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    1. Nice! While this does work you should look into the DreamBot TaskNode structure or making your own node system. It will help a ton as you progress and create larger and more complicated scripts! I haven't looked at this template for awhile so not even sure if it is up to date right now but this should point you in the right direction! https://github.com/yeetware/Dreambot-3-Node-Template If you need any help understanding / implementing something like this feel free to hit me up!
    2. /* * Default onStart method */ @Override public void onStart() { questManager.addQuests(testQuest, testQuest2); } /* * Quickstart onStart method */ @Override public void onStart(String... params) { for (String quickStartArg : params) { log("Argument Provided: " + quickStartArg); // Do the logic for your params here } // Call the original onStart() method for shared logic onStart(); } you could do something basic like this. There are some other fancy ways of doing it but this is the simplest.
    3. Nothing like that exist just yet.. But I will be working on a bot manager for DreamBot that should have these capabilities once the dev's add a few new features.
    4. What provider are you using? Try deleting the DreamBot folder under your user directory and then rerunning the launcher. If this doesn't work lmk.
    5. If you are using proxies they are probably dog shit. Avoid free proxies (lmfao), and data center proxies. Jagex can detect these and will lock / flag your account. You need to use residental proxies. If you are botting off your home IP then the tutorial island script might just be bad / outdated and be doing something they can catch. The client it's self is NOT recognized or detected. This is something on your end or the scripts. Any questions feel free to ask.
    6. Covert mode and how well it works will vary script from script so it will be a trail and error style process. I have had scripts where it has worked amazingly and scripts where it hasn't made much of a difference. Really depends on the quality of script and how proven your setup is. If you bot 24 hours straight picking cabbages covert mode isn't going to do shit since you are 100% a bot. Keep how player like your actions are while botting if you are trying to reduce bans. Length of your botting sessions, locations, activities, breaks and the accounts history all play a role in determine b
    7. You don't need to make legitament emails for bot accounts. idk what you are trying to do. This will vary depending on your own goals / farms you create. Trail and error + experimentation are the keys to become a successful botter.
    8. Nope sorry! You will have to ask the devs but they are pretty secretive about it.
    9. It still is updated. As for worth it varies script by script.
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