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Botting agility

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I was just reading the thread about botting agility.  Is it a more risky bot?  I also heard Aagility had worked perfectly for people, while others say all agility botting is detectable.  Im just looking to get a more clear picture on botting agility.

Edit: Was also thinking of doing master farmer bot is this a bad idea too?

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2 hours ago, Evie said:

I was just reading the thread about botting agility.  Is it a more risky bot?  I also heard Aagility had worked perfectly for people, while others say all agility botting is detectable.  Im just looking to get a more clear picture on botting agility.

Botting is inherently dangerous.

Agility is arguably more dangerous than, let's say, AFK training at crabs, for the simple reason that you provide much more playing data to Jagex (you click every obstacle, whereas with crabs you only click once every 10 minutes or so). Despite this, if you're using high quality software correctly - not botting for more than a few hours per day, taking breaks, training other skills etc., you might get away with it.

In my completely unbiased opinion, I would recommend Relative Agility.

It has a relatively low ban-rate. 😉

 

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14 hours ago, Einstein said:

Botting is inherently dangerous.

Agility is arguably more dangerous than, let's say, AFK training at crabs, for the simple reason that you provide much more playing data to Jagex (you click every obstacle, whereas with crabs you only click once every 10 minutes or so). Despite this, if you're using high quality software correctly - not botting for more than a few hours per day, taking breaks, training other skills etc., you might get away with it.

In my completely unbiased opinion, I would recommend Relative Agility.

It has a relatively low ban-rate. 😉

 

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