I’ve been through a lot of servers, met a lot of administrators, and a recurring problem I’ve been able to find is the incredible number of bots needed to run a nice server. That’s why I embarked on the adventure, took my courage with both hands and went to learn Discord management in Python. One thing led to another, my bot has experienced many things, and has greatly improved. Today I try to do it as complete as possible, so that in an absolute ideal we only need one bot for an entire server.
I know that the result is still far off, but I’m already proud to present a bot that does a lot of moderation, diverse and varied information searches, a lot of fun, a levels system based on your activity, roles rewards and roles reactions, a rss feed tracking (Twitter, YouTube and others), and even a Discord emojis management (renaming or privatization for some roles) ! And I try, to a certain extent, to make the bot available in several languages. Currently I only have time to deal with English, French and Finish, but if you want to help me, don’t hesitate to ask! The bot also has a very high modularity, many options are modifiable!
I still have a long way to go, so I am constantly making new updates. I plan in the relatively near future a better rss management, as well as more mini games and a dashboard. I hope to get there soon!
It is strongly recommended to come to the support server to follow the news, report bugs, or vote for future additions.
You can find the list of every command with the !help command, but please note that you will see only commandds that you are allowed to run. For a complete list of every command, check the documentation, or type !help followed by the command name.
The !about command will send some useful links, like the documentation or an invite for the support server. You may also have support directly by DMing the bot itself.