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Commands


Overview

{warning} Before being able to use any commands right after adding the bot to your server you'll need to use the !config command to change your settings.

Click on the command (eg. !settings) to go to the full explanation of the command.

Commands Explanation Arguments Commandaliases
!config Get or set the settings of the bot in your Discord server. This is required to be used before the bot can work at all. You can set your region (eu or na) and gamemode (pvp or pve) multiple !setting, !configs, !config
!help Return a link to the documentation page for the current bot version none !cmdlist, !commands, !bot, !info
!version Returns the current version of the Discord bot and the most recent changes (update log) none !v
!ask Everything typed after this command will be sent to the bot developer, you can use this to ask question, give feedback, suggestions and more any !feedback, !contact, !question
!purge Remove the most recent 100 messages from the channel this command was used in none !clean, !clear
!map Show a visual representation of the current players on the full map of the server. A color indication shows what servers are busy none !world
!stats Show a visual representation of the amount of players on the coordinate of your choice over the past 24 hours. <COORDINATE> !chart
!players Show a list of the current (steam) usernames and the playtime of the people on the coordinate of your choice. <COORDINATE> !player
!pop Show a list of the players on the coordinate of your choice and the players of all 8 coordinates around that. <COORDINATE> !population
!grid Very similar to the !pop command but represented in a 3x3 table <COORDINATE> none
!find Search for a specific (steam) username on the whole server. This returns a list (if the player was found) of the 5 most recent locations this player was spotted in. <STEAMUSERNAME> !search, !whereis
!alert Adding an alert to a coordinate. When a boat (more than 2 players from the same location at the same time) enters this coordinate the bot will post a message with information in the channel this command was used in. <COORDINATE> !prox, !proximity
!unalert Remove an active alert from a coordinate in your Discord server. <COORDINATE> !unprox, !unproximity
!unalertall Remove all active alerts from your Discord server. none !unproxall, !unproximityall
!track Add a (steam) username to the tracking list. Every time we see that username change coordinates we'll post a message in the channel this command was used in. <STEAMUSERNAME> !stalk, !follow
!untrack Remove a player from the active tracking list of your Discord server. &lt;STEAMUSERNAME&gt; !unstalk, !unfollow
!untrackall Remove all players from the active tracking list of your Discord server. none !unstalkall, !unfollowall
!findboat When the !alert command posts a message it will also give you a boat ID. Using this boat ID you can find out the current locations of all players that were spotted on that boat. This is useful to see if the boat is still around or where it moved too. <BOATID> !searchboat, !whereisboat

!config

Completed

{primary} This command requires you to have ADMINISTRATOR privileges on the server / channel used.

Explanation

Use this command without arguments to get a list of all current settings the bot has stored for your server. When used in combination with a single parameter it will return the current value of that setting for your server. When used in combination with both a parameter and a value it will set that parameter to the given value.

Example

!config region eu

!config gamemode pvp

Example output

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!help

Undergoing changes
Explanation

Using this command will return a link directly to the documentation page (where you are right now).

Example input

!help

Example output

PLACEHOLDER

!version

Completed
Explanation

This command will return the current version the bot is running on, including the most recent changes the bot had. If you want to stay up-to-date on all changes you can join our Discord server

Example input

!version

Example output

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!ask

Completed
Explanation

Use this command if you want to ask a question, send feedback or give suggestions to the developer of the bot. You can also alway get into touch with the developer by joining our Discord server

Example input

!ask What is the meaning of life?

Example output

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!purge

Completed

{primary} This command requires you to have ADMINISTRATOR or MANAGE_MESSAGES privileges on the server / channel used and the bot to have MANAGE_MESSAGES privileges.

Explanation

Use this command at your own risk. Using this command will remove the 100 most recent messages from the channel it's being used in. This will not work without the correct permissions

Example input

!purge

Example output

none

!map

Completed

{primary} This command requires the bot to have ATTACH_FILES privileges on the server / channel.

Explanation

Returns an image with the current map of the region you're playing in. Colors will indicate what servers are the most or least busy.

Example input

!map

Example output

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!stats

Undergoing changes

{primary} This command requires the bot to have ATTACH_FILES privileges on the server / channel.

Explanation

Get a statistical line graph overview of the players in given coordinate in the past 24 hours.

Example input

!stats A9

Example output

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!players

Completed
Explanation

Get a list of the current players on a certain coordinate

Example input

!players A9

Example output

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!pop

Completed
Explanation

Get a list of the number of players on the server on the chosen coordinate and all 8 coordinates around that coordinate, this includes a direction indicator.

Example input

!pop A9

Example output

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!grid

Completed
Explanation

Very similar to the !pop command but shows the data in a 3x3 grid.

Example input

!pop A9

Example output

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!find

Completed
Explanation

Find a player (steamname only) in your region and their 5 most recent locations.

Example input

!find iShot

Example output

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!alert

Completed
Explanation

Adding an alert to a coordinate. When a boat (more than 2 players from the same location at the same time) enters this coordinate the bot will post a message with information in the channel this command was used in.

Example input

!alert C4

Example output

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When a ship enters the coordinate you're alerting on:

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!unalert

Completed
Explanation

Remove a coordinate from the alert list of your Discord server.

Example input

!unalert C4

Example output

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!unalertall

Completed

{primary} This command requires you to have ADMINISTRATOR or MANAGE_MESSAGES privileges on the server used.

Explanation

Remove all coordinates from the alert list of your Discord server.

Example input

!unalertall

Example output

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!track

Completed
Explanation

Add a (steam) username to the tracking list. Every time we see that username change coordinates we'll post a message in the channel this command was used in.

Example input

!track 120 THISKK

The 120 in this example is the amount of minutes you want to track the user for

Example output

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When a player moves servers / coordinates:

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!untrack

Completed
Explanation

Remove a player from the list of players that are being tracked by your Discord server.

Example input

!untrack iShot

Example output

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!untrackall

Completed

{primary} This command requires you to have ADMINISTRATOR or MANAGE_MESSAGES privileges on the server used.

Explanation

Remove all players from the list of players that are being tracked by your Discord server.

Example input

!untrackall

Example output

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!findboat

Completed
Explanation

When the !alert command posts a message it will also give you a boat ID. Using this boat ID you can find out the current locations of all players that were spotted on that boat. This is useful to see if the boat is still around or where it moved too.

This command can only be used on the boatIDs that have been tracked by your server. If you use an ID that was not tracked by your own server it'll not be able to find the boat.

Read the example of the !alert command to see how to get the boat ID.

Example input

!findboat 2907

Example output

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