Ancaps (anc)

This page explains how to change the anti-nuke's CAPS.

Wick's anti-nuke comes with two kinds of caps. Triggers if the word "cap" sounds weird. A minute cap and an hour cap. If an admin hits one of them, Wick will quarantine them. With this command, you get to change these caps.

Permit

Members able to use the ancaps command are:

  • Server Owner and Extra Owners.

Permissions

Wick's ancaps command needs these permissions:

  • Manage Roles

  • Embed Links

  • Kick Members

  • Ban Members

  • Manage Guild

  • Manage Webhooks

  • Use External Emojis

  • Attach Files

  • Add Reactions

Preview

Change Settings

Before talking about changing the settings, let's talk first about the caps. Let's take the second section of the command ([2] Role Creations) and look at the minute and the hour cap.

  • [B] Minute Cap: 5 means that if an admin creates 5 roles under a minute, Wick will quarantine them.

  • [C] Hour Cap: 15 means that if an admin creates 15 roles under an hour, Wick will quarantine them.

Apply the same concept on ALL the anti-nuke filters shown above.

[A] Status

  • Enable a filter: To enable a certain filter, follow this format: w!ancaps TARGET ?on

  • Disable a filter: To disable a certain filter, follow this format: w!ancaps TARGET ?off

What is TARGET?

TARGET is the exact path you want. It's always a number followed by the letter A (representing Status).

Example:

To enable Role Deletions Filter, you do w!ancaps 3A ?on Because 3 represents Role Deletions and A always represents the status of any filter.

  • w!ancaps 8a ?on would enable the [8] Emoji Creations filter

  • w!ancaps 5a ?off would disable the [5] Channel Deletions filter

[B] Minute Cap

Each filter has a specific minute cap set. To change it, follow this format w!ancaps X ?set TARGET where X represents the number of actions that trigger the filter. NOTE: 2 < X < 50

What are X and TARGET?

What is X?

That's the number of actions(depending on the filter) an admin does under a minute. For example, if we take the [5] Channel Deletions filter. The minute cap is set to 3, that's the X. 3 channel deletions under a minute will trigger Wick. You get to change the 3 to whatever you want.

What is TARGET?

It's the number of the filter followed by the letter B. If we take the [5] Channel Deletions filter. the target is 5B.

Examples:

  • w!ancaps 10 ?set 7B would change Webhook Creations' Minute Cap to 10. If someone creates 10 webhooks under 1 minute, they are punished.

  • w!ancaps 3 ?set 1B would change [1] Kicks & Bans' Minute Cap to 3. If someone bans/icks 3 people under a minute, they are punished.

[C] Hour Cap

Each filter has a specific hour cap set. To change it, follow this format w!ancaps X ?set TARGET where X represents the number of actions that trigger the filter. NOTE: 2 < X < 500

What are X and TARGET?

What is X?

That's the number of actions(depending on the filter) an admin does under an hour. For example, if we take the [5] Channel Deletions filter. The hour cap is set to 8, that's the X. 8 channel deletions under an hour will trigger Wick. You get to change the 3 to whatever you want.

What is TARGET?

It's the number of the filter followed by the letter B. If we take the [5] Channel Deletions filter. the target is 5B.

Examples:

  • w!ancaps 10 ?set 7C would change Webhook Creations' Hour Cap to 10. If someone creates 10 webhooks under 1 hour, they are punished.

  • w!ancaps 3 ?set 1C would change [1] Kicks & Bans' Hour Cap to 3. If someone bans/kicks 3 people under an hour, they are punished.

Note

Be smart when you change these caps.