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150 hour proggie..how are these accounts still alive??

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3 hours ago, IceKontroI said:

This thread reads like an ad.

3 hours ago, IceKontroI said:

I'm not saying that you were/weren't paid to make this thread, but this is playing out like an infomercial.

 

Yesterday I had my infomercial too!

It was for a free script, but still 10/10. Thanks @godzeus700bc

 

 

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20 hours ago, alfonsobravo said:

So I've been browsing multiple premium scripts, and found this proggie along with many others like it

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Question is.. how does jagex not catch on to these accounts if you're botting almost a week straight? It's obviously impossible to do as a human.

Is this script just so damn good? Or is the bot detection system flawed? 

This is actually my proggie, And just for everyone to know, this account is still going, it ran for 163/168 hours that week, and has been going strong since. You obviously do not understand gold farming, It is all about trail and error. I've lost many farms, but I feel like I have gotten it under control now.

 

19 hours ago, Led Zeppelin said:

They probably get banned the moment th move any gold off the account. 

None of the accounts have been banned, and there going at extra 100 hours since then,

18 hours ago, Einstein said:

That's exactly what I thought at first, but then I realized that the image is not a forum signature, it's the script's paint. Since the game is updated weekly and the client needs to be restarted, the script literary ran for 151 hours out of the weeks' 168 hours. :o

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Although it most likely used breaks which were added to the runtime. If the average hourly profit at Zulrah is 2.7m and that account made 1.7m/h (62%), that account probably ran for ~15 hours / day.

0 breaks,

 

 

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On 11/19/2018 at 8:10 AM, Jaybeez said:

This is actually my proggie, And just for everyone to know, this account is still going, it ran for 163/168 hours that week, and has been going strong since. You obviously do not understand gold farming, It is all about trail and error. I've lost many farms, but I feel like I have gotten it under control now.

 

None of the accounts have been banned, and there going at extra 100 hours since then,

 

Hey,wow that is amazing golfarm performance,like wow. i'm thinking of starting goldfarm myself? do you recommend it or not ? Can you give us any tips for starting the goldfarm/overall botting ?  and do you buy account made for zulrah and then just bot them ? or you level up them yourself with a bot/without ? 

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On 11/18/2018 at 8:38 AM, ConnorM said:

Pure luck.

That's the answer :P

My thoughts :P.

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