AntiRaid

Default permission requirement: public (0)

Command Default level Explanation
raid public (0)
Example: !raid
raid end public (0)
Example: !raid end

BCVersionChecker

Default permission requirement: public (0)

Command Default level Explanation
Reset the cache
cleancache public (0)
Example: !cleancache
latest public (0)
Example: !latest [version]

Basic

Default permission requirement: public (0)

Command Default level Explanation
Shows some runtime info like uptime, messages seen and link to support server.
about public (0)
Example: !about
Random decision making.
coinflip public (0)
Example: !coinflip [thing]
Lists all commands, the commands from a cog or info about a command.
help public (0)
Example: !help [query]
See if the bot is still online.
ping public (0)
Example: !ping
Quotes the requested message.
quote public (0)
Example: !quote <message>
Shows self-assignable roles or assigns/removes one.
self_role public (0)
Example: ![self_roleǀselfroleǀself_rolesǀselfroles] [role]
Prints out any Discord user IDs found in the specified text
uid public (0)
Example: !uid <text>

CustCommands

Default permission requirement: public (0)

Command Default level Explanation
Lists all custom commands for this server, also the base command to making, updating and removing them.
commands public (0)
Example: ![commandsǀcommand]
Create a new command
commands create mod (2)
Example: !commands [createǀnewǀadd] <trigger> [reply]
Removes a custom command
commands remove mod (2)
Example: !commands remove <trigger>
Sets a new reply for the specified command
commands update mod (2)
Example: !commands update <trigger> [reply]

Emoji

Default permission requirement: admin (3)

Command Default level Explanation
Base command for managing emoji
emoji admin (3)
Example: ![emojiǀemote]
Uploads a new emoji
emoji add admin (3)
Example: !emoji [addǀuploadǀcreate] <name> [roles]
Removes an emoji
emoji delete admin (3)
Example: !emoji [deleteǀremoveǀnukeǀrmvǀdelǀ👋ǀ🗑] <emote>
emoji info admin (3)
Example: !emoji info <emoji>
emoji list admin (3)
Example: !emoji list
Manage the role requirements to use emoji
emoji roles admin (3)
Example: !emoji [rolesǀrole]
emoji roles add admin (3)
Example: !emoji roles add <emote> [roles]
emoji roles remove admin (3)
Example: !emoji roles remove <emote> [roles]...
Changes the emoji name
emoji update admin (3)
Example: !emoji [updateǀchangeǀrenameǀredefine] <emote> <new_name>

Fun

Default permission requirement: public (0)

Command Default level Explanation
Get stats from a player in Apex Legends.
apexstats public (0)
Example: !apexstats <platform> <username>
Random cats!
cat public (0)
Example: !cat
Random dogs!
dog public (0)
Example: !dog
Jumbo emoji
jumbo public (0)
Example: !jumbo <emojis>

Infractions

Default permission requirement: mod (2)

Command Default level Explanation
Base infractions command, see the subcommands for details.
inf mod (2)
Example: ![infǀinfractionǀinfractions]
Claim responsibility for an infraction as moderator
inf claim mod (2)
Example: !inf claim <infraction>
Deletes an infraction. This can not be undone!
inf delete owner only (5)
Example: !inf [deleteǀdelǀremove] <infraction>
Shows details on a specific infraction
inf info mod (2)
Example: !inf [infoǀdetails] <infraction>
Shows all infractions given by or to a given user.
inf search mod (2)
Example: !inf search [fields] [query]
Updates an infraction.
inf update mod (2)
Example: !inf update <infraction> <reason>
Adds a new warning, the user is not informed of this.
warn mod (2)
Example: !warn <member> <reason>

Minecraft

Default permission requirement: public (0)

Command Default level Explanation

Moderation

Default permission requirement: mod (2)

