What it does ?
It will take your latest work order and craft the needed amount of items it requires u to.
If it fails it will delete the quest and get it again.
It will turn in the quest and get it again. Continue reading "Aion: Clever Crafter bot"→
It can get annoying typing out the full name of an item in the 'Buy' tab, especially when the names are all case-senstitive and can be quite long. Here are two quick tips to speed up the process.
a) If you have an item in your inventory and want to do a quick 'Buy' search to see how much it is selling for, simply ALT + Left Click the item in your inventory and the search bar will be auto-filled with the complete item name.
b) If you don't happen to have an item in your inventory but know its name, you can simply enter the first letter of each word (capitalized) in the search box. For example, you can search 'T S L J' instead of Thin Soft Leather Jerkin. Some item names share the same initials, so you can narrow the search by adding a second letter in lower-case. For example, 'M W F' will result in Major Weapon Flux and Minor Weapon Flux. If you only want Major Weapon Flux, search for 'Ma W F.'
I was reading a post on another site about spamming in game. For those of you who don't know it, to spam inside World of Warcraft, and many other games, the gold sites, use hacked accounts. They are much cheaper and can be used to effectively spam in the game. Unfortunately, companies who do this make a lot of money, thus ensuing that they spam more and steal more accounts.
Personally, I am against in game spamming, and UberGold.com has never spammed in games because of it. There is no cost effective way to advertise in game, without stealing from others. So try to remember this, when you buy gold from gold spammers, you are supporting account thieves.
I saw this, enjoyed it, and thought I would share.
Monty Pythons: Spamalot