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Community Made Commands

Important: Community-Made commands are, as the name suggests, made by the community and are NOT officially supported by Deepbot. Where we can we have left a link to the creators Twitter/Discord/Whatever to contact in case you find any issues/bugs. Failing that, ask in our Discord server.

When you think Deepbot the one thing that should spring to mind is our powerful custom command editor. With the usage of the in-built custom command variables (Listed on the following page - Custom Command Variables) and Custom command chaining (Part of our VIP Subscription. The features of this can be found here - VIP Features) you can create what you have your mind set on. These can range from fun commands or commands that add new functionality for your viewers.

The real power of Deepbot, though, is our community. Below you will find links to custom commands that we at Deepbot have created in our spare time as well as commands that have been created by the community. Below you will find such commands like “Made it rain” (Shower your chat with your currency) and “Cooldown Per User” (Adds the ability for commands to have a cooldown to the individual viewers, not a global cooldown like is included by default in Deepbot).

Have a command that you are proud of? Let us know! We can add it to the wiki to be used by all of our users that wish to use it. You can get in contact with us via our Twitter Account @deepbotsupport or our Discord Server

Any requirements, such as having a current Deepbot VIP Subscription, will also be listed in the commands page so that you can make an informed decision as to if you can add the command to your Deepbot or not

List Last Updated 5th February 2020
Update Notes Commands listed here are being moved into their own page. This is to improve reability and to help keep a consistant template for future commands which are added to this page. Please bare with us as we gradually make this change over the coming week.

Guide on Importing Commands: How to Import Commands Guide on Importing Alias: Importing/Exporting Alias

Table of Contents


Invest


Credits: LuckyLlamaSauce Fixed by Ian Chandler
A simple command for users to be able to store some or all of their points for safe keeping. Feel free to expand this command further if you like, this is just the base command for what I am planning for in the future.

Setup
  • 1. Create a folder inside your Deepbot folder Custom Logs folder named “Invest”.
  • 2. Create a folder inside your “Invest” folder you just made and call it “Percent”.
  • 3. Create a file inside the “Invest” folder called “limit.txt” inside this file put the percent of currency allowed to be invested at once.
Commands:
  • !invest - will prompt the user to enter an amount after the command. Example: !invest 100
  • !withdraw - will prompt the user to enter an amount just like the invest command. Example: !withdraw 100
  • !checkbank - will let the user know how much they have invested in the bank.

Update (31th October 2016): Fixed !checkbank to show 0 if not invested yet!
Update (2nd March 2017): Fixed issue with the users first time using the invest command!
Update (30th June 2017): Added a percentage of currency allowed to be invested!
Update (1st January 2018): Removed the number check api to use *@isnumber@*.

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Loto


Credits: Ian Chandler
The command below is a custom points giveaway system designed by me for others to use! This command will check if a user is following and then give points to whoever is drawn.

Setup:
  • 1. Make a Folder Named “Loto” in your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder.
Viewer Command:
  • !loto - Command for viewers to enter the points giveaway.
Streamer/Mod Commands:
  • !lotodraw - Draws a viewer from the giveaway pool
  • !lotoopen [amount] - Initial Command to Start a Loto.
  • !lotoreset - Command to set up the commands files.

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Update (1st January 2018): Removed the number check api to use *@isnumber@*.


Make It Rain


Credits: Ian Chandler
This is a fun little command that will rain down currency on the stream for its viewers!

Warning: You will need to change the name in !makeitrain_1 to your own name!

Commands:
  • !makeitrain [amount] - Make it rain upon your viewers Example: !makeitrain 100

Update (21st November 2016): Fixed it so that it only works if the stream is online also using v5 of the api.
Update (1st January 2018): Removed the number check api to use *@isnumber@*.

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Purge


Credits: Ian Chandler
The command below allows users to purge others without having mod status! This will also log each purge in the custom logs folder in which you will need to make two folders: Logs and Purge. Logs will be in custom logs and Purge should be in Logs. It will create custom logs for each user that uses the command!

Setup
  • 1. Create one Folder inside your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder named “Logs”
  • 2. Create a second folder inside the “Logs” folder named “Purge”
Command
  • !purge [user] - Initial Command for viewers to use. Example: !purge ExpertsOnline

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Raiders System


Credits: Ian Chandler
This is for people that come and raid your channel to give them points!

Setup
  • 1. Create two Folders inside your Deepbot Folder → Custom Logs Folder named “Raiders” and “Raid”.
  • 2. Inside “Raid” make another folder called “Raider” and a file called “limit.txt”.
  • 3. Inside “Raiders” make a folder called “amount” with 2 files called “bonus.txt” and “non-bonus.txt” (these files will be the amount of currency given per user before and after the user has raided 10 times).
  • 4. Inside “bonus.txt” and “non-bonus.txt” put the currency amount of currency to give out.
  • 5. Inside “limit.txt” put the amount of time a user has to wait before they can be part of a raid!
View Commands
  • !joinraid - Initial Command for users to join a raid. Example: !joinraid ExpertsOnline
Mod Commands
  • !raider - Initial Command for mods to post the raid after people have joined it. Example: !raider ExpertsOnline
  • !raids - Command for mods to check how many times a user has raided. Example: !raider ExpertsOnline
  • !raiders - Command for mods to check how many user have joined the raid. Example: !raiders ExpertsOnline

Update (20th May 2017): Made this command a lot more complex as a request by ThatGirlSlays.

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Rank Up


Credits: Ian Chandler
The command below will allow you to have a rank-up system for ranking up to a VIP level using a command!

Command
  • !viprankup - Initial Command for viewers to use.

