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    Default [Bot] Enyo - The ultimate raiding botbase!


    Now available via the BuddyStore for free, Enyo - The ultimate raiding botbase!!

    Enyo - The ultimate raiding botbase!

    What is Enyo?
    Enyo is a alternative for the raidbot botbase which gets shipped with Honorbuddy. Enyo is designed to keep optimal performance in mind, with the ability to customize settings as you please. The power of a raidbot, with the flexibility of ... Enyo! Enyo has a rich history, as it has been around for a very long time. It's favorited by many raiders, using Honorbuddy and combat routines to perform rotations for them. Enyo brings out the best of combat routines, as it fully supports Honorbuddy's framelock technology.

    Why should I use Enyo?
    * The most effective for assisted combat functionality - Enyo and the routine do combat, you do the rest!
    * Full framelock support, using either Honorbuddy's hardlock or Enyo's softlock.
    * Continues Healing Mode allows healing routines to perform their actions out of combat.
    * Adjustable Ticks per Second via the Enyo interface - Directly linked to Honorbuddy's ticks per second.
    * You can Pause the bot using the Pause hotkeys - Configurable in the Enyo interface.
    * Allows you to choose whether plugins are enabled or disabled - Even if they are enabled in Honorbuddy.

    Very special thanks
    Special thanks go out to the following persons and teams;
    • Weischbier - Original author of Enyo and allround awesome!
    • PureRotation Team <3 (alxaw, Dagradt, handnavi, Mirabis, Millz, Stormchasing, nomnomnom & Wulf)
    • Apoc for all his work and Raid Bot.
    • Honorbuddy team.


    How to start with Enyo?
    Use the Buddystore link on top of this post! This automatically updates to the latest version. You are required to have a legit version of Honorbuddy, and use the Honorbuddy store. Enyo is free of charge, and available for anyone with a valid Buddyauth account.

    I'm having trouble or questions, what should I do?
    First start with reading the FAQ in the post below. Or use this link.
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    Enyo - The ultimate raiding botbase!

    Frequently asked questions

    Help! I have incredibly low framerate in WoW ... why?
    There are a few reasons, one of them is simply that Honorbuddy requires a few frames to actually function properly. Secondly, there are known programs which interfere with Honorbuddy's smooth experience. Below is a list of programs with issues. In order to let it function properly, add Honorbuddy as an exception or disable the program all together.

    • Kaspersky Anti Virus
    • Zone Alarm


    A larger list of interfering programs can be found here: BosslandGmbH:HelpDesk:Programs that Interfere with BosslandGmbH Products - The Buddy Wiki

    What is/does the HardLock, SoftLock, LockSelector, FrameLock and TPS (Ticks per second)?
    Honorbuddy is able to inject ONE action into the WoW client per frame executed by WoW (30 times if WoW runs at 30 FPS). Framelock fixes this by keeping one frame stuck until HB is finished with it. This results in the ability to perform multiple actions per frame instead of one. The result is that HB is able to perform a LOT more actions per second with a framelock than without (as its able to run all required actions in one frame instead of in MANY).

    If an action or action sequence takes too long, and the frame is still locked when the next frame is ready you will have the well-known stutter/lag. This is a problem with the code running in a framelock.

    A 'Tick' in Honorbuddy is one full loop of processing through all of its actions (i.e. to loop through the bot, all plugins and through the combat routine).

    The TPS (ticks per second) in Enyo is a setting to tell Honorbuddy how often to attempt to loop through all of the code every second. This is limited to the speed the plugin/CR code takes to execute.

    For example, if a combat routine takes 50ms to complete a full loop with no plugins running, the maximum amount of ticks which can be performed within 1 second is 20 (1000ms in a second. 1000/50 = 20). To benefit from the full maximum of 100 TPS, all plugin and CR code must execute at a maximum of 10ms.

    What's the difference between HardLock and SoftLock?
    There is actually a quite important difference between the both of them. Advise on which one to use, is something I will not provide. If you're serious enough to play with it, you should do a few dummy tests with one of them enabled and see what works the best for you (DPS, HPS and FPS). There is quite a difference between routines, on how they react to both locks. SoftLock is alot more forgiving then hardlock, but might also decrease raid performance (i.e. Healing, DPS).

