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101 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Thu Oct 20, 2011 10:57 pm

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Mod Nexus wrote:
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Mod Nexus

*tries to get this topic back on track >_>*

Jagex be rwt'in' again.



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102 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 05, 2011 9:01 am

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Muahahahahahahahaha Bots are a goner, this is clear proof

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Even autofighter know they won't get the bots up again. Jacmob was the king of bot scripting and he's sold out for a job at JAGEX. He's using his knowledge of the client he got working to stop the rest of the botting companies getting back on. They are screwed XD

103 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 05, 2011 9:06 am

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I'd assume so.



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104 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 05, 2011 10:11 am

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Kudos to Jagex.



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105 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 05, 2011 10:29 am

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Eh..

Botting is only "behind" jagex, doesn't mean it won't return in the future. I've never heard of this guy "Jacmob" before now, but the fact that Jagex has employed this person.. ofcourse he'll say "Oh yeah, jagex is miles ahead now, and botting won't catch up";
I don't really see any "big news" here; Jagex employed a previous bot-scripter? Sure; That's like Sony employing the "hackers" (from when the PSN was down for 2-3 weeks or w/e it was), they will help fix the holes in the security at sony; in the same way, this code-scripter will help Jagex. Correct me if i'm wrong; but that "Jacmob" guy said.. "I can stop botting permanenty"? You have to remember "Permanently" means.. forever. There will always be holes to be exposed in gaming; there always is. (Oh, and if you think "Jacmob" is the best of the best, there will always be people trying tomorrow.)

I know my view is negative, but that's the way I like to look at things, yell at me if you want; but i'm not going to change my views. >_> I'm yet to be convinced that botting will ">Never<" return.

Kudos to Jagex for now. (even if it did take them over a year)



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106 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 05, 2011 10:51 am

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Owen wrote:Eh..

Botting is only "behind" jagex, doesn't mean it won't return in the future. I've never heard of this guy "Jacmob" before now, but the fact that Jagex has employed this person.. ofcourse he'll say "Oh yeah, jagex is miles ahead now, and botting won't catch up";
I don't really see any "big news" here; Jagex employed a previous bot-scripter? Sure; That's like Sony employing the "hackers" (from when the PSN was down for 2-3 weeks or w/e it was), they will help fix the holes in the security at sony; in the same way, this code-scripter will help Jagex. Correct me if i'm wrong; but that "Jacmob" guy said.. "I can stop botting permanenty"? You have to remember "Permanently" means.. forever. There will always be holes to be exposed in gaming; there always is. (Oh, and if you think "Jacmob" is the best of the best, there will always be people trying tomorrow.)

I know my view is negative, but that's the way I like to look at things, yell at me if you want; but i'm not going to change my views. >_> I'm yet to be convinced that botting will ">Never<" return.

Kudos to Jagex for now. (even if it did take them over a year)

It's just that we assume that Jacmob knows what it takes for a bot to run smoothly, and what specific things are needed. So now that Jagex have Jacmob on their side, it's a huge bonus for them. Botting will return, there's no question about that, but I think it will be a while before botting becomes a huge issue again.

P.S PSN Sucks.



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107 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 05, 2011 11:54 am

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Owen wrote:Eh..

Botting is only "behind" jagex, doesn't mean it won't return in the future. I've never heard of this guy "Jacmob" before now, but the fact that Jagex has employed this person.. ofcourse he'll say "Oh yeah, jagex is miles ahead now, and botting won't catch up";
I don't really see any "big news" here; Jagex employed a previous bot-scripter? Sure; That's like Sony employing the "hackers" (from when the PSN was down for 2-3 weeks or w/e it was), they will help fix the holes in the security at sony; in the same way, this code-scripter will help Jagex. Correct me if i'm wrong; but that "Jacmob" guy said.. "I can stop botting permanenty"? You have to remember "Permanently" means.. forever. There will always be holes to be exposed in gaming; there always is. (Oh, and if you think "Jacmob" is the best of the best, there will always be people trying tomorrow.)

I know my view is negative, but that's the way I like to look at things, yell at me if you want; but i'm not going to change my views. >_> I'm yet to be convinced that botting will ">Never<" return.

Kudos to Jagex for now. (even if it did take them over a year)

Botting still exists, there's no MMO out there without a type of bot but if Jagex keeps the numbers down I'm greatful for that.



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108 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 05, 2011 9:16 pm

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It's what companies do to people like him. They hire them.

109 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 19, 2011 3:59 am

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Failex wrote:
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and UK and US account holders can mark the occasion with a hearty helping of RuneScape membership and an exclusive, non-tradable turkey hat item to adorn your head in-game and on the forums.

To take advantage of this offer, simply purchase a 90 day RuneScape Membership Card from Target (in the United States) or GAME (in the UK) and redeem it between the 18th of November 2011 and the 8th of December 2011. Next time you log in, the hat will be deposited into your bank, or sent to Diango if you don’t have space.

Not only will the card get you an exclusive item, but at $22.50 or £12.99 they’re a convenient and affordable way to stock up on membership over the winter and enjoy the great content we’ll be bringing to you as the nights draw in.

The RuneScape Team

No Jagex, just no.
It's not even been 30 days since people bought a "go green for halloween" (30 day) card.



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110 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sat Nov 19, 2011 11:36 am

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Eew.

111 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sun Nov 27, 2011 5:35 am

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Update: Runescape is dead. Its pretty much official now, this is the year of runescapes death.



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112 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sun Nov 27, 2011 8:47 am

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Ganon Sheik wrote:Update: Runescape is dead. Its pretty much official now, this is the year of runescapes death.



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113 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:11 am

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It might be dead in terms of players online, well technically there's been about 10% decrease in the number of actual players online but generally, these years content updates have been decent. Admittedly a lot of them have been graphically based and I am fine with that, they are trying to bring Runescape's graphics up to a similar level of other MMO's on the market which makes sense. One Piercing Note was a great quest, first fully voiced and it has a nice storyline to it. ROTM! Nuff said, that sort of speaks for itself really. The updates that are coming out in 2012 sound awesome as well. I don't think Runescape is over yet. They have said they will not disown Runescape until at least 2015 (i.e. 15th anniversary).

114 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:17 am

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Runescape looks dead without the bots firemaking at the G E, swarming yew trees, mining the coals in the mining guild. I'm sticking to this, just like if Global Chat ever will die for whatever reason. I'm staying in there till the end. I'm no pussy.



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115 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:24 am

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Warillusen wrote:Runescape looks dead without the bots firemaking at the G E, swarming yew trees, mining the coals in the mining guild. I'm sticking to this, just like if Global Chat ever will die for whatever reason. I'm staying in there till the end. I'm no pussy.

Same. I've spent nearly 5 years on my account, might as well spend another 3 while I'm at Uni and try get my max/completionist cape before then.

116 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:38 am

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Mr V wrote:They have said they will not disown Runescape until at least 2015 (i.e. 15th anniversary).

Interesting.



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117 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Fri Dec 16, 2011 12:12 am

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Eh, I'll be around 6-12 months on 3-18 off as always. Not getting rid of me that easily.



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118 Re: Death of runescape discussion on Fri Dec 16, 2011 6:46 am

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'sif.



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