Release date 9 June 2010 (Update)
Race Human
Members Yes
Quest NPC No
Location(s) Seers' Village courthouse
Sells items No
Gender Male
Examine Not very talkative.
Botros chathead

Botros is a playerspoof involved in Court Cases. He appears to be a bot and admits that he was training away-from-keyboard (AFK) when the Drunken dwarf assaulted him. He is used as a victim during the Drunken dwarf case. He is thought to be based on the bots that were commonly seen around RuneScape; this can be seen especially through his chat head, which used to be the default setting for all RuneScape characters which bots commonly did not change.

The drunken dwarf, the defendant in this court case scenario, was one of many random events put in place to help combat the number of botters. As the accuser claimed he was training away-from-keyboard, it is likely he was caught botting by the drunken dwarf.


  • His examine text is a reference to the fact that bots usually do not reply to players.
  • While many people who claim to be "AFK training" really are botting, some skills, such as Woodcutting, contain actions that take a very long time to complete after initiating them. It is possible that he was performing one of these actions and active in another tab (to bring the fourth-wall breaking further), which would explain why he didn't notice the Drunk Dwarf assaulting him.