3.3.5 Wow Mr Fish 17
Well, the answer to your question is in the first bit of text that I posted…
The bot works for 3.3.5 to 3.3.8
So, if you’re on a legit server running 3.3.8 (or something that supports patch 3.3.8), you’re golden.
The nerf to fishing from 3.3.5 forward was because the script is now running from inside WoW, so you can’t easily just check the same version in an external file and use that.
If you’re on any other patch and want to use a standalone file, then that also uses different core WoW functions so you won’t be able to simply copy that file from 3.3.8 to a lower patch version.
You can check if the fish trigger is on by typing /trigger fish in chat. If it’s not, then it’s likely that your bot is not functioning or is outdated. Most bots will have a feature with test chat and they will tell you if they are working or not.
You can add the fish trigger or some other task to your bot by using the /tasks command. You need to be well versed in the syntax to make it complete and not get in trouble because you don’t know what you are doing.
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marliele’s Fishing Bot
The most advanced bot I have ever used!. Fish using passive collection or an active buider (tank). Note that active buider is not only for tracking, you can also collect while it’s active. The tracking has to be corrected.
Fishing bot with built in brute force.
Still quite small, so the actual (deep) resource pool will be quite small, thus, it can become a single target
This bot has been written in.NET 2.0 and.NET 3.5.
Complicate dimensions: Show collector bots in high-detail.
Got a quest?
A relatively easy to use Debug Mode, you don’t even need to know hex 😉
1. Basic: The bot finds your quest (source) / gear
2. Advanced: – The bot will find quest (sources) / gear for you / your friends
3. Self (find quest / gear): – The bot finds quest (sources) / gear for you.
4. Self (search): – The bot will search for quest (sources) / gear for you.
5. Common (find object): – The bot will find quest (sources) / gear for you.
6. Hidden (inside item): – The bot will find quest (sources) / gear for you.
7. Instant (inside item): – The bot will search for quest (sources) / gear for you.
8. Instant (search): – The bot will search for quest (sources) / gear for you.
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This fishing bot is designed for fishing by collecting fish. It is works with WoW API functions and is quite fast.
– Logs all movement and all fishing bosses/gear.
– Displays extra details in log like:
– Fish numbers.
– What fish is was just caught (if any).
– Fish names.
– Fish life (of the fish when it’s catch).
– When is the fish was caught.
– If fish was bait or not.
– If fish was lured or not.