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ARKMessHall Pro - Hosidius Mess Hall | HC/Ironmen | Progressive | 160k Cooking XP/hour | Custom Antiban | 1-ticking

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You're 1 click away from 99 Cooking. No gathering needed. The perfect script for Ironmen, Hardcore Ironmen and those looking for a fast and safe 99.


What is the Mess Hall?

The Hosidius Mess Hall is a Cooking Minigame in Hosidius that generates Cooking XP without needing any raw materials. Your account will fulfill orders for the Mess Hall soldiers, gaining pure XP and using the ingredients provided in the minigame. It is therefore perfect for Ironman accounts.


  • 20 Cooking
  • 45% Hosidius Favour
  • An empty inventory


Why use the Mess Hall?

The Mess Hall is a well known minigame in the Ironman community due to how effective it is with 0 preparation time. It is:

  • The fastest XP a Hardcore Ironman account can get - since it requires no items or bank slots and generates no resources - 160k XP/hour
  • The fastest way of getting 20-99 Cooking on a standard Ironman account - you do not have to fish/gather for raw food to cook
  • An excellent way of any account getting from 20-99 Cooking with a single click - Progressive Mode will automatically level your account without you needing to do anything


Why ARKMessHall Pro?

ARKMessHall Pro is built with account safety, as well as tick-efficiency in mind.

  • Offers two combining methods for your preference - 1-ticking and standard combining (click and wait)
  • Progressive Mode - will switch foods from 20-99 for optimal experience
  • Path prediction; the script will pre-emptively, occasionally, click on the next tile it should be on while cooking/interacting, allowing for optimal efficiency
  • Customisable antiban options:
    • Microbreaking will log your account out or pause in-game to simulate a real player getting distracted/needing the loo
    • Fatigue mode will gradually reduce reaction times by an impreceivable amount over time to simulate exhaustion
  • "Escape" interface closing for optimal performance
  • Middle Mouse Camera Rotation for added personalisation
  • F key tab switching for added personalisation
  • Automatic stop conditions, with the ability to stop when:
    • A Cooking level is reached
    • A certain amount of time has passed
    • 100% Hosidius favour has been obtained
  • Unique anti-profiling methods that mean every account will play the minigame slightly differtently - from how items are withdrawn from the cupboards, to which servery table is used to hand in food, every action is specific and unique to your account!


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Pushed Patch V1.01:

  • Implemented my new zoom-control antiban system that will be added to all of my scripts - this will change the zoom level periodically with the scroll wheel to better simulate a real player playing
  • Multiple anti-profiling improvements

Pushed Patch V1.02:

  • Numerical changes for optimal function
  • Further general improvements
  • GUI ease-of-use improvements
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5 hours ago, ranker said:

its a stable script , but  i get max of 108k xp hour. With What kind of configs u get 140k xp+ hour? Can u try to hop world after get less than 32% not change every run ?

It's quite difficult to tell why you aren't getting anywhere near the right amount of XP without a bit more information - obviously you need to be using 1-tick combining for 140k XP/hour and you'd need to let the script run for a good amount of time to get an accurate value, due to the microbreak system :)

It is quite heavily dependent on ping, but even with high ping you should easily get more than that in XP^ feel free to send me a gif of your account running and I can point out what's not working for you :)

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14 minutes ago, Mushrooms said:

hmm im 64 cooking but only getting like 60k xp an hour, is that standard at that lvl? default settings and haven't changed anything

Yeah, you need 65 Cooking for Pineapple Pizzas, which give the optimal XP per hour. If you just leave it running with Progressive Mode, it will switch automatically when you reach 65 :) 

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11 hours ago, Ark said:

Yeah, you need 65 Cooking for Pineapple Pizzas, which give the optimal XP per hour. If you just leave it running with Progressive Mode, it will switch automatically when you reach 65 :) 

ahh okay cool, thanks. solid script though! world hopper can be slow but i assume thats handled by the client

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2 hours ago, Mushrooms said:

ahh okay cool, thanks. solid script though! world hopper can be slow but i assume thats handled by the client

How fast you hop worlds is based on your own latency/server response time - so it's dependent more on your internet or the server speeds than anything :P Ping does affect XP a decent amount with high yield methods like this :)

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