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eeny

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  1. You are going to need to convert the profiles. With the WRobot conversion tool I think the outcome is dependant on the type of profile, grinder, gatherer or quester. If you look at the structure of the XML files grinder and gatherer are easy. Usually its just a bunch of co-ordinates(Vectors) to make the path and if its a grinder there will be a section of the XML file that has the NPC ID's for the mobs you want to attack... For gatherer / grinder i would expect the conversion tool to work fine. Quester is a different story. all the HB profiles i have seen that are worth a damn are shipped with custom "plugin packages". The profile actually calls that plugin to change the way the bot works for that quest pulse. Obviously without the plugin package you are in trouble. On top of this- it will require a load of 'code sanitation' as the HB profiles have a lot more steps that wrobot doesnt use. My experience with HB quest conversion was a 1-60 profile.. i had a function Wrobot 1-60 quester with ~1300 steps... the converted HB profile had just over 4000... it was probably easy to just remake the quest profile rather than try to get the converted file to work with all the debug it would take. post a link to the HB profiles you have- maybe we can get some of them working..
  2. wManager.Wow.Bot.Tasks.GoToTask.ToPosition(new Vector3(x.xf, y.yf, z.zf)); may do it- not sure how your black magic works...
  3. I wrote a tutorial on this. if your doing a dungeon you will likely be using "quester". Make a pulse thats a 'kill and loot ' and just make the co-ordinates on the other side of the instance portal. Make the iscomplete condition return (wManager.Wow.Helpers.Usefuls.ContinentId == (int)wManager.Wow.Enums.ContinentId.DeepholmeDungeon) Where DeepholmeDungeon is the name of the zone of the instance you will be entering. Edit- could use a followpath and have it end on the other side of the instance portal.
  4. Question creation tools > options > helper tools > buddy to wrobot. I have said it in a few other threads- the simple stuff it will likely convert without issues. any complex files that pull in HB's hooks etc wont work. best of luck
  5. from the dungeon portion in the download section i would say its possible... what instance were you looking at, i may have a file somewhere.
    Minimal fight class- effective for low levels
  6. I always found healing to be borderline non functional. In my experience, you can get a fight class profile to work well, however the second you made it directly heal a party member, all bets were off and your chances of a wrobobt crash / wow crash rose 10 fold. Back in WoD If i ever had to urge to run dungeons i ran with classes who provide side or passive healing without needing to focus the tank. shamans with healing rain + health stream totem, druids with the lvl 45 rest spec Etc. If i was to run a 5 man team on 3.3.5 i would run tank + 4 ret pallys (divine storm heals) or tank + 4 enh shams (totem's). once your team is geared it should be easy enough and faster than running with a dedicated healer.
  7. Try all 3 and find out whats best for you... as for how to use:
  8. do a pick up pulse change the quest objectives to be all 0 << important do a turn in pulse. It wont try to hand in if you have any objective values that are not 0
  9. http://wrobot.eu/forums/forum/44-black-market/ has some gold seller reviews. I just go to http://www.ownedcore.com/forums/mmo-trading-market/world-of-warcraft-buy-sell-trade/ and look at people who have posted in the last hour that want to buy gold. make sure they have a good transaction record ( over 100 transactions and >98% positive). then i just ping them on skype usually something along the lines of: "Hello, i have 2 million gold on XXXSERVERXXX horde/alliance that i would like to sell. I would like to know if you would like to buy it and your current rate. Would prefer F2F trade and paypal payment. is this possible? Thanks." take it from there... they will ask you to trade gold with their character in game BEFORE they pay you. thus its important they have good ownedcore rep and trade history. once they have the gold they will ask for your account / paypal and pay you.
  10. **anyone- please correct any info below if its incorrect** The players here are the "gold farmers" and the "gold sellers". "Gold farmers" - Us ( for the most part). We probably farm a on few servers and once we have a substantial amount of gold we contact a "gold seller" to buy from us. Most good Gold seller's will be online in skype 100% of the time. Its likely 3-4 people doing shifts for coverage. Some are NOT 24/7 and you will see them in ownedcore saying "online for next X hours". In my experience most gold sellers i talk to are based in Korea or Hong Kong and will respond within a few minutes of a syke ping. Always good to have a few trusted sellers on your Skype list and just check ownedcore to see who said they were available last. The "gold seller" setup is a bit more complex. Generally they hide their millions in guild banks. That way they can 'transfer' gold to different servers by making a lvl 1 toon on the same battlegroup as the bank, and simply inviting the new character to the guild depositing / withdrawing gold from that char. By doing it this way they dont need to have a character on every server, jut one per battlegroup. Generally these Gold Sellers do not farm gold. They buy from the suppliers (Me) at one rate and sell to the public at an inflated rate. As nighstalker said. If they need to do a Face2Face (F2F) trade on a sever they dont have a toon on, they will make a lvl 1and invite it to the guild. Once they confirm payment has come through, the lvl 1 toon will withdraw the gold and trade to you. lvl 1 char the Gquits and is deleted. reverse this process if you are selling gold to the seller. Sidenote: While selling gold direct to the public will give you better $$ per Kgold, the risk isn't worth it IMO. I always sell to a professional gold seller over the risk of someone withdrawing the Paypal payment after the trade. Also, bans / trolls / griefers / scammers...I'll lose out on the 0.03 USD per K to not deal with that bullshit.
