18 discord bots

18 discord bots DEFAULT

AcroNoid

AcroNoid BOT is a discord bot which is made with Discord.js V12 and hosted on heruko with unlimited hosting time.And bot restart every 12 hours so that it can give users a fresh and faster bot with minimum ping.

FEATURES

MODERATION
INFO
ANIME
CHATBOT
FUN
IMAGE
MUSIC
FILTERS
AND SOME OTHER COMMANDS

AcroNoid’s Prefix Is

For Help Related To A Particular Command Type -
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Moderation [21] - <br>
kick, votekick, ban, mute, unmute, warn, warns, resetwarns, avatar, addrole, removerole, clear, lock, unlock, addemoji, setwelchannel, rules1, rules2, rules3, rules4, rules<hr>
Info [4] - <br>
help, info, invite, uptime <hr>
Economy [10] - <br>
addmoney, bal, daily, dep, fish, pay, roulette, slots, withdraw, work <hr>
Anime [7] - <br>
anime, hug, neko, pat, waifu, wink <hr>
Chatbot [3] - <br>
chatbot, disableChatbotchannel, setChatbotchannel <hr>
Fun [13] - <br>
binary, clyde, comment, eject, emojify, github, iq, npm, osu, ping, reddit, weather, zalgo <hr>
Image [6] - <br>
fire, respect, rip, scary, trash, triggered <hr>
Music [13] - <br>
clear-queue, filter, filters, loop, np, pause, lyrics, play, queue, resume, shuffle, skip stop, volume <hr>
Filters [18] - <br>
Bassboost, Vaporwave, Phaser, Vibrato, Treble, Surrounding, Subboost, Flanger, Haas, 8D, Nightcore, Tremolo Reverse, Normalizer, Pulsator, Karaoke, Gate, Mcompand <hr>
Other [6] - <br>
avatar, profile, serverinfo, snipe, urban, wiki, addemoji <hr>

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Welcome to Bots on Discord!

Find the Discord bot you're looking for with our search tools, or take a look at what's popular in the sections below.

Or check out bots with these popular tags:

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MEE6

Rating: 78%

Invites: 1,934

Tags: 7

MEE6 is a Discord bot looking to bring great new features to your Discord server!

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Dyno

Rating: 70%

Invites: 558

Tags: 5

A fully customizable server moderation Discord bot for your Discord server that features a simple and intuitive web dashboard. Server management just got a whole lot easier.

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Tatsu

Rating: 64%

Invites: 153

Tags: 11

The capable and helpful Tatsumaki: a Discord bot for XP & levels, moderation, more utilities, and fun stuff.

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Dank Memer

Rating: 86%

Invites: 1,083

Tags: 8

Dank Memer is packed full of memes, fun, and unique experiences! Whether you gamble, steal from your friends, check the latest hot memes, roast your friends, create your own memes, or use one of our other 300+ commands, come see why we're one of the fastest growing discord bots around!

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FredBoat♪♪

Rating: 93%

Invites: 2,811

Tags: 2

Super easy to use music bot for all your listening needs. Works with no configuration, and doesn't get in the way for when you need to limit access on a larger server. Supports YouTube, Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and so much more.

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ProBot ✨

Rating: 90%

Invites: 776

Tags: 5

Welcome images, voice/text levels per guild, global levels, logs, high quality music, moderation and many many more!

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DueUtil

Rating: 99%

Invites: 118

Tags: 6

Questing and fun Discord bot! Create a unique RPG experience on your server with your own quests and weapons! Customise your profile with over 7500 combinations! Level up, and rise to the top of the leaderboards!

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Ear Tensifier

Rating: 94%

Invites: 689

Tags: 4

Ear Tensifier is a powerful music bot that has earrape, bassboost and volume filters. The bot can play from SoundCloud, Youtube, Spotify and bandcamp.

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Erisly

Rating: 97%

Invites: 2,349

Tags: 11

Hiya! My name is Erisly, your friendly neighbourhood goddess! I use my powers and talents to play as a "Discord Bot", where I provide you some quality features and commands for your Discord Server! My features include NSFW commands, a global economy and idle game, cleverbot, various Discord lookup commands for members, invites and servers, lookup commands for Minecraft and Overwatch, GIF searching, various meme generators, and so much more! I also know multiple languages, support customizable prefixes for every server, and don't lock any commands or features behind upvotes or donations!

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Twitter Bot

Rating: 95%

Invites: 61

Tags: 3

Any message you send in the #twitter channel will be converted into a fake tweet. After sending the fake tweet, Twitter Bot will react with a retweet and heart icon. Server members can react using these icons to retweet or like a tweet. This bot will create engaging arguments between members on your server. Great use cases for this bot include political, simulation and even casual servers.

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Virtual Diner

Rating: 78%

Invites: 25

Tags: 4

A role play for fast food. Order fast food through Discord and get your order within minutes!

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BattleBanana

Rating: 98%

Invites: 40

Tags: 7

BattleBanana is by no means a useful bot, but it does try to be a fun bot! BattleBanana adds RPG/roleplaying like elements to your server. Server admins can create quests and weapons to use on your server.

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Ear Tensifier

Rating: 94%

Invites: 689

Tags: 4

Ear Tensifier is a powerful music bot that has earrape, bassboost and volume filters. The bot can play from SoundCloud, Youtube, Spotify and bandcamp.

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Rythm

Rating: 92%

Invites: 3,071

Tags: 3

Rythm plays music in your server

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FredBoat♪♪

Rating: 93%

Invites: 2,811

Tags: 2

Does about anything you would expect from a music bot. For a list of music-specific commands run the `;;commands music` command.

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Sx Bot

Rating: 96%

Invites: 650

Tags: 14

Search for your favorite songs on Spotify. Check what songs your friends are listening to! Sx bot will automatically give a "Listening to Spotify" role when listening to Spotify!

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Mirai

Rating: 92%

Invites: 641

Tags: 10

Mirai has a Work-in-Progress music plugin that allows you to play music from almost every source in high quality. Additionally, with Mirai Bot Pro you can control volume and play music nonstop.

