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About bbuu20

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    I'm a second year computer science student, and enjoy making osrs bots.

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  1. Great, good luck! It can be frustrating at the beginning, but if you keep at it, you'll find a way to make it work.
  2. bbuu20

    Refund please

    The average xp/hr at ammonite crabs for a legit player at level 68 range is 40k xp/hr. Compare this to your level 59 range, and you'll find that 36k/hr is actually above the expected rate. People train ammonite/sand crabs due to the lack of required interaction, and the fact that it is so cheap, not because of insane xp rates (although the rates are respectable). This is why it's such a good thing to bot: It doesn't require a whole lot of interaction, and therefore is harder to detect.
  3. The biggest thing that turns off new botters from botting spending a bunch of money on accounts (Bonds, buying accounts, proxies, etc), and then getting wave banned. I believe that new botters should start off by suicide botting on a local machine with a free vpn (Just so your home ip and/or location doesn't get permanently flagged). When suicide botting, you bot a f2p account through tut island and get 7 qps with scripts, and then run some f2p script for a few hours before trading everything to a mule account. This way, you can learn about the possibility, and even the certainty, of getting every account banned, but still making money. Once you have a system in place, you can begin purchasing bonds and accounts (if you wish), and running member's scripts that make more money, like blast furnace/blast mine, zulrah, etc. You shouldn't spend any money (Aside from the cost of vip) until you have a serious, proven way to bot while minimizing bans, because you will simply lose money if you don't have a unique, working approach to botting.
  4. No matter how good the tribot antiban is, or how good an individual script is, there is no guarantee that you won't be banned. I've had 3 main accounts permabanned in my time botting. It's just a bad idea to bot on an account that you care about, because you are going to get banned at some point if you keep going (Especially for 12 hours in one day). My advice for anyone is to bot on alternate accounts, and get the gold to your main somehow, or sell it. Longterm, botting will always result in a ban. Once your two days is up, unless you want to be permabanned within a week, you should never bot on that account again.
  5. Welcome! Apologies on the behalf of everyone for the late response.
  6. I’ll be adding a GUI with multiple text fields for arguments, as well as a tick box for character customization and a scroll box for selecting if the player should walk somewhere when it ends. I’ll also add the option to enable/disable fixed mode.
  7. At the moment there isn't any way to interact with the script, it simply follows the written code. I am working on some antiban features including a better name choosing system, but I'm not sure when it will be done.
  8. The most recent update, which implemented the character customization feature as well as some bugfixes, was released a few days ago. I'm currently improving the anti-ban features, but I'm not sure when the next big update will be out. If you have any issues with the script, let me know and I'll work on it asap!
  9. It sounds like you need jarfix. You can find it at the link below. https://johann.loefflmann.net/en/software/jarfix/index.html Where does it print that? Is it a pop-up? You may have to try running runescape from the official client once, and/or try clearing your game cache and then re-run tribot. You can also try deleting your .tribot folder at %appdata%\.tribot
  10. Thanks for the shoutout! Before using tribot, I used powRbot (I see we're disguising names), and runem8 mainly. I actually got pretty good with the powRbot api, and made a few solid scripts. However, they wouldn't let me upload my scripts to the repository, so I decided to switch to tribot in hopes of ultimately becoming a scripter (still my goal), since I knew you guys actually let people upload scripts. Things I like about tribot: 1.) Large user-base compared to most alternatives (The largest?) 2.) Excellent open source scripts 3.) Ability to run as many clients as you want, for as long as you want 4.) Really easy to run clients attached to a proxy 5.) The option to write local scripts, and run them without the IDE open (Saves a lot of resources) 6.) This one should be a big selling point: The option to turn down client fps, and change heap size. I can run at least 8x the amount of clients with tribot than I could with powRbot The only thing that I don't like about tribot is the fact that the forums aren't as active as some other sites. Despite having thousands of people using the client at any given time, it's sometimes difficult to get a forum response within 24 hours. This isn't a huge deal, and I realize there isn't much the can be done about it, but it feels a bit lonely.
  11. You can use free scripts, but there is no real client for mobile. You’ve been lied to.
  12. I've been trying to implement abc2 into my tutorial island script, but I thought it may be easier if I started from scratch. Since then, I've been working on a mining script that mines and banks, and I thought that I did a pretty good job of implementing abc2. Upon running the script however, I noticed that there were a few things off. 1.) Despite being called whenever the player is animating, the timed actions don't seem to actually do anything. 2.) Sometimes when mining, the abcutil will decide if the mouse should hover over the next target. This is good and working how it should, but when it's done mining the current rock, it doesn't actually click on the rock that was hovered over. I was hoping some of you could look at my code, and help me get to the bottom of these issues. The problem has to either be in Antiban.java, Mine.java, or maybe both. Source code: https://github.com/bbuu20/Tribot/tree/master/Bbuu20's%20Dynamic%20Miner/src/scripts
  13. There's no real bot client for mobile. Those are simply auto-clickers, and they don't feature a lower ban rate than any pc botting client. I assume you watched that sirpugger video where he interviewed an owner and an admin of some "Undisclosed" mobile client. I hate to tell you this, but those were actors.
  14. I'm just curious, why do you want to get accounts banned?
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