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Help Required - Initial farm phases

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In the initial phases of farm creation and I have probably about 6,900 questions but I've narrowed down to a couple of KEY questions I have.

I feel this could benefit the community and not just myself, so if you feel you have some knowledge to share on any of these subjects please respond or message me!

1: What is a safe way to create accounts without having them flagged? I'm under the assumption that using a proxy on a browser and logging on to the game client via the same proxy is a safe method.

2: If you log into the tribot client using your home IP address, will this flag any other accounts (assuming you I haven't logged into the game with those accounts on my home IP, I've only logged in on proxies with those accounts)?

3:  I read the intro on Looking-Glass and it was a bit confusing for me so I'm initially deterred from using it.  

       >Is Looking Glass worth the time of getting accustomed to it?  Do you have any personal experiences as far as ban rates using it vs not using it?<

4:  What are some obvious DON'T DO's in botting/farming?  I'm not talking about not botting 24/7 or playing 25 bots on one IP.  I'm more talking about less obvious, maybe even simple but crucial to success tips/tricks.

 

Would appreciate any and all feedback, thanks!

 

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- 1 account per IP/Proxy i have found extends the life of accounts greatly

- Wear what a normal player at your combat level of your bot might wear not to stand out, very easy way to avoid a shit tonne of reports

- Diversify stats, as i do wc farms i train around 6 other stats from 5-35 - Quests seem to be a key thing also but i dont personally do them on throw aways as isnt worth my time but im not sure what your botting, but if its high reqs and a ban will hurt, I would do 1-3 quests atleast

- The more you look and play like a normal player you will not be banned as you will not show any botting flags to jagex and the only way you could be banned is from alot of reports or a manual ban. But i guess we will never know for sure 

- DO NOT BOT TUT ISLAND!

 

Just my opinion :)

Edited by WoMD Bets

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13 minutes ago, WoMD Bets said:

- DO NOT BOT TUT ISLAND!

There are many people, including myself, who bot tutorial island and run successful farms.

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On 4/8/2016 at 0:45 AM, WoMD Bets said:

- 1 account per IP/Proxy i have found extends the life of accounts greatly

- Wear what a normal player at your combat level of your bot might wear not to stand out, very easy way to avoid a shit tonne of reports

- Diversify stats, as i do wc farms i train around 6 other stats from 5-35 - Quests seem to be a key thing also but i dont personally do them on throw aways as isnt worth my time but im not sure what your botting, but if its high reqs and a ban will hurt, I would do 1-3 quests atleast

- The more you look and play like a normal player you will not be banned as you will not show any botting flags to jagex and the only way you could be banned is from alot of reports or a manual ban. But i guess we will never know for sure 

- DO NOT BOT TUT ISLAND!

 

Just my opinion :)

As far as keeping IP addresses separate are there any extra steps that should be taken other than just creating accounts on a browser using the same proxy as I use on Tribot to play them on?  For instance, if I log into rs on my main account using my home IP address does this link/flag all my other proxy IP addresses in use on the same computer?

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