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MagiBot

Rating: 80%

Invites: 9

Tags: 6

queue with automatic (un)muting for karaoke and similar events

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SafeSpace

Rating: 50%

Invites: 0

Tags: 4

Keep hate speech OUT of your server (and everyone else's server, too!)

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Futaba

Rating: None

Invites: 0

Tags: 1

This is a bot that keeps track of images in configured channels and lets you know when a duplicate is posted. Useful on servers with image posting channels such as wallpapers. When a duplicate is detected, a ♻ reaction is made on the message and if configured, a detailed embed is made on log channel.

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Christmas Radio

Rating: 33%

Invites: 2

Tags: 2

Play top christmas hits in your guild 24/7 and also view how many days there are left until Christmas Day!

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Sx4

Rating: 80%

Invites: 4

Tags: 4

Sx4 is a multipurpose bot aimed to help you in as many ways possible, with in depth features such as: Welcomer, Leaver, Economy, Moderation, Logging, Giveaway, Reaction Roles, Self Roles, Auto Role, Starboard, YouTube Notifications and more.

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Smithy Bot

Rating: None

Invites: 1

Tags: 1

A bot allowing you to build and customize weapons using a variety of materials.

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Hubs Bot (beta)

Rating: None

Invites: 0

Tags: 1

The Hubs bot lets you create a 3D virtual room to meet up with your community. Watch videos, play with 3D objects, or just hang out. Create custom avatars or 3D scenes, right in your browser. VR support included! Visit tryhubs.com to take it for a spin. Full docs: https://bit.ly/2wDOnFC

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DueUtil

Rating: 99%

Invites: 118

Tags: 6

Allows server admins to create custom items & monsters to fit a certain theme (e.g. Pokemon, Anime, etc)

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Erisly

Rating: 97%

Invites: 2,349

Tags: 11

I have a cleverbot that you can use to chat and roleplay with! You can talk to it using "@Erisly hello" or ">chat hello"

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Twitter Bot

Rating: 95%

Invites: 61

Tags: 3

This is the perfect bot for political simulations.

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Virtual Diner

Rating: 78%

Invites: 25

Tags: 4

Discord Fast Food strives to be as realistic as possible by delivering your orders straight to your door (aka server). We try to make your experience as real as possible.

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BattleBanana

Rating: 98%

Invites: 40

Tags: 7

Roleplay into every character you want! An anime character, a mage, a warrior or a viking. The choice is YOURS!

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Sx Bot

Rating: 96%

Invites: 650

Tags: 14

Play 8 Ball or use to the Ask command to make your chat interactions fun! Ask away your favorite questions and humiliate your friends!

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Erisly

Rating: 97%

Invites: 2,349

Tags: 11

I have an anime styled design and the ability to post anime images from various anime boorus using the ">booru" command.

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Sx Bot

Rating: 96%

Invites: 650

Tags: 14

Waifu, Nekos, Gifs, Wallpapers, and more!

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Mirai

Rating: 92%

Invites: 641

Tags: 10

Mirai has commands for getting info about anime, written media, and characters. These commands are designed to always return the result you want. Mirai also features airing notifications so you can keep up with all the anime you watch.

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Waifu

Rating: 96%

Invites: 933

Tags: 6

Lookup your favourite anime/manga series or view the top 10 trending ones including a random command. Set your favourite waifu on your profile or link an osu/mal account for details.

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Mantaro

Rating: 88%

Invites: 93

Tags: 10

Anime and Character lookup, anime guessing games and pokemon games.

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Ayana

Rating: 83%

Invites: 498

Tags: 4

Clearly weeb bot.

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If you want to enhance your user experience and members on your server, have a look at the below 18 Best Discord Bots for better collaboration. These will help you get your audience more engaged, have fun, and not feel bored! The best advantage of Discord is that you can add any bots for the best experience in gaming.

Bots are simple programs that enhance all of the functionalities of a server that you already have created. These bots help you manage your server in a whole different way while providing you with some of the extra features or add-ons too.

If you are unaware of the Discord Server, then the first thing that I am going to do is give a brief description of it. Discord is a freeware Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and digital distribution platform application which is designed for the video gaming communities. It is a perfect and intuitive platform that has been embraced by gamers all over the globe; the best thing about this software is its customizable and robust nature.

Best Discord Bots for 2021 - Make your Discord Server Great

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18 Best Discord Bots For your Server in 2021

As I have mentioned before that there are different bots for different purposes. Each bot has its features or working. Discord has excellent support for bots and a broad API on its platform. Due to this, there are thousands of bots that you can use to make your Server look Professional for gamers. We recommend you read our tutorial on how to add bots to your discord server first.

Here is the list of some Discord Bots which I found helpful, fun and entertaining:

Dyno Bot

Dyno Bot

This single bot consists of a whole pack in which there are tons of commands. These commands are the abilities to kick, ban and mute users from the chat itself. The most important and useful feature in this pack is “Softban.” This feature or command is used to ban and then unban any user to delete all of his/her messages.

GAwesome Bot

GAwesome Bot

GAwesome is also a multipurpose bot available in the Discord Server. GAwesome is a powerful and highly customizable bot. It doesn’t only just give you perfect moderation in chats, but it also gives you a ton of interesting or fun features.

You can use it to increase the user activity for the users available on your Server. This particular bot can be used for the award, kick or ban member ranks. The other functions that this bot can do are Giveaways, Generate sick memes, Conduct Pols and much more.

Mee6 Bot

This Bot does many things other than just modification or moderation. This particular bot has a very useful and automatic auto moderator and spam filter. You can enable this feature from the “Moderators” section which is available in their online dashboard. From that dashboard, you can turn on or off things such as emoji spam, external links, mass mentions, and annoying caps.

Tatsumaki Bot

Tatsumaki Bot

Tatsumaki is an adequate Bot that is mostly used by different online game players or streamers. This Bot offers you a ton of commands which can be used for different moderations such as Notifications, Setting Welcome Messages and many other features. It cannot only be used with the discord, but it also allows you to change the settings of the bots from the dashboard which is dedicated.

