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    Rapha
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    Hey

    Long story short. So far I don't know much about botting on RS, but I thought maybe someone could help me out answering these few questions. 

    1. What do you think, is it better to bot on a VPS/Dedicated Server or own pc (or build some pc myself) 

    2. About proxies, it seems like almost everything is "flagged?" by Jagex and was wondering how big of a change proxies could actually make. Of course when running on a vps/dedi wouldn't want to use default ip to it.

     

    Regards

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    From my history way back I have botted anywhere from 1 to ~30 accounts at my peak. (this is years ago) All was done off my personal PC off my residential IP; Yeah ban waves came and went but I never had a full ban wave until I RWT during DMM and got IP banned (any active account in the last month or two was banned/accounts that had been inactive for months were fine)

    I wouldn't look to invest in any of that unless you scale up a very large farm IMO.

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