Surprisingly, Mordekaiser or Viego are not in this special ranking.
Riot Games disabled Neeko yesterday (November 23) due to a bug that severely affected the outcome of the match thanks to its ability to transform into…protection turrets. As a result, Neeko players are abusing it to enjoy unfair wins and even make opponents hate, AFK or even delete the game after unimaginable one-shots. By the way, why don’t we look back at how many bugs Riot has fixed so far in League of Legends? A quick survey of the Wiki page and the game’s update history, Shaco is the champion that holds the record for the number of fixes, 55.
Right behind the Devil Clown is the most hated/favorite general Yasuo with 53 times. Rengar and Sion shared third place with 49 fixes. Ranked fourth is the “king of the top lane without a throne” Teemo with 47 bug fixes. And finally fifth place goes to Master Yi with 43 times listed. Lux (40), Sylas (38) and Ezreal and Twisted Fate (both 36) add to the list.
In the opposite direction, we also have the least buggy champions including Zac (4), Shen (5), Tryndamere (6) and Olaf and Tristana (7). Some champions have never bothered Riot like SIvir – she only appeared in the reference after being reworked at an average level. Overall, most League of Legends champions have an average of 10-20 bug fixes.
The champions that cause Riot the most headaches often have special interactions with characters, targets or maps – like Rengar with the stealth mechanism in the bushes. Contrasting them are the near-flawless champions who often have simple gameplay, uncomplicated skill sets that only affect themselves or the surrounding targets.