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ownedby str1

creating bot accounts + success

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hi guys noob here

i have looked around the web for ages and all i really want to know is what to do to build bot accounts.


i understand how to create accounts and use proxies safe botting and what not. but is creating accounts that arent banned right away as simple as manually creating accounts and questing/lvling them legit to around lvl 25 the way to go? i guess i understand fresh lvl 3 accounts have extreme high ban right but i dont know how to make multiple accounts ready for botting. i dont know if im explaining this right. do i simply just build accounts manually and then start botting on proper scripts or am i able to bot my way up through the ranks and then itll be less sketch or is it really just hit or miss luck of draw and playing it smart?


i have a buddies old lvl 70 that was created like 2 years ago and does not see any activity often at all for the past year ill say. if i were to one day log in and start barrows botting on him i mean i dont care to lose the account but at the same time rather not. to keep it simple for what im looking for ill say i just want to have a barrows bot. do i have to play it smart on new account, can  i bot on old account or am i just asking stupid questions?

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You aren't asking stupid questions :P

It just seems like you don't have a specific question, you're just asking every question you can think of because it sounds like you have no botting experience at all.

So I'd recommend getting some experience by trying to make a simple profitable bot account before trying to bot your way up to a barrows account. Definitely use a proxy though, you don't want to flag accounts from your home IP all for a test botting account.

2 hours ago, ownedby str1 said:

and all i really want to know is what to do to build bot accounts.

First understand that this is not an easy task, if you really think about it this is the most important part of your botting process, anybody can run the "money maker script" right? so focus on this the most.

You can bot your buddies account for some extra cash, but as it has some importance to you then you must take extra precautions, so I'd recommend investing more CPU to that bot by using the Looking Glass feature and you could choose not to use a proxy on that account which might make it last longer, but if / when a ban happens it will probably result in your other home IP account getting banned (If they've been botted/rwt'd on)

Good luck! :)


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