+4 votes
by (10,523 points)
I make a lot of runes while I'm cleaning or doing other chores around the house and it's annoying when I come back and I am logged out! Is there a way to not get kicked due to inactivity without breaking any tibia rules?

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+7 votes
by (677 points)
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If you are using a exercise weapon you will not logout. 

The exercise weapon takes 16 minutes and 40 seconds to completely use (with 500 charges) and the 15 minutes counter will start after that, so you will spend 262,5 K and you will stay online for 31 minutes and 40 seconds. 

by (161 points)
market won't work, I don't think bestiary will either
by (161 points)
He said he was away from his computer, how can you train ml without being at the pc and without using wands? :O :O
by (677 points)
I made the test, bestiary window and market window dont' work.
+1 vote
by (2,318 points)
My suggestion is to you come to your computer in each 15 minutes and walk 1 sqm, this way you "break" your inactivity and you won't be kicked
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by (546 points)
there are certain places that you dont get loggout due inactivity there is a list here: https://tibia.fandom.com/wiki/No-Logout_Zone those placer are usually dangerous, but only your character will not log out, your client will go to character selection although.
by (10,523 points)
well i want to make runes so im not sure which ones will give me my resting area bonuses, but this is good to know :)
by (546 points)
Even if you arent log in, your character being in the game still recovers mana and hp by food and others things but there is no protection zone that will allow you this since the bonus are only aplied to dp and houses so i guess the answer you are looking for is no is not possible at least not in tibia real.
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by (2,224 points)
Everything I looked at seems to point at a bug/exploit being the only answer to what you are asking for so I will say no, there is no way to legally be AFK and stay connected without getting the message. Mana Training and Rune making legally requires input. All options suggested stop one of those happening

I'm not going to post the links I've read on this one because they're all breaking the TOS and that's not what I feel comfortable doing

Hopefully someone can come up with a solution for you