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People are botting because they think that the only fun in RS gold is pking and that training for levels to pk with is dull. This direct them to rationalize that botting is okay because it is not doing anything to affect different players, it’s simply letting them not have to play in a boring environment to get a fantastic account for pking. I also believe that the majority of folks who go on personal servers don’t go on them because they were prohibited or for rwting or for another reason, the majority of people only want a fun time pking without grinding levels at a good account.

On training my 3rd pking accounts in 2010, I have even considered botting because it is pretty clear to anybody who has coached a pking accounts that it is boring as hell. In retrospect I was lucky because at the time a lot of accounts were being stolen by botting websites and I decided partly based on this that it wouldn’t be wise to make a pking account through botting. With this said, there obviously is a problem that Jagex is not addressing. Individuals who bot appear to be bored with the idea of gaining levels to pk with, and with great reason. Pkers who want to train their levels in the classic method of killing mobs have been required to kill the very same mobs for years, its always minotaurs or monks or any other grindable mob.

You will find bots resurfacing to Runescape

So I’d say that a remedy to the botting of pkers and personal servers being so populated is that there needs to be a manner where levelling is Old school rs gold made fun. Jagex must stop taking a look at the botting difficulty in methods of bodily prevention, bodily prevention will not happen most likely as even today after the bot nuke there are bots resurfacing to Runescape. Jagex should instead concentrate on why people are botting and then they can knock out a fantastic part of botters, just leaving the golden sellers and other people who just bot for money alone.

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