  11. If you read the profile description: " most of the bots I used for QA on this profile started at 21-22 and the ones with instance gear faired much better. There are some grinder portions to the profile so starting at 20 wont be an issue if you have the gear to survive " Imod is right- Most large quest profiles will have grind portions in them to ensure all bots using the profile will be a certain level prior to continuing quests after the grind step. The part of the profile is called "filler"- aka grind till lvl X. Once the bot reaches lvl X it will move on with the profile and start questing again. TL;DR - free profile, get what you pay for.
  12. on Wrobot Retail unlimited license you can run unlimited Wrobot instances from one external facing IP. Regardless of wow account names, owners etc. So you can bot on multiple wow accs as long as they are all on the same network.
  13. With Patch 7.1.5 - 7.2? 'Night-hold' dropping on the 17th- I would not be surprised if a banwave rolled through in the next week. Especially with the starlight rose market looking the way it is right now.... I'm going through a 'fire drill' on my bot accounts- cleaning out all the gold / items to my gbanks / main account. So if you are worried about losing the botted gold / items- move it now... leave enough on the bot for a WoW token though.
  14. This subject hasn't been directly addressed in a while. While it is obvious with todays market that Legion herb / skin / mine bots are what will make you the most Gold Per Hour. There inst much to be said on this forum about WoD bots (non legion bots). The following was based on my server economy and token prices- yours may vary. $15 USD ( or less if your lucky) isn't much to get started with WoW botting. Once you start a bot on an account- you essentially say " bye bye " to it... so 15 USD inst bad for a little experiment. Since the 7.1 banwave rolled in- this is the WoW game I have been playing. getting started: This is rough- you want to level as fast as possible. Once you buy the game you have 30 days to scrape together enough gold for the 30 day WoW token.... unless you want to pay $$ for another 30 day sub. I Honestly struggled here. I started levelling two bots per account with relogger swapping between them and at ~ lvl 65 trimmed it down to 1 bot per acc with sped things up nicely. Still, this was just after the 7.1 banwave so i was taking it slow. It took ~9 out of the 30 days of staggered play to get to lvl 80 (using my horde levelling profile). Gold farming LVL 80-85 Once you hit lvl 80 you start making some OK gold. You should have ~5K from pre CATA levelling. In CATA I set the bot to sell EVERTHING with the exception of: Embersilk Cloth Volatile Earth Really... nothing else sold on my Mid Pop Oceanic server AH. Still the 'man hours' of posting auctions at any level is substantial. I made a few K from lvling, however no-where near the rate that was going to buy me a WoW token at the end of the month. Gold farming LVL 85-90 Pandaria: there is a LOT of gold to be made here... just at lvl 85 you cant make it yet. I went the Mining / Herb route and found only Mining was worth a damn. Even then it was VERY easy to saturate the AH market with botted ores. http://www.wowhead.com/item=89112/mote-of-harmony is your friend here. Its 'hard'/tedious to farm so people buy it from the AH and its hovering around 10 gold per mote (100G for a spirit). motes were easy money- and the mobs drop decent vendor trash too which gives a bump to the GPH. I hit 90 (bought pandaria flying) and ran Seu's ore gatherer for a night ~6-8 hrs. Its a seriously good profile which netted me just over 1000 ghost iron ore which I cycled through the AH over a few days. 10K towards the token. Gold farming 90-98 I Took levelling as a priority in this bracket. I left the bots in grind loops of mobs that drop http://www.wowhead.com/item=111557/sumptuous-fur . Sells very stably at ~2g per unit on my server ( thanks to the bag market). Never had much issue shifting units though the AH on my bank toon. With the fur and drops bots were running at 600G / hour at this point which was nice. Gold farming 98-100+ This is where "Meatgut needs needs bones" comes in. its just like farming sumptuous fur, except each bone is 0.35G. Most mobs drop 1-3 bones so it bumps up the GPH nicely. at this point I was running my BM hunter and Feral druid at 550-650 gold per hour. In the first month I just scraped by. Both accounts got their 30 day WoW token @56K gold a pop with a few K to spare. the next month is looking good as both acc's have a lvl 100 to farm the gold for the next token. Still im yet to have a substantial 'return on investment' to my main account. Gold farming at lvl 100. Balance is key here. unfortunately: balance requires a LOT of human intervention with the bot... Im currently cycling 4 profiles on each bot on my 2 accounts. On a good day i may pull in ~ 10K per account while botting 6-8 hours. On a normal day its in the realm of 5-6K. I'm lvling up other bots so i can have each bot tied to a specific profile, which will stop me manually swapping profiles. however to do that i will need 3 lvl 100's per account so at this time i just swap the profile out each night. The 4 profiles im Currently using are - Isle of giants by XCow. Easy to farm a few thousand bones and throw them n the AH. they dont sell quick, but people will often buy them in the 1000's when they do. - Stonecore goldfarmer by Eeny. just RAW stable gold. Even without AH'ing the Embersilk or Volatile fire its 700-800G an hour from boss / vendor trash. - Meatgut needs Bones- by Droidz. Once agin easy stable money and very solid AFK-able profile 550-650g/ hour. More once you factor in putting Sumptuous fur through the AH. - Seu's Ore Gatherer- by Suemas. Solid profile buy cant run 100% of the time due to AH saturation. I run it once every few days after my Auctions sell. Amazing GPH, just not sustainable. Conclusion: this was a bit of fun, however If you do this you will be waiting 30 days + before you see any real return of gold to your man account. If you are looking to make gold to sell to gold buyers- stick to lgion farming. if you want a low cost / low return gold stream for your main account. WoD bots are a bit of fun and cheap if you get a ban. If anyone has any additions / tips / tricks let me know and ill add them.