Create and test your own builds in the updated build analyzer tool. Don’t know what the builds should be? Check out the Champion pages: we’ve compiled a list of updated guides from LoL Pro, SoloMid, and Mobafire.
Pick your favorite champion and give it a whirl. We have builds for 49 champions, analysis for 24 and gameplay tips for 22. We’re adding more champions each week, starting with the free rotations.
Here are some highlights:
Check out the build page for Teemo, Graves, or Diana.
Take a look at the analysis page for Teemo to get answers to some top questions, like “Is pure AD or On-Hit better for Teemo?” and “Should I get some Attack Speed items?” Or check out the analysis for Diana to see a comparison of AP builds, find out if you should get a Wriggles Lantern, and learn how to max your burst damage.
The Gameplay section offers tips for each champion, in a very visual, minimal-text format. Take a look at Teemo, Ashe or Fiddlesticks.
Build Analyzer Tool: Make any build you want and graph the damage. You can fight a very-qualified target dummy that Mr. Robot hired, or fight against a specific Champion to see how much damage you do. Graph your time to live, a duel to the death, or plain ol’ DPS.
As the tool is built out, we’ll suggest builds and tips specific for champion matchups. For example, Sivir vs Caitlyn might be different that Sivir vs Teemo. If you select Sivir vs Caitlyn, you can already see that a special tip shows up for that specific matchup: Sivir gets free mana when running into Caitlyn’s traps.
The Devil is in the Details:
We’ve spent months going in game to verify the stats for every champion, and will keep it up to date with every patch. Mouse over a champion’s portrait to see their stats.
The Build Analyzer graphs damage based on the abilities and combos we coded into the tool. You can feel confident that the ability data is correct. However, it’s possible some combos end up throwing things out of whack… and we’d want to fix it. Let us know if something seems off, and we’ll dive into it.
Our ‘tagging’ system: we built a really cool system to tag builds and tips that will make the site dynamic and show users only what they want to see. I can tag a tip as “For Teemo,” “Against Teemo,” “Teemo vs Ashe,” “Against AD Carries,” “Skillshot,” “AoE,” “Roamer, “Jungler” etc. This allows us to write a tip for Vayne that says, “Use Tumble to dodge skill shots” and have it show up when she’s playing against champions with skillshots.
Beta! 49 Champions are live, more launching each week.
This is still in beta, although we vetted each champion that’s currently on our site.
All 49 champions can be used in the Build Analyzer
All 49 champions have builds that are good, however, only 24 of them have analysis done.
22 of the champions have tips in the gameplay section
Involving the community: Mr. Robot loves humans. You’ll see that we’ve started filling out tips, but we know there are experts for each champion that would love to be heard.
Submit your tips in the comment section for each champion on our site. You can even attach an image to your comment (the large images are 650 pixels wide, and small images are 140×140 square). We also accept (short) videos.
Discuss build options and share your custom builds in the comments as well
When we use someone’s tip or build, we will give you credit!
We know a lot of people have other tools or spreadsheets, and we have a lot of data that might be helpful. Mr. Robot loves to share and collaborate with the other developers. So if you think we can help with your project, send an email to feedback
at askmrrobot [d0t] com.
We know that a lot of experts like making guides on sites like Mobafire. Try using our Build Analyzer to prove out your build and share the graph on your guide. We want you to share that – it isn’t stealing
Mr. Robot loves chatting with humans, so he’s included comments on our League of Legends site. However, he’ll be running each comment through his quality filter, so if you don’t want your comment filtered out, you should follow his guidelines.
Your comments should do at least 1 of the following:
Add something worthwhile to the conversation. If you disagree with a build, explain WHY you disagree and what you’d suggest to make it better. Then link to the build you made that proves it’s better. Good: If you get a Last Whisperer on this champion, you’ll do more damage late game. Here’s a link to a build (made with the build analyzer) that proves it. Bad: This build sucks. Bad: This is awesome! (although Mr. Robot loves praise, we don’t want other visitors sifting through comments that don’t add something to the conversation. However, you can tweet your love to Mr. Robot all day, and he’ll tweet back).
Suggest a Tip! We want to take tips from the community to build out each champions’ gameplay page. You can give us tips for playing as a champion, or against a champion. If we use your tip, you’ll get credit! Do NOT copy and paste from someone else’s guide – that’s plagiarism, and we don’t like it. Good: I have a tip for Ashe: If you hide in a bush at the start of the game, you can get an automatic crit when the enemy shows up. (Link to a picture or video if you have one) Good: When you play against Ashe, be careful of her hiding in the bushes at the start of the game – she can automatically crit you. Bad: Ashe is an awesome AD Carry Bad: Ashe sucks
Ask Mr. Robot a Question! If you have a question about a champion, leave it in the comments. It can be a question about builds, how to play them, or specific questions about a matchup. Good: I feel pretty squishy as Twitch… is it viable to build tanky? Good: What’s better on Ashe: Attack Speed or Crit? Good: I die to Caitlyn a lot – is there anything I should do when playing against her? Bad: Why does Sejuani suck?
AND ALL comments should do ALL of the following:
Use decent spelling and grammar: since this isn’t twitter, you don’t need to use ‘u’ instead of ‘you.’ Commas, periods, and capital letters help your readers understand the point you are trying to make.
Respect other posters: don’t flame someone – it will be deleted. Don’t use derogatory remarks either. Mr. Robot has a low tolerance for haters.
Mr. Robot’s filter is partially powered by humans. The top commenters will be offered moderator status. If it’s something you really, really want to do, reach out to us: feedback at askmrrobot [d0t] com. We’ll have moderators on a per-champion basis.
I know it’s dangerous to make that claim, but Mr. Robot’s League of Legends Build Tool is going to change the way you think about builds. We’re finishing up a few details before we release it for the beta, but here’s an over view to tide you over:
Create any build you want, including ‘shop trip’ break points
Graph damage done to your opponent, damage done to you, and more (with the click of one button)
Use the tool to definitively answer questions like, “Is it better to build with an Infinity Edge or a Trinity Force?” “Should I get a Phantom Dancer or Infinity Edge first?”
Leave a comment with YOUR frequently asked build questions, and we’ll try to answer them on launch! I might even use a few questions to make some sample screenshots to share soon.
We’re addicted to this game, playing it pretty much every day for over a year. Yet, even with a year of experience, when that loading screen pops up and we see who we’re up against… we find ourselves asking a lot of questions. What starting item should I get against [insert champion]? What tricks does my opponent have up his sleeves? Is it better to get a health item, or damage reduction against this team?
You know who’d be great at answering these? Mr. Robot!