Wrath is one of the top bots on the market, and it is definitely one of the most successful bots on the market as well. This is reflected by the aftermarket value of the bot which makes it one of the most expensive bots on the aftermarket too. They tend to restock through their designated Twitter page (@wrathbots) and they sell out within the matter of seconds.
Wrath is considered to be an AIO as it currently supports:
Wrath Video Overview
When it comes to features, Wrath has a ton of them within the bot that makes the experience for the user very enjoyable as well as being successful. They have features from an analytic page to a segregated captcha harvester page allowing users to really have a unique experience when they are botting with Wrath. All of which we will cover in this overview.
On this page you can view a lot of data that directly comes through your activity within Wrath. Firstly, at the top, you can view the amount you have spent within the bot as well as the number of orders and failed orders. Below you can view your previous orders which is useful to track what you have actually purchased and then on the other side you can see a broken down view of the amount spent monthly. Finally, on this page you will also be told if you have a latest version to update to or if a new update has been released.
On this page you can configure the settings you want to use within Wrath. You can configure the miscellaneous settings that are related to your webhook and your auto click captcha. Then below that you can integrate autosolve into your bot by entering the API key and the access token. Below that you can sign into Scout which is a useful platform for all resellers. On the other side you can see the quicktask settings if you want to use that and then you have some information regarding your license key too. Finally, on the right side of the page at the top, there are a variety of buttons users can use with a variety of uses.
On this page you can view all your task groups and tasks within the groups. It is then segregated into separate sections such as the ID, store, captcha, product, mode, size, proxy usage, profile and the status. This will allow the users to see segregation per each task so they are aware of what element is within each task. You can switch through tasks groups on the left side very easily and on each group page you can see the collective action buttons on the top right side. With every group below the tasks header you can see the cookies being used as well as the tasks created, then above it you can see your local computer time.
On this page you can enter accounts into Wrath that be used with your tasks at a later point. On the left side you can add in your accounts, one per line and below that you can give your list a name to distinguish it between other lists. Once you create the account lists it will be available to view on the right side with the account list name and the amount of accounts within the list. Finally, you can delete an account list with the top right button.
When it comes to support they have a ton of written documentation within their discord for the members to view and utilise with their bot. They also have a support team ready to answer any of your questions so regardless of whether you are a beginner or an experienced botter, you will be covered.
Where does Wrath rank among other AIO bots?
Wrath is arguably one of the best AIO bots on the market at the moment and that reflects well on their aftermarket value. They have very consistent success on all of their supported platforms and it is considered to be a very strong bot to use on any hyped drop. With their unique features to excellent success, you will not be disappointed with Wrath.
Supported sites: Shopify, Supreme, Footsites, Yeezysupply
Platforms: Windows, Mac
Retail: $350 + $50/month