Kick the input user from the server.
Ban the input user from the server.
$$ban user id
Ban the input user id from the server, even if they are not in the server.
$$purge # of messages [user]
Remove # of messages from the current channel. If a user is specified, only that user's messages will be deleted.
Set the bot's prefix to the input prefix. Limited to 5 characters.
$$accept setrole role
Set the role that is automatically given to users when they join. They will have to $$accept the rules in order to remove it.
Usually, you will explain how to accept the rules in your designated rules channel. (Ex. "Type $$accept to gain access to the rest of the channels!") The user will then type the command in your welcome channel to remove the role. This command assumes you have set up your channel permissions correctly.
$$accept setmode remove/add
Set the mode of the accept, whether it should add or remove the accept role when a user accepts the rules.
View the AutoBan system settings for the server.
AutoBan conditions with Notify set to true will NOT autoban matching users, and will instead send a notification to the set notification channel, as seen below.
$$autoban setnotify channel [role]
Sets the channel where AutoBan conditions marked as notify will be sent. If a role is set, the role will be mentioned as well.
$$autoban add condition [match full name] [match case] [notify]
Adds a new condition to the AutoBan system. The 3 remaining parameters are other settings that should be provided as true or false. By default, notify is true.
$$autoban remove condition
Removes a condition from the AutoBan system.
$$autoban toggle condition full/case/notify
Toggles a condition's individual settings between true and false.