Gaius Bot

Gaius Bot

This bot is a bit complicated than the other bots which I have mentioned in the list, but still, it is the most powerful. The one most useful feature in this bot is the Server-wide slow mode. It just works like the quiet mode which is available in another bot named Twitch. With the help of Gaius Bot, you can also create some custom Filtered auto moderators.

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MeMezBot

MeMezBot

I know that you understand what memes are? If your answer is a big NO! You should know that the memes are those images that consist of some jokes which can make you laugh. To always keep you laughing Discord has added this funny bot just for you. With the help of MemezBot, you can share some best quality memes with different users available on your Discord server.

Twitch Bot

This bot consists of many features of the twitch Integration bot. This bot offers you to set Browser twitch, view stats, set notifications for streamers or users and also allows you to listen to the streams in Discord voice chat.

SEE ALSO:How to Keep your Children Safe Online (Safety Guide).

Zandercraft Bot

This is personally one of the best bots which I have used, and I used this bot in my Discord server for a pretty while. This bot consists of different features and functions such as Productivity gifs and an entire package of the significance chat. One of the best features of this bot is that it can play Hi-Fi Music and Extra HD (XHD) music.

Medal Bot

This bot comes with the offers with the integration of medal.tv which is a site that is used for sharing the game clips. You can use this fantastic Bot to share your gaming clips to the Discord Server directly.

GameStats Bot

The name of this bot describes its working and features which are embedded inside it. You can use this particular bot to set a profile in which you can share all of your gaming stats along with the gaming aliases with friends. With this bot, you can see your stats from various games such as Rust, Paragon, Xbox Live including PUBG.

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Patreon Bot

Patreon is a website that owns a bot that allows you to give out roles to your patron automatically. You can add this Bot from the settings which are available on this site by just merely clicking “Connect to Discord.”

Typical Bot

This fantastic bot is Ironically-named because of its power and ease of usability. This bot provides you with all of the necessary tools which you can use to perform several moderations such as Music streaming from YouTube, playing mini-games along with music and much more.

Equalizer Bot

This particular bot has more than 260 useful commands. The equalizer can perform server configuration, sending random memes, temporary voice channels, image effects, and many other fun features.

Trivia Bot

This Bot is also known as the IQ bot because of its unique game which consists of 24 categories and more than 3000 questions that are asked to test your IQ or Knowledge. The 24 groups are about television, sports, science, nature, and film.

Translator Bot

The Translator Bot is a handy bot when you have players or users from different countries. As they speak different languages than this bot can easily understand their message and translate it for you in any language you want.

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RuneInfo Bot

This bot allows you to play a trendy game on your Discord server named RuneScape. Well, it is a sort of surprise that how you can play a fantasy game inside a client which is used for messaging, but still, it is possible. This bot gives you 113 sets of commands to play the game with other users.

Donate Bot

You can guess the use of this bot by simply reading its name. This simple bot is used for receiving payments from the other users or players available in your server. The payment will directly be transferred into your PayPal account. This bot is perfect for receiving the payments through which you can make money from gaming.

GuildedBot

The last bot which is available in our list is a bot for the team gamer which is named “GuildedBot.” This bot is specifically designed for the team players who play games called: PUBG, DOTA or Warcraft. This bot helps you recruit new players into your team, complete missions together and for improved your abilities. You can manage the activities of your team with the dashboard of GuildedBot which is entirely accessible in your Discord server.

LENOXBOT

This is another bot recommend by our visitors. It is intended for players that like listening to music while they are playing games. It has been proven to improve the productivity of the players and also increase activity on the servers as many people like lit.

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What are your Favorite Discord Bots?

In today’s guide, we discussed the Best Discord Bots available for Discord Servers in 2021. In the start, I gave you a brief introduction to the Discord Server for the newbie user of Discord. Then after that, I told you about the Discord Bots and their functionalities. After that, I gave you a list of Discord Bots that are popular nowadays and especially for the multiplayer gamers who play PUBG and Fortnite, etc. According to Discord, they have a similar list showing the top bots.

After that, I explained each bot and gave you all of the information of their features which I was able to gather. I also told you about some bots which I used in my Discord Server. Before I end this guide, I would like to give you quick information that each bot has its abilities and features. You can add and use any of the Bots which I mentioned in the list above. Happy Gaming!

Let us know below in the comments if you have any other discord bots for 2021 to add.

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Best Discord Bots

It is near impossible if you are unaware of the Discord. Well, we’ll give you the benefit of the doubt, and let you know that Discord is one of the rising apps for discussions and chats among the gaming community. It allows you to add bots in your Discord server, keep reading to know more about the Discord as well the best Discord bots that are available now.

Discord is a handy and intuitive app that has gained popularity in no time just because of its demand at the right time and the customizability features it offers. One good thing that it allows is setting up your own server, and trust us; it is the highly customizable server you can ever get.

Now let’s talk about the real spotlight of the show, the bots! You can add bots to your server to enhance the functionalities of your server. These functionalities include better manageability of the server, as well as a fun add-on features to engage the members.

Best Discord Bots To Power Up Your Server

There are a ton of bots available on Discord that you can add to your server, but kid you not, they all have their own benefits. We have jotted down top 10 Discord bots that are a mix of bots that can Power Up your Server as well as some cool Discord bots as well:

Quick Intel:

There are 250+ million registered Discord users in the world.

1- Mee6

Discord users have a unanimous vote over the leading bot on the platform: Mee6, and we couldn’t agree more. This best discord bot offers several different features to help you be productive, automate administrative tasks, and handle users in your groups.

Mee6 bot image

Doesn’t it sound amazing? Here’s a list of some of the best features of Mee6:

  • Custom Commands: Who doesn’t love to automate every small thing? Commands exist for that reason. Why go through the trouble of doing something again and again when you can do it with a click? The Mee6 dashboard is home to your dreams. You can make custom commands to do anything from setting up roles, sending messages, or anything you’ve ever wanted.
  • Rewards and Leveling: If there’s one thing we (you can’t be one and still love this feature) gamers love, it’s the sense of owning something. A level, a reward, a tag, or just something which marks us superior. Well, well, this bot does that all. It allows you to rank up and gain XP (or experience) on the channel. Users get a rank card for being active in the community. Admins can see their ranking as well.

