how can I farm?

Discussion in 'Questions' started by lardingd, Oct 28, 2008.

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  1. Atisai

    Atisai Guest

    Umm Servy, can I please request this thread to be stickied because this is undoubtedly the best farming guide thats been made out there...

    If not, then may I suggest you guys make a Guides Topic on the forums to make it all easier for us?
     
  2. Marv79

    Marv79 Guest

    I also think that it is not so it is particularly necessary to have exact trendlines of a player. There are tools enough.
    But i prefer the use of the last conquers, 'cause if you collect this data and if you set a timestamp for the updates, you are able to calculate the agreement of fresh nobled villages nerby :)
     
  3. ok :). Fair enough. Onto the next question :lol:.

    As I said in my first post, my co-player on w32 made a farming script which uses world data and some sort of database to help you farm(click once to put in co-ords and troops, click again to press attack and again to press ok). How would you go about working out how to do this?
     
  4. Marv79

    Marv79 Guest

    i don't know, what data exactly he use, but i think, he filters inactive players an abandoned by distance, copies a list into the script and set a fixed value for the lcav.
    simpel, but not really efficient, i think.

    ok, the troops can still vary by the scores of the villages. So if a village has 200 points, you send 50 lcav and if the village have 500 points, you send 100 or somewhat. there are many possibilities.

    I use the reports and calculate the count of lcav i need to empty the village at arrival.
    So i get reports like this:
    http://en33.tribalwars.net/public_report/7bdd3f89b4c5fe5d405308bc4887dba1
    http://en33.tribalwars.net/public_report/59fb6e0a8177501eb24b08eb81054328
    http://en33.tribalwars.net/public_report/3e6adfa46c163c9aafb294a28b3d35bc
    http://en33.tribalwars.net/public_report/c61b38c0d0baa52a6d0257e7cd06c1be

    IMO its not legal to read out report using a database in the background, so i send my troops manuel
     
  5. I find it effective, if I am active enough to send them off all the time, I can farm everywhere within three hours of my vil by LC pretty easily from one village. But then use allyboo's report evaluator to farm the bigger farms near me. My warehouse is near max most of the time with things queueing all the time so I guess it works.
     
  6. Marv79

    Marv79 Guest

    I didn't say, it doesn't work.
    Of course it works, but i like it to work more precisely.
    Call it fetish :icon_razz:
     
  7. blueboxkid

    blueboxkid Guest

    well would you look at this? look at all the effort. i cant believe you did this.
    maybe i should read it?:icon_razz:
     
  8. metafore

    metafore Guest

    Can I still do this in the current version of TW (6.5 I think, as of Oct 26 on world 52)? As it stands, I have a form-filling script that I can put on my quickbar, but it requires that I already be at the Rally Point, and I need to click once per attack to fill in attack details, as well as click 'attack' and 'OK' for every attack. Is it possible to have the browser open up all bookmarks in a certain folder on its own, so that I could just go from tab to tab and click each attack's 'attack' and 'OK' buttons?
     
  9. File Not Found

    File Not Found Contributing Poster

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    Only if you bookmark farm.

    Script farming (form fill script), requires you to be at the rally point.

    Bookmark farming allows you to open groups of bookmarked links, which will all open at the confirm page, assuming you have premium and have the reports stored for safe keeping, outside the main report list.
     
  10. metafore

    metafore Guest

    Thanks File Not Found!
    In case anyone is reading this after me, you can find details here:
    http://forum.tribalwars.net/showpost.php?p=2348988&postcount=3

    Instead of putting the links in an excel or word document, you put them in bookmarks sensibly grouped into folders in your browser. You can then import/export your bookmarks for use on other computers.