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[ANTILURE][ANTIBAN][24HR+PROGGIES]Sol's Jungle Nature Crafter

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i got banned on my 6th and last rc acc 1-2 days ago. Strange thing was, was that i wasn't logged in and hadn't logged in/botted for about 12-24hrs before i went to log in and find the account disabled.

eithor way, from 6 runecrafting accounts using this script, all were banned however all more than made back any costs and overall added a nice profit to still make it worth it :)

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I'm online guys

Is this locked to one IP address? I have a VPS that I tend to run for one account and then my main which I run on my home computer.

No it doesn't. I do not set a limit of usage.

Does this script buy existing pure essence in the shop? Asking because there's a rcing guild in world 57 that keeps a constant supply of ess in the shop.

Yes it should be doing that.

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Sent you a PM. Waiting for you to add me on skype to verify :)

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alright I added you all those who pm'd me. So far I haven't gotten any reports of bans so it seems like its dieing slowly or the antiban is actually working.

Working on 2.10:

- very small fixes

- testing the pouches for any buggs gonna run a 15min-30min proggie.

- super energy potions will be auto detected[bEING WORKED ON]

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really love the nat bot man, thanks. as for some sort of feedback, i find the route isnt 100% safe for lvl 3s since snakes can sometimes hit... might be a good idea to add support foe eating/buying food from the shop. but really ive only gotten below 5hp once in like 9 hours so its no problem. great bot. Lvl 14 is cmb for non agro so if i decide not to be lazy, there will be no risk at all.

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[attachment=1154] heres a proggy from last night.

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