48 hour ban precedure.

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  1. Tomva

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    The last week of darkscape i had two fishing bots, since darkscape shut down i recreated characters in rs3 and started botting right away. Then after the first week of botting i find my Darkscape experience caches in my inventories.
    (Thanks for transferring my botted exp to my bots Jagex)
    But as soon as i opened 1 on one account i got banned instantly...for 48 hours, could still login with the other one but the next day thesame 48-ban timer was running on it too (same IP).
    To my suprise the ban was lifted after 48hours, no perm ban.
    So now i have 2 bots with fishing in their 90's but with a first offence on them.
    How exactly does this procedure work? Are these monitored extra closely from now?
    Should i just contenuie botting untill the banhammer ends them for good, or leave them sitting and wait for it all to blow over? If ever xD
     
  2. Insomniac

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    They're gonna be monitored closely now. I'd wait for Spectre, whilst setting up new bots on the current version. Also, you could try proxy/VPN...
     
  3. Manager

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    Just wait untill spectre, might take a while but for now keep those accounts. They are worth nothing now because you'll get banned on it fastly.
     
  4. troro1

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    Basically your next ban will be a permanent one. All macro bans are like this. If it's not a straight up permanent ban, it will be the initial bot busting ban followed by Macroing Major. That is when you restart from scratch. Having a mule makes things a lot easier to start up a new account, something I have never gotten around to doing.
     

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