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morbideraser

2nd botting offence?

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40 minutes ago, morbideraser said:

I used an agility script on a different account and got a 3 day or 5 day ban from it. I was considering running a zulrah script on a different account now. My account I play on now has no offences or reports, so would I just get a temp ban if discovered?

Depends on accounts age, total level, and a bunch of other things.
Unless youre mass gold farming or something like that though you probably would only get a temp ban(assuming its an old main account or something)

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I've heard of chainbans, Personally I've got a total of 3 accounts banned, The first account I ever got banned it started off as a temp ban then I decided I really could care less and tried another script and ended up getting perm banned. I made 2 other accounts after put bonds on at level 3 and they got perm banned right off the bat. So i'm not sure if that has something to do with my IP or maybe it was just the level and script I was using. My first account that got the 2nd chance I did a few quests on, And was just using a autofighter and did a little work on, Had some cash and a dragon defender aswell. But the other 2 I just put bonds on and started spinning flax, and the other minning, Since then i've only really used the premium NMZ bots from here and they work like a charm, I've done training services for people using the nmz script and not once ever got banned. I use VPNS now and bounce around from botting at home and work aswell. But the nmz is flawless.

Hope that helped a tad.

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On 12/17/2017 at 7:11 PM, morbideraser said:

It's an ironman with 2k total+ that's why I really just hope its a temp ban lol

Why do people bot ironmen? Just asking out of curiousity. Like isn't the fun and challenge of it playing legit? You can't even trade/profit. I would understand botting a main to high stats much more than an ironman, it seems pointlessly "extra".

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On 7/3/2018 at 2:06 PM, CDots said:

Use a VPN on ANY accounts you bot on.

Why ? I've never understood this one.

 

How does a VPN provide further protection for botting?  I get proxys give you the cover of different hardware so chainbans aren't as likely, but a VPN only hides your original IP. Unless you mean for people who bot and also have a "main" account they don't bot at, so their real IP remains unmarked for Jagex.

Legit question, I'm new at this.

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