Help

Displays all the available commands for your permission level or view the help for a specific command if you meet the permission requirements.

Usage:

help <command>
  • Command (optional) is a String value of a command that needs help with.

Examples:

help slowmode

Aliases:

h, halp

Permissions:

level User


Sync

Synchronize default role with one or more members.

Usage:

sync <member>
  • Member (optional) is a Member tag value. When none specified all members will be synced.

 

Aliases:

none

Permissions:

level Administrator


Settings

View or change settings for your server. View indepth setup guide with all values explained.

Usage:

View all settings.

settings view

View specified setting.

settings get <key>
  • Key (required) is a String setting key value.

Edit specified setting to value

settings edit <key> <value>
  • Key (required) is a String setting key value.
  • Value (required) is a String to specify value.

Examples:

set edit prefix ,

Aliases:

setting, set, conf, config

Permissions:

level Administrator


Role

View or change role permissions.

Usage:

View all role's permissions.

role view <role>
  • role (required) is a Role Tag, id or name specifying which role view.

Approve a role for specified permission.

role approve <role> <permissions>
  • role (required) is a Role Tag, id or name specifying which role to approve the permission for.
  • permissions (required) is a String to specify the permission that should be approved. Use spaces to seperate multiple permissions.

Remove approval from specified role.

role remove <role> <permissions>
  • role (required) is a Role Tag, id or name specifying which role to remove the permission from.
  • permissions (required) is a String to specify the permission that should be removed. Use spaces to seperate multiple permissions.

Examples:

role approve VIP kick prune
role remove 434085525235044352 kick

Permission list

Add a role to a permission level using the following level-names:

"premium", "moderator", "administrator"

Add a specific permission to a role by using the following permissions:

"ping", "nuke", "filterbypass", "slowmode", "channel", "punish", "prune"

Aliases:

setrole, permissions

Permissions:

level Administrator


Punish

Temporarily remove a configured role which makes it possible to mute or restrict someone for a set amount of time.

Usage:

Punish a member.

punish add <member> <timespan> <reason>
  • member (required) is a Member Tag.
  • timespan (optional) is a String [number][unit: s, m, h, d] to specify the time of punishment. Default is 5m.
  • reason (optional) is a String to specify the reason of the punishment.

Unpunish a member.

punish remove <member>
  • member(required) is a Member Tag specifying who to unpunish.

Examples:

punish add @McDefault 1d

Aliases:

mute, m, p

Permissions:

level Moderator

permission punish


Nuke

Completely wipe channel messages, invites and webhooks, but keep permissions as they were. Assign certain channels to be nuked on a daily basis.

Usage:

Nuke a channel.

nuke blast

View nuke settings.

nuke view

Nuke a channel.

nuke blast

Add a channel to daily auto nuke.

nuke add <channel>
  • channel (optional) is a Channel Tag or id specifying which channel to nuke. Default is current channel.

Remove a channel from daily auto nuke.

nuke remove <channel>
  • channel (optional) is a Channel Tag or id specifying which channel to nuke. Default is current channel..

Examples:

nuke add 799593453477839636
nuke remove #channeltag

Aliases:

none

Permissions:

level Administrator

permission nuke


Slowmode

Activate slowmode for a channel.

Usage:

slowmode <interval> <channel>
  • interval (optional) is a String [number][unit: s, m, h, d] tag value. Default is 5s.
  • Channel (optional) are channel tags or ids. Default value (unspecified) is current channel.

Examples:

slowmode - quickly activates slowmode for 5 seconds in the currect channel
slowmode 5s channel_id_here

Aliases:

slow

Permissions:

level Moderator

permission slowmode


Channel

Create private channels for you and your friends using convenient commands.

Usage:

Create a room. Limit is 4 per user.

channel create [type]
  • type (optional) is text or voice. Default is text

Delete a room you created.

channel delete <channel>
  • channel (optional) is a Channel tag or id. Default is current channel.

Add someone to your room.

channel add <member> <channel>
  • member (required) is a Member Tag or id.
  • Channel (Optional) is a Channel tag, id. Default is current channel.

Remove someone from your room.

channel remove <member> <channel>
  • member (required) is a Member Tag or id.
  • Channel (Optional) is a Channel tag, id. Default is current channel.

Examples:

channel create - create a text channel
channel add 142342342342342 234242343424343
channel remove @Henk

Aliases:

room

Permissions:

level Premium

permission channel


Mylevel

Tells you your permission level for the current message location.

Usage:

mylevel

Aliases:

lvl

Permissions:

level User


Invite

Display the invite link for Maxminded.

Usage:

invite

Aliases:

inv

Permissions:

level User


Prune

Remove up to 500 messages by executing a single command, either from all the most recent messages or from a specific user. You can choose a starting point by replying to a message. Pinned messages are skipped.

Usage:

prune <number> <member>
  • number (optional) is a number between 1 and 500. Default is 5.
  • member (optional) is a Member Tag or id. Default is none.

Replying

Don't want to start pruning from the most recent message? Reply to a message under the messages you want to start removing. See image for example.

When you want to delete the red messages, reply to the blue one and just type /prune 2 how you would normally.

This example shows how to use replying to set your own starting point for pruning
This example shows how to use replying to set your own starting point for pruning

Examples:

prune 10
prune 5 @Kees

Aliases:

prul, cl, clean

Permissions:

level Moderator

permission prune