syntax
!verify
description
If you donated and wish to activate the premium features, use this command.
The bot will DM you and ask for the code that you were sent to your paypal connected e-mail address.
syntax
!reminder
description
The bot will send you a message with further instructions on how to enable or disable personal reminders.
syntax
!customemotes [#] [keyword] [emote] [emote]

Keywords: set, show, remove, title
examples
!customemotes 1 set :Rogue: :Mage: :Priest:
!customemotes 1 show
!customemotes 1 title :Onyxia:
description
Set up to 20 emotes to the custom templates numbered 1-3. This step is necessary before you attempt to create a custom template event. Standard discord emojis are not accepted, the emotes have to be uploaded by a user and the bot has to be in the server where those emotes are uploaded. With the title keyword you can set 1 emote that will show on the template list at the end of the creation instead of the default "Custom Template #" text.
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server
syntax
!customroles [#] set [emote] [emote] -- [emote] [emote] -- ..
examples
!customroles 1 set :dps: :rogue: -- :healer: :priest:
description
This command defines the roles of the event that you see below the date/time and above the classes. It is a counter to keep track of the classes in a role. Each of the sections', separated by "--", first emote is the one representing the role and its name. This is the one that will be displayed on the event. The following emotes of the section will be considered classes of that role and counted as such. Theres a maxiumum of 3 roles, so 3 sections each divided by "--".
Example picture
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server
syntax
!createevent recurring [#]
example
!createevent recurring 7
description
Initiates the recurring event creation. The # is the interval in days at which the recurring event will be posted. 7 means the event will be posted once every 7 days, starting from the point of creation unless edited. Recurrences are limited to 5 per channel and 10 per server.
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server, Manager Role
syntax
!recurring [keyword] [recurrenceID]

Keywords: show, delete
examples
!recurring show
!recurring delete 508..
description
You can find the recurrence ID by doing the !recurring show command. Use the ID shown on the recurrence that you want to delete with the !recurring delete command.
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server, Manager Role
syntax
!editrecurring [channelID]
examples
!editrecurring
!editrecurring 508..
!editrecurring 508..-3
!editrecurring 3
description
Edits the recurring event in the specified channel. If no channelId is provided, the current channels first recurring event will be edited. You can also enter the full channelid+suffix (visible in !recurring show) to address a specific recurrence.
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server, Manager Role
syntax
!mirrorevent [msgID] [serverkey]
examples
!mirrorevent 749423459959963709 pw123
description
Creates a new event that mirrors the provided one. If used on a different server, the serverkey of the source server is required. The serverkey can be set by an admin with !serverkey [serverkey].
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server, Manager Role
syntax
!setloggingchannel [channelName]
example
!setloggingchannel bot-log
!setloggingchannel none
description
Activates logging and sets the channel to which the bot will post the logging feed. Requires the server to have premium. This feature will also DM members that were added or removed from an event by a manager. To disable the logging channel, put "none" as the argument.
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server
syntax
!setarchivechannel [channelName]
!setarchivetime #
example
!setarchivechannel archive
!setarchivechannel none
!setarchivetime 12
description
Set an archive channel. If an archive channel is set, all finished events will be moved to it 24 hours after they have ended. To disable the archive channel, put "none" as the argument. To change the archive time use the !setarchivetime command.
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server
syntax
!setSyncing true/false
example
!setsyncing true
description
Enabling this setting will enable the removing of reactions after a successfull Sign-Up aswell as syncing any reactions that may have been applied at a moment the bot was offline, the API was unresponsive or the bot did not have access to see the channel. The syncing will be done each time a reaction is pressed on the event.
permissions
Administrator, Manage Server
example
!customemotes set 1 592438128057253898 663649500065300484
description
You can either upload these emotes to use them with the custom template or you can use the emote id (filenames).
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