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OSRS Safe Mule Guide

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Guide for safe muling

These guide will teach you how to mule your botted goods safely without getting banned.

 

Requirements:

1.A level 4 combat account.

2.A mule (preferably with a proxy)

3.10 minutes

 

Tutorial:

Step 1: Give all your gold you have to your level 4 combat account.

Step 2: go to staking arena with your mule and your level 4 combat account.

Step 3 : Say  I am the best ,I am risking (amount of gold) (fight me)   

Step 4: put up a stake with (Some Amount using your mule) and (add the)(Amount of money)and duel the mule)

Step 5: Make sure your mule has good str

step 6: your mule will win and it will look legit.

 

 

 

Results

Since you put some amount of money it will look legit and it will look like you are actually fighting an idiot so it wont be traceable back to you.

 

 

If it worked for you please comment :D

 

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10 minutes ago, FALSkills said:

I've always gone with the "Right click -> Trade" method.

seems to complicated imo. i prefer to drop the gold on my home IP then quickly speed down the road in my car to my friends house (i prestart it before dropping the gold)

and loot the gold on friends houses IP and while trying to avoid a 30 minute convo with his mom before leaving 

it works about 45% of the time. sometimes im to late but its deff better then paying for proxies and VIP to use proxies xdddd

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I only use my mule accounts on Airplane wifi. Not the wifi you get in the airport but the actual wifi of the plane you're flying in. Naturally you need to operate a farm of about 300 accs to cover the cost of air fair but none of my mules have been banned even a singular time.

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2 hours ago, Jab said:

I like home teleporting to lumbridge on my mule and taking all my botting accounts there and trading them :)

 

4 hours ago, HarmedOreIsLeet said:

seems to complicated imo. i prefer to drop the gold on my home IP then quickly speed down the road in my car to my friends house (i prestart it before dropping the gold)

and loot the gold on friends houses IP and while trying to avoid a 30 minute convo with his mom before leaving 

it works about 45% of the time. sometimes im to late but its deff better then paying for proxies and VIP to use proxies xdddd

 

1 hour ago, Prankxter said:

I only use my mule accounts on Airplane wifi. Not the wifi you get in the airport but the actual wifi of the plane you're flying in. Naturally you need to operate a farm of about 300 accs to cover the cost of air fair but none of my mules have been banned even a singular time.

These method is recommended if jagex is suspicious that you might be running a bot farm or selling gold

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On 4/2/2017 at 7:20 AM, HarmedOreIsLeet said:

seems to complicated imo. i prefer to drop the gold on my home IP then quickly speed down the road in my car to my friends house (i prestart it before dropping the gold)

and loot the gold on friends houses IP and while trying to avoid a 30 minute convo with his mom before leaving 

it works about 45% of the time. sometimes im to late but its deff better then paying for proxies and VIP to use proxies xdddd

This is absolutely golden XD

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