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I think my time on runescape has come to and end.

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with jagex's ban rates on bots now and the fact that any main i did have has been banned i think i should quit. I have tried in the last week to bot up 2 new mains but they keep getting banned. i mainly botted over night and quested through the day over spring break but the accounts just keep getting banned. so getting an account to where they need to get just doesnt seem feasable anymore.

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I just got banned tonight too. Running premium scripts only, using proxies and always being at the computer or around the computer to check it. Just out of no where, while I was watching the screen my account got forced logged and was perm banned. 11 years on the account, 170m on runescape classic, 40m on OSRS and 300m on rs3 as well as maxed on rs3 and its just perm banned. Im a little upset because I was going to sell the OSRS gold, but other than that I dont really care because I'm done. I'm a 24 year old man and I shouldnt give a fuck about this game as I dont give a fuck about any other game, so why should I get all sad and upset over runescape? I played it safe, I didnt gold farm and I stayed at the computer to socialize and not be another nameless bot abusing Jagex's game for profit. So if they want to perm ban all of us and think that we're just going to make a new account and put membership on it, well fuck them. Eventually it's just all going to be legit noobs who play RS and they arent going to be getting enough money to support their new fancy updates.

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I've been botting two accounts, both at the same time, both on the same computer, for the last week and a half and they're doing fine.

 

I played on both of these accounts legit for a week or two, now I bot my regular playing hours, and shut them off when I go to sleep.

 

Currently working on getting all skills 40+, so far combat is done. 

 

I botted combat at rock crabs, which is usually a high banrate. 

 

I don't know, seems fine to me. 

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I've been botting two accounts, both at the same time, both on the same computer, for the last week and a half and they're doing fine.

 

I played on both of these accounts legit for a week or two, now I bot my regular playing hours, and shut them off when I go to sleep.

 

Currently working on getting all skills 40+, so far combat is done. 

 

I botted combat at rock crabs, which is usually a high banrate. 

 

I don't know, seems fine to me. 

I bot my pure and play legit on my main (which was mostly botted, stopped botting it on september since the ban rate went to the skies lol), and my pure was banned yesterday, i trained in the same spot (12-20 hours without breaks) 20-99 str and 30-85 ranged before getting hammered, i had lots of fun pking so I will probably just aim for 99 str and stop botting it, the account lasted roughly 55 days or so.

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