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Not sure if this is the right area to post this but i have a question.. So first time using tribot last night all i was using was Zulrah Helper everyone saying no bans so i thought lets try it out. Played that for a few hours. Decided i would get Einstein's woodcutter and use it on a fresh ironman account and go to bed. I wake up to a perma ban on the ironman. Which im ok with but then i log onto my main which was never running the same time and it is also perma banned ? Can someone tell me why this is? so i can avoid it in the future i really did enjoy the Zulrah helper and want to continue to use it but don't want to lose another account. Thanks 

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Thanks for info guys i actually had no idea about proxy's and what not i shouldn't have jumped the gun and did some research. The good news is i appealed it even though it said it wasn't able too. They said i was banned for macro but they un banned me and locked my account saying i may have been hacked. Still confused here but i do have my account back, at the end of the day i honestly never botted on him but im still surprised aha

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1 hour ago, Gottir10 said:

Thanks for info guys i actually had no idea about proxy's and what not i shouldn't have jumped the gun and did some research. The good news is i appealed it even though it said it wasn't able too. They said i was banned for macro but they un banned me and locked my account saying i may have been hacked. Still confused here but i do have my account back, at the end of the day i honestly never botted on him but im still surprised aha

Glad to hear you were able to recover your main account :)!. Luckily you now know to do some research into proxies before you bot. Bot safe, and good luck!

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It's fairly unlikely your ironman ban got your main banned. 


Jagex bans in waves. In fact, almost all games do. The reason is so that we can't identify what triggers the ban. As you can see, it's working quite well, because now you have all of these people trying to get you to make the same mistake but at a higher cost. 

While there have been legitimate reports of chain bans, they are usually from very large botfarms, where it's easier to identify, and most people don't experience them. I doubt this is what you've experienced, but as worthy said, it's possible.


More realistically, both your accounts were caught botting, and then banned at the exact same time. Think about this way. The exact second your accounts got banned, so did 1200+ more. Would say that they were all chain banned through some sort of identity? No, it's just coincidence. The same coincidence can easily be applied to your two bans.


In my own personal experience, it's the same. I've always had a main account (for making scripts) and bot accounts (testing + goldfarming). I've also never owned a proxy (maybe once in my 7 years here) and my goldfarm accounts usually run on the same PC I use my main account in. There has never been a time where my main has been banned that I can't attribute to running a specific script on it. Certainly no chain bans. I remember a very specific time once, where I had 6 accounts running the same script, same method, same machine, same IP. Five of them got banned at the same time and one stayed alive. The one that survived had higher stats, was an older account, etc. So unless Jagex systems had some bizarre glitch, it's pretty easy to deduce what happened, which is 5 accounts were each, individually caught botting, and then subsequently banned during the next ban wave, while the 6th one wasn't determined to be a bot due to other factors (probably account stats, but I don't know).


Personally, I wouldn't risk running scripts on your main if you want to keep it. However, if money is not a huge concern, it never hurts to avoid botting on the same IP or machine as another account. But honestly, I think Looking Glass (VIP-E feature) would help you more than that. 

Just keep in mind that a significant number of people have reported faster bans while using proxies, regardless of where they bought the proxy. If you use one, I recommend avoiding high-risk botting. Meaning, make your account by hand. Do tutorial island by hand. Get at least a total level of 100+ by hand. Buy membership. And then don't bot popular goldfarm methods. 

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