By Zer0Hi wRobot Community!
Here is my first plugin. An enemy radar that can scan your surroundings for mobs to attack, whether they are included in your profile file or not.
Why use Z.E.Radar?
The reason I have created this plugin is because during travel or even grinding loops, if the enemies encountered are not specified in your profile, you might see your character just mindlessly run into packs of mobs and getting attacked first before retaliating. Z.E.Robot brings a solution to this issue by detecting every enemy in your surroundings and attacking the closest one before they attack, within a certain range of level and distance.
What Z.E.Radar is NOT
If you encounter those issues, it is mostly because your profile file is not complete or needs corrections. Z.E.Radar should not be a substitue to having clean and well-thought profile files. It should be a crutch or a tool to complete and reinforce your botting experience.
How to install
Copy the file into your plugin folder and activate the plugin in the wRobot interface.
Z.E.Radar in details
With Z.E.Radar, you can
Set the detection radius. 25-30 yards seems to be a sweet spot. ⛔ DO NOT SET THIS VALUE TOO HIGH ⛔ or you might see your bot go on a murdering rampage in the entire zone with undesired consequences. Plus, you might experience a drop in computer performance due to the radar requiring exponentially higher workloads in populated areas. Set the level range of enemies to attack. You can set Z.E.Radar to attack only enemies within a range relative to your own level by inputting the "Lower lvl difference" and the "Higher lvl difference". For example, if you have set the lower level difference to 10 and the higher lvl difference to 3, and you are level 25, the bot will only attack enemies between level 15 and 28 (20-10 and 25+3). Choose whether the radar is activated when mounted. Choose to ignore passive enemies (yellow portraits). Choose to ignore loot for radar initiated fights. The reason I advise you set this value to True is because radar initiated fights are mostly undesired fights, for example when going to town. The bot will effectively clear out the way. Reaching for loot would mean a waste of time and an extension of the radar distance detection if the corpse is several yards away, leading to even more potential radar fights. Choose to ignore elite enemies. Choose to ignore indoors enemies. Indoors fights are usually not bot friendly. Set it to False at your own risk. Set the maximum Z axis (height) difference for radar detection. You probably don't want to detect and attack enemies under the bridge you are walking on or on a lower floor. 15 seems to work fine. Choose to use your Hearthstone when going to town. This has nothing much to do with the radar itself, just a QoL addition. It is a work in progress and is barely tested. In doubt, set it to False. This is my first plugin and I am new to wRobot. You might encounter bugs. In this case, please contact me or leave a comment. I will keep working on it. It is only tested on a TBC server. It might work for other expansions, but I can't guarantee it. Feel free to play with the setting but please monitor your bot while using the radar. Any feedback will be appreciated.
IMPORTANT : Other plugins might interfere with Z.E.Radar. If you encounter a bug, please try deactivating your other plugins first.
-- KNOWN BUGS, Fix in progress --
Blacklisted session mobs make the radar freeze, causing the character to run into enemies without engaging combat The radar occasionally keeps running after the bot is stopped When the character is on its way to a vendor/flightmaster and engages in a radar fight, the vendor/flightmaster gets blacklisted Maximum radar detection radius should be hard-coded Lower default Z-axis delta limitation to 10 The character runs in a seemingly random direction for a few seconds after using Hearthstone Radar should stop during regen
By MateniaOnly tested with the English client. While most things should work flawlessly with other clients, I will not offer support.
Dear wRobot community,
today I want to introduce you to a new product that I have been working on for the past months. Yes, this is a product. Do NOT load it as a plugin.
It expands on the simple Battlegrounder functionality you already know from wRobot and is called AdvancedBattlegrounder.
This product is NOT a fightclass. You will need to acquire a fightclass separately, as if you were using a quester or a grinder. I do NOT take responsibility for anyone using bad fightclasses that get them banned in PvP.
What does this product do differently than the functionality you are already used to?
plays for objectives - attacks and defends bases, tries to protect and return the flag (it always prioritizes real players doing the work) prioritizes healers in combat uses mage table if available can use food in your wRobot settings, if activated in the product options calls incs in chat (randomized) during defense and where it makes sense supports WSG, AB, AV, EoTS and leaves unsupported BGs (waits for Deserter to requeue)
For more info, hop on my Discord channel and ask questions.
PURCHASE NOW - 10 concurrent IPs on 1 wRobot key - 20€
By MykoplazmaWell because nightbane have some problems with looting - this is a plugin that will force the loot process. It's working but game returns some crappy message like you cannot loot that cropse or the target is dead or other crap. Use at your own risk 🙂
By MateniaThis has been replaced by a more advanced (FREE) plugin, please see:
By MateniaThis plugin stops combat if your bot attacking a mob that's been tagged/tabbed/etc by someone else (their portray is grayed out).