You can also assign them roles, access privileges, or other information based on their ranking in the community. Who doesn’t love showing off badges for the top of the leaderboard?

  • Clear-cut Moderation: The moderation system of Mee6 is perhaps the best one out there. You can avoid spam, ads, or unhealthy people for the community within seconds. Manually dealing with people is hectic yet again. Instead, set up rules to identify such people who are violating group rules and kick them out or set up penalties; the ball’s in your court (or Mee6’s if you set up automation!).
  • Social Media Alerts: Stop missing your favorite streamer from now on, as Mee6 allows you to set up alerts for your favorite channels. Be it on Twitch, YouTube, or perhaps a subreddit on Reddit, and you can stay up to date.
  • Messages: Users keep on joining the group. Are you tired of welcoming them personally? Let the bot handle it for you. With a simple message feature, you can send personalized messages, remind people of the rules, tips, and other information regularly.
  • Auto-Role: Not just messages, you can set up roles almost instantly for newly joining members. If there’s one thing Discord users love, its this feature.

2- GAwesome Bot

Yet another multipurpose bot, that just slipped a little margin on being the number one. This bot is famous for its high customizability and powerfulness.

What makes it so accessible? GAwesome is a bot that moderates the chat, along with providing amazing features to increase user activity on the server. It has some unique features as well, listed as follows:

  • It allows you to kick, ban or award members
  • It can be used to conduct giveaways, memes or polls
  • Reliable extension system that can show results from YouTube, Google and even Reddit
Image GAwesome Bot​

3- Pokécord Bot

We have all loved Pokemon in our childhood, but to be very honest, we are still attracted to Pikachu because of its cuteness. If that is the case with you, you’ll also love this bot.

Pokécord bot offers you to catch, train or fight while you can enjoy talking to your mates on Discord.

Image of Pokécord Bot​

You are wondering what actually happens? The Pokemon appears randomly in your server, and you just have to catch them, train them, compete them, or trade them! All this is possible with an installation away.

  • Catch your Pokemon as fast as possible then your friends and add it in your collection
  • Train them and level up them to battle with your friends. The fights will make you gain XP, and then you can use your credits to use in the shop
  • When it comes to catching Pokemon, there are no limits. Catch them as many as you can to make your collection!

4- Dynobot

Dynobot, one of the most popular bots of Discord for a feature. It is people’s first choice when adding a bot to the server. It has gained popularity in no time due to its intuitive and simple web dashboard.

The dashboard allows you to control many features that include auto-moderation, anti-spam moderation, music commands, role management, and many other endless features to count on tips.

Image of Dynobot​

Here is a precise list of some essential features of Dynobot:

  • Web Dashboard: Who doesn’t want configurations according to preferences in this century? Well, the makers of Dynobot have taken your needs into considerations. It comes with fully configurable (enable, disable, or set anything) and feature-rich dashboard to help you control everything.
  • Moderation: Yet another configurable feature of this bot is auto-moderation through time mutes, bans, and muted logs. Further, it also offers an anti-spam solution.
  • Music Bot: What more to ask for? Music! Yes, this discord bot got music covered for you as well. It contains numerous playlists, DJ roles, and much more.

5- Nightbot

If you want to entertain your viewers for quite some time, get the Nightbot. It is basically a chatbot with amazing features and moderation that automates your live stream’s chat for YouTube and Twitch.

The NightBot comes with tons of commands and auto-moderation tools that includes the following:

  • Blacklist/Blocklist for inappropriate words and phrases
  • Avoid spamming of excessive use of emotes, symbols, copypasta, or capital letters.

6- dabBot

Yet another music bot that can add value to your server. dabBot provides high-quality music from various sources. These sources include YouTube, Discord. Fm, SoundCloud, and UK Radio Stations.

Image of dabBot​

7- Tatsumaki

One of the most used and powerful bot Discord’s bot history, Tatsumaki, has made its way to servers in no time. Well, this isn’t any surprise because of the piles of features that it offers.

The key features of Tatsumaki Bot include:

  • Setting up welcome messages
  • Commands for moderation
  • Updating notifications
  • Incentive system that allows users to indulge in games and activities to earn XPs and levels, to keep the server active
Image of Tatsumaki​ discord bot

The Tatsumaki Bot is not only limited to Discord, but this can also be used in various other ways, as well. You can change the bot’s settings from the dedicated dashboard, as well. Furthermore, it allows you to surf/search the web and keep you up to date from RSS feeds and many more!

8- TriviaBot

As Discord is well known for the voice chats and discussions about the game, adding this Trivia Bot can add a little more entertainment.

This Trivia Bot offers a multiplayer trivia game, with over 3000 questions and 24 categories to choose from. These categories include television, film, sports, science, and nature.

Trivia Bot's Image

As it is obvious from the above description, this is a very simplistic bot with only three commands, which are as follows:

  • “Trivia help” to display all the commands
  • “Trivia start” to start playing the trivia game
  • “Trivia categories” to select your preferred category

9- GameStats

As it is obvious from the name, GameStats, it has something to do with gaming. This bot can be very handy for setting up the game profiles for aliases and help you manage and share game statistics among the friends.

It has support with a wide variety of games such as PUBG, Paragon, Rust, World of Worships, Xbox Live, and many more.

However, with all the good things, one thing that can be a little off is a different style of command. These commands can be a little difficult until you can get used to it, such as you can create a profile with “.gs profile” command. See, a little overwhelming?

Image of Gamestats

10- GuildedBot

This bot is an ultimate recommendation for gamers who play PUBG, Dota 2, or World of Warcraft. The GuildedBot helps in recruiting new players, complete missions, and improve abilities together. This bot comes with a dashboard through which you can control manage all your team activities, later the dashboard syncs information to the Discord server.

