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Community Made Commands

Important: Community-made commands are community-built commands and are NOT officially supported by Deepbot.
Important: These commands do utilize VIP-only custom command variables.
Important: If commands that require an API are spammed more than 40 times per minute, the API may blacklist you for 24 hours!

List Last Updated 8th Apr 2018
Update Notes List is currently being updated to a more readable format in order to keep consistency. Please bare with us while this change is taking place.

Below you will find a list of commands that staff and the community have made to import into your bots. These provide various things like the “Made it rain” command to shower your chat with currency or “Cooldown Per User” to add command cooldown as per command use instead of a global cooldown for all user.

Note: If you have any trouble setting the commands up, please contact the creator of the command. It is advised to check back every so often and re-import commands in case any changes have been made to the commands.

Guide on Importing Commands: How to Import Commands

Table of Contents


Advance Caster


Credits: Ian Chandler
Version: 1.1.0
Update History:
v1.1.0 - 14th October 2016 - Fixed the game API to get the right game.
Description: The command below is a bit more of an advanced caster command that checks to see if the user has been in your channel and, if not, it will say that the user is invalid!

Requirements
  • VIP Membership
Setup
Command
  • !caster [user] - Initial Command for Streamer to use. Example: !caster ExpertsOnline
Extra Information
  • This command will create 2 text files in your Custom Logs Folder. These files are caster.txt and castercheck.txt.

Autohost Raffle


Credits: Presidante
Version: 1.0.0
Update History:
None
Description: This command will allow your bot to create a raffle that will autohost the winner on your channel. This command is a looping command so will run until you tell it to stop (Either by disabling the commands or closing the bot). This command was originally created to deal with a query a user had regarding having similar features in the bot to electricalskateboard whom I'm sure we've all seen in our channels.

Requirements
  • VIP Membership
Setup
  • Import the following command into Deepbot: Download JSON
  • Unzip the following folder structure to the “Custom Logs” folder. You can find this in the same folder where Deepbot is installed. If successful in this step you should see a folder called “AutoHost” in your “Custom Logs” folder
  • Link to Folder: Download ZIP
Commands
  • !startautohost - Command that initially needs to be run manually. This is set to run every 15 minutes (900 seconds) automatically once it has been triggered.
  • !hostme - Command that viewers will use to be entered into the raffle.
Extra Information
  • It goes without saying, this command is intended to be used when your stream is OFFLINE. You may wish to disable these commands if they are running before you start your stream up.
  • This command makes use of one of Ian Chandler's APIs to check to see if the channel that is picked at random is currently live (You can't host a channel which isn't live). If RNJesus picks 3 entries whos channel isn't currently live it will discard the rest of the entries and loop back around to the beginning. You can change the number of attempts by changing the check in !hostwinner
  • For this command to work you will need to have connected your streamer account to Deepbot. This is because it makes use of @sendstreamermsg@ to send the host command on a successful pass.
  • Be aware that you can host 3 channels in a 30 minute period. You can go as low as 10 minutes (600 seconds) and this command should still work. Any lower than this, however, may cause the command to not work correctly. Default Value: 15 Minutes
  • A random ID is created on the generation of each raffle. This ID is used to check to see if a viewer has entered the raffle before. In the extremely rare case (As in, should never happen) that this ID is the same as the previous, viewers who entered the raffle previously will not be able to enter the raffle unless you delete their text files in the “Users” folder.
  • Any questions please let me know in the Discord. Although my tests with this command have been successful you may find that issues present themselves which you cannot fix

Ban


Credits: Ian Chandler
Version: 1.0.0
Update History:
None
Description: The command below allows users to ban others without having mod status! This will also log each ban in the custom logs folder in which you will need to make two folders: Logs and Ban. Logs will be in custom logs and Ban should be in Logs. It will create custom logs for each user that uses the command.

Requirements
  • VIP Membership
Setup
  • Import the following code into Deepbot: Download Json
  • Create one Folder inside your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder named “Logs”
  • Create a second folder inside the “Logs” folder named “Ban”
Command
  • !ban [user] - Initial Command for viewers to use. Example: !ban ExpertsOnline

Cooldown Per User


Credits: Ian Chandler
Version: 1.0.0
Update History:
None
Description: This command can be added to other commands for a custom cooldown time that applies to each user! You will need to make a folder in custom logs named whatever you want, but replace the Cooldown/@user@.txt in the commands to WhateverYouNamedFolderHere/@user@.txt.