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Redemption


Credits: MissLorzz Fixed by Ian Chandler
The command below will allow viewers to redeem items/perks for their points. When the command is successfully used, it will log the Perk/Item Number, Username, and any extra info. (Example: !redeem 1 Set custom join message: Welcome Back Master).You will be able to check what users have purchased in the “Unfulfilled” folder in your Custom Logs folder after setting up the folders/commands.

Setup
  • 1. Create one Folder inside your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder named “Redeem”
  • 2. Create three folders inside the “Redeem” folder named “Perk”, “Cost”, and “Unfulfilled”.
  • 3. Create however many text files you need for each perk/item inside the “Perk” and “Cost” folder. Example: If you have 5 perks/items, create five text files numbered 1 through 5.
  • 4. In the “Perk” folder, put a perk in each text file.
  • 5. In the “Cost” folder, put the number of points the perk/item will cost in each text file. Example: If I have 5 perks/items that cost 1000 each, I would put 1000 in each numbered text file.
    • Important: Make sure each perk text file number matches up with the cost text file number. Example: If I have perk 4 in the “4” text file, I want to make sure in the “Cost” folder that text file “4” is the cost of perk 4.
Command
  • !redeem - Initial Command for viewers to use.

Update (21st October 2016): Fixed so that if you put a perk that does not exist it will tell you.

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Statistics


Credits: Ian Chandler
This command will display the statistics of your stream into the channel you selected in the Discord integration.

Important this command will only work if the Discord Integration has been set up!

Warning You will need to change the name in !closestream2 to your own name!

Also note that if you do not use deepbot in C:\DeepBot - Twitch Streamer Assistant you will need to edit both the main comamnds

Setup
  • 1. Create one Folder inside your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder named “Statistics”
Command:
  • !beginstream - Initial Command to announce the start of the stream and to set the correct files up
  • !closestream - The command you run when you end your stream to announce the statistics of the stream to discord

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Timeout


Credits: Ian Chandler
The command below allows users to timeout others without having mod status! This will also log each timeout in the custom logs folder. Logs will be in custom logs and Timeout should be in Logs. It will create custom logs for each user that uses the command!

Setup
  • 1. Create one Folder inside your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder named “Logs”
  • 2. Create a second folder inside the “Logs” folder named “Timeout”
Command:
  • !timeout [user] - Initial Command to timeout a user. Example: !timeout ExpertsOnline

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Now Playing Song Widget Last FM


Please note, Spotify integration has been removed due to a change in the Spotify API. As such this command will only pull spotify songs info from last fm.

Credits: Ian Chandler/ExpertsOnline
The command below display a widget on your stream overlay when the song changes on Spotify, the info in the widget will have the artist/song name and the album art also displayed. Example below.

Setup
  • 1. Update the bot to version V0.11.011 or above by downloading the latest Dev Alpha Update to Alpha
  • 2. Import the commands from the link below.
  • 3. In master settings make sure “fetch NowPlaying from Last.fm” + Lastfm username is ticked/filled in.
  • 4. In OBS the link to add for BrowserSource/CLR will be http://deepbot.tv/widgets/InfoPanel.htm?dur=6&panel=playing with Width: 400 + Height: 120.

Please note you can edit the the CSS of the widget to match the look of your overlay. Below Is the CSS I added to OBS to make it dark mode as example above.

body { background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0); margin: 0px auto; overflow: hidden; }
#infoHeader {
    background: #222225 !important;
}
 
#infoContent {
    background: #121213 !important;
}
Command:
  • You Can also make a new command !song with the message !internal_songchange_event that will set off the alert for users to run. command Cool down advised.

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Steam Store Price Api


Credits: Ian Chandler
Version: 1.0.1

Update History:
Update (27h July 2019):Removed the user Picture in discord widget (Twitch api key was required plus needs to be moved to new twitch api). To update just download the Command Json text and import the cmds again to update.

Description:
This command will allow you to find out the current price (including current discounts) or when a game is going to be released from the steam Game ID that is provided to it. This command also allows for Discord and Twitch messages to be displayed. Examples are in the two screenshots below.

Due to the nature of the command this command requiring the game ID of a game on steam this is best used in conjuction with another command. Example below.

Setup
  • 1. Download and import the commands into your bot Download Command Json
  • 2. Download and import the Alias commands which are used with thisDownload Alias Json
  • 3. run the !SteamInstall Command to create the text files needed for this command to function. This will create a text file called Steamprices.txt which you can edit to the currency you want to use.
Command:
  • !steamgame <Game ID on Steam> - This is the command that you'll need to use in order for it to display the information from Steam. For example, if you use !steamgame 271590 it will return the information for Grand Theft Auto 5.
  • !steaminstall - The initial command you want to use in order to create the files that are required for this command to function. You can safely delete this command after you have run it for the first time
Extra Information
  • As with all custom commands you can create alias commands which will call the information that you need. E.g. !gta with the message output !steamgame 271590 to give you information for GTA5

Mario Maker


Credits: Wasabi Ice Cream
Version: 1.0.0
Update History:
None
Description:
Allows viewers to request Mario Maker levels to be played, and adds them to a queue.

Setup
  • 1. Create a folder in your DeepBot\custom logs folder called SMM2
  • 2. Just import the commands, and use the !clear command to initialize everything.
Viewer Commands:
  • !level (XXX-XXX-XXX) - User's level is added to the bottom of the queue.
  • !addcom - Can also be used instead of !level.
  • !levels - Will return the current size of the queue, and the current position in the queue.
Mod Commands
  • !next - Retrieves the next level from the queue.
  • !clear - Clears the queue, and reinitializes all counters.

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