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Using SNIPE
#11
Can someone help me to set up the snipe function? I don't know where start from and what exactly to do...please...a simple step-by-step guide ;-))))))
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#12
i just download the lastest version pokebot.ninja but, i cant see pokestop in my map anyone can help me ?
*sorry for the english
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#13
Manual sniping, you just paste in coordinates you find. You'll need the pokemon's name before the coords. Then just press 'snipe'.
ex. Geodude 37.533283,126.967330
Auto-snipe, you select the pokemon you want from the drop down list, click 'add for sniping' and then set IVs if you want. Then press 'start'

Also, stop hijacking threads. If you have a question, don't post it on someone else's thread.
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#14
(02-22-2017, 10:22 PM)AveragePoke Wrote:
(02-22-2017, 10:18 PM)Mew2 Wrote:
(02-22-2017, 07:50 PM)AveragePoke Wrote:
(02-22-2017, 07:31 PM)Mew2 Wrote:
(02-15-2017, 10:13 AM)I TickleMePink Wrote: Hey guys......fairly new to PBN (been using Pokefarmer for a few months) but what's the ideal safe time for using SNIPE? I've got mine set at 60 seconds and have been using it for 4hrs per day on each of my two accounts and no ban thus far. What are you guys set at?

Cheers

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300 seconds over 120km
90 seconds over 20km

make sure the sniping never leaves the same country or north american state

Why limit the distance of the snipe?

Because it's obvious you can't be in New York, and in Japan 3 minutes later, then back to New York, and off to China in another 3 minutes, and back to New York, then back to Hong Kong in 3 minutes.  

The Auto sniper is now so good you can basically catch anything within a decent range these days.  I farm hundreds of Dratini Candy each day simply in London within a 20km radius.

But as far as the game is aware, you aren't actually moving. That's the whole point of sniping.  If the game was aware of the movement, you'd get a soft ban and couldn't catch anything. That's the difference between teleporting and sniping.
In theory yes, however have you noticed any Pokemon you catch actually has the original country in it's listing at the bottom?

So you start in New York, snipe a Dragonite in Japan, teleport back to New York, then catch the Dragonite.  The Dragonite actually says Japan at the bottom when you click on it.  It's a sure ban indicator.  Keep the distances small to limit your ban chance.
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(02-24-2017, 04:37 PM)Mew2 Wrote:
(02-22-2017, 10:22 PM)AveragePoke Wrote:
(02-22-2017, 10:18 PM)Mew2 Wrote:
(02-22-2017, 07:50 PM)AveragePoke Wrote:
(02-22-2017, 07:31 PM)Mew2 Wrote: 300 seconds over 120km
90 seconds over 20km

make sure the sniping never leaves the same country or north american state

Why limit the distance of the snipe?

Because it's obvious you can't be in New York, and in Japan 3 minutes later, then back to New York, and off to China in another 3 minutes, and back to New York, then back to Hong Kong in 3 minutes.  

The Auto sniper is now so good you can basically catch anything within a decent range these days.  I farm hundreds of Dratini Candy each day simply in London within a 20km radius.

But as far as the game is aware, you aren't actually moving. That's the whole point of sniping.  If the game was aware of the movement, you'd get a soft ban and couldn't catch anything. That's the difference between teleporting and sniping.
In theory yes, however have you noticed any Pokemon you catch actually has the original country in it's listing at the bottom?

So you start in New York, snipe a Dragonite in Japan, teleport back to New York, then catch the Dragonite.  The Dragonite actually says Japan at the bottom when you click on it.  It's a sure ban indicator.  Keep the distances small to limit your ban chance.

It's not a sure ban indicator. What evidence do you have that it will result in a ban? 
The "catch" location is coded into the pokemon when it spawns, so there's no way to change it regardless of how you catch it. The game itself is not aware of the difference (because it would softban and catch flee the pokemon), but if you knew where the player was when it was caught, it wouldn't match up. There's no indication that Niantic goes in and checks where a player was when a pokemon was caught to check it against the pokemon's "catch" location.
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#16
My personal favorite games are, in no particular order:

Pinstripe - Thomas Brush (my personal favorite's favorite haha)

The Last Guardian

Transformice - Atelier 801

TES:V Skyrim - Bethesda

Slots - Slotty Vegas free play

Rollercoaster Tycoon 2(and openRTC, a modified version with cheats ect.) - EA Games maybe??

Spore - EA + Maxis Entertainment (EA was the publisher if I remember)

The Last Guardian - Team Ico

Ori and The Blind Forest - Microsoft + Moon Studios

Roblox - Roblox Team(?)  I like Roblox because of the creativity and generally polite players that usually help the clueless(like me haha) Plus it can educate kids how to use Lua and variables + the like.
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