Hello, I'm looking to start a joint venture with someone (preferably experienced) to start botting OSRS on a large scale. I used to bot instagram with hundreds of accounts using CPA until they cracked down hard on bots in recent times. Ive botted OSRS in the past but I want to take it to the next level.
We can pool our resources together and start making money together with your methods. Or you could teach me your methods and I will give you a percentage of the profits that I make while botting. I know the basics, I have plenty of free time to bot (all day and night) and I have plenty of cash to scale it up quickly. So if you are interested in working with me feel free to contact me on here or on discord via my username Maglincer#1280.
Thanks for reading!
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Gold Farming - Part 1 - Account Safety
So here is the long awaited gold farming guide that everyone has been waiting for. In this series we will be talking about various account safety measures to keep your account working for you, long term. I cannot stress this enough that even with every safety precaution you use, it is STILL possible to get banned, so only bot on accounts you do not care about. Lets get started.
Arguably the most important aspect when you want to start a farm. Keeping accounts separated and on different IP networks will keep your accounts from being noticed while creating and when botting. Jagex will temporarily block certain IPs from creating accounts if they notice you are making them in bulk, for instance an example of poor account creation vs. correct account creation:
Poor Account Creation:
You create 4 accounts within an hour, the 5th account you make is blocked because you created too many accounts on a single IP, now you must wait for your IP to be unsuspended creating a flagged IP that Jagex now watches over. You are now limited to making accounts and now you are wasting time.
Correct Account Creation:
You create 4 accounts over 2 proxies, IP1 and IP2. You make 2 accounts on IP1 and 2 accounts on IP2, now since you didn't make bulk accounts on 1 IP you are still free to make more accounts by oscillating between the two IPs. By doing this you relieve stress on a single IP which could of possibly been marked as flagged causing future accounts to be watched over and banned faster.
Have you ever seen a default level 3 character with green pants, brown shirt, and bald? Well he either doesn't care about his account or he's misinformed about how to gold farm correctly. Appearance makes the bot, if you want to be successful you need to act the part. Dressing your character up may not sound like it will do much but it will. Almost all bans come from player reports. Legit players feel the need to ban your bots because they feel it is unfair that you are using a system to produce resources while they can't, this is the incentive to ban bots. If you had 2 accounts, 1 with default "bob" look and 1 with full rune, it is more likely that your default character will be reported more often than the account with full Rune. Now this is not always the case as Jagex will have automated bot detection system that will ban you either way, but if you are using "looking glass" having your account look more legit will improve your longevity and overall success rate. Putting that extra 5 minutes of work to dress your character up will be very worth it in the end.
If you were to guess which one of these two accounts were a bot, the obvious answer would be the left one because the right account looks like a splasher. The real answer is that they are both bots, but since people think the right account is just been splashing "afk" it'll reduce the chances of player bans, which overall will reduce the chance of getting banned. While the account on the left just screams "bot" and will most likely be banned within 24 hours. This is just an example of an outfit you could potentially use on your accounts, and it is better to mix up your outfits rather than to have all your bots dressed up the same. The goal here is to simulate a real player.
Account Stats and Questing:
Account stats and quests are the numbers Jagex can use to determine a bot. If you want to make your accounts last randomize your skills you train and do some quests every now and then. F2P accounts are limited to the number of items they can trade over the GE or to another player for the first 17 hours (correct me if I'm wrong), but this can be over come by getting 8 quest points (also not 100% sure of this number). From my experience players who have a large number of F2P quests done will be more lenient when they are caught botting and will receive a 2-14 day ban before they are permanently. Don't be lazy and only level up the skill you are using to gold farm, but take some time and work on your botting accounts to make sure they look legit. This way they will last a lot longer than an average bot.
Since we know that appearance matters, and player reports play a role in being banned, staying undetected is a major key in dodging player reports. How to stay undetected? Bot in various areas that correspond to your botting habits. If you are using a Fletching Script, you are better off either botting in a very public place with many people on 1 square, for example the Grand Exchange in World 2, OR botting in an empty bank booth that you know no one will come to. Avoiding real players is the best way to stay unbanned, but this does not mean you cannot stay undetected forever. Jagex bot system is a lot better than you think it is. Botting large amount of hours is very risky and unnecessary for long term profit. However this should not shy you away from botting 24/7 which is very possible, but bans will come almost always.
