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New Goal: Suicide Botting to Max

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8 minutes ago, hamza123 said:

For your 99 mining grind i'd suggest looking into Auto Miner by Encoded, it might be a free script but don't let that fool ya.

im working on 99 mining too

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That is pretty impressive, how many times have you been able to pull that off lol? I have yet to find a way to bot mining 24/7. What scares me about free scripts is the number of users :P

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4 hours ago, gyrate said:

That is pretty impressive, how many times have you been able to pull that off lol? I have yet to find a way to bot mining 24/7. What scares me about free scripts is the number of users :P

To be completely honest it's my first time reaching this, i stopped it here just now, as i'm now pussying out, first time doing the same skill for this long haha. But then again free script or premium, there are many factors  weighting in on getting banned, which is why i chose a place to mine very remotely to avoid player reports, also using breakhandler effectively, which is why xp/hour is this low, normally i'd get nearly double that xp/hour. 

Usually i run scripts for a max of ~12 hours with breaks, ~2-4 hours non-stop
 

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7 hours ago, hamza123 said:

To be completely honest it's my first time reaching this, i stopped it here just now, as i'm now pussying out, first time doing the same skill for this long haha. But then again free script or premium, there are many factors  weighting in on getting banned, which is why i chose a place to mine very remotely to avoid player reports, also using breakhandler effectively, which is why xp/hour is this low, normally i'd get nearly double that xp/hour. 

Usually i run scripts for a max of ~12 hours with breaks, ~2-4 hours non-stop
 

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Ahh that makes sense, I haven't used breaks at all and I've tried this in a remote place as well. I could never manage to keep the bot (different script) working overnight or during jagex hours though. Currently sticking with just 10-12 hrs without breaks and while jagex office is closed.

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2 hours ago, gyrate said:

Ahh that makes sense, I haven't used breaks at all and I've tried this in a remote place as well. I could never manage to keep the bot (different script) working overnight or during jagex hours though. Currently sticking with just 10-12 hrs without breaks and while jagex office is closed.

The trick is to keep it simple so there's less chance of failure. That's why i chose to powermine over banking the ores, i would've made about 5m or so by now, just from the ores but i don't think it's worth 1. the risk of getting caught, 2. the xp waste, 3. the bot failing (since it's higer odds of failure, the more it has to do). That's also why i tend to set my settings differently while doing stuff like... combat, usually i get my defence high first so i don't have the bot bank for food, which makes me able to last a full inv of food at a low combat monster for 8+ hours, so i can leave the bot on while i sleep. This also prevents bot getting stuck etc. Keep it simple. So far i haven't had any issues with this method :P 

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8 hours ago, hamza123 said:

The trick is to keep it simple so there's less chance of failure. That's why i chose to powermine over banking the ores, i would've made about 5m or so by now, just from the ores but i don't think it's worth 1. the risk of getting caught, 2. the xp waste, 3. the bot failing (since it's higer odds of failure, the more it has to do). That's also why i tend to set my settings differently while doing stuff like... combat, usually i get my defence high first so i don't have the bot bank for food, which makes me able to last a full inv of food at a low combat monster for 8+ hours, so i can leave the bot on while i sleep. This also prevents bot getting stuck etc. Keep it simple. So far i haven't had any issues with this method :P 

I agree with you on that, focus on the 99s and goldfarm on a separate account and ip. Get priorities straight and either eat your cake or have it but not both. There's less to worry about that way

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1 hour ago, gyrate said:

That's impressive. did you use/include breaks in those runtimes or straight suicide it?

Haven’t run breaks on 6 accounts and got results like this! No bans yet. Been running straight with exception of a few mins for stuff like instances, java exceptions, network, running out of membership! ?

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6 hours ago, NowForPure said:

Haven’t run breaks on 6 accounts and got results like this! No bans yet. Been running straight with exception of a few mins for stuff like instances, java exceptions, network, running out of membership! ?

Might be because Jagex is on vacation for holidays. I'm sure there will be a ban wave after new years. I might not make it tbh. Fingers crossed.

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17 minutes ago, trkgosu said:

So I definitely got reported doing hunter(Red Sallys) yesterday. If so rip my progress. Almost 1800 total. Not gonna bot for a while now to see if I can get away.

Pain in the butt those players who report. Let us bot, we're the reason you have such low prices for all your resources :P 

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