your first clue?

      The fact that people keep playing a game that they hate so much
      clearly shows they are all mentally ill.


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