Command Default level Explanation
Base command for archiving, use the subcommands to actually make archives
archive mod (2)
Example: !archive
Archive messages from a channel
archive channel mod (2)
Example: !archive channel [channel] [amount=100]
Archive messages from a user
archive user mod (2)
Example: !archive user <user> [amount=100]
Bans a user from the server.
ban mod (2)
Example: ![banǀ🚪] <user> [reason]
Beans a user on the server.
bean mod (2)
Example: !bean <user> [reason]
Gets out the broom to clean whatever mess needs cleaning
clean mod (2)
Example: !clean
Just clean everything
clean all mod (2)
Example: !clean all <amount>
Cleans both messages given and everything in between
clean between mod (2)
Example: !clean between <start> <end>
Removes messages sent by any bot
clean bots mod (2)
Example: !clean bots [amount=50]
Removes messages by one or more users in all channels
clean everywhere mod (2)
Example: !clean everywhere [users]... [amount=50]
Cleans all messages send in the last x time (5 m for example)
clean last mod (2)
Example: !clean last <duration> [excess]
Cleans until the given message (message is also removed)
clean until mod (2)
Example: !clean until <message>
Removes messages by one or more users
clean user mod (2)
Example: !clean user [users]... [amount=50]
Same as a regular ban, but removes one day of messages by default, can go up to 7
cleanban mod (2)
Example: ![cleanbanǀclean_ban] <user> [days=1] [reason]
Soft bans a user from the server (ban, removes last day of messages and unbans).
cleankick mod (2)
Example: ![cleankickǀsoftban] <user> [reason]
Bans a user even if they are not in the server.
forceban mod (2)
Example: !forceban <user> [reason]
Kicks a user from the server.
kick mod (2)
Example: ![kickǀ👢] <user> [reason]
Bans multiple users with the same reason
mban mod (2)
Example: !mban [targets]... [reason]
Kicks multiple users with the same reason
mkick mod (2)
Example: !mkick [targets]... [reason]
Temporarily mutes someone.
mute mod (2)
Example: !mute <target> <duration> [reason]
Purges up to 1000 messages in this channel.
purge mod (2)
Example: !purge <count>
Adds or removes roles from members
role mod (2)
Example: !role
Adds a role to someone
role add mod (2)
Example: !role add <user> <role>
Removes a role from someone
role remove mod (2)
Example: !role [removeǀrmv] <user> <role>
Prints a list of all roles in the server, possible modes are alphabetic or hierarchy (default)
roles mod (2)
Example: !roles [mode=hierarchy]
Shows when the last message by the user was logged
seen mod (2)
Example: !seen <user>
Shows information about the current server.
serverinfo mod (2)
Example: ![serverinfoǀserver] [guild]
Control the slowmode on a channel
slowmode mod (2)
Example: !slowmode [channel] <duration>
Temporarily bans someone from the server (regardless on if they are on the server atm or not)
tempban mod (2)
Example: !tempban <user> <duration> [reason]
Unbans a user from the server.
unban mod (2)
Example: !unban <member> [reason]
Lifts a mute.
unmute mod (2)
Example: !unmute <target> [reason]
Shows information about the chosen user or yourself
userinfo mod (2)
Example: ![userinfoǀinfo] [user]

Reminders

Default permission requirement: public (0)

Command Default level Explanation
Base command for reminders
remind public (0)
Example: ![remindǀrǀreminder]
Schedule to be reminded about something
remind me public (0)
Example: !remind [meǀaddǀmǀa] <duration> <reminder>

Serveradmin

Default permission requirement: admin (3)

