ArchBot is already included within the game client, you do not need to download any external files to use it. To access the bot in game simply press CTRL + Shift + B or press the Bot Icon.jpg icon and a window should pop up. FYI, the bot does not and will not contain a cavebot.


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Inside the AFK window you can set your bot to automatically eat food, Replace ammo (mainly cards for corsairs since archers dont use ammo anymore, only 1 type of a card), dance to prevent you from getting disconnected for AFK or to auto-reconnect (you might crash when using it, use at own risk).


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The support sections contains the most common things that a bot requires. You can set your haste spell, utamo vita for mages, replace ring (this is not an e-ring swap, it keeps a chosen ring equipped) or a private message alarm with 2 options 1UP (Sound taken from Mario) or the xenobot classic sound.


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General Window is where the good stuff is. This window contains all the main config windows you need. A healer:


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To set your healing spell simply type the name of the spell you want to use in the first column and then set the percentage of heal/mana you want to use it at. The healer does work with self healing spells such as regeneration hymm, healing tune for bards or exura sio for druids. in the "Going to Heal" section select the onSelf option.

You can also set your healing rune within the healer configuration window, simply press the "Select HealRune" button and a crosshair will appear (the same crosshair when you set an item on a hotkey), select your heal rune and set your preferable healing percentages.

You can save your vocation settings by simply typing a name under the "Save & Load Settings:" Window and clicking the "Save Settings" button. To load them up, select the before named otml file and load it up.

Spell Rotation:


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Spell rotation is pretty self explanatory, it uses the spells based on the order you put them in (lowest to highest, 1 > 2) the bot checks for the cooldown of the spell and tries to use it whenever possible. Simply put your spell name in the "Name of the spell" window and set your preferable settings. for example Vortex Breath will require the "Needs direction" option to be set as "Yes" because you want your character to turn towards your target before casting it.

You can also set your soul rune within the spell rotation window. Simply press the "Select HealRune" button and a crosshair will appear (the same crosshair when you set an item on a hotkey), select your soul rune and select the respective option for it. Archers and bards should use the onSelf setting when configuring the soul rune whereas Guardians should use the onHp setting and set the hp they want their rune to be casted at.

Necromancers use the spell rotation after casting a dot which requires a different settings that can be seen right below the Soul Rune config. Example of a necro rotation would look like: Bez tytułu.jpg including a spell like Gathering Fear, Death Wave, Exori (element here) inside the rotation window.

You can save your vocation settings by simply typing a name under the "Save & Load Settings:" Window and clicking the "Save Settings" button. To load them up, select the before named otml file and load it up.

And last but not least for the general option window, the quick button. I will use corsair as an example.
The quick button menu contains all the buff spells that a vocation MIGHT have. NOTE: Some vocations might not have any spells inside their respective quick button, they might be added in the future.
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Select your vocation and open the quick button window to see what buffs your vocation might have.
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Select the buffs that you want to be automatically used by the bot. Some spells wont work untill you leave the protection zone.


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The Targeting window is what makes the bot attack the monsters around you when you are AFK or just don't feel like clicking every monster by yourself.
To set targeting to attack every monster around you simply click the <New Monster> tag. Type ANYTHING in the "Name" window and click "Attack all creatures", every time you add a new monster to this list the "Follow" option will be selected by default. However if you wish to use aoe runes such as the Great Fireball Rune or an Avalanche simply click the Attack > rune mode and select the rune you want to be used on your target.