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  • BagelChef

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    1. Thanks! and thanks again for giving me the idea for this post! hmm, I'd have to look at how you implemented a binary tree for handling botting. I'd assume you implemented some sort of selector logic to your nodes which at that point you just kind of have a behavior tree that you have limited yourself to two nodes and less flexibility haha. I'd be interested to take a look at an example of how you setup your binary trees to work! Thanks! So I started implementing Chefs Assistant last night to play around with using behavior trees for quest bots. Here is a diagram of what my behavior t
    2. Behavior Trees For Dummies I'm not a pro at anything and take everything I say with a grain of salt. I have no idea what i'm doing and my opinions here are mostly preference. Make your own decisions, disagree with me, tell me why, and lets make better bots. Also, can't take credit for the idea of behavior trees in bots. I read @jgs95's post about them a week ago. Introduction The most popular type of scripts I have found during my time scripting is the `Node` based system. Node based systems split up their code into sections called Nodes (duh). Each Node is comprised of a condit
    3. Nice write up! Switched to behavior trees as well from node based systems.
    4. Hey Their, I already picked up your maven config to save me time. So thanks for that! I really like the look of your AIO-AIO project. I already am kind of working on my own framework like that. Ill post that bitch on GitHub once I get it a bit more flushed out. I'll be interested to see where we differ. Cant wait for my code to be flamed by everyone on the forum lol. Nice to meet ya!
    5. Seems like the majority is devs here haha. Nice to meet you
    6. Thanks boss! I'll Link the progress thread here when I make it.
    7. Hey everyone, Wanted to introduce myself as I plan on showing face in the forums pretty frequently. I'm a software engineer by trade and plan on using this to my advantage in the coming months as I start my boting adventure. My goal is to make a bot farm that is as hands off as i can possibly make it. I'll be publishing all my infrastructure code to GitHub so if that's something that interests people I can make a separate GitHub profile strictly for boting related code so its easier to share/sell depending on how much interest there is. Infrastructure Goals By Month One:
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