John Does

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Hi guys today I will be showing you my professional guide to gain some massive RSGP by bot farming.

My skype name is live:ripd2014 you can contact me with any questions you may have.

Unlike most gold farmers they would never give there method out, this guide however will show you 2 methods. You can however run both methods at 1 time to gain max GP per day or just do 1 method to earn that separate amount. All methods will be in detail and readable.

This guide will consist of:

The Methods
Getting your prerequisites for running the farm
How to obtain your prereqs without bans
Amount of GP you will be gaining per hour after prereqs
How to setup your farm
What scripts you will need
How to remain ban free
Guide to relling items for profit

Payments Acceptable
Paypal: 10$
07 GP: Equivalent to 10$ USD 2.3p/m

Method 1 : Mining - addy/mithril
Method 2: Hunting - Chinchompas

Cost to start off each method:

Method 1: 95$ This consist of buying 10 account and the 2 scripts needed.
Note* You will need to renew the scripts and buy more auths per month or per more accounts you buy.

Method 2: 100$ This consist of buying 10 account and the script needed.
Note* You will need to renew the scripts and buy more auths per month or per more accounts you buy.

Proxies: I prefer if you buy your proxies directly from a tribot moderator they are very cheap and they work well you can find them here: [url]http://tribot.org/forums/topic/27454-selling-private-tribot-ready-proxies-completely-automated-instant-delivery-250-feedback-verified-mod-partnered/[/url] if you are using my method you will need 20 proxies that will run you for 39$

What is a proxy: A proxy is a device that hides your static or dynamic IP while botting.

Overall Starting cost: 234$

Getting your prerequisites for running the farm:

Note* First you will need to…...

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