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    light87
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    Recently downloaded DB3 and tried it for a bit, a few hours here and there, mainly using some or most of the following scripts. Account was promptly banned a week later for major macroing. It was a throwaway account to just play about with things, but be warned! These scripts/the client may be detected as of November 2021

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    Baller Progressive WC
    Mogy Woodcutter
    DD Goblin Slayer
    Deki Clay Miner
    FOO's Fisher
    FOO's Essence Miner
    jbQuestBot
    sGrandCooker
    Alclueholic
    Fightaholic
    Walkaholic
    Ninja Fisher Pro
    tnp's Ten QP
    Nekross Woodcutter
    Miner
    Progressive F2P Runecrafter
    EssRunner
    Bryno's Iron Banker
    QuestPro
    [Free] Fiesch Smelter

    "Account banned for macroing in OldSchool. Our macro detection system has been monitoring your account closely and has detected that you are using illegal 3rd party software which violates the rules of the game and breaches your terms of service with Jagex. Our team have reviewed the evidence and can confirm that you were using illegal botting software. Jagex are able to accurately detect all illegal 3rd party software and any promises from their makers about being totally undetectable' or 'no ban guaranteed' are inaccurate. As such your account has been permanently removed from game. Please take this time to familiarise yourself with the rules should you wish to create another account."

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    Using numerous scripts on a single account increases your risk of detection tenfold. You have to test each script individually to see whether it is easily detected or not. I have used many easily detected scripts and others that have virtually no detection. Also limiting the online time obviously plays a part in detection rates. I would say a lot of the scripts you have stated would be easily detected over time.

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