A library for making Terraria bots in a event driven manner
Install the module using pip:
pip3 install terrabot
- Joining servers
- Triggering various events, like joining, tiledata and itemdrops
- Parsing server data to keep classes up-to-date
- Moving the bot by teleporting
The following is a very basic bot, which will connect and handle chat.
from terrabot import TerraBot from terrabot.events import Events #Create a TerraBot object bot = TerraBot('127.0.0.1') event = bot.get_event_manager() #Connect a function to an event using a decorator @event.on_event(Events.Chat) def chat(event_id, msg): #Do something with the message #In this case, stop the bot if the word "Stop" occurs print(msg) if "stop" in msg: bot.stop() #Start the bot bot.start() #And wait while bot.running: pass
More examples can be found under the ‘examples’ directory. Also check the wiki for more information about the inner workings of the bot and how to interface with it.
If you want to contribute, that’s great! I would really appreciate the help. Just send a pull request and i’ll quickly check and accept it. These are some areas that need work:
- NPC packet parsing
- Item dropping
- Teleporting other players (>:D)
- Synchronizing packets like health and update-player-packets
- Placing tiles (!)
For information about the packets, see this link.
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