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While I have always cheap OSRS gold hated botters at Maple, and hold no love for them in MS 2, I could never agree with shaming them hard due to the way Nexon functions (at least in Maple 1). As if at all, for MS2, old habits die hard. And while they do frequently mess with the current market, Nexon at Maple 1 does more than they do. Do I need them around? No, I realllly do not. Can I expect them? Absolutely. While I stated earlier that I don't agree with shaming, I will subtext that with, (unless they start to intentionally BS in a really gloomy manner like the one guy"Oh you recorded me obviously doing it manually")? .

 

I use a control for some PC gaming. I dont bot farm r w.e u call it, and I don't use my controller at this time for ms2. But my controller allow commands to be set by me on 1 button. So I can decide on a button to maneuver and perform any actions I need and set a gap in between, such as 2sec gap 8sec gap. So long as I have something to keep back that button . The game things I'm pressing the buttons because my control repeat the control.

 

I really don't understand why using bots is wrong, in a shitty game where getting a good number of mesos you've to work your ass off(likely do not wana do this as it's a shitty game), or utilize bots, you agree farming is exhausting yet fail to give that not everyone is as capable or more likely has the time for this shit but still want to

 

expereince that the"good" part of this OSRS Gold game and apply that everybody has to perform as you can even though that is not your task, it is the programmer's task as mentioned at the tos. You reek of becoming the type that's apparently"justice" pushed but in reality is far from this, not because of only my subjective opinion on botting, but



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