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JWildyPrayer [250k + Xp/Hr][Cheap Prayer Xp][Pk Detection]

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JWildyPrayer - Trains prayer at the chaos altar for 250k+ xp per hour.

Requirements:

Burning amulets (5)'s.

Amulet of glory (4)'s.

Dragon bones.

https://tribot.org/repository/script/id/2721

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5 hours ago, Defalt said:

Very nice, roughly how many bones does this do per hour?

Not too sure. You save a lot because of the altars effect which is why this is a useful method. It's around 200 - 300k xp per hour from the testing I did though. :) 

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Just had a quick go of this, a couple of notes

  • It only withdrew 25 bones, I still had room for one more.
  • Could wear one of the amulets for an extra slot
  • In one attempt it clicked on the altar multiple times, immediately cancelling the altar action

There was also a guy just hopping world to world that would keep killing me for my bones, this script doesn't seem to stand a chance against pkers. I might have just been unlucky with my timing though

 

EDIT: When I finally got a full inventory done, it just stood there. When I restarted it still standing next to the altar it just stood there with a status of null

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30 minutes ago, Defalt said:

Just had a quick go of this, a couple of notes

  • It only withdrew 25 bones, I still had room for one more.
  • Could wear one of the amulets for an extra slot
  • In one attempt it clicked on the altar multiple times, immediately cancelling the altar action

There was also a guy just hopping world to world that would keep killing me for my bones, this script doesn't seem to stand a chance against pkers. I might have just been unlucky with my timing though

 

EDIT: When I finally got a full inventory done, it just stood there. When I restarted it still standing next to the altar it just stood there with a status of null

I'll take a look.

In regards to deaths, it's meant to hop worlds on death and I do have a safety check in place for PKers that will activate and log out depending on their combat level and gear. If you can let me know the type of gear they're wearing I'll add it to the list to check for. :)

I'm not quite sure what caused the null issue, but I'll try and re-create it unless there's any more information you can give me. 

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1 hour ago, dfewsloc said:

same thing started at bank Ran to altar used all "25" bones - then stops and idles.

I must've accidentally deleted something while fiddling with Banking. I'll take a look today and update you when I've posted a fix. Apologies!

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Just ran some more tests, if I stand at the altar and start the script (2948, 3820) then it will have status null. If I walk away from the altar and start it then walks back to the altar even though I have no bones.

No matter what I can't seem to get it to go to the bank after using all the bones

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3 hours ago, dfewsloc said:

same thing started at bank Ran to altar used all "25" bones - then stops and idles.

 

1 hour ago, Defalt said:

Just ran some more tests, if I stand at the altar and start the script (2948, 3820) then it will have status null. If I walk away from the altar and start it then walks back to the altar even though I have no bones.

No matter what I can't seem to get it to go to the bank after using all the bones

Script has been updated. Thanks for the report. :) 

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1 hour ago, HeyImJamie said:

 

Script has been updated. Thanks for the report. :) 

Sweet, I'll give it another test run tomorrow. A (maybe) crazy idea I had earlier, was instead of teleporting back to edge or whatever. To teleport outside of wildy, we could go north east to the Chaos Fanatic NPC I think it was, die on purpose which will get us outside of wildy, then get bones and use amulet to get back.

That way we would technically do 28 bones per run if we wear the burning amulet

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Hey Jamie what are the rules for logging out from pkers exactly and what would be the ideal gear?

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Also after running for about 30 mins the script stops  working stating that I have run out of dragon bones... clearly not the case, any idea?

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10 minutes ago, Eugene said:

Also after running for about 30 mins the script stops  working stating that I have run out of dragon bones... clearly not the case, any idea?

I'm getting that too, sometimes it's really bad and I can't get it to bank or other times it's good for a couple of runs. Longest run so far is about 30 minutes

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Can you add bury bones at bank? All other simple scripts are broke. Looking for a F2P option, thanks.

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