So then, what ARE bots?
Bots on Club Penguin are of some of the weirdest, yet interesting species. Like I said earlier, bots are penguins run by sceipts and programmes. We're not talking about playscripts (bodum-tssss) we're talking of programmes. The most common scripts are the ones that make penguins say things automatically. So basically, to operate this scrupt, the player programmes the script to make the penguin do a certain action, without the actual player MAKING penguin the actions. And the script controls the penguin, while the player sits back and watches the bots causing trouble.
But bots don't have to be of Club Penguin; there are many internet bots around the world. Slither.io for example, you see snakes by the name of 'chither'. They move in a straight line. And its not just one, but many. They are run by scripts, which control the snakes what to do. But back to Club Penguin...
What are the certain behaviours of bots?
Bots come in all shapes and sizes, and especially behaviour. Whilst the behaviour of SOME bots are idle, there are most that do certain things. Let's go through a list of some examples of bots and their behaviour:
Alright, so I know how bots behave, but how would I recognise a bot when I see one?
Every single bot is a new penguin. So they would have numvers in their name eg. P3758374837482749, which represents hpw many penguins have registered. If they have weird names like St Ransor - uh I mean...ok let me say it differently. After 3 days their name gets approved. Armies name bots after the army they advertise eg. Wvtroop345 or Nachowarrior8. But you can be sure that bots can - #£%&7coder - will say alot - #£@%😘 - of weird things - IM A BOT IM A BOT IM A BOT IM A BOT IM A BOT -
Hah just messing around! But share your views in the commenys section below on how you feel about these pests.
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