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A few questions for a returning botter

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I haven't botten for years. I remember Powerbot being the best site to do so at that time so I am new to Tribot. Unfortunately, there seems to be a higher ban rate so I am trying to be very cautious of that. Here are a few questions I have and hope someone could help me answer them. Btw, yes, I have checked the  botting guides but for the most part, I am not sure if they are outdated or new info may have arisen since then.:

 

1) Is there a script to purchase items from a store, hop, and repeat? And what are the odds that something like this can be banned for botting? It seems rather difficult to detect something like this. Also, how do people who "goldfarm" transfer their gold to their mule accounts safely?

2) Are proxies+VIP necessary to fund some "goldfarming" bots? By that, I don't plan on selling the gold but I want to be able to run at least 5-10 bots if needed. If proxies+VIP are needed, is there anything else that you guys would recommend in terms of efficient and safe botting?

Thank you. I will add some more questions as I learn more about this.

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1 hour ago, EasyAsPieee said:

All I can say is that botting got rough lately, and you need most help that you can get (that being proxies etc). There's no "difficult to detect something like this" anymore. It's not like jmods hop around and have "aha" moments finding u

So would you say, from your experience or belief, buying/selling from general stores is a low ban rate?

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17 hours ago, astrosinfinity said:

So would you say, from your experience or belief, buying/selling from general stores is a low ban rate?

It's high banrate imo. Almost everything now is. Unless it's a good method, which little people know of. Selling stuff to general stores is not rarely known.

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3 hours ago, EasyAsPieee said:

It's high banrate imo. Almost everything now is. Unless it's a good method, which little people know of. Selling stuff to general stores is not rarely known.

I've yet to banned doing several different money makers, so I definitely think it's how you're going about it. Just set up Break Handler to make it seem more realistic to an actual person playing, and at times when a person would play. LG makes a big difference from my experience.

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On 8/30/2018 at 6:52 PM, Mr snewo said:

I personally don't think you don't need proxies unless you are a big time botter. If you got a small-medium size farm you don't need to proxies at least in my experience.

But if I get banned, wouldn't they be able to link it to my non-botted account and possibly ban me?

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