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Hello everyone

I am a returning player to old school runescape and I am also new to the tribot community. I'm not very familiar with botting and scripting but I have an idea about how they work.

Back in 2015 few of my accounts were banned for botting non stop. No breaks were taken at all. Now I'm back to game and I want to use scripts because alot of skills are very boring to grind and I don't have the time. But this time I want to do it safely. I know and understand there is no way you prevent getting banned 100% but I want to reduce the chances as much as possible.

My question is to all the experts in this community who has been botting for long times without getting banned. How many hours do you bot a day ? And are the safety measurements you took to make your botting humanlike as much as possible ? What settings do you use for the break handler ?

I also want to know what are the best scripts which provides anti-ban and are proven to be better than the most ? Or what script authors are well known for building reliable scripts?

Last but not least, what are the best money making scripts for multiple accounts to generate maximum profits, I have like 6 accounts. I have bought everything from this community and I'm ready to go. Premium vip extended bot. Scripts. And proxy sockets. What is the best method or setup to run multiple accounts with breaks and afk settings ?

I'm sorry for asking alot of questions, but I'm kinda lost and I need guidance. If anyone is willing to help me I can give them 20m gold in OSRS or even pay with real money through PayPal.

Thank you

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You could check out my botting to max series, if youre interested  in what I did it was basically just using LG all the time, i rarely ran more than 6 hours a day,, and often switched methods (Although this shouldnt make too much of a difference)

My best advice is look at all the advanced settings of any scripts you buy and customize them to be how you think you would look playing the game

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