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Getting Started

Welcome to DreamBot's Guides!

You will find various guides here to help you setup, use, and even make your own scripts.

Creating an Account

Before you can use DreamBot, you'll need to register an account.

Our free accounts only allow 2 open instances at a time. If you're interested in running more than that, consider purchasing VIP or Sponsor to run unlimited instances.

Installing Java

Let's get started with installing Java.


Download Java using this link, then install by following the instructions.


We currently recommend installing AdoptOpenJDK 11.

Choose macOS for the Operating System option, then download the first .pkg to download the installer.

Install Java by running the .pkg file you just downloaded, then follow the instructions.



If you're trying to maximize memory usage, it's preferred to use the OpenJ9 JVM. You can find built binaries at AdoptOpenJDK.

Installing Java on most Linux distros is fairly simple. Run the commands below in a terminal depending on your distro.


sudo apt-get install default-jre

CentOS and Fedora

sudo yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk


sudo apt install default-jre

Installing DreamBot

You can get DreamBot by downloading our launcher, then running it.

Every time you run the launcher, it will check for and, if necessary, download the latest version of DreamBot.

Press Launch Client and DreamBot should start right up. Enjoy!


The DreamBot launcher won't start when I run it

If you're on Windows, try downloading and running the JarFix tool.

If you're on MacOS, you may need to right click the launcher JAR file, then press Open. After that, a popup should show up asking if you want to run it, and you should allow it.