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IceCube17

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So ive been using a few premium scripts here and the longest my bots have lasted on a suicide run was 6-7 hours. However, that was in a spot I located where no other bots were at. Its farther from banks, and is less than ideal for the purpose of suicide botting. Ive had multiple accounts banned within 2-5 days of botting at locations with 0 bots around (maybe occasionally 1 or 2 but very few if any other bots).

 

But the item I was botting just happened to surge in price for a few hours the other day, so I said fuck it and ran my bot in a highly botted area with atleast a dozen bots on any given world (f2p), and so far have succsesfully botted for 3-5 hour sessions 3 days in a row now. It was on the weekend if that may have anything to do with ban chances. But, Im jw if anyone has any better success botting next to a bunch of other bots where people might think what is the actual point of reporting a dozen bots at once, its more likely a mod would show up and ban this many at once than your average player reporting that many bots when they are so used to seeing it. Unless a player just snaps and decided their fed up with this, which I admit I have had this temptation myself as seeing 4 dozen bots running on a highly populated world with random character names is just blatantly gold farming, and a lot more likely to be a gold farm operation which I frown upon more as opposed to someone combat botting trying to rebuild a main or personal funds. After EOC, I completely understand any returning player botting for personal gold or initial combat stats. But I digress. Also, this has all been done on F2P servers, very little p2p server botting after some combat scripts ended up in what I think is just shit luck of a ban. (botting goblins in a remote location that the average player probably doesnt really even realize is there, far away from banks etc). Didnt even make it past 40 str with 20 atk before banned.

 

So, TL;DR , is their a bit of safety botting next to a dozen other botters as opposed to botting in a remote location and sacrificing distance from a bank as well as the risk of certain areas having doors that seemingly no script can manage? (If anyone knows of a script that actually handles doors please inform me Ive used multiple premium and free - not one does).

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5 hours ago, Prankxter said:

Correlation does not imply causation. I know the answer to why you ran longer, as most people probably do (it's not hard to find out), but you'll need to do more tests if you want to know.

Well if you feel like sharing I'd appreciate your input on why this is. Im pretty sure the times Ive botted in an isolated location for 5 hours as opposed to botting around 4 dozen other bots is a a direct result of being reported by a player and not jagex staff/systems noticing. However, Im now wondering if botting next to 4 dozen bots has got my IP flagged and Im just botting on borrowed time now. Its only been 4-5 days and Ive botted more than ever before on this one account in 3-5 hour sessions.

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