Automating Account Creation
Hello fellow botters! In this guide I will show you the steps you need to take to automate the creation of Runescape accounts. At the end of this tutorial you should be
able to easily create an unlimited amount of runescape accounts at just the click of a button! You could even schedule it as a task and have a PC dedicated to creating
new accounts! In this guide I assume you understand how to: add/run scripts, use script commands, configure proxy settings, an
Running your First Script
Running your first script can be intimidating, we understand. Although users love the over 500 free scripts we provide, it can be overwhelming. You might be asking, what skill do I start with? What makes a script good? How do I know I'm not going to get banned?
Well, this blog can be referred to as a reference guide for picking your first script or your next script, in whatever skill or quest you'd like to train. Keep in mind that free scripts have limitations
Using Break Handler: A Quick Guide For Automating Breaks
Similar to the script queue, using the break handler is used to mitigate ban rates. Once you’ve loaded your account, select View > Break Handler and enter your run time, duration and randomness using the following steps:
Select the line to enter your break handler information. Do this first or your information will reset.
Filling out Run time, Duration and Occurrence credentials
Run time: This is how long the sc
Using Account Manager: A Quick Guide for Automated Account Management
Adding your RuneScape account info to the client allows you to automate two things:
Log you back into the game if you were logged out for some reason.
Start the script from the welcome screen.
This is because the Account Manager saves your account names, passwords and pins.
The Account Manager also lets users:
pick a preferred world
let the script use your bank pin
The Quick Guide to TRiBot Success: Knowing your TRiBot Client
As a beginner to TRiBot, it is critical to be familiar with the features of the TRiBot Client. All features are added to help decrease ban rates and increase efficiency. The purpose of this blog is to shorten the massive learning curve that comes with botting. Many botters go years without knowing all of the great features of TRiBot, which can often be costly since the goal is usually to bot multiple accounts at scale.
TRiBot Repository Basics for Botters
The TRiBot repository is where you manage your free and premium scripts and subscriptions. It works using a credit system. Scripts can be sorted by name, category and price, and can be searched by keyword.
Along the left side of the repository is your User Panel. Use this to navigate the repository.
The following will explain each navigation object.
Overview: This is a great place to find out what scripts you have.
Setting up your account
The guide will explain how to start botting Old School Runescape® with TRiBot.
Create a TRiBot Account
Start by registering an account on TRiBot forums
Your forum login details will also be used for the TRiBot client.
Install Java Development Kit 8 (JDK)
*Installing the JDK is no longer needed if you use one of the TRiBot installers. All of the installers are bundled with a JDK which works nicely with TRiBot.*
If using the platform
The Botter's have spoken!
We wanted to try something new out. Rather than suggesting scripts based on user count or what we objectively thought was the best script, we put the power in the hands of the people. For 2 weeks of November, we ran a test contest with the intention of seeing how active botters saw TRiBot, and who stood out among the crowd. We challenged botters to say in one or two sentences why they think a script should be voted as a Botter's Choice.
We had some great feed
Get Familiar With The Login Options
So you've signed up for TRiBot and downloaded the client. If not, please see Setting Up TRiBot
The following orientation will walk you through what everything on the client user interface does
Username and Password: Enter the same login as you did when you signed up in the TRiBot forums
Heap Size (MB): The amount of memory a client will use. The larger the heap size, the more memory used, but the higher the efficiency of the bot. For