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drogon931

Unrealistic expectations for goldfarming?

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Hey Everyone, 

 

I had a few questions in relation to gold farming, I'm pretty new to everything but I've just set up a main account to play and learn the game however I would love to have a gold farm to aid my progress playing legitimately and potentially earn a small stream of income.

I've been messing around with some free tools and methods and have been able to earn a whopping 31/k HR ;)

So clearly F2P suicide bots aren't going to be a super effective solution unless I can find a private method.

I'm considering doing the below but would love some more info from people that have tried it.

Buy 5 Zulrah capable accounts  (one off cost) $305USD

Script for zulrah $79.98/Month & Tribot

My math works out to a potential of 750M per Month on the low end, A lot of people are saying 2M-3M on zulrah but this is assuming a 1.5M Per hour profit at 4 hours of botting a day 25 days a month.

Cost: 391.98 First Month    -  Every Month After that 147.98 - Assuming one account a month is banned

Earn: -84 loss First Month   - Every month after that $159.52

Is a ban rate of 1 account per month with my 4 hours a day too low - Am I expecting too much GP for the 750M (working on .41/M to wholesalers)

 

Any advice or feedback would be appreciated! 

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Welcome here,

My advice is to not go from making 35k/h in f2p to a zulrah farm and expect to make profit. I think the best thing to do would be to try out something in between to gain experience botting. Bans are hard to predict if you have no experience. It could be that all your accounts get banned in the first week, if you know what you're doing they could all last quite a while. 

In your cost calculation I don't see budget for vps/electricity and proxies. What are your plans regarding this?

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51 minutes ago, botuser420 said:

Welcome here,

My advice is to not go from making 35k/h in f2p to a zulrah farm and expect to make profit. I think the best thing to do would be to try out something in between to gain experience botting. Bans are hard to predict if you have no experience. It could be that all your accounts get banned in the first week, if you know what you're doing they could all last quite a while. 

In your cost calculation I don't see budget for vps/electricity and proxies. What are your plans regarding this?

 

Forgot about proxies! - I have an RDP that could handle 5 bots from a different project which could host them 

 

I'm now debating usine BlazingSEO/Proxy6 or would using a shared mobile proxy a better investment - $15 for 1-2 accounts, Not sure how heavily it would impact banrates or locks

 

I've looked at barrows and green dragons bots - I'll be doing a 1 account test to make sure I don't run into issues or make mistakes for a week or two and then moving to the 5 

 

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Sadly no one will tell you exactly how to make money but I will tell you, I would not do that plan. Zulrah bots are highly banned, I doubt you'd get 1 ban a month, most likely the accounts would last a few days to a week maybe two. However everyones experience is different. For gold farming you need to find a bunch of methods, and test them out until you find one that works for you where you profit, don't get banned before you do and is worth it.

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Take it from a person who had aspirations of being a gold farmer back in 2013 and got ip chain banned after a week. Gave up after that lol. 

Diversify your risk. Don't throw them all at Zulrah. Have 2 bots running mage tabs, another 2 at brutal blacks, 2 air orb runners, etc.

Also, buy the scripts weekly. You don't wanna get banned 3 days in and have all that extra money wasted on a script you can't use..

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20 hours ago, godspower33 said:

Sadly no one will tell you exactly how to make money but I will tell you, I would not do that plan. Zulrah bots are highly banned, I doubt you'd get 1 ban a month, most likely the accounts would last a few days to a week maybe two. However everyones experience is different. For gold farming you need to find a bunch of methods, and test them out until you find one that works for you where you profit, don't get banned before you do and is worth it.

I've never done p2p so I'm slowly levelling and learning what makes money and what's good -Zulrah was highly suggested so went for that - But I'll suss out some scripts and get a bit of variety in what the accounts do, Save some money on accounts without zulrah quest too, Thanks for the feedback!

20 hours ago, scorpia95 said:

Take it from a person who had aspirations of being a gold farmer back in 2013 and got ip chain banned after a week. Gave up after that lol. 

Diversify your risk. Don't throw them all at Zulrah. Have 2 bots running mage tabs, another 2 at brutal blacks, 2 air orb runners, etc.

Also, buy the scripts weekly. You don't wanna get banned 3 days in and have all that extra money wasted on a script you can't use..

 

Thanks for the suggestions and advice - Looks like I'll be doing some research and using 1 zulrah and 2 of something else to see how it goes.

 

I haven't seen most of the scripts on a weekly basis - Month seems to work out a better value but will keep this in mind.

 

Any idea on proxies? will proxy6 and blazingseo do the trick or should I look at residential/mobile

 

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