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The Guide on Botting in Ragnarok
Some of the older botters may remember my old guide, and has been gone since the forum move. I decided to make a new guide for this forum with many of the concepts from the old guide as well as new. Thanks to all for the credit, and I'm glad it was of good help to some new to botting on Ragnarok.
Openkore is a free open source botting client supported by a handful of developers for your use. The purpose of this guide is to hopefully teach a new generation of botters to become better users and make your game play more enjoyable. I normally do not play MMORPGS because I hate grinding, but this program overcomes that dislike for me.
Openkore does not support Kill Stealing, likewise I do not support reporting other bots. I made this guide in order to encourage players to help each other and I hope you do the same, after all the developers wanted to share openkore with you. Therefore, put your retarded nature aside and contribute. Last thing I want to hear on the news is some kid in another country killing his friend over a GTB card. This game is not worth your life or anyone else - If anything be competitive in school or at work, and remember to help others.
In Addition, for you private server owners out there who think your fighting the good guys fight. Give me a fucking break, you think using stolen copyrighted material (doesn't matter how you argue it), and hosting it on your servers for your monetary gain makes you any better than people who bot on your servers? Your a thief, and that makes you worse than a cheater . I go to eAthena forums and I see many idiots who feel self-righteous and seriously you should know your place . Similar idiots who lurk here, but never contributing or helping others then change their post with "Never mind", "Problem Solved", "Please delete this post". For the rest of us that have accepted who we are (private server owners and/or botters), have a happy new year
You should always use the latest openkore as this is the only version supported by developers now. It will also solve a lot of the problems you may have with the program and also because my guide is based on this. You can download the latest openkore on the link I posted below, in addition you can download the Turtoise SVN to stayed constantly updated. If you install turtoiseSVN you'll know because you'll see green check marks on your Openkore folders. You can then right click the folders to see a "Update SVN" option to update the folders.
Testing Your Bot
Many botters miss this step, and that is testing your bot. How do you know whether or not if your bot is acting the way you want it? There are two ways to do this, one is using Xkore mode and observing your bot's actions. The other method is duel clienting and test your bot. The duel client method is the one I prefer the most because it gives me better information on how to improve the bot. You can either go to a secluded map or make your own server. The map I use is pay_fild03, it has NPCs close by and I can do live tests on my bot since there are no aggressive monsters there.
Once you get a hang of configuring your bot you'll become more familiar with it, and in time you'll have copies of your own custom settings that you can take on any server in a text file.
Under common mistakes I addressed typical issues people can tell your a bot, this is where macros come in. They do not come included in your Openkore folder, you have to install them yourself.
The macro is a plugin that goes in the plugin folder and it is far the most powerful plugin in Openkore. The following link http://openkore.svn.sf.net/viewvc/openkore/plugins/ has the macro under /macro as well as other plugins that will be discussed in this guide. The macro manual explains how to install them.
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