Command Default level Explanation
Configure server specific settings.
configure admin (3)
Example: ![configureǀconfigǀcfg]
Show or configure server admin roles
configure admin_roles admin (3)
Example: !configure [admin_rolesǀadminroles]
configure admin_roles add admin (3)
Example: !configure admin_roles add <role>
configure admin_roles remove admin (3)
Example: !configure admin_roles remove <role>
configure blacklist admin (3)
Example: !configure blacklist
configure blacklist add admin (3)
Example: !configure blacklist add <word>
configure blacklist remove admin (3)
Example: !configure blacklist remove <word>
Configure permission overrides for cogs.
configure cog_overrides admin (3)
Example: !configure cog_overrides
configure cog_overrides add admin (3)
Example: !configure cog_overrides add <cog> <perm_lvl>
configure cog_overrides remove admin (3)
Example: !configure cog_overrides remove <cog>
Configure permission overrides for individual commands, this ignores any overrides.
configure command_overrides admin (3)
Example: !configure command_overrides
configure command_overrides remove admin (3)
Example: !configure command_overrides remove <command>
configure command_overrides set admin (3)
Example: !configure command_overrides [setǀadd] <command> <perm_lvl>
Configure warning behaviour for DMs (off by default)
configure dm_on_warn admin (3)
Example: !configure dm_on_warn <value>
configure features admin (3)
Example: !configure features
configure features disable admin (3)
Example: !configure features disable <types>
configure features enable admin (3)
Example: !configure features enable <types>
Configures ignored channels
configure ignored_channels admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels
Configures channels to ignore for logging channel changes
configure ignored_channels changes admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels changes
Adds a channel to the ignored list
configure ignored_channels changes add admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels changes add <channel>
Shows the list of channels currently on the ignore list
configure ignored_channels changes list admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels changes list
Removes a channel from the ignored list again
configure ignored_channels changes remove admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels changes remove <channel>
Configures channel to ignore for edit and delete logs
configure ignored_channels edits admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels [editsǀedit]
Adds a channel to the ignored list
configure ignored_channels edits add admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels edits add <channel>
Shows the list of channels currently on the ignore list
configure ignored_channels edits list admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels edits list
Removes a channel from the ignored list again
configure ignored_channels edits remove admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_channels edits remove <channel>
Configures users to ignore for edit/delete logs (like bots spamming the logs with edits)
configure ignored_users admin (3)
Example: !configure [ignored_usersǀignoredUsers]
configure ignored_users add admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_users add <user>
configure ignored_users remove admin (3)
Example: !configure ignored_users remove <user>
Allows adding/removing servers from the invite whitelist, only enforced when there are servers on the list
configure invite_whitelist admin (3)
Example: !configure invite_whitelist
configure invite_whitelist add admin (3)
Example: !configure invite_whitelist add <server>
configure invite_whitelist remove admin (3)
Example: !configure invite_whitelist remove <server>
Sets the language to use on this server.
configure language admin (3)
Example: !configure language [lang_code]
configure log_embeds admin (3)
Example: !configure log_embeds <value>
configure logging admin (3)
Example: !configure logging
configure logging add admin (3)
Example: !configure logging add <channel> <types>
configure logging dash admin (3)
Example: !configure logging dash
configure logging remove admin (3)
Example: !configure logging remove <cid> <types>
Allows adding/removing people to lvl 4 permission lvl for a command.
configure lvl4 owner only (5)
Example: !configure lvl4
configure lvl4 add owner only (5)
Example: !configure lvl4 add <command> <person>
configure lvl4 remove owner only (5)
Example: !configure lvl4 remove <command> <person>
Show or configure server mod roles
configure mod_roles admin (3)
Example: !configure [mod_rolesǀmodroles]
configure mod_roles add admin (3)
Example: !configure mod_roles add <role>
configure mod_roles remove admin (3)
Example: !configure mod_roles remove <role>
Sets what role to use for muting people.
configure mute_role admin (3)
Example: !configure [mute_roleǀmuterole] <role>
Configure if a message should be shown if someone tries to run a command they do not have access to
configure perm_denied_message admin (3)
Example: !configure perm_denied_message <value>
Sets or shows the server prefix
configure prefix admin (3)
Example: !configure prefix [new_prefix]
Configures or shows the managed roles config list
configure role_list admin (3)
Example: !configure role_list
Adds a role to the configuration list
configure role_list add admin (3)
Example: !configure role_list add <role>
Sets if the list is a whitelist or blacklist
configure role_list mode admin (3)
Example: !configure role_list mode <mode>
Removes a role from the configuration list
configure role_list remove admin (3)
Example: !configure role_list [removeǀrmv] <role>
Allows adding/removing roles from the self assignable list
configure self_roles admin (3)
Example: !configure [self_rolesǀselfroleǀself_role]
configure self_roles add admin (3)
Example: !configure self_roles add <role>
configure self_roles remove admin (3)
Example: !configure self_roles remove <role>
Configures the timezone used for logging timestamps
configure timezone admin (3)
Example: !configure timezone [new_zone]
Show or configure server trusted roles
configure trusted_roles admin (3)
Example: !configure [trusted_rolesǀtrustedroles]
configure trusted_roles add admin (3)
Example: !configure trusted_roles add <role>
configure trusted_roles remove admin (3)
Example: !configure trusted_roles remove <role>
Base command for disabling features
disable admin (3)
Example: !disable
Disable the mute feature
disable mute admin (3)
Example: !disable mute