It's very simple and straightforward and should help you looking less like a bot as well as getting a higher xp/hour rate.
By YayyboOperator is a GUI-based Client/Server multiboxing assistance plugin, which utilizes WRotation and FightClasses. Several Wrobot instances connect to a selected Wrobot "master" instance and communicate with each other. Do not use it on a server where multiboxing isn't allowed! With the new version it is possible to configure a complete multiboxing setup where you can swap between manual driven slaves and WRotation driven slaves.
You say: "Why don't you just use Party?" Running all clients with Party looks way to bottish in my opinion as all clients stack on each, attack on will and do nifty pathing stuff. For dungeons i stick with Party as Operator cannot control a healer. For open world i choose Operator. Keep in mind that Operator isn't handling any movements of the slaves and only relies on plain following. Melee classes as slaves could end up doing nothing as they might dont get in range. I do prefer caster classes as slaves and a melee/caster class as master.
Auto follow Wrobot "master" instance aka party leader Usage of provided FightClasses via WRotation Auto selection of best water & food currently held in inventory Command sessions to drink & eat Start/Stop all sessions and Wrobot Scan inventory and display its content Trade items from one character to another without tabbing through wow clients Display free inventory slots and money Loot target of master Gossip with target of master Attack target of master Freely movable GUI Opens Wrobot if double clicked on a character in the clients tab User defined key forwarding to all clients like other multiboxing solutions (HotkeyNet or Octopus) Resize and move wow clients to perfectly fit your display space Memorizes wow client size and position to restore them at the next session Remarks:
Global hotkeys are swallowed and can't be forwarded to slave sessions If key broadcasting is enabled only whitelisted keys are sent Space (Jump) is automatically whitelisted and can be disabled via a hotkey. Per default it is enabled as it is sometimes handy to jump with all clients over an obstacle. Only keys sent from the master session are forwarded. Sending keys from a slave session won't forward any keys. Writing in a messenger for example won't forward any keys aswell. Instructions:
Put the Operator.dll into your Plugins folder Start as many Wrobot sessions you want Activate the Operator Plugin under Wrobot -> Plugins -> Toggle Switch (On/Off) Configure the Operator Plugin under Wrobot -> Plugins -> Settings for selected plugin Set one instance (your party leader) as server in the plugin settings Change the port if neccessary (default is 11000) Whitelist keystrokes if needed to allow key broadcasting to all clients Adjust the keybindings of the global hotkeys to your liking Under Main -> Products choose WRotation Set your FightClass under General Settings Set your product settings to the following:
Start/Stop toggle buttons, Drink command, Broadcast and Jump Hotkey and Client, Trade and Window Manager expander
Expanded clients tab with connected sessions. The crown implies the party leader...and yup there is a pokeball inside the crown
Selecting a client in the client tab displays its inventory contents. Choose a destination client in the To: ComboBox, select the items you want to trade and hit the pan.
Broadcast Keys - Whitelist keys you want to broadcast to all clients...just like a normal mutliboxing tool Print Debug Messages - As the plugin is verbose as f*** you can disable its logging to not interfere with other plugin debug messages Is Server - Configures a WRobot instance as server (master) or client (slave) Port - Listener Port for the server Global Hotkeys - Mostly toggle commands for fast enabling/disabling of selected features Window - Operator memorizes the position and size of each wow client you use. Decide if operator should restore size and position of each window
What you shouldn't do...
don't start the clients first if there is no running server don't start the operator via the GUI if not all clients are connected don't change the leader if your newly selected leader isn't acting as server...your clients will follow the newly selected leader while the old leader (which acts as server) does nothing don't run multiple servers...only one server and multiple clients Known Issues:
Issueing the drink & eat command takes a bit if launched the first time as each clients iterates through the whole inventory to find suitable consumables Deleting consumables might screw up the drink & eat command as the plugin memorizes previously scanned consumables and their stackcount to prevent slow iterations through the inventory The inventory displays all distinct item names and not the corresponding stacks. Trading from one character to another tries to trade all items under a certain name. Even if there are two inventory slots free and you have selected two items the trade could abort as there are more stacks than free slots. I havent figured a way out to do a fast scan through all bags and slots with the Wrobot API. Doing it with LUA is way to slow to do it on a regular basis. Demon Hunter icon isn't provided in the clients tab. Instead Durumu from "Throne of Thunders" is used :=) Inventory updates are only propagated if the plugin is started Works only if all connected clients are in the same party...up to now you can't have a high level follow you and kill stuff if not in party It appears that slaves attack with a slight delay. This is because slaves won't attack if the target of the master hasn't lost some health points. The condition is included to prevent any "oopsies" caused by targeting hostile units without the intention to attack them as the combat is still driven by WRotation. Planned features:
Full inventory scans triggered when the client selection changes Inventory scans outside of Auto or Multibox Interaction with (guild)bank and auto storage Proper propagation of leader swaps even if the new leader isn't acting as server Integration of non party members to join the fun Tested with TBC. Should work with other versions aswell...
