The term Bots in League of Legends refers to computer controlled opponent (AI - Artificial Intelligence) available in custom games and Co-op vs. AI matches. Bots can have either "beginner" or "intermediate" AI.
On January 24, 2012, it was announced that the bot system would be expanded with more bots, better intelligence and availability on the Crystal Scar. On February 1, 2012, the system was released.
On April 15, 2014, an update to the bot AI was released, primarily improving threat evaluation and the ability to dodge skillshots, as well as updating the item builds used.
61 of 141 (43.26%) champions are available as bots.
Prior to V4.7, only 29 champion bots were available in custom games, and could only be at beginner difficulty. Custom games now allow all available bots at beginner or intermediate difficulty.
14 of 141 (9.93%) champions have no longer bot support. Bots are removed from the bot pools either when a champion receives a rework or they contain bugs that make the bots unusable. Below is a list of removed bots:
77 of 141 (54.61%) champions have no bot support.
In the old removed tutorial you only fight against aBot.
In Tutorial Part 1 you will fight againstBot, Bot, Bot, Bot and Bot. In your Team are (based on your chosen champ) Bot, Bot, Bot, Bot and Bot.
In Tutorial Part 2 you will fight withBot, Bot, Bot and Bot against Bot, Bot, Bot, Bot and Bot.
In Tutorial Part 3 you will fight withBot, Bot, Bot and Bot against Bot, Bot, Bot, Bot and Bot.
Beginner bots and intermediate bots use 1 of 4 default rune sets.
| Precision: The Perfect|| |
| Domination: The Executioner|| |
| Sorcery: The Calamity|| |
| Resolve: The Colossus|| |
| Inspiration: The Timeless||None|
In this table you can see what item build the bots use.
- Summoners Rift
Ability Ranking Order
In this table you can see in which order the bots rank up their abilities. On level 6,11 and 16 the bots always upgrade their ultimate (exceptBot).