Regal Gilded Altar
- Any bones (Wyvern, Dragon, Lava Dragon, Big, and normal)
- Has all the Regal API features (Break Handler, Skill Tracker, etc)
- PlayerSense max delays for a custom player behavior.
- Works in Rimmington only, Noted bones req. and coins.
- On the way
Regal Gilded Altar 1.0.1
Pray the pain away!
Basically doesn't work at all. It will go to the portal and click on "Friend's House" but won't type the name I enter in the settings. Also it's like a 25% chance that it won't find the altar in the house (visible on screen) and a 50% chance that it doesn't find the portal to leave the house and just sits at the altar until I click the portal. With this much input, there is basically no need to use the bot at all.
Iam using this on RS3.
The bot has a few flaws.
When it's done offering the bones at a gilder altar at a ''friends'' house it clicks teleport to Burthorpe.
But the bot doesn't let it finish the teleport animation and clicks teleport again and again and again.
Another flaw is when I teleport back to Burthorpe the bot wants to click the bank but someone stands in front of it so it doesn't click and just stands there hovering the mouse.
Maybe it should right mouse click the bank.
Actually a pretty good bot. However, 1 BIG problem. When teleporting to Burth it teleports over and over again without allowing the loadstone port to happen so you just stand in the same spot whilst it spam clicks teleport. IF this was fixed and the speed was updated I feel like it would be an extremely good bot.
Apart from that there are only a few minor issues like when banking it sometimes can not click the bank and when entering the portal it sometimes can not click the portal. If these minor things got fixed I would rate this bot at max!
Thankyou for reading and I hope this helps!
Many thanks for this!
Please add an option to enter and use your own house!
Any way to disable camera moving? That's what usually brakes it.
Camera pointing north with a big enough resizable client will allow the bot to see everything by default, which also makes it faster.