In addition a multiboxing addon like Jamba is recommended to accept and turnin quest, take the flight master, sell stuff...and more.
I am happy for reports and suggestions that should be added :) If you consider leaving a comment i don't mind if you add the WoW version :P
By MateniaCombatlooter plugin working for TBC. It will loot between kills and before drinking.
However, only everything within 10 yards is looted before regen.
By MateniaThis plugin is great for leveling mining. The bot usually doesn't know which nodes you can mine with your current skill.
Therefore, when you use this plugin, it will blacklist all nodes you cannot mine with your current skill, so the bot will not even approach them.
It doesn't waste any time and makes you look a whole lot less like a bot. It will clean the blacklist whenever your skill updates.
Example debug log:
By YayyboCommander is based on the Operator plugin and exposes functionality to start/stop specific WRobot sessions. Fast access to running instances to start/stop them to prevent any "oh shit"-moments while you play on your main. In addition you can move and resize any wow client to allow the visual observation of multiple clients at once. Get out the most of your display space without using an external windowing tool.
Start a specific WRobot session Stop a specific WRobot session Resize and move wow clients Single, Dual, Tri, Whatever-Monitor setups supported Double click on a connected client to open the corresponding WRobot session Freely movable GUI Instructions:
Put the Commander.dll into your Plugins folder Start as many Wrobot sessions you want Activate the Commander Plugin under Wrobot -> Plugins -> Toggle Switch (On/Off) Configure the Commander Plugin under Wrobot -> Plugins -> Settings for selected plugin Change the port if neccessary (default is 12000) Set one WRobot session as server Configure your bot as usual to Quest, Gather, Grind or what ever :)
Connected clients...start/stop each client individual
Select a client and open the expander. Click on the "Map" icon to open a Resize & Move window.
Move this window to a location where you want to position your wow client. Press "X" to close the Resize & Move window and the wow client of the selected character automatically moves & resizes to the location and size of the Resize & Move window. Move the Resize & Move window against a border and use the resize features of your operating system to scale to fractions of your monitor resolution.
Result: Perfect borderless resized and quatered wow clients without fiddeling with screen sizes :)
What you shouldn't do...
don't start the clients first if there is no running server don't run multiple servers under the same port don't use the same port as the Operator Plugin as both plugins can connect to each other...Commander is just a stripped down version of Operator Known Issues:
Rapidly starting/stoping WRobot via the WRobot GUI might crash the bot as the plugin can't keep up with starting and stoping while cleaning allocated resources Selecting a client is somewhat "hard" :) the listview item is small so try it on the edges or borders...same goes for moving the GUI Maximizing the Move & Resize window prevents further moving. Just close the Move & Resize and reopen it. Planned Features:
Picture in picture wow clients
Works with all WoW versions
By JasabiAutomatically sets talents when you level up!
Tested and working on Vanilla and TBC
Go to http://armory.twinstar.cz/talent-calc.php and select your expansion. Select your class and set talents. Click on "Link to this build" in the right corner. Copy this part of the link.
Go into iTalents settings and set the Talent string as that value.
It will always learn the first Talent tree first and will go in order from left to right. You can add multiple talent strings though. So if for a frost mage for example you want it to learn Frost first. Something like this: Add that Talent string first. Then complete the build with Arcane and add the Talent strings like this: 0000000000000000000000000000000005353203000351001 0000000000000000000000000000000005353233000351001 2302502010020000000000000000000005353233000351001 Recommended Items to use with this for a full AFK experience: Not fully AFK yet, but being worked on regularly:
Join my Discord for any help: https://discord.gg/anAu7QA
By reaplerThis plugin fixes a bug which the player lead to mount up while the mining node still exist
By NubiaAre you tired of stopping your leveling to go learn your spells every level ?
TbcTrainLevel lets you learn spells more effectively in order to speed up the leveling :
Every 2 levels from 1 to 10 Every 6 levels from 10 to 60 All levels from 60 to 70 How to use : Add the TBCTrainLevel.cs file to the Wrobot Plugins folder.
After this, start up bot, go to the tab called "Plugins" and turn "TBCTrainLevel.cs" by on.