Commands

This page explains every single command Wick has in great details.

config

This command represents 80% of Wick's systems all displayed in one panel. You can enable/disable everything using it. Premium? No. Usage: w!config number letter input Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Use External Emojis

Explanation: Setting up Wick -> Essentials -> Edit your config

Make sure you have the muted role set up!

activity

This command displays everything that has happened recently. Channels and roles deletes, users mentioned, kicked and banned and lastly channels and roles created(Premium). Premium? No. Usage: w!activity Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Use External Emojis

  • View Audit Log

Sub commands:

  • w!activity roles removed / w!activity roles deleted (Displays the last 10 -instead of 5- recent roles deleted).

  • w!activity roles created / w!activity roles created (Displays the last 10 -instead of 5- recent roles created).

  • w!activity channels deleted / w!activity channels removed (Displays the last 10 -instead of 5- recent channels deleted).

  • w!activity channels created / w!activity channels made (Displays the last 10 -instead of 5- recent channels created).

  • w!activity kicked / w!activity kicks / w!activity users kicked (Displays the last 10 -instead of 5- users kicked).

  • w!activity banned / w!activity bans / w!activity users banned (Displays the last 10 -instead of 5- users banned).

  • w!activity mentions / w!activity pings (Displays the last 10 -instead of 5- mentions happening).

This is what activity command displays.
  • If user exists, Wick will mention them. If not, wick will output their tag in bold (to avoid any issues)

  • If role exists, Wick will mention it. If not, wick will output it's name.

  • If channel exists, Wick will mention it. if not, wick will output it's name.

  • Wick shows recent 5 activities for each type.

  • Bot-interactions are not displayed in Mentions (where a user mentions a bot).

  • Wick specifies the channel type by displaying an emote besides it.

  • Channel and role creations is premium.

nuke

This command outputs Wick's anti-nuke settings and allow you to change them (if you are premium). Premium? Yes. Usage: w!nuke number letter input Allowed: Server-Owner. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

Explanation: number is the number displayed next to the filter's name letter is the letter displayed next to the filter's option input is the setting number you want

These are the anti-nuke's settings.

All possibilities:

Mention-spam's minute cap: w!nuke 1 a X Mention-spam's hour cap: w!nuke 1 b X Channel-creation's minute cap: w!nuke 2 a X Channel-creation's hour cap: w!nuke 2 b X Channel-deletion's minute cap: w!nuke 3 a X Channel-deletion's hour cap: w!nuke 3 b X Role-creation's minute cap: w!nuke 4 a X Role-creation's hour cap: w!nuke 4 b X Role-deletion's minute cap: w!nuke 5 a X Role-deletion's hour cap: w!nuke 5 b X User-Kick/Ban's minute cap: w!nuke 6 a X User-Kick/Ban's hour cap: w!nuke 6 b X

X is the setting number you want.

spam

This command outputs Wick's anti-spam settings and allow you to change them (if you are premium). Premium? Yes. Usage: w!spam number letter input Allowed: Server-Owner. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

Explanation: number is the number displayed next to the filter's name letter is the letter displayed next to the filter's option input is the setting number you want

All possibilities:

Quick Filter's status: w!spam 1 a X (x= 1 for enable/ 0 for disable) Quick Filter's messages: w!spam 1 b X Quick Filter's period: w!spam 1 c X Same Filter's status: w!spam 2 a X (x= 1 for enable/ 0 for disable) Same Filter's messages: w!spam 2 b X Same Filter's period: w!spam 2 c X Close Filter's status: w!spam 3 a X (x= 1 for enable/ 0 for disable) Close Filter's messages: w!spam 3 b X Close Filter's period: w!spam 3 c X Embed Filter's status: w!spam 4 a X (x= 1 for enable/ 0 for disable) Embed Filter's messages: w!spam 4 b X Embed Filter's period: w!spam 4 c X Attachment Filter's status: w!spam 5 a X (x= 1 for enable/ 0 for disable) Attachment Filter's messages: w!spam 5 b X Attachment Filter's period: w!spam 5 c X CAPS Filter's status: w!spam 6 a X (x= 1 for enable/ 0 for disable) CAPS Filter's minimum words: w!spam 6 b X CAPS Filter's percentage: w!spam 6 c X Webhook protection's status: w!spam 7 a X (x= 1 for enable/ 0 for disable)

