🧩Actions

How it works?

You can find an explanation here.

Be sure to have read how to configure a character and how to configure a behavior before starting here.

List

This section lists all the types of actions that can be added to behaviors.


Every actions support the placeholders which can be used anywhere there is text.

SEND_MESSAGE

This action allows you to send a message defined in a channel.

Settings


SEND_EMBED_MESSAGE

This action allows you to send a embed message defined in a channel.

Settings


AI_SEND_MESSAGE

This action sends an AI-generated message into a channel.

⚠️ This action consumes ai-credits. You can use SEND_MESSAGE if you want no consumption but you will not be able to generate messages by AI.

Settings

Here are some examples:

  • You're Harry Potter so answer like him.

  • You're {character} so answer like him.

  • You are {character} and your answers are very funny.


AI_SEND_EMBED_MESSAGE

This action sends an AI-generated embed message into a channel.

⚠️ This action consumes ai-credits. You can use SEND_EMBED_MESSAGE if you want no consumption but you will not be able to generate messages by AI.

Settings

Here are some examples:

  • You're Harry Potter so answer like him.

  • You're {character} so answer like him.

  • You are {character} and your answers are very funny.


AI_RENAME_MEMBER

This action edit the username of a member of your server; AI-generated.

⚠️ This action consumes ai-credits. You can use RENAME_MEMBER if you want no consumption but you will not be able to generate name by AI.

Settings

Here are some examples:

  • Your answer is a funny name from an existing name. The user input is the existing name.


RENAME_MEMBER

This action allows you to rename the member associated with the triggered event.

Settings


ADD_ROLE

This action is used to give a role to the member associated with the triggered event.


REMOVE_ROLE

This action is used to remove a role to the member associated with the triggered event.


DELETE_MESSAGE

This action is used to delete a message with a specific delay.


💡 An "event channel" is an additional type of option which allows action in the channel where the event was triggered. This option can obviously only be used in contexts where a channel is concerned.

To understand how placeholders work, refer to this page.

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