Picture of GuildedBot​

GuildedBot can be further used to post updates and server team enhancement by using some advanced recruiting, discussion, and scheduling tools. Here is a small list of games that are supported by GuildedBot, Dota 2, League of Legends, Call of Duty, WoW, PUBG, Minecraft, CS: GO, Destiny, and many more.

11- Serum

Have you ever got in interaction with Siri (like obviously, who hasn’t?) and loved it? Well, then you need this bot in your Discord server. The serum is like a Discord version of Siri.

However, this voice-activated bot has very limited commands. Even with the limitation, the upside of this bot is that you can activate those commands even while playing the game without minimizing the tray again and again. We are really hoping that they add some more commands, as this is the future of Discord!

You can start giving the commands “Hey Serum” and then say whatever your command is. As easy as it is!

Image of Serum for discord

12- Twitch

This is one of the Integration bots that connects the external links to your server. TwitchBot has many integration features such as,

  • Easy Access: You can easily retrieve the details and current stats of your favorite streamers. Further, you can also preview the stream.
  • Listen in Voice chat: You can listen to any Twitch live stream in your voice chat even while playing games.
  • Get Notifications: Don’t miss a chance when your favorite streamers go live. TwitchBot gives you in-app notifications with just a click away!
Image of Twitch's Logo

13- Medal

You must be aware of medal.tv, and this bot is related to that! Medal.tv is a game clip sharing site, and now it is offering support for the Discord as well.

They particularly made this bot to share the clip directly to and from the Discord automatically.

Medal discord

14- Patreon

This bot is supported by Patreon itself, hence the name. The Patreonbot is an integration bot that allows you to reward your patrons with special roles in the Discord.

Once the new patron joins, this bot will automatically invite them to the server and assign them roles depending on their reward.

The Patreon for discord

15- Pancake

Want music and server moderation both in one place? Pancake bot is all you can ask for. Pancake bot has enough commands to make your Discord as cool as possible.

Its music player enables you to load/request music from YouTube, SoundCloud, or Twitch. What it does is, joins your requested music with the voice channel and play on it.

Therefore, you don’t have to play music over your microphone now as this bot allows audio to be directly connected to source hence the better music quality without any noise distortion.

Pancake for discord

In addition to that, it comes with user-friendly features such as it makes a queue of songs, so you don’t have to keep switching or requesting songs after every track. You can also pause, play, or change the song with the given commands.

That is not the end of the functionality provided by Pancake. The addition of server-moderation toolboxes has cut down much of the administrative tasks of a server admin, which is always a painful task to do. Pancake allows you to set up roles at the very first moment a new user joins the server. It can help you avoid spam and other issues in the future. Not to mention, this is a great usage of Discords’ permission functionality.

Apart from that, the bot can really make the new users experience worthwhile. You can help deliver customized messages to each user and with a text channel of your choice.

Other features that Pancake Bot Includes are:

  • Deletion of messages in bulk in one click (this can be helpful in cleaning spam)
  • Easy large server management including timed mute and ban solution

16- Music Bot

Who doesn’t want some music while playing games or just surfing/chatting on Discord? And what better place to find music than YouTube, right? So, if you want some cool music to attract members on your server, play some dope music through Music Bot!

The Music Bot allows you to play YouTube videos in mp3 format on your Discord Server. It downloads the song selected from YouTube and plays after the track already playing. Further, it can also download videos as well!

music for discord

17- Mudae

This bot is a dream for anime lovers. Mudae offers over 20,000 anime game characters. You can claim and fight with those characters, as well as catch Pokemon and play multiplayer games.

Mudae is popular for generating waifu. However, other well-known feature includes Pokemon rocket casino.

Mudae​ Image

18- Dank Memer

As it is clear from the name, this bot has something to do with the memes. Yes, exactly! The Dank Memer Bot is a multipurpose and unique bot that offers everything that a typical bot can but with a little bit more entertaining oomph to it.

It has over 260 commands, including music, image manipulation, currency, and many other related commands. This bot knows no limits when it comes to handling everything that you may ask for your server!

This bot is equally annoying and entertaining.

Dank Memer​
Sours: https://www.neogamr.net/best-discord-bots/
We went UNDERCOVER on our 18+ DISCORD SERVER! (we did not expect this)

Discord (software)

Software for Internet communication

Discord is a VoIP, instant messaging and digital distribution platform. Users communicate with voice calls, video calls, text messaging, media and files in private chats or as part of communities called "servers".[note 1] Servers are a collection of persistent chat rooms and voice chat channels. Discord runs on Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, iPadOS, Linux, and in web browsers. As of 2021[update], the service has over 350 million registered users and over 150 million monthly active users.

History

The concept of Discord came from Jason Citron, who had founded OpenFeint, a social gaming platform for mobile games, and Stanislav Vishnevsky, who had founded Guildwork, another social gaming platform. Citron sold OpenFeint to GREE in 2011 for US$104 million,[9] which he used to found Hammer & Chisel, a game development studio, in 2012.[10] Their first product was Fates Forever, released in 2014, which Citron anticipated to be the first MOBA game on mobile platforms, but it did not become commercially successful.[11]

According to Citron, during the development process, he noticed how difficult it was for his team to work out tactics in games like Final Fantasy XIV and League of Legends using available voice over IP (VoIP) software. This led to the development of a chat service with a focus on user friendliness with minimal impact to performance.[11]

To develop Discord, Hammer & Chisel gained additional funding from YouWeb's 9+ incubator, which had also funded the startup of Hammer & Chisel, and from Benchmark capital and Tencent.[10][12]

Discord was publicly released in May 2015 under the domain name discordapp.com.[13] According to Citron, they made no specific moves to target any specific audience, but some gaming-related subreddits quickly began to switch their IRC links with Discord links.[14] Discord became widely used by esports and LAN tournament gamers. The company benefited from relationships with Twitch streamers and subreddit communities for Diablo and World of Warcraft.[15]

In January 2016, Discord raised an additional $20 million in funding including an investment from WarnerMedia (then TimeWarner).[16] In 2019, WarnerMedia Investment Group sold its share as it was shut down following AT&T's acquisition of WarnerMedia.[17][18]

