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2-Day Ban, List of Scripts/methods

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EDIT - I'd also like to mention I've only used the regular tribot client and never LG as I am clueless about da fuck LG is. I have OSRS installed on my comp but mainly use the tribot client even when legit playing.

Just got a 2 day ban on my main. I've been botting on this account for about 5 or 6 days now. Listed below is the general order of scripts I've used.

The point of this post is not to point fingers, but to provide information. I've thoroughly enjoyed the week I've botted with this client even though it came along with many hours of research and navigating the forums for updated scripts. This is not a post to discourage the use of this client, rather its a post designed to provide information so that the community may benefit from whatever mistake was made throughout my botting endeavor.

Before reading the rest I'd like to note that I've been using VIP Trial and have hand-quested, skilled, and monster slain frequently in between botting sessions. 

-ArQuest - used for about 4 quests, baby sat most of them.

-Tri Man Fighter - botted a lot of hours two days on this. Breaks were taken, babysat often, didnt seem to run into too many problems code wise

-FC Sheep Shearer- worked fine, babysat

-Tri Al-Kharid warriors - used this the most, if anything this was the most recklessly used script due to it performing consistently well. Breaks were taken, maximum 7 hour botting intervals.

-Master Walker AIO used frequently during legit playing. Didn't get stuck often but seemed to follow the exact same path in a manner that deems it questionably safe in regards to frequent use.

-Varrock museum mini quest - went very quickly....smoothly....didnt need to babysit and only used it to get first rewards.

-Tri Al-Kharid warriors used again to train

-Used some kind of bone burying script that clicked like a maniac but got the job done (for 1k reg bones) *i have multiple in my script list and am not sure which was used

-Used trial of dax fighter aio - script worked with careful GUI setup, didnt run for too long but was used at hill giants.

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Below I will list the scripts used on the eve of my ban

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-dax fighter aio for slayer task at hill giants - completed fine

-FC Woodcutting at Draynor village 1-36 - script worked well but stopped often due to consistent ip connection requests....by this i mean like evrey 5 mins i had to deal with 5 requests

*this is where the majority of my suspicion lies

-Used SigmaFlax to collect 1k flax for crafting xp, bot was fast and consistent albeit it's methods were a bit too quick and bot-like. didnt get stuck at all tho.

-OVERNIGHT i used the trial of Alpha Crafter Pro which lasts an hour. I was asleep so naturally did not see how well it ran, but woke up to the script having ended due to trial expiration (this was expected of course and part of the reason why i allowed the bot to run while I was asleep)

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I'm making a wild assumption here that SigmaFlax helped flag my account mainly due to flax picking being a highly bannable money making method.

I'd really like this post to spark discussion on safe botting methods once 2-day banned as well as properly maintained scripts. I do plan on continuing to bot however I'm not sure where to begin now as I've been away from the runescape and botting communities for about 4 years now and assume much has changed

ANYWAY, 

My thanks to the tribot team and it's scripters for providing this service and I hope that this community can grow together into something reminiscent of older botting days. 

--BaffledBobcat

 

 

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Very good description and nice layout. Tip, Don't bot on your main if you really like it. The client itself is not detected but there are some scripts that could cause this and did cause it. Try to use ABC2 implemented scripts. There a few scripts that are very common, Al-Kharid Warriors, the draynor wc,and the flax picker are very common for bots. So be careful with them. I Also recommend reading through this and understanding it before continuing as it will help A LOT!  Good luck on future botting https://tribot.org/forums/topic/35728-tutorial-for-safe-botting/#comment-431928

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Lot's of different scripts... I've learned through trial and error (and 6 perma bans on accounts I cared about) which scripts to use and which ones not to...  My list of scripts I trust is very small and consists of scripts by a handful of authors.

Make sure to use scripts that are updated recently, old scripts (>6months of no updates) are generally abandoned and don't have the most up to date antiban.  There are almost no free scripts worth using with the exception of a few of  Tri's scripts and a couple by Encoded (that I've found at least).

If you're botting on your main, don't risk it for skills that will only take you a couple hours (ie.  I got a main banned using Worthy Construction to get 50 construction... That's a task that woulda only taken a few half hour sessions).

Don't bot overnight...  Jagex does look at play time when issuing bans.  If every night when you're supposed to be sleeping, your runescape account is doing something, that is questionable...

You're smart to switch up what you're botting since no player realistically does 15 hours a day of the same skill, but it's also risky to use so many different bots because you don't know which one got you the ban. 

Trial and error on accounts you don't care about.  It sucks to buy membership and have it be banned, but realistically you can buy a 14 day bond for 2mil (~$2) and test out whatever script you want.  Worth it when you aren't getting an account you've spent hours questing on banned. 

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