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[Guide] How to Start Botting Old School Runescape with TRiBot

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How to Start Botting Old School Runescape with TRiBot

Originally posted at RSBotSpot

TRiBot is one of the most popular Old School Runescape bots. Released in 2013, it’s used by thousands of botters and has a wide selection of scripts.

TRiBot is under active development, and includes features like a break handler, proxy support, and antiban measurements.

This guide will explain how start botting Old School Runescape with TRiBot.

Create a TRiBot Account

Start by registering an account on the TRiBot forums.

Your forum login details will also be used for the TRiBot client.

Install JDK 8

In order to use TRiBot, you’ll first need to install Java Development Kit version 8 (JDK8).

You can download the official JDK8 installer here.

To download: click ‘Accept License Agreement’, click the download link for your operating system, and create an account.

Download JDK8 for Runescape

Download JDK8 for Runescape

Once downloaded, run it to install JDK8.

Download & Open TRiBot

You can download the official TRiBot client here.

Double click the TRiBot_Loader.jar file to run it.

Tip
If you experience issues, like TRiBot opening with Winrar, download and run JarFixer (Windows) and try again.

If it isn’t already, select JDK 1.8 in the ‘Java Version’ dropdown box.

Enter your login details, and click login.

 Congratulations!

You’ve installed JDK8 and got TRiBot running!

If you still need help, ask on the TRiBot forums or our Runescape botting discord.

Now it’s time to get familiar with the TRiBot repository.

TRiBot Repository Basics

The TRiBot repository is where you manage your scripts and subscriptions. It works using a credit system.

TRiBot credits cost $1 per credit, and are used to buy VIP subscriptions and scripts. You can purchase TRiBot credits with a verified PayPal account or credit card.

You can also purchase credits with Runescape gold or cryptocurrency. YoHoGold, our sister site, is a great place to buy TRiBot credits.

TRiBot Pricing

TRiBot has various subscription levels which can be seen below:

Free VIP Trial VIP VIP-Extended
$0 $1 per 2 Days $6.50 per Month $8 per Month
Access to the client Access to the client Access to the client Access to the client
Able to run one premium script at a time Able to run unlimited free, vip, and premium scripts Able to run unlimited free, vip, and premium scripts Able to run unlimited free, vip, and premium scripts
      Ability to use proxies while botting
      Access to Looking Glass feature

They best way to start would be with either VIP Trial or regular VIP. This will give you unlimited access to all VIP scripts.

There are also premium scripts which can be purchased individually.

Buy VIP Subscription

Once you have credits, you can purchase TRiBot VIP.

With VIP, you can run unlimited instances of all VIP scripts!

Select a TRiBot Script

Open the TRiBot Repository filter by category, and pick ‘Free’ (meaning free for VIP users) as price.

Here’s my search for a woodcutting script:

Download JDK8 for Runescape

TRiBot Woodcutting Script Search

Click the info button to see more.

When selecting a script to use, there are a few things you can do to ensure its quality:

  • Check last update date: An old date doesn’t always mean a script is broken. But if it hasn’t been updated in over a year, it’s typically outdated.
  • Read the 1st thread post: From the script info page, click View Thread. Here you can read details about the script’s features and usage.
  • Read last few thread pages: Read posts to get a good idea of how users feel about the script, how active the developer is, and if there are any outstanding issues.

If all of these points check out, you’ve found a solid script!

Click Activate to add it to your TRiBot script collection.

Launch Runescape

Open TRiBot, and click the New Client button to launch runescape.

Log into the Runescape account you want to bot.

Run A Script

Once Runescape has loaded, click the Start Script button at the top right.

Select your script, and click start.

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Loading Runescape & Starting a Script

Fill out the info in the GUI, and you’re good to go.

 You Did it!

Congratulations, you got your first bot running!

This is just the beginning. TRiBot has lots of scripts and other features to make your botting experience smoother.

If you’re ready to buy credits for VIP or scripts, you can do so at:

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ive downloaded tribot and it wont open anything, when I try to open it it just opens up the same download screen and keeps doing this endlessly

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yeaj its updated. its like, opening under an internet explorer app and not going anywhere, ive tried opening it through java but when I click open with>java it says to files found

 

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21 minutes ago, ericfoo6969 said:

yeaj its updated. its like, opening under an internet explorer app and not going anywhere, ive tried opening it through java but when I click open with>java it says to files found

 

Okay, my next suggestion would be to uninstall tribot completely and reinstall. You can uninstall tribot by deleting the jarfile, and then deleting the .tribot folder in you AppData roaming folder. Also, have you ever run the legit OSRS client on your computer? If so, you may need to clear your game cache. Instructions for that can be found at this link. One last thing, when you respond to someone on this site, they won't be notified unless you hit the "Quote" button under their comment, and then click "Quote Comment" in the bottom right.

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On 5/9/2020 at 7:09 PM, DomaFali said:

I have installed the JDK and updated my java to the latest version and tribot won't open. I re-installed them and still won't open. I am able to open DreamBot/RSbot without any issues. I just cannot get tribot to open. How come?

Run the tribot jar via command line, paste the error message.

Step 3 here - https://windowsreport.com/jar-file-windows/

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