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Old 06-01-2021, 09:43 AM   #16
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And how do you do that? I would create myself nice bot to fight and watch.
 
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And how do you do that? I would create myself nice bot to fight and watch.
i use kolbot, you can dl it from github but it works only on windows, no linux support.
i have virtualbox win 10 guest and there i have kolbot ready for use.
 
Old 06-01-2021, 09:59 AM   #18
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Must be a way to create a bot on wine - if Diablo runs on wine - this is kind of protocol - because it is networking - only positions, type monsters and players are transferred and actions - it can't be complicated - it is very old game - from 2001? What was the network speed at that time? I just downloaded kolbot from git - true bots are just JavaScripts. I played diablo so many times - maybe I will have a look at this. Besides all nowadays amazing mises for players - hundreds of buttons - programmable - turn on and watch you opponent being fu quickly. This reminded me site for chess players - now the question is - am I playing with a person on the other side - or chess play computer program?

Edit: Just some reason to learn JS. To create own bot. Wow.

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i have tried to run it on wine in the past, didnt have luck with it.

i am sure that the kolbot authors/coders could have made it runnable on linux but they chose more popular OS, and that is Win 10.
 
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Diablo 2 ladder reset is 11th june. here is the announcement.
https://us.forums.blizzard.com/en/d3...-june-11/35096
 
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Diablo 2 servers are all down atm.
maybe banwave coming, but that is just a rumor.

east west euro asia down.
 
  


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