Normal humans do not play for extended periods of times, if you want to reduce your bans use breaks according to what you set your age to when creating the account. Jagex will use this "age" variable to determine if it is possible for this player to be playing for long hours. For example if you set your age to 10-15, Jagex knows that you are likely to be in elementary school/high school which will determine your hours of play. Teenagers usually get out of school at 2-3PM EST so if they see that you are playing 12 hours a day, but your age is set to 13, this will be a huge indicator that you are a bot. Depending on your type of bot farm (which I will cover in part 2) you can either break this rule or follow it. Do not be discourage with this number, it is still very possible to have 24/7 bot farms then run all the time but they require a bit more work and knowledge on how to run.
Proxies overall are a great investment for gold farming. Basically proxies help you separate your accounts from being chain banned. What is chain banning? Chain banning is when all of your accounts you are botting are on a single IP address, lets say 1 account on this IP address is banned for botting. Jagex will then run a check on that IP to see if there are any other accounts on that IP that are also botting, if they detect any sort of suspicious activity then they do a mass ban on that single IP and wipe all the accounts associated with that IP. This means even if you have 5 account botting and only 1 of the 5 account gets caught, all 5 will still get banned. The way around this is to separate your IP address which each account so they have their own special space to avoid contact with other accounts. An example of correctly using proxies vs. not using proxies would be as so:
Not Using Proxies:
You have 10 accounts all botting on the same IP. Each of them are doing different tasks, fishing, woodcutting, mining, smithing etc. However Bot 3 is caught by Jagex's detection system. Jagex now runs a check on that IP to see if there are any other accounts associated with this IP. They find the other 9 accounts and ban all 10 accounts with 1 single click. You have now just wasted time and resources.
You have 10 accounts all botting on different IP. Each of them are doing different tasks, fishing, woodcutting, mining, smithing etc. This time Bot 5 is caught by Jagex's detection system. Jagex runs a check on Bot 5's IP address and sees no other bots on that IP. Your other 9 accounts are now safe from Bot 5's mistake by being caught. Now each account does not need it's own unique IP addresses, it really depends on what type of "Bot Farm" you want to run (this will be covered in another guide in the future). Some farms will be sufficient enough so that you can have multiple accounts on an IP and so on and so forth.
The most important rule of gold farming when you are starting out is documenting all your work, with all your steps. Why? If you get banned you can check your logs to see where you went wrong, and can prevent it from happening again. Lots of new people fail to realize how important this step is when gold farming because it requires lots of work to maintain information, however once you get the hang of it like I have it will only take you a few minutes everyday to update your docs. I recommend having your information on a spreadsheet such as Google Docs, with all information regarding the account in the cells.
An example template will be used here. I document all my information in my Google Docs everyday when checking and looting accounts:
As you can see I have everything from my account login to my total amount of gold made. Keeping track of your membership and account gold will vastly improve your chances of being successful while gold farming. Remember don't be lazy this will pay off in the end, and keep grinding.
An example of some of the cells being filled in will result in your ending cells to look like this (This is from last summer when I ran my Tau GE Bot Farm):
Further more I also document what I need to do next time, and work towards little goals everyday which add up tremendously.
This is just an example of what you could do depending on what kind of bot farm you want to be running. Overall the more organized you are the better off you will be, if you are serious about making money gold farming you need to treat this as a real job, as you will be making real money. Mule your gold on Legit looking accounts and sell regularly with accurate gold prices, and do not get ripped off as lots of gold resellers will try to "low ball" your gold. I would highly recommend selling your gold to big time gold resellers as it will greatly reduce your chances of being scammed when selling. If you need help looking for gold prices, feel free to PM me as I document resellers average buy prices everyday.
My Payouts are directly deposited to my IRL Bank account after I receive it via PayPal.
This about wraps up Part 1 of my Gold Farming Series. Be sure to follow me by going to my profile here: https://tribot.org/forums/profile/67302-pwningcows/ and click the "follow" button to be noticed when my other parts are released!
I have been trying out many different methods for gold farming on OSRS with various degrees of success. I have some successful long term / higher level "safe" bots, and I have begun to experiment with "Suicide botting".
Just curious to know, with regards to gold farming, which option the community thinks is better / has had the best experience with?
