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  1. [quote name='cocaine']nice guide :)[/QUOTE] Haha, most likely :D
  2. Ok so this guide is from a PAID app on the apple store, I bought it so i could share with everyone. How to become a Mod in RS. Most Valuable Thing. Make sure you have a clean record, if you have any offences, this could highly reduce your chances of becoming a mod. Step 1. Make sure you account is fully secure, Make sure you set good recovery questions, and a hard password to guess. You will also need an email set up with your account and a bank pin. Step 2. This requires abit of patience but a great way to get yourself noticed is by going to lumbridge in world 1 and reporting all the noobs that curse, or advertise they want a girlfriend and such. For the asking for gf/bf cases, that falls under the "solicitation" report. Do not tell them you've reprted them, and this is very important. Do you ever see a player mod saying "Reported" after they've reported someone ? No. Their actually not allowed to. Step 3. For step 3 you are going to want to sit in a F2P world at the rimmington mine (look on world map) and report suspicious botters. Now make sure that you ask for their mining levels or something smiliar before you report, as you dont want false reporting on your record. But if they are botting, and you catch them doing it, report them. Don't over report as it may not help your chances at all. Step 4. Lurking clan chats is a great way to get some good reports in. By going to popular chats you are always seeing people breaking the rules. Report them, and get your record straight of real good reports. Step 5. Dont ask Jagex / Runescape to make you a moderator. If you don't it highly increases your chances. I'm not saying you can't add your name to the forum, but don't send Jagex messages on Youtube or Facebook or anything like that. Step 6. Finding the "Are you community focused" thread on the forums is a great way to get your name out there. By doing so, you're instantly putting your name in a list to get checked, wether or not your name in that list gets chose, is a different story. When you find the thread, post what it requires, your account name, what kind of player you are, and why you think you deserve to become a player moderator. Step 7. Trapping botters is a great way to get some legit reports in. One way of doing so is setting up a cannon (for members_ near Aubury in Varrock. You can mine pure essense there, and by setting up a cannon right in front of the door, throws off the bots dramatically and you can just begin reporting as you please. Don't over report, and do not report the same person more than once. One report does the same job. Step 8. I'm not saying to always do this, but there is another way of getting known. By becoming friends with a player moderator, you instantly open yourself to have your player mod friend send Jagex a recommendation for yourself. They have a thread on the P-Mod forum that is open to recommendations. Step 9. Help people out with things in jagex Mod clan chats. Such as "Andrew" or "Mod MMG" all of these clan chats have lots and lots of people. By helping with the community, you get your name recognized, and sometimes, a Jagex Mod will notice that. Step 10. Joining a clan and getting high in the ranks will help you become a mod. By doing so, you're opening youself up to become a responsible figure for the community. A skilling clan will most likely fit you the best. Step 11. Dont PK if you're wanting to become a Moderator, I know it seems like a weird thing, but believe me, Jagex doesn't choose pkers. Although, you may pk if you're chosen to become a mod after you have become on. Pking all the time dramatically decreases your chances. Someone with a PK'er mentality does not do well under flame, and Jagex knows that. Step 12. Join Fan Sites, and become a very popular figure there. By using the forums on fan sites, you can increase your ranks. If you become admin, you can get many chances of talking to J-Mods directly, and this increasing your community focused selves. Step 13. Get yourself on the runescape forums and help with alot of people's problems. That is one of the best ways of becoming a moderator. By joining the forums and talking all the time, you are increasing your chances by so much. Out of all the steps, this is one of the best. Don't spend all your time on the forums, though. Play some in-game, and get to know the community in that aspect as well. Step 14. Report as you see offenses taking place, if you see somebody talking about illegal things, report for real-life rule breaking. If you see somebody bullying another person, or flaming, report them. Really good reports get you noticed, and this is a great way of showing how you can make it in the game. Step 15. Go to popular worlds at the Grand Exchange, such as world 1 or 2. Find all the spammers that are advertising the clan chats and report each and every one of them for macroing. They are using a program that types for them, and that's against the rules. Step 16. For the last step, it isn't necesarily a step, but more advice. The thing is, you don't want to be mean to people. If you give off any side of being mean to people, and jagex happens to be watching to see how you are acting in game after they've decided to check out your account, they start recording your chat logs. They know what you've said and done. They've said this in their Q&A sessions that they don't really care if you're just talking to your friends, but as an average user, and talking to random people, you have to be nice.