Microsoft announced in April 2018 that it will provide Discord support for Xbox Live users, allowing them to link their Discord and Xbox Live accounts so that they can connect with their Xbox Live friends list through Discord.[19]

In December 2018, the company announced it raised $150 million in funding at a $2 billion valuation. The round was led by Greenoaks Capital with participation from Firstmark, Tencent, IVP, Index Ventures and Technology Opportunity Partners.[20]

In March 2020, Discord changed its motto from "Chat for Gamers" to "Chat for Communities and Friends", and introduced server templates. This was part of their response to an increase in users as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.[21][22]

In April 2020, Discord's Twitter username was changed from @discordapp to @discord.[23] Later in May 2020, Discord changed its primary domain from discordapp.com to discord.com.[24]

Starting in June 2020, Discord announced it was shifting focus away from video gaming specifically to a more all-purpose communication and chat client for all functions, revealing its new slogan "Your place to talk" and a revised website. Among other planned changes would be to reduce the number of gaming in-jokes it uses within the client, improving the user onboarding experience, and increasing server capacity and reliability. The company announced it had received an additional $100 million in investments to help with these changes.[25]

In March 2021, Discord announced it had hired its first finance chief, former head of finance for Pinterest Tomasz Marcinkowski. An inside source called this one of the first steps for the company towards a potential initial public offering, though co-founder and CEO Jason Citron had stated earlier in the month he was not thinking about taking the company public. Discord doubled its monthly user base to about 140 million in 2020.[26] The same month, Bloomberg News and The Wall Street Journal reported that several companies were looking to purchase Discord, with Microsoft named as the likely lead buyer at a value estimated at $10 billion.[27][28] However, they ended talks with Microsoft, opting to stay independent.[29] Instead, Discord launched another round of investment in April 2021.[30] Among those investing into the company was Sony Interactive Entertainment; the company stated that it intended to integrate a portion of Discord's services into the PlayStation Network by 2022.[31][32]

The old Discord wordmark (2015–2021)

In May 2021, Discord rebranded its game controller-shaped logo "Clyde" in celebration of its sixth anniversary.[33] The company also changed the color palette of its branding and user interfaces to a much more saturated one to be more "bold and playful", and changed its slogan from "your place to talk" to "imagine a place", believing that it would be easier to attach to additional taglines; these changes were met with backlash and criticism from Discord users.[34]

Discord acquired Sentropy, a company that specialized in using artificial intelligence systems to monitor online networks for abusive messages to highlight problematic users, and provide recommendations to users for the means to block such messages or users, in July 2021. With the acquisition, Sentropy's tools will be used exclusively for monitoring Discord servers to help with Discord's goals to prevent harassment of users.[35]

Ahead of a new funding round in August 2021, Discord had reported $130 million in 2020 revenues, triple from the prior year, and had an estimated valuation of $15 billion. According to Citron, the increased valuation was due to the shift away from "broadcast wide-open social media communication services to more small, intimate places", as well as increased usage from the COVID-19 pandemic, and capturing users that have left Facebook and other platforms due to privacy concerns.[36] Citron states that they are still in talks with several potential buyers including all major gaming console manufacturers.[36] From this, the company secured an addition $500 million in further investments in September 2021.[37]

In September 2021, Google sent cease and desist notices to the developers of two of the most popular music bots used on Discord - Groovy and Rythm, which were installed on an estimated 36 million servers combined.[38] These bots allowed users to request and play songs ad-free from YouTube. Two weeks later, Discord partnered with YouTube to test a "Watch Together" feature, which allows Discord users to watch YouTube videos together.[39]

Features

Discord is built to create and manage private and public communities. It gives users access to tools focused around communication services like voice and video calls, persistent chat rooms, and integrations with other gamer-focused services along with the general ability to send direct messages and create personal groups.[40] Although Discord services may initially seem directed only towards gamers, in recent years several new updates have made it more useful for the general population.[citation needed]

Servers

Discord communities are organized into discrete collections of channels called servers. Servers are referred to as "guilds" in the developer documentation.[41] Users can create servers for free, manage their public visibility and create both channels and channel categories up to 250.[40][note 2] Any given server can have up to 800,000 members, as discovered when the official Discord server for the video game Genshin Impact reached maximum capacity.[42]

Starting October 2017, Discord allows game developers and publishers to verify their servers. Verified servers, like verified accounts on social media sites, have badges to mark them as official communities. A verified server is moderated by its developer's or publisher's own moderation team. Verification was later extended in February 2018 to include esports teams and musical artists.[43][44][45]

By the end of 2017, about 450 servers were verified.[46]

Members can help servers obtain perks in 3 levels via the "Server Boost" feature, which unlocks higher quality voice channels, more emoji slots, and other perks. Users can buy boosts for servers for $4.99 a month. "Discord Nitro" subscribers get two boosts included in the price of Nitro, and 30% off for all other boosts.[47]

In 2020, Discord unveiled a new feature, known as "Community servers".[48] It includes such features like a custom welcome screen, server insights, and the ability to advertise on Discord's Server Discovery page.[48]

Channels

Channels may be either used for voice chat and streaming or for instant messaging and file sharing. The visibility and access to channels can be customized to limit access from certain users, for example, marking a channel "NSFW" (Not Safe For Work) requires that first-time viewers confirm they are over 18 years old and willing to see such content.

Text channels support some rich text via a subset of the Markdown syntax.[49] Code blocks with language-specific highlighting can also be used.[49]

Discord launched Stage Channels in May 2021, a feature similar to Clubhouse which allows for live, moderated channels, for audio talks, discussions, and other uses, which can further be potentially gated to only invited or ticketed users. Initially, users could search for open Stage Channels relevant to their interests through a Stage Discovery tool, which was discontinued in October 2021.[50][51]

In August, the Discord launched Threads, which are temporary text channels that can be set to automatically disappear. This is meant to help foster more communication within Servers.[52]

Direct messages

Direct messages in Discord allow people to text, share files, live stream and call others privately outside of servers. An added feature in Discord direct messages is the ability to create message groups of up to 10 users.[53] This acts similar to a server's text channel, with the ability to initiate a call simultaneously for all the members in a direct message group (in servers, people can only join voice channels but cannot be called into)

User profiles

Users register for Discord with an email address and must create a username. To allow multiple users to use the same username, they are assigned a four-digit number called a "discriminator", prefixed with "#", which is added to the end of their username.[54]

Both at the server and the user level, Discord allows users to connect these to their Twitch or other gaming service account.

