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Weekend botting?

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If I understood it correct, all macroing bans are manually issued by Mod Weath. I've also understood he isn't working during the weekend. Isn't it a good time to start botting friday night and empty the gold (if goldfarming) from the accounts monday morning?

 

 

EDIT: Weekend bans are issued. I botted bow strings 10 hours today and got banned.

Edited by DRG

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A lot of people do that already. Bans are rare on the weekends, but they usually happen on monday if you've been botting 24+ hours straight over the weekends. Bnas also depends on the script quality. Poorly made scripts can get you banned before or after 24 hours even if it is the weekends.

Edited by Flamo353

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This method used to work, however i get bans on weekends too.Accounts are started on Saturday and banned on Sunday.I know for fact, that Weath can ban from his home.That might explain this.

Very interesting! 

 

Can someone confirm bans on weekends?

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source?

 

Jagex made an announcement recently that they were adding another mod to monitor bots and were aware of bots running non stop on weekends so maybe they are cracking down on it now.

 

 

Not sure if he can ban from his home, but after the announcement of stepping up bans during weekends I tested an account on a fresh VPS. LG and Human mouse, was a member, and suicided a premium script to see if he would get banned. Started Saturday morning and permed banned on Sunday afternoon. 

 

All other accounts on other servers were running fine as usual, no bans. I specifically also had 2 accounts running the same script (did not suicide bot) as the one that suicided to compare and they were both fine. 

 

Not sure if suiciding caused the ban or just unlucky but either way you shouldn't be suicide botting if you want to keep the account for the long run anyways.

Edited by gabrielspecter

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@DRG This is not true. Auto bans happen all the time. Proof? Use a public Sock5 Proxy and start botting Tut island. You will be banned after you complete it and log out. As for the Friday night - Monday morning almost all bots that bot non stop will be banned after 24 hour on fresh accounts.

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Not sure if he can ban from his home, but after the announcement of stepping up bans during weekends I tested an account on a fresh VPS. LG and Human mouse, was a member, and suicided a premium script to see if he would get banned. Started Saturday morning and permed banned on Sunday afternoon. 

 

All other accounts on other servers were running fine as usual, no bans. I specifically also had 2 accounts running the same script (did not suicide bot) as the one that suicided to compare and they were both fine. 

 

Not sure if suiciding caused the ban or just unlucky but either way you shouldn't be suicide botting if you want to keep the account for the long run anyways.

 

He bans from home on weekends/late at night sometimes, I've gotten mule bans on weekends before

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He bans from home on weekends/late at night sometimes, I've gotten mule bans on weekends before

 

Proof?

 

Unless he was getting paid extra to work through weekends and sit and ban bots from home during what I would assume

would be his rest days from work.

 

I find it highly unlikely he enjoys banning bots so much he volunteered to sit and ban bots during his time off at home.

 

Just my opinion

 

The way you worded your post suggests you have proof of what you are saying and its not just an opinion.

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Proof?

 

Unless he was getting paid extra to work through weekends and sit and ban bots from home during what I would assume

would be his rest days from work.

 

I find it highly unlikely he enjoys banning bots so much he volunteered to sit and ban bots during his time off at home.

 

Just my opinion

 

The way you worded your post suggests you have proof of what you are saying and its not just an opinion.

 

Take my word, my proof was what happened to me in my post

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Take my word, my proof was what happened to me in my post

 

 

Lol that's an opinion not proof. 

 

You get banned during a weekend an assume its mod weath chilling in his house banning bots or whatever the fuck his name is behind it.

Edited by Nukem

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Lol that's proof enough for me

 

Are you telling me that they have auto mule detection now? Impressive

 

No point continuing this discussion if you don't see anything wrong with what I said about mod weath working weekends

or taking time during his time off (during weekend) to do manual bans.

 

Who knows apart from Jagex how many people are responsible for the manual banning of bots/mules.

 

Seriously do you think 1 employee is solely responsible for manual  bans on a game as big as runescape?

I have no proof to suggest otherwise but common sense takes over and suggests otherwise.

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