Cases
This page explains how to lookup cases, how to edit and how to open, close them and more!

Description

This command allows you to view all the moderation cases that have happened in your server and to also tweak/add details to them!

Permit

Members able to use the cases commands are:
    Server Owner and Extra Owners. [Permit level 5]
    Trusted Admins [Permit level 4]
    Members with the Admin role set in Wick. [Permit level 3]
    Members with the Moderator role set in Wick. [Permit level 2]

Preview

w!cases

Format

w!cases <CASE-ID>/<user> <PARAMETERS>

<CASE-ID>

Case ID can be found in the #mod-logs channel it creates.
A case registered by wick from #mod-logs
Alternatively, an ID of a case can also be found out by using the command w!cases.
w!cases

<User>

A user's cases can be viewed by following the format, w!cases <user> or w!cases <user> ?t <type> if you want to sort by different types.
For example, if you want to view a user, say Mobilfan for example, you can use the command w!cases mobilfan to view Mobil's cases.
    You can also sort by types if you provide one. Let's say, I want to view Pure's Quarantine cases, I can use the command w!cases pure ?t quarantine or w!cases pure ?t q
w!cases mobilfan
w!cases pure ?t quarantine
You can mention the member, type out their username, their tag, or even their ID.
    w!cases @es
      [This is to view the user, es' cases]
    w!cases fnaki
      [This is to view the user, fnaki's cases]
    w!cases Mabelyn#6256
      [This is to view the user, Mabelyn's cases]
    w!cases 604561497376555008
      [This is to view the user, who has the ID "604561497376555008". In this case, it's "ADuckOnQuack"]
You don't have to type the full thing if you are sure it's the only member with a username/tag/ID that starts with what you want to provide, for an example, I only that Salvi0#0001 is the only member with such a name, I can just do w!cases salv and Wick would pick it up.

<PARAMETERS>

Parameter
Explanation
?e
Edit a case
?r <new-reason>
Set a new reason in modlog and case storage
?off
Close a case
?on
Re-open a case
?t type
To show a list of cases relevant to the type provided
Quarantines
Q
To view a list of cases regarding Quarantines
Unquarantines
UQ
To view a list of cases regarding Unquarantines
?e - Edit the case. If need be, you can use this to change the reason of an existing case, close a case or even open a previously closed case!

Utilization of these parameters

[1.] ?e

This parameter stands for edit. This is used to edit a case. This parameter is often used along other parameters such as ?r, ?off and ?on.

[2.] ?r <reason>

This parameter is used to edit the reason for an existing case or to add a reason for one existing without it.
For example, if you wish to add a reason "Spamming and trolling" to a case that has the ID 2, you can use the command w!cases 2 ?e ?r Spamming and trolling.
Case 2 has no reason here
w!cases 2 ?e ?r Spamming and trolling

[3.] ?off

This parameter is used to close or kill and existing case. Closing a case will result in that case not showing up when you type w!cases. Wick will also show a small little X in the modlogs beside the case ID to indicate that the particular case has been closed.
For example, if you wish to close a case that has the ID 3, you can do so by using the command, w!cases 3 ?e ?off.
Case 3 prior to its discontinuation
Turning off that case using the command, w!cases 3 ?e ?off
Here, we can see a little X beside the case number after it has been disabled. It has also vanished from w!cases.
w!cases

[4.] ?on

This parameter is used to open a closed case. Opening an old, closed case will result in that case showing up once more when you type w!cases. Wick will also show a small little in the modlogs beside the case ID to indicate that the particular case is open once more.
For example, if you wish to open a case that has the ID 3, you can do so by using the command, w!cases 3 ?e ?on.
Case 3 was closed earlier
Turning that case back on using the command, w!cases 3 ?e ?on
Here, we can see a little beside the case number after it has been enabled. It also shows up when you type w!cases.
w!cases

[5.] ?t <type>

Types are used to sort the various cases according to your preferences. The types available are as follows;
Type
Alias(es)
Explanation
Bans
B
To view a list of cases regarding Bans
Unbans
B
To view a list of cases regarding Unbans
Kicks
K
To view a list of cases regarding Kicks
Mutes
M
To view a list of cases regarding Mutes
Unmutes
UM
To view a list of cases regarding Unmutes
Quarantines
Q
To view a list of cases regarding Quarantines
Unquarantines
UQ
To view a list of cases regarding Unquarantines
For example, if you wish to view a list of cases regarding mutes, use the command w!cases ?t mutes or w!cases ?t m. To view a user's mute cases, use the command w!cases <user> ?t mutes or w!cases <user> ?t m.
    Let's try to view Pure's Mute cases using the command w!cases pure ?t m
w!cases ?t m
w!cases pure ?t m
There'll be no cases shown if wick has NOT recording anything related to that particular type provided. For example, This server does not have any ban cases. Wick will show the same.
w!cases ?t b

Additional cases commands

Clear cases

A case can also be closed by using the command w!clearcase <case-number>.
For example, to close a case that has the ID 11, you can do so by using the command, w!clearcase 11.
w!clearcase 11
Case number 11 has been closed now

Mod Cases

Wick allows you to view the mod cases created by a specific moderator. To do so, use the format w!modcases <user> or w!modcases <user> ?t type if you wish to sort by a particular type.
For example, to view the cases created by a moderator, here es, the command w!modcases es can be used.
w!modcases es
    Wick will show nothing if you have not made any actions so for.
Mobilfan does not have any mod actions
    Wick will show your actions if you don't provide any user.
Here, Nance didn't provide any user
    You can also sort by types.
For example, to view the mute actions by pure, the command w!modcases pure ?t mutes or w!modcases pure ?t m can be used. Looks like pure isn't doing anything as a moderator. That's why wick isn't showing any mod actions,
w!modcases pure ?t m

Warns

You can see a list of a user's active warns by using the syntax w!warns <USER> where <USER> is the name of the user who's active warns you're looking for.
w!warns
Expanding that warn case
w!clearwarns
    Typing the command w!ncases will display a list of past Nuke Cases in your server.
      Only Trusted Admins and Owners can use this
w!ncases

You can expand a nuke case by using the syntax w!ncases <Case-ID> where <CASE-ID> is the ID of a case displayed when you type w!ncases.

It will also show you the list of users that were caught by Wick's Anti-Nuke for that specific case along with the number of flags. Wick will also show you why they got quarantined.
w!ncases <CASE-ID>
Along with that, it also provides us with details of how wick countered the nuke. Including how many users were quarantined, Channels/Roles/Webhooks Deleted/Created etc.
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