Users can assign themselves a profile picture. Subscribers for Discord Nitro, part of Discord's monetization plan, can use animated profile pictures.[55]

In June 2021, Discord added a feature that allows all users to add an About Me section to their profile. Subscribers for Discord Nitro also get the ability to upload a profile banner image.[56]

Video calls and streaming

Video calling and screen sharing were added in October 2017, allowing users to create private video calls with up to 10 users,[57] later increased to 50 due to the increased popularity of video calling during the COVID-19 pandemic.[58]

In August 2019, this was expanded with live streaming channels in servers. A user can share their screen if Discord has detected they are playing a game and others in that channel can join the channel to watch the stream. While these features mimic livestreaming capabilities of platforms like Twitch, the company does not plan to compete with these services, believing that these features are best used by small groups.[46]

Digital distribution

In August 2018, Discord launched a games storefront beta, allowing users to purchase a curated set of games through the service.[59] This will include a "First on Discord" featured set of games that their developers attest to Discord's help in getting launched, giving these games 90 days of exclusivity on the Discord marketplace. Discord Nitro subscribers will also gain access to a rotating set of games as part of their subscription, with the price of Nitro being bumped from $4.99 to $9.99 a month.[60][61] A cheaper service called 'Nitro Classic' was also released that has the same perks as Nitro but does not include free games.

Following the launch of the Epic Games Store, which challenged Valve's Steam storefront by only taking a 12% cut of game revenue, Discord announced in December 2018 that it would reduce its own revenue cut to 10%.[62]

To further support developers, starting in March 2019 Discord gave the ability for developers and publishers that ran their own servers to offer their games through a dedicated store channel on their server, with Discord managing the payment processing and distribution. This can be used, for example, to give select users access to alpha- and beta-builds of a game in progress as an early access alternative.[63]

Also in March 2019, Discord removed the digital storefront, instead choosing to focus on the Nitro subscription and having direct sales be done through developer's own servers.[64] In September 2019, Discord announced that it was ending its free game service in October 2019 as they found too few people were playing the games offered.[65]

Developer tools

In December 2016, the company introduced its GameBridge API, which allows game developers to directly integrate with Discord within games.[66]

In December 2017, Discord added a software development kit that allows developers to integrate their games with the service, called "rich presence". This integration is commonly used to allow players to join each other's games through Discord or to display information about a player's game progression in their Discord profile.[67]

Discord also provides tools for users to create their own bots.[68] There are tools such as discord.js[69] that allow bot developers to interact with the Discord API to control their bot.

Documentation for the Discord API is hosted on GitHub and formatted to be displayed on their website.[70]

Infrastructure

Discord is a persistent group chat software, based on an eventually consistent database architecture.[71]

Discord uses the metaphors of servers and channels similar to Internet Relay Chat even though these servers do not map to traditional hardware or virtual servers.[note 1] They are instead database entities in Discord's servers.

The desktop, web, and mobile apps all use React, using React Native on iOS/iPadOS and Android.[2] The desktop client is built on the Electron framework using web technologies, which allows it to be multi-platform and operate as an installed application on personal computers.[72]

All versions of the client support the same core feature set; screen sharing with desktop audio is Windows exclusive. Discord is specifically designed for use while gaming, as it includes features such as low latency, free voice chat servers for users and dedicated server infrastructure. Support for calls between two or more users was added in an update on July 28, 2016.[73]

The software is supported by eleven data centers around the world to keep latency with clients low.[74]

Discord uses the Opus audio format, which is low latency and designed to compress speech. In July 2020, Discord added noise suppression into its mobile app using the Krisp audio-filtering technology.[75]

Discord's backend is written mostly in Elixir,[3]Python,[4] as well as Rust,[5][6]Go, and C++.[7]

Monetization

While the software itself comes at no cost, the developers investigated ways to monetize it, with potential options including paid customization options such as emoji or stickers.[12] The developers have stated that while they will look for ways to monetize the software, it will never lose its core features.[76]

In January 2017, the first paid subscription and features were released with "Discord Nitro Classic" (originally released as "Discord Nitro"). For a monthly subscription fee of $4.99, users can get an animated avatar, use custom and/or animated[55] emojis across all servers (non-Nitro users can only use custom emoji on the server they were added to), an increased maximum file size on file uploads (from 8 MB to 50 MB), the ability to screen share in higher resolutions, the ability to choose their own discriminator (from #0001 to #9999) and a unique profile badge.[77] In October 2018, "Discord Nitro" was renamed "Discord Nitro Classic" with the introduction of the new "Discord Nitro", which cost $9.99 and included access to free games through the Discord game store. Monthly subscribers of Discord Nitro Classic at the time of the introduction of the Discord games store were gifted with Discord Nitro, lasting until January 1, 2020, and yearly subscribers of Discord Nitro Classic were gifted with Discord Nitro until January 1, 2021.[60] In October 2019, Discord ended the free game service with Nitro.[65]

In June of 2019, Discord introduced Server Boosts, a way to benefit specific servers by purchasing a "boost" for it, with enough boosts granting various benefits for the users in that particular server. Each boost is a subscription costing $4.99 a month. For example, if a server maintains 2 boosts, it unlocks perks such as a higher maximum audio quality in voice channels and the ability to use an animated server icon. Users with Discord Nitro or Discord Nitro Classic have a 30% discount on server boost costs, with Nitro subscribers specifically also getting 2 free server boosts.[78][79]

