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Scripter Requirements and Application Guidelines

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Hello and welcome, if you're reading this you are probably interested in applying for the rank of Scripter.


  • Unlimited access to the TRiBot client (No VIP needed).
  • Ability to sell Premium Scripts once you earn the Premium Scripter rank.
  • Respect and recognition among the community for the desire to advance the quality of scripts available to the public.


  • Minimum 3 Open Source Community Scripts
    • Application reviewers should be able to download the source and run the scripts locally, don’t leave out any code required to run the scripts
    • All scripts being applied with must have been uploaded to the repository more than 30 days from applying
    • At least one script being applied with must demonstrate use of a GUI
  • Adequate Java and TRiBot API knowledge
  • Active community involvement

How to Apply

  1. First you must post a new thread in this subforum using the application format found here.
  2. In the application please only include open sourced code you are applying with to be evaluated.
  3. Anyone with the rank of Scripter is allowed and highly encouraged to post in your application thread and their opinions  which factor into the final decision.
  4. Ultimately, it will come down to the decision of Encoded/Nullable on whether you have been accepted or not.
  5. That's about it, be patient and wait for your application to be processed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Hey I can't reply to my application thread!
A: Only Scripters(+) may reply to your thread, use the edit button to make any changes

Q: Can I apply with one script?
A: No, the minimum is three and we are expecting the highest quality if you are applying with the minimum.

Q: Do you have to have Scripter rank to sell Premium Scripts?
A: Yes.

Q: What happens if I stop maintaining my contributions to the public and only write Premium Scripts after I get the Scripter rank?
A: It will be removed and you will not be able to re-apply for (30) days.

Q: How long does it take for an application to be reviewed?
A: Please allow us up to (72) hours to fully review your application.

Q: So how many scripts should I apply with then to get Scripter?
A: The more high quality, useful (from the Community's perspective) pieces of code you supply --- the better your chances are at submitting a successful application.

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