Hello, I would really appreciate some advice since it's lookin kinda hopeless.
I'm getting consistent bans on p2p accounts with nFletcher, within 24-48 hours, even though I am botting with randomized breaks, doing some manual selling/restocking every 1-2 hours. I did not bot during the night, maybe 3 sessions for 3-4 hours per day TOPS.
I even did some slayer in between every 1-2 hours on my semi-main and it just got banned for 2 days regardless (ty god no perma, obviously not gonna bot on a valuable account ever again, that was dumdum)
Am I doing something wrong or what? This seems completely unprofitable and unsustainable. I am not into this as much as to create a bot farm, but I wanted to do a total of 10ish m/day on 1-2 accounts and this seems impossible.
Any advice? Thank you so much in advance
So I recently let my brother use my tribot account, I had to hand hold him through everything.
he bots for what he says is like 5 hours based on levels closer I would say more like 10 hours over 2 days. Banned.
I've botted for a fair bit on self made scripts. recently using the same one he was using a (premium), I suicide botted a fresh account 12 hours day one nothing.
Quick one here.
Botted 99 str 88 att 75 def 99 range and 94 mage + all skilling stats for barrows gloves and i got a 2 day ban a few months ago.
I just found out now about Auto clicking rapid heal at nmz and i was wanting to get 95 att and 90 def.
I know slightly randomized auto clicking is not that detectable but i was wondering how detectable it would be with my account being flagged. The fact that its randomized and i wouldnt be suiciding nmz makes me think its not that risky if im doing it for 2 hours considering i nmz legit for 2 hours anyways, just getting annoying clicking twice every minute while trying to watch a movie or something
Let me know what you think boys.
I believe Jagex relies purely on the amount of the time played, my evidence for this:
1) People report being banned for using a script, yet another person will not, this should be seen as evidence that they cannot detect the script pattern or odd behavior, or the bot client.
(For example, I ran a ranging guild script which others had warned got them banned, I ran it for at least 12 hours total, with breaks, and was never banned)
2) The only time you hear someone say they was banned, is followed by them saying that they botted for a DAY (24 hours), which suggests they ran the script for much longer than 4 hours.
3) Ask yourself, when have you banned within a couple of hours of using a script? Most likely never.
4) Jagex uses J mods to manually ban players, why would they do this if their automatic bot detection system was working?
5) I coded a macro, very basic, using pulover's macro creator (AutoHotKey) which would just fire/repair the cannon, as well as eating food when health got too low, the clicks were always in the same spot and the same time apart, I ran the script for HOURS, at least 4 in total (I was babysitting it), and was never banned.
6) Adding on to what was previously said, I also currently use a macro which switches my amour (Void Range/Ava/God Book/Rune Cbow > Void Melee/Fire Cape/Gmaul) and then it uses the special attack (all within 1 seconds :P), the mouse jumps all over the screen, moving at speeds not humanly possible, I've used it for months and still have not received anything for it, most games would detect this but RuneScape does not, you would've thought their amazing bot detection system would pick that up right?
7) It is already known that breaks reduce your chance of being banned.
Anyone got more to add?
To put this to the test, I'm going to attempt to get 99 strength and 99 ranged, I'm only going to bot for max 6 hours per day, taking breaks every 1 hour 45 minutes, for 30 minutes.
It's either this, or Jagex adds you to a list, and once you've botted too much that's when they ban you (I doubt this, they would more likely give you a 2 day ban).
I am using an autoclicker with a random delay of 1 second and 500 milliseconds what are my chances or getting banned ?
Currently attempting to bot for the first time and using a premium hunter script, striving for that 99 and right now sitting on 84 =-) I feel i am careful when i come to botting my character, i mainly watch my botting screen because i play my other two accounts as normal|<< nerdy i know. so i am able to reply to all who speak to me within moments, along with having break handler set up and every now and again mouse clicking around the screen to change my mouse data patterns around.
I ask this because of course 99 Hunter is great money, id much more envy the fashionscape of the 99 hunter cape and would onward play the character manually and level combat for a edge 13 pray g maul pker, noob life i know but sue me.
Will i get to live out this little account dream set up or is it most likely in the end most botted accounts lose the battle against jagex =p
If anyone has any info inside on the matter would be awesome if you discussed below.
Happy botting <3 hahah
UPDATE: If anyone is curious .. I decided to maximize my value on the account and botted for a full day with breaks about 2 days after this post. I picked up a permanent ban the next day.
Has anyone had experience with botting after a temporary 48 hour ban?
Just curious if you went straight back to botting? - If so, did you end up getting a permanent ban?
Did you give your account time to cool down? - If so, how long, and have you had success botting on the account since?
Did you change up your methods? - ex, Play the account manually for a while before botting again? , Change the number of hours your bot?
If you are interested, I seemed to have picked up my ban after buying 10M gold for my lvl 59 account, then buying a membership and botting runecrafting for exp , along with leather tanning for profit.
I have a flagged bot ( fresh off a 2 day ban ) that I wish to offload to a mule to protect much of my gp and items before I start botting again.
Does anyone know if trading between a flagged bot account / accounts to a common mule account will also flag the mule account?
- If the mule account has never been botted on, does the mule account face any risk of ban due to association?
** Edit: Each account is running on its own IP address / proxy and has no outside association.
Thanks! -- Tristan
Soooooooooooo, over the past month made five different accounts. I did the exact same tasks for pretty similar duration but three of them got in under a week. Two got 2-day ban. Of the two, I got one of them to 70+mining and 98 hunter almost hitting 99 (less than one mil exp). No matter what i'm doing, I can't replicate the success I had with this account. It's like... a lucky account? O_O
what do you guys think?
I was wondering if you guys could share your experience on getting a delay ban. Has anyone suicide botted for a day or two and let the account sit for couple days to see if you'd get banned or not?
Just curious because I tried it on a throw-away account as an experiment and suicided for 16 hours straight and it's been doing fine the past two days
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