  3. [quote name='greenday3']what i meant was go in ur client file and if u see classes like class8.java than its delta source. dont worry i always work on delta source i code alot on it ;) EDIT:i saw but mine is more orgonised u know. i cant read urs when i clicked on pick[/QUOTE] Yeah i do, i got alot of class files like class4,6, and shit loads of others :) but my npcdrops.cfg is messed up.
  4. look at the picture at the top, thats what my npcdrops.cfg looks like. nothing like yours
  5. [quote name='greenday3']out of the file?[/QUOTE] What do you meen? I went into my source and searched "Client" and it came up with a few files named "Client" and some were .class files.
  6. [quote name='greenday3']is there classes of client? if there is its delta than i can help[/QUOTE] Yeah, i have classes of client files.
  7. [quote name='greenday3']is it delta source?[/QUOTE] I'm not sure, its my friend's source, he got it and then sent me files to edit .. what do you suggest i do ?
  8. Ok, so this is what my NPC drops.cfg file looks like, people say its supposed to have the name of the npc, the item id, the ammount and then a percentage after. But this is mine. [ATTACH=CONFIG]2080[/ATTACH] As you can clearly see, i dont. Anyone know what to do ? I'm trying to add more drops for the npc's.
  9. [CENTER][ATTACH=CONFIG]2070[/ATTACH][SIZE=7][COLOR=#FF0000][U][B]WELCOME TO LEGIONSCAPE ![/B][/U][/COLOR][/SIZE][ATTACH=CONFIG]2070[/ATTACH] [SIZE=7][COLOR=#FF0000][U][B][SIZE=4]A 317 SERVER WITH 562 MODELS ![/SIZE] [/B][/U][/COLOR][/SIZE] [video=youtube;J819Adhwwuc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J819Adhwwuc&feature=channel_video_title[/video] [/CENTER]
  10. [quote name='GL Mike']This is what "keeno96" has posted. i put in right section "Hey guys, I have an ASUS RT-N11 And I don't have a clue how to port forward it. It's completely different to every tutorial on the internet, If you go to my forum, [url]http://www.gaminglegions.com/[/url] and register, I will be on tomorrow (UK Time). This is in about 12 hours time. So, if your in the chat in about 11-12 hours I will download teamviewer and let you do it for me. Also, would you be able to change all the ip's and stuff that I need to in the source + client files as I also don't know what i'm doing xD. I will only let someone who is trusted do it for me. Thanks." Please talk to him hes abit crazy and wacked out if u know wat i mean :)[/QUOTE] Fuck you mike ;)
  11. Hey guys, I have an ASUS RT-N11 And I don't have a clue how to port forward it. It's completely different to every tutorial on the internet, If you go to my forum, [url]http://www.gaminglegions.com/[/url] and register, I will be on tomorrow (UK Time). This is in about 12 hours time. So, if your in the chat in about 11-12 hours I will download teamviewer and let you do it for me. Also, would you be able to change all the ip's and stuff that I need to in the source + client files as I also don't know what i'm doing xD. I will only let someone who is trusted do it for me. Thanks. EDIT: Just realised this is in the wrong section, sorry.
  12. [quote name='AmbientX']I'll find you a link to the source I used before I fixed it up, this source still has 'some' bugs, but only 5 left, they are fairly simple to fix tbh [URL="http://www.runelocus.com/forums/showthread.php?38884-Project-Insanity-Normal-PI-All-Dupes-fixed."]LINK[/URL][/QUOTE] The Client download doesn't work, It's been removed ..
  13. [quote name='AmbientX']Yeah, The client has a tendency to not want to work with certain peoples computers :\ I'm sorry but I wouldn't know were to start tbh :\[/QUOTE] FFS, Please look around the internet on how to get it to work, I really want to use this.
  14. Hey, i'm loving this little tutorial on things, but i'm having a problem, when I run the client compiler it says "Path not specified" or something like that, and when I run the actual client, it says a bunch of errors.[ATTACH=CONFIG]2053[/ATTACH] Anything I can do to fix this ?
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