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fidgetwhistler

Why did I get so many bans?

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Hello, I’ve only been botting for 3 days (so I expected to get banned a few times before I got good) and all my bana were on my money making accounts I just made. All of them I had woodcutting at yews at rimmington. All of them I had the break handled have them play for 2 hours (with 15 min randomness) then break for 2 and a half hours (with 15 min random), which totals 10 hours of playtime per day. What did I do wrong here? Can anyone give me suggestions of where to gold farm on f2p with a lower ban rate? I’m fine with low gold/hour, as yews was only 40K per hour and I was fine with that.

P.s: I had one get banned 1 night ago, and then I had 4 get banned just last night. My main did not get banned, as he was doing different stuff.

thanks for any input

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13 minutes ago, fidgetwhistler said:

All of them I had woodcutting at yews at rimmington. All of them I had the break handled have them play for 2 hours (with 15 min randomness) then break for 2 and a half hours (with 15 min random), which totals 10 hours of playtime per day. What did I do wrong here? Can anyone give me suggestions of where to gold farm on f2p with a lower ban rate? I’m fine with low gold/hour, as yews was only 40K per hour and I was fine with that.

Woodcutting has a relative high ban rate, especially if you are botting in F2P.

There are a number of things which you can do to reduce the risk of getting banned, but you are very likely to reduce your profit / hour by using those techniques. You should decide if your goal is to level up accounts and keep them or make gold.

If the goal is goldfarming, then bans are part of the whole process and you should not even try to avoid them, as this will only reduce your profits.

 

I've recently finished writing my Woodcutting script, which has numerous built-in goldfarming features such as:

  • Progressive Mode
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  • Auto-Axe buying & upgrading
  • Getting gold or axes from mule
  • Automatically transferring the chopped logs to the mule on a time schedule

 

If you're serious about goldfarming I highly recommend checking this powerful tool. I'm currently offering 5 hours of free trial.

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F2P is extremely high ban rate, so pretty much no matter what method you try, you will experience bans probably at least once a day, if not more than once a day. P2P is your best bet for finding higher money making methods and lower ban rates.

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20 minutes ago, Naton said:

Ban rates are crazy now, jagex takes botting seriously. You have to be really careful and follow safe botting techniques as some mentioned above.

I disagree, if they did all people I see at banks typo botting advertising links would get insta ban.

Not much they can do about bots in my opinion.

 

They have bots them selves that keep track of your activity in game they can easily see how much xp you gained how long you been playing a certain skill,  and mathematic  algorithms that calculate that between 50,000 players playing their game. Their algorithms can easily see a difference between a bot and human player which is test phrase one of the account next is scanning the user to see if they are using bots If the previous algorithms detect anything suspicious .

 

They usually don't want to ban botters as most of their osrs player base are botters.

 

 

 

 

 

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Just now, MilkyWay said:

I disagree, if they did all people I see at banks typo botting advertising links would get insta ban.

Not much they can do about bots in my opinion.

They don't "insta" ban but they for sure are banned the next day

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