Fishing only takes one key

Fishing only takes one key. By press B your inventory will open and your camera wont change its angle while fishing. And then the only key you need is “F” (by default) to throw out your pole or pull it back in when you catch a fish. This means that you can easy fish while watching a movie; but still listening careful to trove to hear when you hook a fish.

Yes it is, using 3rd party software to do something for you is called laziness. And it shouldn’t be boring to fish, whenever I fish I chat to people in clubs, which is fun sometimes, and if you do get bored, you should probably consider alternating between actions, such as go out adventuring or just simply go out and build something.

I do not think you understand the purpose of this thread. The OP is not suggesting a way to automate fishing using third party programs, the OP is talking about a way to viably fish while away from keyboard, due to the need for only one button press. It is not automated, and the player still presses F to fish, except by pressing buttons on a smartphone instead of a keyboard.

I have a app for my iPad called Splashtop that lets me access my computer on the tablet. Can play games like Trove with it as well. I never use the app since I originally got it so I could use my tablet as a “mouse” on my desktop to draw (Because I didn’t have a tablet for this specific purpose at the time).

What’s the deal, either way you’re pressing a key to do it, actually being in game doesn’t take any more effort. Personally I have 2 monitors and have read things on my 2nd monitor and stuff or crafted in another game. If I need to spend hours fishing, I better at least be able to be somewhat productive.

Yeah I definitely agree… If I have to just stare for 30 seconds to catch a fish I need to be able to do other things. having an app would make it possible to do things that I can’t do while sitting at my desk. Right now I can only watch tv while fishing.

Remote fishing (fishing manually, but not sitting at your computer staring at Trove, pressing F) would be legal in this sense. It’s not reading or writing to the game. You’re listening to a sound and manually inputting, whether you be using teamviewer, using an autohotkey script that sends F to Trove when you hit a button, or building a robot that hits F for you when you hit a button on a remote control.

Anyone tried to play without relying on “third parties”? Honestly this game gives for everything … after all you use what you use ends up being something legal, just look a little you will realize that I am right. Use a robot, nippy, multiaccounts, autoclicker, whatever you want, no matter how much you report something they do nothing, but it is always better to play with your own hands and eyes, and of course your own brain.

Advice doesn’t work for everyone, I learned better just not showing up to class and learning the material on my own. You get a much more complete knowledge of the material, sure it’s harder work, but I’m about to complete a Ph.D. in statistics and I’ve received a number of awards and recognition for my work. Hard work is not wasted.

That is somewhat worth noting. For me when in secondary school I got pretty much everything in class. When it came to college (not uni) I got completely lost in one of my classes (even though I got an A* for GCSE) which completely wrecked my confidence. When it came to looking through it myself it seemed a lot easier than it seemed. Lack of confidence still made me drop the subject for the 2nd year. You still want to pay attention in class though.

You’re there once in your life, and those results will affect the rest of your life, or if you do have an alternative career path already set out, you’ll have something to fall back on. If necessary you can retake the exams, but it’s best to make the most of it. I used to have dreams of classroom failure occasionally due to my average A-levels.


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