Dumb question but why don't Jagex just send a mod to such locations daily to manually ban all of them? Feels like that is hardly any effort for OSRS gold Jagex and would hurt the robots into the point where it is not worth doing?Better than that, they can get the names of those reports, examine their play habits since most of that is listed and prohibit all reports with exactly the exact same profile of activities.
Either way, RWTers will always make more bots but Jagex can kill all of the bots active then utilize statistics to slow down the farmers, forcing them to alter the bot, which makes it less efficient. This repeats until Pyramid Plunder is no more their easiest target. They move on to a different bit of content.
Then Jagex apologizes and gives them another free week of membership and a kiss on the forehead to begin again.
Meanwhile a few jmod sells a few bil.
These robots are prohibited almost daily. They're recreated and rsetup almost daily. Think something like 1200 are banned from this place a day. The only way they'll stop it is if they update to RS3s anti cheat in which they could see if you're using a VPN.
Botters will make more accounts Than a mod could physically click them. Should you mean like real game developer mods, no, they ought to Buy Runescape gold work on developing the sport (bot detection particularly ) and not manually banning the bots as that is a massive waste of money and time.