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General Healer Warlord v1.0  (Most Games)
Author: Goblin Development 
Many great ideas were taken from Alley's Best Buddy bot.
Summary
The Healer Warlord bot is full of great features. This is a Fighting Healer that is meant to autofollow your tank. The healer plays on a second computer, and you play the tank/light tank yourself on the main computer. The Healer is controlled through your Local Area Network (LAN) by the Host computer, which is your main computer where the tank is being played.

This bot was built off of the Fighting Healer Master, so it's core is basically the same, but lots of extra things were added. If you want buttons that will do simple things, you can add them easily.

This bot monitors 2 pixels in each persons healthbar. The first pixel will tell the bot when that person needs a Light Heal. The second pixel will tell the bot when that person needs a Heavy heal. The bot also has a pixel monitor that monitors a pixel  in the healer's powerbar so that it will not cast aggressive spells when the health is too low (so you dont waste all the healers power).  It also has a pixel monitor that monitors a pixel that indicates when the tank is and is not fighitng. From this information the bot is able to do very smart healing.

Features:
  • This bot has Fight Detection, so it will not need to be turned On before a battle, and Off after a battle.
  • The Healer will heal between 1 and 6 group members. By just pressing the up and down buttons you can increase/decrease the group number at any time.
  • The Healer will, Optionally, cast aggressive spells if no healing is needed AND if the healer's Power-Monitor pixel is not low.
  • The Healer will, Optionally, autofollow you after the end of each fight (Stick Mode).
  • The Healer will, Optionally, disengage autofollow at the beginning of each fight (Lone Mode).
  • You can nudge/move the healer in many different ways. Move Backward, Move Forward, Strafe Left, Strafe Right, Turn Left, Turn right
  • There is an Autofollow button and a Pull button.
  • The Healer will do a Group heal, if two or more people in the group need a heavy heal.
  • The healer will not cast aggressive spells if the Healer's power is too low.
  • The healer will not cast aggressive spells unless a Fight is detected. A fight is detected by the  "Fight Detection Pixel


Game Requirements:
  • In order to have your healer fight (i.e. War mode), you'll need to find a pixel on your game window that is different when you're fighting and not fighting - any color will do.
  • This bot is mainly configured for games where you assist the tank by simply targetting them. For some games you need to set this option. It's sometimes called "use target forwarding" or something like that. If your game does not have target forwarding then you can either modify this bot to work with an assist button or you can just go turn the healer on Peace mode full time, so she doesnt fight, but only heals.
  • By default the pixel monitors are set up to work on Green Healthbars and Blue Powerbars. But, this can be configured for different colored bars for different games. Most games use green healthbars and blue powerbars.

How it Works:
All pixels are read from your Tank's game window. So, everything is really being done on the host's side (Main Computer). Commands that you want your healer to do are sent through the Network live from routines on the host.

The healer casts spells on the mobs by targeting the tank, which is targeting the mob. So, you must have the healer's target-forwarding on, or whatever it's called.

During setup you'll be telling the bot what position and size you want your game window at, setting the positions of the pixels to monitor on your game window, and setting up your healing routines, and your fighting routine, and then giving it certain keys such as the autofollow key, etc.

Setup:
During setup you'll be telling the bot what position and size you want your game window at, setting the positions of the pixels to monitor on your game window (for healthbars), and setting up your healing routines, and your fighting routine (keypresses/mouseclicks). To set this bot up download the .zip file and read the "ReadMe.rtf" file. That file contains instructions on how to set the bot up.

Download:
Those who have MacroGoblin can download this bot Here.



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