    If your system and routine cannot handle Hardlock, you can try if Softlock works for you. It's always a increase compared to no lock at all!

    What should I do with the Ticks per Second?
    Ticks per Second should be about equal or less of which your FrameRate (CTRL+R to view in WoW) is. If your PC can handle it, the higher the TPS the better your Routine will work. It's just very minor difference above 30 though.

    So if your WoW never goes below 60 FPS, set Enyo to 60 TPS. If your WoW never goes under 45, set it to 45. Test it in a heavy raid environment, cause flying around your FPS is probaly ALOT higher then in raids during bossfights.

    What should I do with the LockSelector?
    It should be enabled, as it improves the performance of your CR. If it drops the framerate too much, the combat routine you use probaly does not support a framelock. Disable it then. Prime examples of LockSelector supported routines are "Fury Unleashed II - Premium", "YourRaidingBuddy V2", "Oracle 2" and "Necrophylia".

    Both of the options are a FrameLock method!

    • Hardlock: This locks Honorbuddy, BotBase and Routine in 1 frame per tick (This should in theory provide the best DPS/HPS).
    • Softlock: This does not lock Honorbuddy, but locks only the BotBase and routine in 1 frame per tick.


    What is/does the Continues Healing Mode or Forced Combat Mode in Enyo?
    The Continues Healing Mode or Forced Combat Mode allows Enyo to heal while not in actual combat. Recommended for routines like Oracle and Leaves.

    Why doesn't it move? I have it enabled in my routine!
    Cause Enyo doesn't support movement. It's a combat-assist botbase, nothing more. It allows a routine to only perform its combat behaviours and nothing more then just that!

    Help! My hotkeys aren't working ... why?
    Something hijacked the hotkeys and/or its binding. A few known cases are listed below, but it's not limited to these programs only!

    • Teamviewer
    • AMD Gaming Involved Control Center (Raptr)

    A larger list of interfering programs can be found here: BosslandGmbH:HelpDesk:Programs that Interfere with BosslandGmbH Products - The Buddy Wiki

    Is the Enyo announcement for Pause/Unpause safe?
    Yes it is. Enyo prints text as a overlay and cannot be detected.

    Can we detect if this botbase is paused?
    Yes you can, you can use the public bool IsPaused to check ... True, false, you know the drill!

    I like to create my own routine, what does Enyo support?
    Enyo only supports a few behaviors from the RoutineManager. If your goal is to make the routine Enyo compatible, these are the only behaviors which you are supposed to implement. The ones supported are:
    • CombatBehavior
    • CombatBuffBehavior
    • HealBehavior
    • PreCombatBuffBehavior


    Is there any personal detail's being collected?
    No.
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    can you explain the paid routines?

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    some developers have premium versions of their CC's if you donate to them or pay them. It's actually messed up because they can't distinguish the difference between a donation and getting paid. I won't say names but they will have a MINUMUM donation such as $10 for a bronze version and like $40 donation for a platinum version.

    Websters dictionary defines a donation:

    a : the making of a gift especially to a charity or public institution
    b : a free contribution : gift

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    But in all honesty it's not that big of a deal because they have a free version available. If you would like that extra "edge" in PvE and PvP then the paid version is the way to go. So I'm on both sides since you aren't forced to donate to them.

    Take Tuanha for instance. His free CC's are AMAZING
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    amasing maybe a bit much as singular on a ww monk will acheive the same and usualy far better results than tuanha monk cc. And as soon as the were a charge to use the better version I stopped using it all together as personally I think it is wrong to say "Hey I have made a cc, want it to work aswell as it can well you'll have to pay me". I am fortunate enough to still have Enyo in my HB folder and have to say it works flawlessly I use lazy raider also, Enyo is easier to setup however neither are rocket science. Thanks for bringing this back for us all however I completely support the blacklisting of certain routines, Not that my opinion on this will matter to anyone :-). Goodluck with the project and also pure rotation if it is anything as good as CLU it will be awesome.

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    Looking forward to this, Ive been looking for it!

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    Good to know that my Combat Routine got lift banned soon xD
    Product: Free version available on the Buddy Store
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    Enyo download is up, blacklist is removed.

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    So I've been wondering. What is the differences between Enyo and LazyRaider?

 

 
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