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    [Request] Rich Copper Vein (AutoIt Bot) - 800+ Copper Ores /Hour

    Hi. I've been using this method to mine a ton of copper ore:
    http://www.ownedcore.com/forums/mmo/...100-spawn.html (Rich Copper Vein 100% Spawn)

    It's really fast and it should be possible to make an AutoIt profile that will do this fast. I would but I'm really bad at coding that.
    It needs to be able to click "Close" on the popup that says that you've been transferred to an overflow server and be able to equip new
    mining picks when you've run out.

    Any takers? We have to abuse this quickly before it gets patched, which will likely be within a week.

    [Request] Rich Copper Vein (AutoIt Bot) - 800+ Copper Ores /Hour

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