SpellBot is the Discord bot that helps you find other players looking to play Magic: The Gathering on SpellTable.
It can also be used by event runners to help organize online events on SpellTable. To get started, just invite the bot to your server and send the message
🤖 Bot Commands
!spellbot help: Provides detailed usage help.
!about: Get information about SpellBot and its creators.
✋ Commands for Players
Just looking to play some games of Magic? These commands are for you!
!lfg: Sign up to play Magic: The Gathering!
!leave: Leave any games that you’ve signed up for.
!power: Set your current power level.
!report: Report the results of the game you just played.
!team: Join one of the teams available on your server.
!points: Find out how many points you currently have.
!block: Block other users from joining your games.
!unblock: Unblock previously blocked users.
When you run the
!lfg command, SpellBot will post a message for sign ups.
Other users can react to it with the ✋ emoji to be added to the game. When the game is ready, SpellBot will update the message with your SpellTable details.
Users can also use the 🚫 emoji reaction to leave the game.
🎟️ Commands for Event Runners
To use the commands for event runners and commands for admins you will need to create a role with the name
SpellBot Admin (capitalization matters) on your server. Only users with that role will be able to use these commands. You do not need to give this role any additional privileges.
These commands help facilitate online events on SpellTable.
!game: Directly create games for the mentioned users.
!event: Create a bunch of games all at once based on some uploaded data.
!begin: Start an event that you previously created with
!export: Export historical game data for your server.
👑 Commands for Admins
These commands will help you configure SpellBot for your server. You can use them if you have the aforementioned
SpellBot Admin role or if you have Administrator privilages on your server. You don't need both.
!spellbot: This command allows admins to configure SpellBot for their server. It supports the following subcommands:
config: Just show the current configuration for this server.
channels: Set the channels SpellBot is allowed to operate within.
prefix: Set the command prefix for SpellBot in text channels.
links: Set the privacy level for generated SpellTable links.
spectate: Add a spectator link to the posts SpellBot makes.
expire: Set how many minutes before games are expired due to inactivity.
teams: Sets the teams available on this server.
power: Turns the power command on or off for this server.
voice: When on, SpellBot will automatically create voice channels.
tags: Turn on or off the ability to use tags. Optionally mention specific channels.
queue-time: Turn on or off average queue time details. Optionally mention specific channels.
smotd: Set the server message of the day.
cmotd: Set the message of the day for the channel where you run it.
motd: Set the privacy level for messages of the day.
size: Sets the default game size for a specific channel.
toggle-verify: Toggles requirement of verification for a specific channel.
auto-verify: Set the channels that will trigger user auto verification.
verify-message: Set the verification message for a specific channel.
voice-category: Set category for voice channels created by !game.
stats: Gets some statistics about SpellBot usage on your server.
help: Provides detailed usage help.
!verify: Allows moderators to verify a user on their server.
!unverify: Un-verifies a user for this server.
!watch: Allows moderators to watch a user on their server.
!unwatch: Un-watches a user for this server.
SpellBot will always try and assume useful defaults or try to do the right thing when you give it a command. For example if you use the tag
~modern or other format names when creating a game, it will automatically assume the correct number of players for you. Hopefully these features are intuitive and helpful 🤞 — and if not, please report bugs and request features to your heart’s content.
🙌 Support Me
I’m keeping SpellBot running using my own money but if you like the bot and want to help me out, please becoming a patron.
If you’d like to become a part of the SpellBot development community please first know that we have a documented code of conduct and then see our documentation on how to contribute for details on how to get started.