Download Host Bot Warcraft 3 ((HOT))
To setup the Ghostbot called Ghost++ 17.2 follow the instructions. The best way is to read the full changelog and notes of the Ghost++ Github page. ? You can create rules and with the commands you can control every event inside the hosted games! This is a real professional tool, once it is setup correctly, it works like a charm.
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previously, maps was downloaded while waiting for the game to start. now it is downloaded before joining. to make matters worse, the new system is bugged. maps will some times fail to download. i think blizzard should revert it to the old system and instead make all players download it at the same time.
priority does not matter for maps like mine which is being updated after every round. with the old system, players could join right away wether they had the map or not. with the new system, they can some times only join when they have the map. downloads often fail, preventing players from joining at all.
With the old system people who had the map could join and would enter the lobby instantly. Anyone who did not have the map would enter the lobby instantly but be placed in a queue to download the map. Map downloads were peer to peer and used a flawed algorithm so were very slow even if both sender and receiver connections could manage much faster.
They can detect such maps by deleting all but the genuine from their Downloads folder. If they have to download before joining they know it is a fake and can either work with the host to fix the issue or they can host their own of the genuine version.
As mentioned above, the solution is to purge your Downloads folder from such fakes so that you known when you are downloading fakes as well as to keep them out of your host list so you do not accidently host a fake version. Been like this since the very old days, nothing new.
one improvement they could do to the old system is to make it like bit torrent, so that players download from each others and the cloud. that will solve some bandwidth problems. noone have my maps except me because i keep working on them. they could possibly allow the host to choose system when hosting, that could please everybody.
they could just prevent people from kicking people that are downloading(that is not exactly nice). that would solve that problem. i never kicked people that was downloading unless their downloads was stuck. as it is, many people will cancel downloads because it takes too long. that in return makes it very difficult to test large maps like faction war.
New system mirrors StarCraft II. People can download the map in advance before joining so hosts do not have downloads to worry about. So hosts do not start while people are joining maybe the number of queued people could be displayed to the host. Equally well if the host starts before the map finished downloading maybe give the player the option to allow the download to continue but browse for other lobbies to play.
Just compare the today state with the hostbot time. Nowadays I see every day cheated popular maps being hosted & played,players are getting fooled on a daily basis. Back in the hostbot era I never saw cheated maps being hosted. It may have happened, but those guys who tried it apparently failed, since ,I repeat myself, I never saw someone hosting a cheated map, especially not a hostbot. This is just nonsense.
In order to create a game, you first need to download the map located here. Then you need to place the map in C:\Program Files (x86)\Warcraft III\Maps\Download. If the Download folder is not there, then create one yourself. You should also make sure that you have the latest update for Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne by clicking on Battle.net.
The third way is to use a bot to host a game on Battle.net. Bots generally host on all servers on Battle.net and can be an autohost bot or a private bot. Information on bots hosting Gaias Retaliation can be found here. You can also use a public hosting bot to host the game.
VanillaClassic 1.12.1 build 5875The Burning CrusadeTbc 2.4.3 build 8606Wrath of the Lich KingWotlk 3.3.5a build 12340CataclysmCata 4.3.4 build 15595Mists of PandariaMop 5.4.8 build 18414 & 5.4.7 build 18019Warlords of DrarnorWoD 6.2.4 build 21742 & 6.2.3 build 20886/20779LegionLegion 7.3.5 build 26972Battle for AzerothBFA 8.3.7 build 35662 & 8.2.0 build 31478ShadowlandsSL 9.2.7 build 45745Before buying a subscription, to verify that the bot works correctly on your server, download WRobot and use the trial version with the key "TRIAL".This bot is not compatible with current game versions, it only works with older versions that are no longer managed by Blizzard.
I will keep this short. The GhostOne bot is a bot that people can use to host LAN games onto Bnet or Eurobattle.net or any other service. What this means is that you can turn on this bot, and people from your LAN or virtual LAN (Hamachi, Tunngle) can join the LAN game and the same game will be hosted on Battle.net! Now Battle.net and your LAN gamers can play against each other!
The problem I have is that people watch the tutorial, but they are still getting confused (why?). In an effort to help out with the troubleshooting, I have included a collection of pictures below that are important to the configuration of GhostOne bot. Verify your configuration against mine, and hopefully that should fix your issues.
im so srrry but i need help i was woundering if your still active on this cuz i need help setting up my bot cuz it host in local but only evergreen something like that but its a leader map i want it to host the map i want and on line not just local plz help
Here I set the $downloadURL variable to store the main page we want to go to, and then use $downloadRequest to store the results of Invoke-WebRequest (using the $downloadURL as the URI).
We'll go over some of the other properties later, and focus on Links for now. The Links property returns all the links found on the web site. $downloadRequest.Links
Note that we used -PassThru as well. That is so we can still see the results of the request in the variable $downloadRequest. Otherwise a successful result would return no object, and your variable would be empty.
Let's take a look at downloading files from sites that have a redirect. For this example I will use downloading WinPython from =frontpage&position=4. Note: Invoke-WebRequest is typically great at following redirected links. This example is here to show you how to retrieve redirected links, as well as a cleaner way to get the file.
Invoke-WebRequest includes a parameter that will force the maximum number of times it will accept redirection (-MaximumRedirection). We'll set that to 0, which will error it out, and use -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue to allow the error to be ignored. I will also use the parameter -UserAgent to send along the user agent string for FireFox. If we do not do this, the download will not work on this website.
The first Switch statement ensures that the StatusDescription is "Found", then sets $downloadRequest as the result of the Invoke-WebRequest command that now points to the redirect URL. If the StatusDescription is not found, you'll see a message stating that something went wrong.
We then use a Switch statement that ensures our downloaded content (in $downloadRequest) has the Content Type of "application/octet-stream". If it is, we write the file out using [io.file]WriteAllBytes(path,contents).
Version 0.02, released on 08/04/2015 Included and re-written the whole W3L code in C++. No more external dependencies to w3lh.dll.
Introduced GProxy Extended protocol.
GProxy can now keep Warcraft III alive without sending empty actions. It patches the "Waiting for host" algorithm instead.
GProxy now patches the Disconnect button of the "Waiting for host" window, so that the player cannot disconnect voluntarily.
Reduced the sockets blocking time from 40ms to 10ms.
Added logging for updates that take more than 50ms to complete.
GProxy now tries to set its thread priority and Warcraft III's priority to above normal.
Implemented automatic spoof-check when the player joins a game.
Version 0.01, released on 31/03/2015