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Best way to suicide bot?

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If I found a way to make decent money per hour on level 3's fresh off tutorial island, what would be the wisest way to suicide bot?

 

Should i bot tutorial island and just profit until it gets banned?

in other words, how long will i have from tutorial island to a ban generally? Will i have at least 24 hours to act?

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Hi try the Final Calibur (FC) questing bot :) I used it to get 7 QP, I let it run until it finished, dunno why everyone is getting banned, they must be using another script, this one costs 0.99$ and runs flawlessly, try it out using the trial

https://tribot.org/repository/script/id/2469-fc-questing-tut-7qp/

Edited by DaFukWasDat

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In my experience over the last 3 months its 10 x worse then what it was like when OS was first released... Legit botting on a f2p account is straight suicide. Although if you pick the right scripts with ABC implemented botting p2p is to easy... Got 1-56 agility botting ridiculous hours on a level 8 members account yet get banned within the hour on a level 46 f2p account, botting....anything >_>. Can't work it out lol

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Do you guys have any tips you can share?
I've been back in old school for about a month now and have had 4/5 accounts I made banned within 48 hours.
#5 out of 5 just got temp banned today after a month so I'm not going to bot it anymore.

I've been doing all the obvious stuff (to me at least)

-Picking an actual name and non-default clothing
-Playing legit for 10-15 minutes per every hour and a half of botting
-Only using scripts with ABC2/10
-Deeply customizing anti-ban details like delays, mouse speed and what not (even in between different days)
-Manually doing quests here and there
-Never letting a script fun for more than 1.5-2 hrs (typically an hour at a time with big breaks in between)
-Not having the account online for more than 4 hours in any 24 hour period
-Pausing the scipts here and there to manually chat with people and then resuming
-Not amassing a massive amount of GP (never had more than 3M gp + resources.  Always spend it on gear, and speeding up the leveling process)
-Diversity of skilling and combat training

I'm not farming, nor do I ever intend to.  I just want a high level account that I can kill bosses with, but at around 50/50/50/40/60 att/str/def/range/mage I got caught rock crabbing.
But at this point, I'm thinking getting to 80/80/80 simply isn't going to happen and I'm strongly considering dropping the game.

Edited by sl_kelevra

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