Still some crashes, but they seem to be working on it^^
Last edited by Assistend; 06-11-2012 at 08:35 PM.
Video found here
DH - The Core of Arreat Video & Feedback
Looks VERY disappointing. Maybe because it is still in development but the AI for attacking, what skills it uses and such seems very off as far as speeding things up for high GPH.
This bot has been a headache from the second I bought it... I am in no way affilated with HellBuddy but that bot which is still in beta and is free is leaps and bounds above this one that I just spent $21 US on. I cannot speak for Immortal or D3A but I am sure those are better alternatives than this one. I am hoping that the forums are correct in that this bot is pretty safe from Warden detection, because that right there could be its' saving grace.
Each update they put out messes something up, and they've put out 4-5 updates since I bought the damn thing. Many people are having log-in issues, a lot of people including myself are having combat issues where the bot will just run into a pack of mobs and sit there and take massive damage without even attacking. Bot will sometimes go out to lunch so to speak and game session will time out. Bot doesn't always loot blues, yellows, and sometimes it doesn't even loot gold. All in all just not a good time, and the worst part of all is when it is working properly (which for me was in between 2 updates then they updated again and it went back to failing for me) I was only racking in 100-150k per hour...
Again this is just my review as a paying customer with my first day with the bot. I know some people are happy and raving about this bot, but a big majority of the community on the official honorboddy forums are having issue after issue as am I.
Hopefully these issues get ironed out and those of us who bought the bot get some sort of compensation. I, like others, feel like I paid for a bot that's still in beta.
Immortal is only worth it if you have a pre-28 account. :/
The only question is: How safe is using Sarkoth farming autoit scripts? If it's not very safe, DemonBuddy might be a better option.
If autoit is safe, then it's clearly better as it's free and I bring in at least as much gold as Demon Buddy can make.
DB users struggling to hit 180gph on core from what i read on their forums, tonnes of bugs, defective AI, QQs and their mod saying 'Warden is not implemented at this moment'.
Any place still worth botting? I mean like in the range of 300-400k per hour?
I'll give it a week to work the bugs out before I decide to buy it or not. It sounds like it's not quite fine tuned yet.
Look at it from their perspective, everyone is in their face asking them to release it, and they know people are willing to pay for it. Hawker already said that its cheap now if you wanna deal with the "Beta"ness of it. I expect it to mature and get a LOT better. The game hasn't even been out a month, gamers like us in this forum put in a lot of hours so it might be hard to recollect that its ONLY BEEN > A MONTH. I personally find it impressive for a team to have already popped something like this out for D3, (as well as Immortal). These guys have more of a Reputation from what I know so just give it some time!
Thanks for the revieww )
The GPH difference isn't just the few seconds it takes to leave, it's that everything it does, it does terribly.
I'm sure that with time it'll be the only option, but I can't believe that after so much time developing it's sooooo behind Immortal (that, let's face it, is absolutely ghetto).
I'll keep my accounts using my pre 28th Immortal license. If DB stops sucking, I'll switch, but giving up 2/3 of my GPH right now would be retarded.
I just have 1 question... Which one dodges warden better..? That's all I care about. I'm fine with losing a little profit for security.
my question is:
Where is the guide how to use the bot?
ps: thanks found it
follow up question, I was planning to buy the DB3 Session Lifetime, how many account can I used in this bot? can I use this bot in multiple account?
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by pjhulz; 06-12-2012 at 12:31 AM. Reason: added comment