All User commands:

  • $Help - Provides a link to this page.
  • $Roll - rolls a D6.
  • $Roll {n}d{s} - rolls n dice with s sides. For example $roll 2d6 or $roll 1d3.
  • $QuantumRoll - rolls a D6. Uses Quantum numbers. For the non-beleivers.
  • $QuantumRoll {n}d{s} - rolls n dice with s sides. For example $roll 2d6 or $roll 1d3. Uses Quantum numbers. For the non-beleivers.
  • $Flip - Flips a coin.
  • $Timezones - Lists timezones available for the timezone converion commands.
  • ${timezone} - Converts a time to designated Timezone. For example $CEST 09:00 PDT will convert the 09:00 CEST to Pacific Daylight Time, $NZST 12:00 ACDT will conver 12:00 NZST to ACDT. Times must be in the format hh:mm.
  • $GitHub - Provides a link to Thom's GitHub.
  • $Timer - Sets a timer for the requested time period. Time must in the format hh:mm. For example - $Timer 03:00 will set a timer for 3 hours. Can optionally be followed by a message. On expiry the user who created it will receive a ping.
  • $Events - Give a list of ongoing and upcoming events on the server.
  • $EventDetails - Gives full information on a specific event on the server. Must be followed by the event's unique ID. For example $EventDetails 101.
  • $GermanPairing - Initiates a three player team pairing process against a mentioned user using the German Pairing Method. For example $GermanPairing @Ryan. You will first be asked if won the roll off, so please ensure you roll off for who picks the table first. Can only be used in table channels.
  • $loscheck - Initiates a volumetric LOS check. The bot will prompt you with questions and then provide an image to demonstrate the LOS. Can only be used in table channels.

With the exception of $heret, the following commands must be used in a bot channel.

  • $LeaveTeam - Leave a team you are a member of. If you are a Captain of the team, you will need to assign another player as the Captain first.
  • $FetchScores - Get the leader board for the Fetch easter egg minigame.

Team Captain Commands:

  • $CreateTeam - Create a Team with the provided name. For example $CreateTeam The Speedy Turtles
  • $TeamColour - Changed the colour of your Team! Use $Colours for supported colours.
  • $AddPlayer - Adds a player to a team. Must be followed by a mentioned user. For example $AddPlayer @Dean.
  • $RemovePlayer - Removes a player from a team. Must be followed by a mentioned user. For example $RemovePlayer @Dean.
  • $RegisterTeam - Register a team for a Team Event. Must be followed by an event ID. For example $RegisterTeam 101. If the event permits it, channels for the team will be created.
  • $DeregisterTeam - Deregister a team for a Team Event. Must be followed by an event ID. For example $DeregisterTeam 101.
  • $RenameTeam - Renames one of the teams you are a Captain of. Must be followed by a new Team name. For example $RenameTeam The slow Cheetahs.
  • $AssignCaptain - Change the acting Captain of a Team from yourself to another. Must be followed by a mentioned user. For example $AssignCaptain @Thom. If the Player is not a part of your team, they will be added to it.
  • $DeleteTeam - Delete a team you are a captain of. Options will be presented to you. This action cannot be undone if committed.

Head Judge Commands:

  • $heret - Sets a timer for the requested time period. Time must in the format hh:mm. Must be followed by a message. For example $heret 01:30 Dice down!. On expiry the @here role will be pinged.
  • $AddEvent - Create an event on the server. Needs to be followed by a name for said event. For example $AddEvent 50pt Steamroller
  • $AddEventDetail - Add a detail to an existing event. Must be followed by the event's unique ID. For example $AddEventDetail 101.
  • $EditEvent - Edit the property of an event (not a detail). Must be followed by the event's unique ID. For example $EditEvent 101.
  • $DeleteEvent - Delete an event. Must be followed by the event's unique ID: For example $DeleteEvent 101.
  • $DeleteDetail - Delete an event's detail. ust be followed by the detail's unique ID: For example $DeleteEvent 234.
  • $AddCaptain - Grants a user the Team Captain Role related to that server. Must be followed by a mentioned user. For example $AddCaptain @Barry.
  • $RemoveCaptain - Removes the Team Captain Role related to the server from the User. Must be followed by a mentioned user. For example $RemoveCaptain @Barry. If the Captain has made any teams, a new Team Captain will be assigned. If they have any teams that only they are part of, they will be deleted.

Server Administrator Commands:

  • $AddRoleAccess - Gives a role an access level on the bot. Must be followed by a valid role/mentioned role: for example $AddRoleAccess Team Captain.
  • $RemoveRoleAccess - Removes access levels on the bot for a role. Must be followed by a valid role/mentioned role. For example $RemoveRoleAccess Team Captain.
  • $CheckRoleAccess - Confirms the access level on the bot for a role. Must be followed by a valid role/mentioned role. For example $CheckRoleAccess Team Captain.