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Combat Bot

A bot used for Fighting Mobs to gain experience or farm itemsCombatBot

  • Resource Percentages: Change as needed for your rest limits
  • Cast Heal: is how low your HPs can get before you start using a heal skill
  • Fight Purple: Enables killing purple mobs (you didnt agro first)
  • Dodge Spells: Will allow your character to move every time a mob casts a spell
  • Meele Range: Check this if your character fights in meele range
  • Heal Party: Use this if you want to heal your party (not needed to heal yourself)
  • Chicken Out: When below 25% (can be changed under Bot Options) run like hell!
  • Sprint: Cast Sprint between all your waypoints (Hotkey set under Bot Options, Default: =)
  • Attack Skill: Select a skill that is located on your HotBar (Must have hotkey associated)
  • Type: Select the type of Skill
    • *Attack Skills*
    • Attack: Basic attack skills with normal delay
    • Timed: Skills that have a timer (Like DOTs or big attacks)
    • *Buff/Heal/Triggered Skills*
    • AssistFollow: A special macro you setup to follow someone “/follow” used in Assist Bot
    • Buff: Buff skills with a set duration/time to recast
    • Food: For food buffs, must place food on a hotbar with a hotkey (30Min Timer)
    • Gysahl Greens: For your Chocobo Companion. Must place on hotbar
    • Heal: A heal skill. If set, you will automatically enable self-healing
    • Interrupt Cast: Use this if you do not want to dodge spells by moving. Good for stuns
    • Pet: Pet skill
    • Pull: Skill used only once to first attack/pull an enemy
    • Trigger: A skill with yellow dotted lines around the icon
  • Delay: Either the cast time, cool down, or duration of a skill depending on which Type is selected

      Attack Bot – Run around and kill stuff

  • Waypoints: If none are set, you will roam everywhere. If you set 1 waypoint, then you will return to that waypoint after Waypoint Move Delay
    • If several waypoints are set, you will travel to all of them in sequence after Waypoint Move Delay time has passed
    • if you change your waypoint “Node” value to “0”, then it will act as a “midway” point between two combat locations (your character wont stop and will proceed to the next waypoint with a “Node” value of “1”).
  • Waypoint Move Delay: This is the delay in minutes before moving to your waypoint/next waypoint
  • Stand Still: Your character will not move from the waypoint location.
  • Mob List: If enabled, you will only attack the monsters you list.  You must type at least 3 letters of the monsters name for the App to recognize the correct monster.  There are separate lists for normal monsters and monsters when you are inside a FATE.

      Fate Bot – Set waypoints to FATES from one central location and run to them as soon as they are active

  • Fate Bot OptionsWaypoints: There is a very specific way you need to setup your waypoints in order for them to work.
    • Starting WP:  First, you must add your “starting” waypoint.  This could be in a town or an area with mobs you would like to fight while waiting for a FATE to become active
    • = Divider: Between each section you must use a line of the “=” equal sign to divide each section, between the starting waypoint, and each fate you setup
    • Fate Name: Fates are detected by the actual name of the fate.  If the fate is called “Killer Bees” then you must type at least 4 letters of this after the = dividing line.  This starts the “Killer Bees” fate waypoints section
    • Fate Waypoints:  From your “starting waypoint” begin adding waypoints to the location where the fate takes place (these all have a 0 Node marker at the end of the waypoint)
    • Fate Wait Waypoint: The second to last waypoint (once you get all the way up to the FATE area) needs to be just inside the fate pink circle, but far enough away where you do not agro mobs.  You must also change the Node value from 0 to 1.  You will wait at this location until the fate has either:
      • Reached the “Combat_StartFatePercent” value listed in the Options Tab (Default: 10%)
      • You may list a percent value in the waypoint itself, after the “1,” Node value.  You can set this to any number between 0-100 (no decimals)
    • Fate Engage Waypoint: The last waypoint where you will begin attacking from.  This should be much closer to the middle of the fate so that you can engage with the mobs to kill them.  You must also change the Node value from 0 to 1.
  • Attack Between Fates: You will fight mobs around your starting waypoint while you wait for FATES to become active.
  • Stand Still: Your character will not walk or move towards mobs (not recommended for Melee Characters).
  • Enable Mount:  If enabled, you will ride your mount to and from each FATE.
  • Mob List: If enabled, you will only attack the monsters you list.  You must type at least 3 letters of the monsters name for the App to recognize the correct monster.  There are separate lists for normal monsters and monsters when you are inside a FATE.

This is an example FATE waypoint list:
Western La Nocia – AlePort Lvl 18 – FATE
Wild Dodo
Wild Jackal
Aurochs
Gluttonous
Six Arms
260.9233,117.7122,-2.846768,0,,####LABEL####

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Killing Fields
296.0015,133.6934,1.09465,0,,####LABEL####
358.7802,196.2641,0.8119085,0,,####LABEL####
433.3465,241.3043,1.036008,0,,####LABEL####
483.935,318.1925,0.5459177,0,,####LABEL####
503.0672,373.0049,0.3071556,0,,####LABEL####
546.8077,418.2478,0.8035262,0,,####LABEL####
621.084,399.6643,1.934499,1,,####LABEL####
639.5212,390.6251,2.028747,1,,####LABEL####

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Between Aurochs
275.9195,179.4768,0.4905567,0,,####LABEL####
324.2395,201.7961,1.315748,0,,####LABEL####
368.0222,204.8127,1.560792,1,,####LABEL####
393.5016,204.5052,1.085364,1,,####LABEL####

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Died in Six
326.1265,147.0282,0.6296351,0,,####LABEL####
351.4851,190.5927,0.5437658,0,,####LABEL####
437.2424,247.7352,0.9982493,0,,####LABEL####
491.0793,348.64,-0.1850858,0,,####LABEL####
486.8542,368.1752,-0.2165027,1,,####LABEL####
481.0508,390.4698,-0.2625809,1,,####LABEL####

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Tender
280.7224,127.0937,0.9660201,0,,####LABEL####
327.3311,161.7978,0.9471717,0,,####LABEL####
362.9794,201.906,0.574369,0,,####LABEL####
439.7027,241.6696,1.135667,0,,####LABEL####
484.8515,324.076,0.4005346,0,,####LABEL####
525.415,405.7163,0.5618036,0,,####LABEL####
551.2827,371.2163,2.622688,1,,####LABEL####
563.8768,341.109,1.186045,1,,####LABEL####

      Assist Bot – Follow, heal, and assist a party member or automate your rotations in a group

  • Assist Bot OptionsFollow Member: The party member you will follow and assist on mob targets.  If you set to 0 you will not follow anyone and only react when you target a player (auto assist) or a mob (auto attack sequence).
  • Enable Mount: This will mount the character between fights
  • MUST SET A MACRO TO “/follow” and add it to your hotbar.  Then add it under Other Skills inside BasaBots as a type “Assist Follow”.
  • Target Of Target: Uses the default select target of target hotkey of “t”, but this can be changed in the BasaBots Options Tab as “Combat_TargetOfTarget”
  • Target Party Members:  Uses the default select target party member hotkeys of F1-F8, but this can be changed in the BasaBots Options Tab

 

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