This post passes over what commands are available to the userbase so that you, the user, know what you can do with our bots. They are listed in order of utility for the user, and each command provides a little explanation.
The proposition command randomly selects a proposition from our motion bank and sends it in the text channel as an embed.
The test command initiates the citizenship test. Users will have to correctly answer multiple-choice questions about the server rules in order to gain the Citizen role.
The leaders command displays the top ten leaderboard for bømping stats in the server.
The score command displays an individual user’s bømps. This can take any user’s userID as an argument to display the number of bømps by that user.
The lock command sets a user’s lounge as being private, which bars other users from entering the lounge. The locked lounge can be made public with the unlock command.
The unlock command sets a user’s private lounge as being public, which reopens entry for other users to the lounge.
The invite command ensures that the user specified in the argument by their userID can enter the lounge even when it is made private.
!kick [userID1] [userID2] . . .
The kick command ejects the specified user(s) from the lounge and restricts their access to the lounge unless reinvited by using the invite command.
!rename-tc "New Text Channel Name"
The rename-tc command renamed the text channel tethered to the voice channel in the lounge to the name specified within the quotation marks.
!rename-vc "New Text Channel Name"
The rename-vc command renamed the voice channel in the lounge to the name specified within the quotation marks.
The topic command when used with any non-user variable will set the variable as your topic in the room and make you vote for your own topic.
The topic command when used with a user variable will vote for the identified users topic. This allows you to vote for which room topic you prefer.
$text-topic [topictext or userID/username/mention]
The text topic command functions just like the topic command, but does not unmute users, instead letting the debaters of a topic type in the thread created for the topic.
The current topiccommand lets you see a users topic if they set one, regardless of which topic is the current room topic
The for command sets your stance on the topic to for. You use this command when you are for the proposition that is the current room topic.
The against command sets your stance on the topic to against. You use this command when you are against the proposition that is the current room topic.
The debate command requires you to have already taken a stance on the room topic, and will upon use make you a debater on the topic. If it is a regular topic this step will unmute you. If it is a text debate it will make it so your messages in the topic thread are no longer automatically deleted.
The debate for command sets your stance on the room topic to for and makes you a debater at the same time.
The debate against command sets your stance on the room topic to against and makes you a debater at the same time.
The conclude command casts your vote to conclude the currently active debate. Only the calls to conclude the debate from people who have taken stances on the room topic are counted. Once 50% of the room has decided to conclude the debate.
The elo command shows you the elo of the person specified. Not including a variable will show your own elo.
The leaderboard command displays who is in the top 10 elo scores and their scores.