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[Tools] Rare Hunter - Current: SANTA HATS - v1.70 - [World switching(fixed)/looting/teleport][100+ scythes so far/100+ pumpkins/100+ masks]

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that's alot of accounts :P, are they just level 3's or did you actually quest all those accounts 

i have a couple quested (you might be able to tell which ones they are lol) and the rest are level 3s that i use to farm yews when non tradeable rares are out

just found 3 more ^.^

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^ Big thank you to a member of this site for helping me out with a spot!

hha ;D

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o.o still never had a hat, only one from mod mats pk event. 

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Havent found one single hat! Tried about 10 locations botting like 10+ each, someone help me! :'(

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i think the IDs have changed. I tried dropping my phat and starting the script and it just logged out.

It picks up phats as NPC's, which means when they're on the floor without a red dot when they are spawned. The bot is perfectly fine.


Anyway, guys, I need opinions. I want a phat set cause they're sexy as hell, and I have a 40.5m cash stack right now with a phat set, and an extra white, 2 extra reds, and 2 extra yellows. 


Do you guys think I should keep 1 set and sell the extras? Or sell them all? Because idk wtf is going on since the prices are rising and everybody is saying they're going to crash. 


Should I keep for now until like, November, right before Christmas?

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I'm stocking up on blues, they are rising.(chose blues because they are the most sought after)


next week they are dropping untradeables again, so people will continue demanding phats.

And there will be no additional supply coming into the economy, making them temporarily discontinued.

I will sell my blues once they hit 6-7m.

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