Discord began testing digital stickers on its platform in October 2020 for users in Canada. Most stickers cost between $1.50 and $2.25 and are part of Discord's monetization strategy. Discord Nitro subscribers received a free "What's Up Wumpus" sticker pack focused on Discord's mascot, Wumpus.[80]

Reception

By January 2016, Hammer & Chisel reported that Discord had been used by 3 million people, with growth of 1 million per month, reaching 11 million users in July that year.[16][81] By December 2016, the company reported it had 25 million users worldwide.[66] By the end of 2017, the service had drawn nearly 90 million users, with roughly 1.5 million new users each week.[82] With the service's third anniversary, Discord stated that it had 130 million unique registered users.[83][84] The company observed that while the bulk of its servers are used for gaming-related purposes, a small number have been created by users for non-gaming activities, like stock trading, fantasy football, and other shared interest groups.[46]

In May 2016, one year after the software's release, Tom Marks, writing for PC Gamer, described Discord as the best VoIP service available.[13] Lifehacker has praised Discord's interface, ease of use, and platform compatibility.[85]

In 2021, Discord had at least 350 million registered users across its web and mobile platforms.[86] It was used by 56 million people every month, sending a total of 25 billion messages per month.[87] By June 2020, the company reported it had 100 million active users each month.[25] As of 2021, the service has over 140 million monthly active users.[86]

Controversies

Discord has had problems with hostile behavior and abuse within chats, with some communities of chat servers being "raided" (the taking over of a server by a large number of users) by other communities. This includes flooding with controversial topics related to race, religion, politics, and pornography.[88] Discord has stated that it has plans to implement changes that would "rid the platform of the issue".[89]

To better protect its users and its services since these events, Discord has implemented a trust and safety team that is on call around the clock to monitor the servers and respond to reports. This includes dealing with user harassment, servers that violate Discord's terms of service, and protecting servers from "raiding" and spamming by malicious users or bots. While they do not directly monitor messages, the trust and safety team can determine malicious activity from service use patterns and/or user-generated reports[90] and take appropriate steps, including more detailed investigation, to deal with the matter. The service plans to expand this team as they continue to gain new users.[46][82]

Discord gained popularity with the alt-right due to the pseudonymity and privacy offered by Discord's service. Analyst Keegan Hankes from the Southern Poverty Law Center said "It's pretty unavoidable to be a leader in this [alt-right] movement without participating in Discord".[91][92] In early 2017, CEO Jason Citron stated Discord was aware of these groups and their servers.[93] Citron stated that servers found to be engaged in illegal activities or violations of the terms of service would be shut down, but would not disclose any examples.[94]

Following the violent events that occurred during the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12, 2017, it was found that Discord had been used to plan and organize the white nationalist rally. This included participation by Richard Spencer and Andrew Anglin, high-level figures in the movement.[91] Discord responded by closing servers that supported the alt-right and far-right, and banning users who had participated.[95] Discord's executives condemned "white supremacy" and "neo-Nazism", and said that these groups "are not welcome on Discord".[91] Discord has worked with the Southern Poverty Law Center to identify hateful groups using Discord and ban those groups from the service.[96] Since then, several neo-Nazi and alt-right servers have been shut down by Discord, including those operated by neo-Nazi terrorist group Atomwaffen Division, Nordic Resistance Movement, Iron March, and European Domas.[97]

In January 2018, The Daily Beast reported that it found several Discord servers that were specifically engaged in distributing revenge porn and facilitating real-world harassment of the victims of these images and videos. Such actions are against Discord's terms of service and Discord shut down servers and banned users identified from these servers.[98]

In July 2018, Discord updated its terms of service to ban drawn pornography with underage subjects.[99] Some Discord users subsequently criticized the moderation staff for selectively allowing "cub" content, or underage pornographic furry artwork, under the same guidelines. The staff held that "cub porn" was separate from lolicon and shotacon, being "allowable as long as it is tagged properly."[99] After numerous complaints from the community, Discord amended its community guidelines in February 2019 to include "non-humanoid animals and mythological creatures as long as they appear to be underage" in its list of disallowed categories, in addition to announcing periodic transparency reports to better communicate with users.[100]

In March 2019, the media collective Unicorn Riot published the contents of a Discord server used by several members of the white nationalist group Identity Evropa who were also members of the United States Armed Forces.[101]

In January 2021, two days after the 2021 storming of the United States Capitol, Discord deleted the pro-Donald Trump server "The Donald", "due to its overt connection to an online forum used to incite violence, plan an armed insurrection in the United States, and spread harmful misinformation related to 2020 U.S. election fraud", while denying that the server had any direct connection to the attack on the Capitol building. The server had been used by former members of the r/The_Donaldsubreddit, which Reddit had deleted several months previously.[102]

On January 27, 2021, Discord banned the r/WallStreetBets server during the GameStop short squeeze, because of "hateful and discriminatory content", which users found contentious.[103] One day later, Discord allowed another server to be created and began assisting with moderation on it.[104]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ abThe developer documentation refers to servers as "guilds".
  2. ^Categories are technically classified as channels with no messages, holding other channels with messages.

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Further reading

External links

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discord_(software)

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Shiroi

👋 Shiroi 👋

A anime discord bot for fun you can do a lot of things

help command s!help:

  • s!help general -> General help
  • s!help fun -> fun help
  • s!help search -> fun help
  • s!help nsf -> nsfw help

help command s!help general:

  • s!user-info -> user info!
  • s!server-info -> server info!
  • s!bot-servers -> bot servers!

help command s!help fun:

  • s!hack -> Get ip of an user!
  • s!penis -> See how long penis you have
  • s!weeb -> See how good of a weeb you are!
  • s!waifu -> See how good of a waifu you are!
  • s!gay -> See how gay you are!
  • s!meme -> send a meme!
  • s!hitler -> image command!
  • s!rip -> image command!
  • s!jail -> image command!

help command s!help search:

  • s!search-anime -> searching anime!
  • s!search-manga -> searching manga!

help command s!help nsfw:
a lot of nsfw command 18+

Sours: https://discordbotlist.com/bots/shiroi


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