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So F2P has been announced that it is likely coming this Friday. How have you guys been doing lately? Have you guys been getting banned much more frequently lately? Do you guys think Jagex has a temporary ace up their sleeve in terms of bot detection in this coming update? What are your thoughts on free to play?

 

-Frosty

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It wont matter much to botting at first, but with new players makes it a slight harder for jagex. It also could help with Tribot slighty with new players finding out about botting, so until we can understand their detection system it won't help us botters.

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Might even be a poll knowing Jagex,

It most likely WILL be polled (if not already). Jagex has already made the mistake once about adding a harmless duck npc called "erin" (a streamer). Needless to say, it was not polled and many players were upset with this. (in the end it was removed though)

 

http://www.reddit.com/r/2007scape/comments/24ykh5/addressing_the_recent_commotion_regarding_the/

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It most likely WILL be polled (if not already). Jagex has already made the mistake once about adding a harmless duck npc called "erin" (a streamer). Needless to say, it was not polled and many players were upset with this. (in the end it was removed though)

 

http://www.reddit.com/r/2007scape/comments/24ykh5/addressing_the_recent_commotion_regarding_the/

 

That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever read. I'm just...speechless. 

 

As for the FTP, I'm surprised people aren't more excited about not having to pay for membership for new bots, especially considering how quickly many have been getting banned. I'm guessing it's because a lot of you are worried about cuts to your profits :P

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That's the most ridiculous thing I've ever read. I'm just...speechless. 

 

As for the FTP, I'm surprised people aren't more excited about not having to pay for membership for new bots, especially considering how quickly many have been getting banned. I'm guessing it's because a lot of you are worried about cuts to your profits :P

 

Yeah I'm guessing the price of gold is going to plummet. lol

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