Hfilters (hf)

Permit

Members able to use the heat command are:

  • Server Owner and Extra Owners.

  • Trusted Admins

Permissions

Wick's heat command needs these permissions:

  • Embed Links (heat filters panel)

  • Use External Emojis (heat filters panel)

  • Attach Files (heat filters panel)

  • Add Reactions (heat filters panel)

Preview

Change Settings

[1] Normal Message Heat

For each message sent whether it's a bad message or a normal harmless regular one, a certain heat is generated. This is efficient against people spamming nonsense that other bots confuse with actual chatting. It also doesn't trap innocent members because it's almost impossible to reach the max heat without actually SPAMMING. It's a very efficient filter against typical raids.

[A] Status

You can't enable nor disable this filter!! It's a static filter enforced by us.

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 1b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want regular normal messages filter to make Wick kick the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf kick ?set 1b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by a normal message sent, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 1c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[2] Similiar Message Repetition Heat

Ever noticed some people spamming but not really spamming the same message? This is what the filter is for. There's a special similarity algorithm that tries and sees if the user is trying to spam in a smart way.

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 2a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 2a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 2b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want similar messages filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 2b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by a similar message sent, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 2c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[3] Suspicion Heat

This is a very essential filter. This filter is maintained by us. It basically matches the user sending the message to our suspicion system where a lot of factors take a role from basic factors like account age to things like global ban or previous history in other servers. You should really never disable this one.

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 3a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 3a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 3b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want similar messages filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 3b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by suspicion, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 3c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[4] Advertisement Heat

We all hate people who join your server and simply just post invite links leading to other servers. That's the job of this filter. It will produce heat (100% by default leading to Wick instantly triggering) if there's an external server invite link. Your server's invite links are 100% safe (assuming Wick has all the permissions it needs).

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 4a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 4a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 4b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want advertising filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 4b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by advertising, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 4c the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[5] NSFW Websites Filter

If you hate people posting NSFW websites in safe-for-work channels, well this filter helps! The list is updated once a week and it's currently at 80k NSFW website flagged.

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 5a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 5a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 5b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want the NSFW filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 5b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by posting an NSFW website, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 5c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

The filter will be enhanced and improved even more with future releases!

[6] Malicious Websites Filter

This filter can catch most of the IP-Grabbing, keygens, malware websites as the list is updated once a week, it'ss at over 100k website at this very moment. Remember the waves of bots posting weird "come check my nudes out at www.VerySuspiciousDomain.co"? This filter tries its best to eliminate them.

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 6a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 6a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 6b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want the Malicious Websites filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 6b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by posting a Malicious website, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 6c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[7] Emojis Heat

Emojis are super fun! No one can deny that. But don't they just become obnoxious when someone spams them? they ruin the channel and basically disturb the chat. Up to 3 emojis or even 4 is fine, but spamming several messages with each message having over 6 emojis? that's very obnoxious! That's what this filter is for.

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 7a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 7a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 7b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want the Emojis filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 7b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by ONE emoji, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 7c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[8] Message Characters Heat

Let's just say this: No one likes Walls of text. This is exactly what this filter is for

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 8a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 8a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 8b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want the filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 8b

[C] LC Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by each and every lowercased character, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 8c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[D] UC Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by each and every UPPERCASED character, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 8d where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100

[9] New line Heat

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Imagine someone spamming the text above in separate messages, now that's very annoying, isn't it? this is exactly what the filter is for.

[A] Status

  • Enable: To enable the filter, do w!hf 9a ?on

  • disable: To disable the filter, do w!hf 9a ?off

[B] Action

To choose which Action Wick does when this filter is the actual trigger, use the format w!hf <tm/m/k/b> ?set 9b where you get to choose one action you want.

If I want the New Line filter to make Wick ban the member if the filter is the actual trigger, I can just do w!hf ban ?set 9b

[C] Heat

If you want to change the heat generated by ONE new line, follow this format: w!hf X ?set 9c where X is the new heat percentage generated Note: 1 < X < 100