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Moderation Commands
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Moderation Commands

We assume you are using the ? prefix. Input will be denoted as [input] and multi-choice inputs will be written as [input1/input2], respectively.

Used Roles in these commands:
Moderator - High level role, above Administrator. These users should be able to access multiple server settings.

Administrator - Lower level role. Cleans up chat and has mute and purge abilities.

Simple Commands

  • ?admin [user] Gives the Administrator role to a specified user.

    • Requires the command user to have the Moderator role
  • ?cmdtog [user] Toggles the ability to use commands for a specified user.

    • Requires the command user to have the Administrator or Moderator role
  • ?dm [user] [message] Sends a direct message to the specified user.

    • Requires the Administrator or Moderator role
  • ?permamute [user] Mutes the specified user forever, even if they leave the server and return.

    • Requires the Administrator or Moderator role.
  • ?demote [user] [role] Removes the specified role from the specified user.

    • Requires the Administrator or Moderator role.
  • ?promote [user] [role] Adds the specifiied role to the specified user.

    • Requires the Administrator or Moderator role.

We're still adding commands! Check back soon!

Server Users going too crazy? Here are some Moderation Command Groups to add to your server! Guides will be added in soon!

Guide created by TheRoboticon

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