These are the anti-spam's settings.

whitelist

Whitelist is a command that allows you to make Wick ignore certain users, channels and roles regarding the anti-spam system. Whitelisted users, users in a whitelisted channel, users with a whitelisted role and whitelisted webhooks are always safe from the anti-spam/raid. So be careful on what to whitelist. Premium? No. (Webhook whitelist: premium) Usage: w!whitelist <user/channel/role/webhook> input Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Use External Emojis

Explanation: Setting up Wick -> Essentials -> Whitelist

Whitelist at your own risk!!

Server-owner, Trusted users, Admins (Administrator permission) and Moderators (Manage Messages permission) are automatically whitelisted EXCEPT WHEN IT COMES TO MENTION-SPAM. Whitelist them if you want them whitelisted from the anti-spam's system entirely.

whois

This is a command that simply lets you get all the details about an account. It will show you general account details (creation date, join date...etc), account security details (global ban status, whitelist...etc), account roles, account webhooks (premium) and finally, the account's strikes. Premium? No. (Webhook: premium) Usage: w!whois user Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Use External Emojis

  • Manage Webhooks (Premium)

user can be a mention, username, user tag or an ID. You don't have to type the full thing (unless it's the ID)

If a user is suspicious, their profile picture will be a "raider" icon locked up.

This is a whois panel of my account.
This is a whois panel of a suspicious account.

strikes

With this command, you simply see the strikes a user recieved from Wick **and you get the ability to reset their strike's count. Strikes are usually:

  • Posting an nsfw website

  • Posting a malicious website

  • Posting an advertising link

  • Spamming multiple messages in a short amount of time

  • Spamming the same message in a short amount of time

  • Spamming almost the same message in a short amount of time

  • Sending UPPERCASED messages repetitively

  • Spam-uploading images/files

  • Spamming links

  • Spamming embeds (usually bots)

To reset someone's strikes, you simply add reset after providing the user.

Premium? No. Usage: w!strikes user / w!strikes user reset Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

user can be a mention, username, user tag or an ID. You don't have to type the full thing (unless it's the ID). reset is optional, only use it if you are trying to reset strikes count.

Resetting only involves the strikes count! Resetting doesn't wipe out the record.

kick

This is a really cool command. Most bots do it as well. But, Wick does it differently. You can pretty much kick multiple accounts at once with this command. If there's something urgent, a simple w!kick user1, user2, user3, user4, user5 will do.

Premium? No. Usage: w!kick user Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Kick Members

user can be a username, user tag or an ID. You don't have to type the full thing (unless it's the ID).

If you want to kick several users, split between each with a comma w!kick fnaki, katemoon, daddy_panda#0001, winston_, @Actom#1984

Wick will not try to kick server-owner, trusted users and users with high roles than Wick's.

These poor self-bots had it coming.

ban

This is a really cool command. Most bots do it as well. But, Wick does it differently. You can pretty much ban multiple accounts at once with this command. If there's something urgent, a simple w!ban user1, user2, user3, user4, user5 will do.

Premium? No. Usage: w!ban user Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Ban Members

user can be a username, user tag or an ID. You don't have to type the full thing (unless it's the ID).

If you want to ban several users, split between each with a comma w!kick fnaki, katemo, daddy_panda#0001, winston_, Act

Wick will not try to ban server-owner, trusted users and users with high roles than Wick's.

Wick knows no mercy.

purge

This one of the best moderation commands Wick has. Why? because it pretty much covers everything security wise. It covers:

  • 1 - Messages.

