Warn (wa)
This page explains how to use Wick's basic Warn command and its parameters!

Warn

Aliases

    w!wa

Description

If you want to warn a certain member or a group of members before muting/kicking/banning them, you can use Wick's basic warn command.

Permit

Members able to use the warn command 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!warn

Format

w!warn <MEMBER(S)> <PARAMETERS>

<MEMBER(s)>

That's the member or multiple members split by a comma you want to warn.
For example, if you wish to warn fnaki, use the command w!warn fnaki to do so.
w!warn fnaki
You can even warn multiple members using a single command. You just have to separate them using commas. For example, if you want to warn 2 users at once, say PaintersDaughter#8444, 2x2Master#4543 for example, you can use the command w!warn paintersdaughter, 2x2master to warn them or w!wa paintersdaughter, 2x2master.
w!warn paintersdaughter, 2x2master
You can mention the member, type out their username, their tag, or even their ID.
Using Mentions
    w!warn @paintersdaughter @2x2master
      [This command will warn paintersdaughter and 2x2master. You DON'T have to use commas for mentions]
Using Nicknames/Usernames
    w!warn paintersdaughter, 2x2master
      [This command will warn paintersdaughter and 2x2master without the use of mentions. You have to add commas for this]
Using Usernames with discriminator
    w!warn paintersdaughter#8444, 2x2master#4543
      [This command will warn paintersdaughter and 2x2master using their full usernames. You have to add commas for this]
Using IDs
    w!warn 204056752071770112 765994339565699083
      [This is to warn the user, who has the IDs " 397733177507971072, 755629811980042290, 476188720521805825". In this case, it's "paintersdaughter and 2x2master". You DON'T have to provide commas for this]
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.
    If it's a username, a tag or an ID and you want to warn multiples, you have to use the comma to split between them w!warn fnaki, katemoon.
Warning multiple members

<PARAMETERS>

Parameters are the warning options you can pass if you want extra input or a custom behaviour. They must come after the members!
Parameter(s)
Meaning
Example
?r <REASON>
Adds a reason to a warn
w!warn es ?r being weird

?r <REASON>

If you want to add a reason on why you are warning the member(s). Use the syntax w!warn <MEMBER(S)> ?r <REASON> where <REASON> is replaced with the actual reason.
For example, w!warn @es ?r being weird will warn Salvi0 for the reason being weird.
w!warn es ?r being weird

Warn Punishments

You can have Wick punish members after receiving X warns. You can also choose the type of punishment and also disable this behavior if you're not a fan of it.
    X is set to 5 by default. Which means, a user will be perm muted upon receiving 5 warnings.
Es getting muted after receiving 3 warnings
Es getting muted again after receiving 3 warnings

[A] Status

If you want/don't want wick to punish users when they get X warns, use the syntax w!misc 3a <?on/?off>
Enable/Disable
Command
To ENABLE Warn Settings:
w!misc 3a ?on
To DISABLE Warn Settings:
w!misc 3a ?off
w!misc 3a ?on
warn settings

[B] Action

Wick can mute, kick or ban users if you have turned the previous setting ON.
To change the filter's action, follow this format: w!joingate <m/k/b> ?set 3b without forgetting one small hint: [m: mute, k: kick, b: ban]
Wick should:
Command
MUTE users upon reaching a certain number of warns
w!misc m ?set 3b
KICK users upon reaching a certain number of warns
w!misc k ?set 3b
BAN users upon reaching a certain number of warns
w!misc b ?set 3b
For example, if you want wick to Permanently Mute users that hit the max. warns limit, use the command w!misc m ?set 3b.
w!misc m ?set 3b

[C] Max. Warns

To set the maximum warns a user has to receive before getting punished, do w!misc <X> ?set 3c where <X> is the number of maximum number of warns needed to penalize a user.
For example, to punish users after receiving 3 warnings, type w!misc 3 ?set 3c
w!misc 3 ?set 3c

If you want to remove a warn from someone, you'll need to actually kill the warn case using the cases command.

Clearing warnings

You can clear all of a user's warns by using the command w!clearwarns <USER> where <USER> is to be replaced with the name of the user whose warns you are going to clear.
w!clearwarns es

If you want to remove a specific warn from someone, you'll need to actually kill the warn case using the cases command.

The general syntax to kill a case is as shown below: w!cases <case-ID> ?e ?off or w!clearcase <CASE-ID>
    <case-ID> can be found in the modlogs.
    You can also find a specific user's WARN case ID by asking wick directly.
In order to view a member's warns, type the following command.
w!cases <MEMBER> ?t warns
    ?t warns is the parameter to sort cases of a member by warns
    Do remember to replace <MEMBER> with the name of the member you would like to view the warns of.
Wick will display a list of warn cases of that specific member. Find the approximate case from the list and Kill it.

That can be done by typing w!cases <case-ID> ?e ?off or w!clearcase <Case-ID>

    ?e [Edit the case - needed if you want to change the reason, open or close a case.]
    ?off [Close the case.]
w!clearcase
w!cases 105 ?e ?off

Logging

Wick will log any and all warns made using it in your wick-logs channel, your modlogs channel and in the audit logs.
    The wick-logs channel will have an embed that will contain information pertaining to the warn reason, the mod who warned, the user who was warned and so on.
Wick Logging Channel
    An embed containing case numbers, reasoning, name of the mod and the user who got warned will be sent to your modlogs channel.
Modlogs

Addition Information

[1.] You can check a user's Active warns by typing w!i <MEMBER>.
[2.] Warns get reset when a user gets punished if you have warn punishments turned on.

Immunity

People you Can't warn 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]
    Members ABOVE wick.
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