Ogre GoblinHousePlant

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Ogre Goblin House Plant



This was added into Ogre to manage the Kunark Ascending House Plant from turning in your Gathering Goblin. Logs in a character, goes to the FIRST house in your house list, gathers your harvest, takes you back to guild hall (if you have a door), and deposits the materials (if depot is close enough.)

To load Ogre Plant: ogre plant

To end OgrePlant: ogre end plant


At this time, the following are required for the script to work properly.

  • Your plant is REQUIRED be in your own house.
  • Said house is REQUIRED to be the first one in the list. For example, if you have 5 houses, it must be the first one in the list. (You can click on the portal to housing from a guild hall to see which order it is).
  • The name for your house is REQUIRED have your character's name in it (for published homes/renamed homes specifically)
  • You are REQUIRED to start in your guild hall OR your house (with the plant).
  • The plant is REQUIRED to be near the entrance where you zone into. Within 10 meters.

(Not required) If there is a magic door to guild hall within 10 meters of the entrance to your house, it will use this to return to your guild hall when finished. If there is a depot near the entrance of your guild hall, it will deposit the resources.

Filling out the UI

Manage lists - In the top left is a button "Manage Lists". Clicking that will open up Ogre List Manager.

Reload lists - If you used the Manage list button above, you will need to reload the data once you are done. Reload lists button does this. Refreshes the Saved Lists.

List Boxes

  • Saved Lists
  • Saved -> Toon List
    • When you select a list from the 'Saved Lists', it will show the toons in that list.
  • Active Toon List
    • This is the list Ogre Plant will use.
  • **Legend**
    • Literally a color legend. Just to show what the colors mean in the list boxes.

Buttons (on the bottom)

  • Add to Active Toon list
    • When you select a single toon from the 'Save -> Toon list', it will add that toon to the 'Active Toon List'.
  • Add all to Active Toon List
    • Will add every toon in the 'Save -> Toon List' to the 'Active Toon List'.
  • Run Active Toon List
    • Runs the active toon list. Note: Once you start it running, it will stay running until you stop it. (More information in Usage section).
  • CANCEL Running
    • You can't see it, but when you click Run Active Toon List, it changes to Cancel Running. This tells the script to stop once it has completed the current toon.
  • Clear all errors
    • If something happened previously while it was running and it was unable to complete that toon, it will error that toon out. Once you have resolved whatever error was happening, you need to clear out the error. This will clear them out for all toons in the 'Active Toon List'.
  • Clear List
    • Wipes out the list.

The big empty space on the right

  • Plan is to use it to show data about characters when you click on them. Such as why it error-ed (if it did). How long/what time they can do their next daily task if already completed for the day, etc.


Fill out the Active Toon List, and click 'Run Active Toon List' button and watch the magic.

You can add to the Active Toon List while it is running. You do not need to stop it.

While the script is running (IE: You've clicked Run Active Toon List), it will continue to run until you have clicked CANCEL Running. This means it will log in any toon in the list when they are able to complete their gathering. If you leave it running for 24 hours, it would then continue the cycle, without you ever touching it. Do keep in mind, it does not check to see if you have any toons logged in, so it would likely fail to login if you are on your characters.


Pretty self explanatory


This has pretty extensive error checking and logging. If you have a problem I will need the exact error out message, and likely need you to test some things.

If this script believes a toon should be able to summon/use the plant, but it is not available, it will try again in an hour. (Such as, you did it manually on a patch day). Or if this is the first time you've run it on that toon, they would be marked as 'NO DATA AVAILABLE', which is fine, it just has to determine when you did it last, and it does that by checking every hour until it succeeds.

Color Legend

  • Blue 'AVAILABLE' - Plant is available.
  • Green 'COMPLETED' - Plant completed.
  • Red 'ERROR' - Means that character had an error the last time they tried to run the Plant script, and will be skipped until the error is cleared.
  • White 'NO DATA AVAILABLE' - Means the bot has no data about this character and will assume they are 'AVAILABLE'.

CLI Options

Added the following CLI options.

  • -list | -l <Listname>
    • Adds the entire list provided to 'Active Toon List'
      • Example: 'ogre plant -l KannkorToons'
  • -toon | -t <toonname>
    • Adds the specificed toon to 'Active Toon List'
      • Example: 'ogre plant -t Kannkor'
  • -norun | -nostart
    • When -l or -t is used, it will automatically start running the list immediately, if you don't want that, you would need to use -nostart or -norun

If you pass any parameters to ogre plant, it will automatically start when you load it. If you do not wish for this to happen, pass -norun or -nostart

All of these are stackable.

Example: 'Ogre plant -list KannkorToons -list PrimalzToons -toon EyedeaRanger -toon KyewMonkhaha -norun' This would load the list named "KannkorToons", then add the list "PrimalzToons", then add the toon "EyedeaRanger", then add the toon "KyewMonkhaha", then specify to not run the list.

Other Information

  • shows OgreConsole on load
  • Bot will change your view position to give it the highest chance of being able to see the conversation windows, then reset it to a reasonable view point before logging out.
  • Some.. oddities. There is a rare'ish bug (I'd guess 2%, happens to about 2 of my toons randomly out of over 100 that are being run). Where the bot can't zoom out via code. In these cases, the bot just tries to handle the conversations. In the grand scheme of things, this wasn't worth spending any more time on, because it happens so rarely.