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    Lure Stance

    Could anybody perhaps make a guide on how to use the lure stance? I tried it out myself but I guess im doing something wrong. Like on neobot you had to have the lure wpt as the last waypoint I think in order for it to work. But how exactly does it work for iBot. I did use the search function but didn't find any information on it other than the basics that I already know.
    Thanks in advance!

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    You can add a lure waypoint in a sqm where you want to lure the monster, if you want the bot to keep away the monster while luring you just simply change the Distance, Ibot will stand at the lure waypoint after you sucessfully lured the monster to there

    But you can add a script that change the stance to keep away and use special areas to kill the monsters without luring more!

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    That much I understand but where does the lure wpt have to be located? Or it doesn't matter at all?

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    It depents for what do you need it, for example: as an Ek, sometimes you need to lure monsters to a sqm where only one can hit you, but if you are RP or Mage, you need to locate the lure waypoints as far as you can (and where you already killed, so you wont lure more monsters)

    Thats my personal opinion and it's what i do when i create my scripts

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    Well right now I wanna make a script to lure drakens to the "running room" if you know what I mean. So let's say my wpts start like node1, node2 then does the lure wpt have to be the last waypoint?

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    No, the first one before going to lure

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    Alright, I'll try it out as soon as I get the chance. By the way seeing as ur helpful what do you think which types of waypoints should I use for the way to refilling? This way to dp contains a lot of monsters and I could get easily trapped. And thanks a lot for your quick answers!

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    You can put "All" on targeting and set "Only if trapped", that will kill all kind of monsters if you get trapped, and i use nodes on the way to refill

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