  • 2 - Messages sent by a user or multiple users.

  • 3 - Messages sent by a role or multiple roles.

  • 4 - Messages sent by a user/role or multiple users/roles.

  • 5 - Messages sent by suspicious users.

  • 6 - Messages sent by users with zero-roles.

  • 7 - Messages sent by bots.

Premium? No. Usage: w!purge number <filter> (filter is optional)

  • 1 - Messages. w!purge X

  • 2 - Messages sent by a user or multiple users. w!purge X user / w!purge user1, user2, user3, user4, user5

  • 3 - Messages sent by a role or multiple roles. w!purge X role / w!purge X role1, role2, role3, role4, role5

  • 4 - Messages sent by a user/role or multiple users/roles. w!purge X user, role / w!purge X user1, role1, role2, user2, user3

  • 5 - Messages sent by suspicious users. w!purge X suspicious

  • 6 - Messages sent by users with zero-roles. w!purge X norole

  • 7 - Messages sent by bots. w!purge X bots

X is the number (only rounded numbers accepted, maximum number is 50 and minimum number is 2) user can be a username, user tag or an ID. role can be a rolename or an ID. suspicious, norole, bots are static. (They dont change.)

Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Read Message History

  • Manage Messages

Examples:

Purge 5 recent messages
Purge 10 recent messages sent by "Wick", it can be with any user.
Purge messages sent by a specific role.
Purge messages sent by users and roles.
Purge messages sent by bots.
Purge messages sent by suspicious users.
Purge messages sent by users that have no roles.

role

This is one of the best moderation commands Wick has. It helps you deal with users and their roles super easily!

Premium? Yes. Usage: w!role user role Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Manage Roles

user can be a mention, username, user tag or an ID. role can be a rolename or an ID. You don't have to type the full thing (unless it's the ID)

You can provide multiple roles (split them by a comma)

Example:

  • w!role fnaki admin, mod, member This will give fnaki roles they don't have, take away roles they do have.

  • w!role fnaki roleAboveWick, mod, member This will give fnaki roles they don't have, take away roles they do have and it won't add/remove roles it cant touch (roleAboveWick)

Output:

  • + means that the role was added.

  • - means that the role was removed.

  • x means that Wick can't really touch that role.

Trusted users can use this command. They can give/remove any role Wick can control!

This is an example!
This is another example!

clone

This command allows you to clone a channel (same channel settings, permissions...etc) with/without deleting the original.

Premium? No. Usage: w!clone / w!clone safe Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Manage Channels

This is cloning with deletion of the original channel.
This is cloning without deletion of the original channel.

botlist

This is a command that helps you deal with all bots in your server at once by either giving them all a role, or kicking them all. This usually is an emergency command.

Premium? Yes. Usage: w!botlist / w!botlist kick / w!botlist assign role Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

  • Embed Links

  • Manage Roles

  • Kick Members

role can be a role mention, a rolename or an ID. You don't have to type the full thing (unless it's the ID).

Wick will kick users it can actually kick.

This is the list of bots in a discord server.

perms

This command shows you all the permissions Wick needs and also displays which are granted and which are not. This is helpful when Wick is not doing something it's supposed to be doing.

Premium? No. Usage: w!perms Allowed: Server-Owner, trusted user. Permissions:

  • Read Messages

  • Send Messages

This is Wick having all permissions it needs.
This is Wick missing few permissions.

stats

This command simply display's Wick's statistics when it comes to security. It displays how many raids, nukes were stopped, how many users it muted, banned or kicked. It also shows you the latency and uptime.

Stats are crazy! IKR!

feedback

This is a command that allows you to send us your feedback! You simply do: w!feedback your-feedback-here

Thank you kollector!
Much love!
:flushed:

commands

This command is really self-explanatory.

The list of commands as of 05 July 2019.

invite

This command will give you Wick's invite link.

help

This command will show you a panel containing general informations and also these documentations you are reading right now.