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  1. what are the "5 optimal quest" needed to maximize exp in the nightmare zone?

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      exuals

      Lost City, The Grand Tree, Vampire Slayer, Tree Gnome Village & Fight Arena.

      All melee monsters, all hit low and have decent point returns.

  2. https://tribot.org/forums/index.php?/topic/6773-exuals-application/ Could I get that rank back? I need VIP level access to write a couple scripts the public has been requesting. I was given a higher ranked before I quit (back when TriBot affiliated with 07scripts, had sponsor) and then lost it after that fell through. If you need code examples, could I provide them in an alternate API until I get VIP access? I wrote a Nightmare Zone bot recently along with some others. I write my scripts in a node-based priority queue framework, this allows me to rearrange the order of the nodes being executed during runtime to push important tasks to the front (Eating food before we die, running from a player, etc). The main class, NodeController, handles the rearranging of the execution order and painting while actual code is all contained in separate nodes. This allows for massive code re-usability as I can create generic nodes for handling common tasks and then set priorities and ordering to quickly develop new scripts. @Druid, feel free to explain why you said "no", could it perhaps be out of dislike and you're once again being immature on an argument?
  3. Please don't lie. The optimal bosses for points require a strict set of 5 quests, the more, the worse bosses, more damage, less damage you deal, etc.
  4. Hey Texan. I'm a developer from a different website who also made a Nightmare Zone bot, I'd love to talk to you about some of your methods and maybe we could both improve our scripts for our respective communities. I have the methods for getting the points, absorption points, lowering health and a couple other useful things with entering & setting dreams. I'll add your Skype, Exuals.
  5. I'll give it a shot, I love challenges. Skype: "imawhorebaby"
  6. 1) Snipplets: World Switching: https://tribot.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=7075 2) Tutorials: None as of now, I'm a horrid teacher, I may make a commentary scripting video in the future however. 3) Randoms/updates submitted: N/A 4) Scripts available to the public: (Some of my sources are on my other computer, currently don't have access) AIO Fighter: https://tribot.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=2635 Al-Kharid Warriors: https://tribot.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=2272 Range Guild: https://tribot.org/forums/showthread.php?tid=6634 | http://pastebin.com/qbbqNbQT 5) Short biography / Coding Experience: I'm a 19 year old university student in Game Development, currently entering third year. I've been programming in c++ for some time, I recently picked up Java to learn how to write scripts for TRiBot. 6) Reasons why you feel you deserve Scripter: I've provided a lot of helpful remarks, especially in scripting help as well as privately help other scripters with issues. My clients all love my premium script, exTunnels, which has 150+ hour proggys. I intend to continue releasing free content along with continuing exTunnels. While 07scripts didn't work out, I did however stay with TRiBot instead of moving onto their new project, I'm hoping that won't hurt my chances too much. 7) What you plan to provide the community with: I'm always writing scripts that I release if I feel they're stable enough. I plan on writing more scripts while trying to be a helpful asset to the community. I have lots of ideas and constantly am progressing to better and better scripts. 8) Do you agree to continue to not only update, but provide more free, open sourced scripts to the community? Yes
  7. Need a snippet for scripter rank Usage (When logged out): "switchWorld(53) private boolean isWorldSelectOpen() { if (Login.getLoginState() == Login.STATE.LOGINSCREEN) { Color tmpC = Screen.getColorAt(100, 200); if (tmpC.getBlue() == 0 && tmpC.getRed() == 0 && tmpC.getGreen() == 0) return true; } return false; } private boolean openWorldSelect() { if (Login.getLoginState() == Login.STATE.LOGINSCREEN) { Mouse.clickBox(10, 465, 100, 495, 0); sleep(500, 1000); if (isWorldSelectOpen()) return true; } return false; } private boolean login(String user, String pass) { if (Login.getLoginState() == Login.STATE.LOGINSCREEN) { this.status = "Logging In"; if (Login.login(user, pass)){ return true; } } return false; } private boolean logout() { if (Login.getLoginState() == Login.STATE.INGAME) { this.status = "Logging Out"; if (Login.logout()){ return true; } } return false; } private boolean switchWorld(int world) { if (!isWorldSelectOpen()) openWorldSelect(); this.status = "Switching Worlds"; if (world == 1 || world == 2 || world == 6 || world == 9) return false; int xCoord = 0, yCoord = 0; switch (world) { case 1: yCoord = 95; xCoord = 250; break; case 2: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 1); xCoord = 250; break; case 3: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 2); xCoord = 250; break; case 4: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 3); xCoord = 250; break; case 5: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 4); xCoord = 250; break; case 6: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 5); xCoord = 250; break; case 9: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 6); xCoord = 250; break; case 