- High volume of suicide bots / low gp per hour tasks / low investment
- High volume suicide bots / med - high gp per hour tasks / p2p with high initial gp investment to get started or high skill req
- Long term focused bots following safe botting practices / med - high gp per hour targets / varying req / private or custom scripts
- Long term focused bots following safe botting practices / low - high gp per hour targets / varying req / public scripts
- EDIT: Combination of the above methods for a balanced overall gold farming system
Let me know your thoughts! - No specifics related to your private botting tasks / methods required
I've recently been banned on 7 accounts due to me running 10 on the same IP address and i need to know if it is possible to use socks 5 proxies on 10 accounts or more spread out on different IP's on the same computer?
Hi guys I'm new to tribotting, and just coming back to runescape to gold farm it after almost 15 years, I remember enjoying the game when I was younger and doing pretty well at it gaining a combat skill level of 76 and 80+ in mining at the time in the f2p content. I've recently decided to build a premium desktop and try my hand at botting, after reviewing the website playerauctions.com which I have bought from in the past for a French game called "Dofus", to my surprise runescape was practically the top seller on the website with many sellers making 200-600k usd a year o.o. Through some simple addition you can even go back and see how much the sellers are making and the top seller was pulling in 3000-4000$ some days just off old school runescape and selling items/accounts/currency in several other games as well. I'm aware that to be on that scale there is most likely a small team running that account, but I'd like to be able to make 200-1000$ a day and give up my 9 to 5 and do this for a living to spend more time with my family and give myself a career I actually enjoy.
So here's what I'm working for as far as computer specs:
mobo: Asus rampage V edi 10
cpu: intel x99 series 6950x overclocked 38% at 4.1ghz all 10 cores
ram: 32gb gskill 3200
Ssd: Samsung 980 evo 1 tb
gpu: 2x geforce 1080 ti's in sli stock frequency due to not being water cooled atm
internet speed: 1gb up/down
So I've done about 3 weeks of research so far with tribot bought scripts this past weekend and ran a single bot under a proxy, I did tutorial island fought some goblins up to 5 attack/str/defense did a couple quests, not a whole lot to be honest but I took my time this was all over a 2 day span before I tested out the scripts, I started off with a wood cutting script which looked amazing, then I tried out a mining script which with the stock settings had me getting out mined left and right but after adjusting the settings I was able to get a good amount of ores quickly however it definitely looked bot like instantly snapping onto ores one after the other. Lastly I tried a combat script, which definitely looked bot like, one only attacking monsters in a circled radius, and 2 even though it offers leveling without food it will continue to challenge monsters with 2% health left suiciding itself, needless to say after only running scripts for about 2 hours no more than 15 minutes at a time and then manually controlling my character it was already banned this morning. I understand from the forums the ends and out of bans and how insanely good jagex has got at bot detection over the years, but even with the suggested botting methods and slowly gaining 20 bots it doesn't add up to how people are making 3000-4000$ a day and selling in several other games potentially making 5000-10000$ on a good day. So guys I'm looking for a guru to take me under their wings and help turn me into a botting machine over the next year!
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Unfortunately, the accounts which were imported today were using an unsupported password hashing algorithm. Hence, random passwords were set during the import.
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Last week we tried to roll out Auth0 Login, but we lost that battle. Now it's time to win the war!
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To better support the upcoming changes (TRiBot X, new repository), we're switching our login handler to Auth0. Instead of logging in with the standard form, you'll now be required to login through our Auth0 application.
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What does this mean for users?
Your account credentials are now even more securely stored
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Is there anything users have to do differently now?
Existing users: You'll have to login with the standard login, open your Account Settings, then link your Auth0 account
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The new apps we are creating (such as the new repository) aren't able to use the forums to handle user logins
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Over the past month, we've been working hard on TRiBot's new repository - a much needed update. This change has been deemed necessary for TRiBot X, and will allow us to really speed up development of all aspects of TRiBot.
Today we are going to share what we've been working on!
Now you must be wondering what kind of features the new repository will have.... well, you'll have to be patient for a little while longer. We're still figuring out various technical aspects so we can't provide answers to all possible questions. We're also focusing on development rather than writing about it so that everyone can get access to our latest developments at lightning speed. I will however answer a few users' questions.
We're planning on a release of this early to mid August, giving users some goodies before TRiBot X's release.
Thank you all for being patient. I hope everyone is excited as much as I am!
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