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I've been speaking to a few people over the last few days and with the things the JaGeX Mods have been saying the general public seem to think we have died out... This work to our advantage I guess as they think the sophisticated bots are actually people, so that's one enemy dying out, now just to beat JaGeX.

What do you guys think?

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I've been speaking to a few people over the last few days and with the things the JaGeX Mods have been saying the general public seem to think we have died out... This work to our advantage I guess as they think the sophisticated bots are actually people, so that's one enemy dying out, now just to beat JaGeX.

What do you guys think?

 

Interesting concept, but I think it could go both ways.  Seeing accounts that usually are logged in consistently playing and then a new patch comes out, account goes offline for X days.  If Jagex does monitor these forums they would know the date all issues are fixed, so any accounts flagged 'under investigation' with a date that it becomes consistent on hours again COULD become a higher priority for investigation.

 

I think in general it's good practice to not believe a whole lot of what Jagex may say about botting.  Part of it is going to be more to please the 'anti-botters' side of the community, and the other to potentially throw us off.

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Interesting concept, but I think it could go both ways.  Seeing accounts that usually are logged in consistently playing and then a new patch comes out, account goes offline for X days.  If Jagex does monitor these forums they would know the date all issues are fixed, so any accounts flagged 'under investigation' with a date that it becomes consistent on hours again COULD become a higher priority for investigation.

 

I think in general it's good practice to not believe a whole lot of what Jagex may say about botting.  Part of it is going to be more to please the 'anti-botters' side of the community, and the other to potentially throw us off.

Their hype over how they're stamping out botting and how they seem to keep banning more and more accounts and this Mod Weath seems to have the general public believing that he is making a huge impact on our community. There is still lots to do but with the breaking practices I follow and the general usage on my account can keep your idea of them monitoring accounts going offline after the update at bay as I'll bot strong for a few days, then take a few days off, then go hard again and so forth, but yeah lots of obstacles to overcome but the general public think we're dead it appears and this means less reports directly from players and JaGeX will be more dependant on their anti bot systems which don't seem to work all that well.

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Their hype over how they're stamping out botting and how they seem to keep banning more and more accounts and this Mod Weath seems to have the general public believing that he is making a huge impact on our community. There is still lots to do but with the breaking practices I follow and the general usage on my account can keep your idea of them monitoring accounts going offline after the update at bay as I'll bot strong for a few days, then take a few days off, then go hard again and so forth, but yeah lots of obstacles to overcome but the general public think we're dead it appears and this means less reports directly from players and JaGeX will be more dependant on their anti bot systems which don't seem to work all that well.

 

I think JaGeX just say things like this to keep the players happy. They know full well that there are still thousands of bots and people making a lot of money from their game. Of course they monitor these forums. 

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I've been speaking to a few people over the last few days and with the things the JaGeX Mods have been saying the general public seem to think we have died out... This work to our advantage I guess as they think the sophisticated bots are actually people, so that's one enemy dying out, now just to beat JaGeX.

What do you guys think?

 

 

I think Jagex have upped there game and bot clients have went backwards to a certain extent.

 

Looking glass has been a massive improvement though.

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its taking far too long now.. the 3rd day were i cant use my bots.

 

 

Not sure how long tribot usually takes to update all the broken hooks when a major rs update happens.

 

But with other bots that I used through the years some major up dates I think I can remember waiting up to 2 weeks at one point

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