10: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 7); xCoord = 250; break; case 11: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 8); xCoord = 250; break; case 12: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 9); xCoord = 250; break; case 13: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 10); xCoord = 250; break; case 14: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 11); xCoord = 250; break; case 17: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 12); xCoord = 250; break; case 18: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 13); xCoord = 250; break; case 19: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 14); xCoord = 250; break; case 20: yCoord = 95; xCoord = 340; break; case 21: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 1); xCoord = 340; break; case 22: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 2); xCoord = 340; break; case 25: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 3); xCoord = 340; break; case 26: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 4); xCoord = 340; break; case 27: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 5); xCoord = 340; break; case 28: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 6); xCoord = 340; break; case 29: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 7); xCoord = 340; break; case 30: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 8); xCoord = 340; break; case 33: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 9); xCoord = 340; break; case 34: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 10); xCoord = 340; break; case 35: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 11); xCoord = 340; break; case 36: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 12); xCoord = 340; break; case 37: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 13); xCoord = 340; break; case 38: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 14); xCoord = 340; break; case 41: yCoord = 95; xCoord = 440; break; case 42: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 1); xCoord = 440; break; case 43: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 2); xCoord = 440; break; case 44: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 3); xCoord = 440; break; case 45: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 4); xCoord = 440; break; case 46: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 5); xCoord = 440; break; case 49: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 6); xCoord = 440; break; case 50: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 7); xCoord = 440; break; case 51: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 8); xCoord = 440; break; case 52: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 9); xCoord = 440; break; case 53: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 10); xCoord = 440; break; case 54: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 11); xCoord = 440; break; case 57: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 12); xCoord = 440; break; case 58: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 13); xCoord = 440; break; case 59: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 14); xCoord = 440; break; case 60: yCoord = 95; xCoord = 520; break; case 61: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 1); xCoord = 520; break; case 62: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 2); xCoord = 520; break; case 65: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 3); xCoord = 520; break; case 66: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 4); xCoord = 520; break; case 67: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 5); xCoord = 520; break; case 68: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 6); xCoord = 520; break; case 69: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 7); xCoord = 520; break; case 70: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 8); xCoord = 520; break; case 73: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 9); xCoord = 520; break; case 74: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 10); xCoord = 520; break; case 75: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 11); xCoord = 520; break; case 76: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 12); xCoord = 520; break; case 77: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 13); xCoord = 520; break; case 78: yCoord = 95 + (24 * 14); xCoord = 520; break; default: switchWorld(General.random(1, 78)); break; } Mouse.clickBox(xCoord, yCoord, xCoord + General.random(-5, 5), yCoord + General.random(-5, 5), 0); sleep(500, 1000); if (isWorldSelectOpen()) return true; return false; }
  8. I'll sell you world hopping methods, add my skype: imawhorebaby usage: switchWorld(56);
  9. http://puu.sh/2zGBf Will be available for VIPs on www.google.com soon.
  10. http://puu.sh/2zGBf Available soon for VIPs on www.google.com
  11. A lot of randoms have to be done per script as they cannot be run in a separate thread, at least read the topics.
  12. interfaceChild.click() does generate a random point. I agree, using interfaces are better than color finding.
  13. Man, you must burn money so fast.
  14. I couldn't even setup Eclipse properly two weeks ago, I wrote a flawless Sudoku bot a week ago. ok good for you, you know how to copy and paste. I wrote every method myself, actually. Just because you can't understand simple programming concepts, doesn't mean you need to insult me.
  15. Of course. Private scripts are almost never banned. This script will most likely be 5$/1m.