Requirements
  • VIP Membership
Setup
  • Import the following code into Deepbot: Download Json
  • Create One Folder inside your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder named “Cooldown”
  • Name “!cooldown” command to the name of the command you want ran. Rename the original command to something else.
  • Put the Renamed Command into the command chaining part of the “!cooldownpass” command
  • Use !setcooldown to set the number of seconds you want the cooldown to be per user.
Extra Information
  • You can setup multiple folders for multiple commands that need a cooldown per user. You would need to edit the commands to change the @readfile@/@savefile@ parts to the correct folder.

* You will have to change the folder in which the limit file is in


Death Count


Credits: JWhite8559
Version: 1.0.0
Update History:
None
Description: The command below is a custom death counter!

Requirements
  • VIP Membership
Setup:
  • Import the following command into Deepbot: Download Json
  • In the custom logs folder, create a text file called “deathcount”.
Commands
  • !deathcount - Command for viewers to see current death count.
  • !adddeath - Add one death to the death counter [Mod/Streamer]
  • !adddeath <number> - Add the number of deaths specified to the death counter. For example, !adddeath 2 = +2 Deaths [Mod/Streamer]
  • !setdeath <number> - Set the number of deaths to the number specified. E.g. !setdeath 3 [Mod/Streamer]
Extra Information
  • You can use the text file that is created with this command to output your death counter on screen to OBS/XSplit if you wish.

Fortune Cookies


Credits: Ian Chandler
This command will give a user there fortune for the day!

Setup
  • 1. Create One Folder inside your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder named “Fortune”
  • 2. Make a Text File Named “limit” in your “Fortune” folder. Put the number of seconds you want the cool down to be per user. Recommended: 21600 (Which is 6 hours)
  • 3. Save the cookies.txt link below and also place it inside of your “Fortune” folder or you can make your own file with the name fortunecookie.txt!
Viewer Command:
  • !fortune - Command for viewers to get there fortune for the day.

Download Txt
Download Json


Giveaway


Credits: Ian Chandler and JWhite8559
The command below is a custom giveaway system designed by me and jwhite for others to use! This command will check if a user is following the channel and if they have enough points to enter the Giveaway.

Setup:
  • 1. Make a Folder Named “Giveaway” in your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder.
Viewer Command:
  • !giveaway - Command for viewers to enter the giveaway.
Streamer/Mod Commands:
  • !giveawaydraw - Draws a viewer from the giveaway pool
  • !giveawayopen [cost] [item] - Initial Command to Start a Giveaway.
  • !giveawayreset - Command to set up the commands files.

Update (10th November 2016): fixed the open check to see if they entered before.
Update (2nd January 2017): added a number check for the cost of the giveaway.

Ian Chandler Download Json OR JWhite8559 Download Json


Host Reward


Credits: RepentGamingTV fixed by Ian Chandler
The command below is meant for streamers that want to reward their viewers for hosting them.

Important: If you do not setup the “limit” text file with number of seconds for the cool down, viewers can abuse this for points.

Setup:

Note: You can refer to this thread for some images: Here

  • 1. Make a Folder Named “HostReward” in your Deepbot Folder Custom Logs Folder.
  • 2. Make a Text File Named “limit” in your “HostReward” folder. Put the number of seconds you want the cool down to be per user. Recommended: 21600 (Which is 6 hours)
  • 3. (Optional) Edit the !hostrewardfail command with the message you want to say to the user if they are on cool down for hosting. I left it blank for less spam.
  • 4. Go to your Config Tab Master Settings Misc Settings. Look for the Host Chat Message and put “!hostreward @numviewers@ @user@”

Update (9th November 2016): Fixed the reward to be changed to custom language.
Update (4th March 2017): Fixed the sysem to work with the new twitch update!.
Update (26th June 2017): Add a live check to only reward if the streamer is live!.

Download Json


Host Reward V2


Created By: Ian Chandler
Date: 14th January 2018
Description: Allow viewers to be rewarded for hosting the streamer.

Pre-Requisite

You need to have setup Discord integration for this command to function. This is because the command will make use of the “Going Live Message” functionality (Which is run when your stream goes live). If you haven't set up this integration yet and would like to know how, please click the following link - Discord Streamer Setup Guide

Due to this command also making use of the Twitch API you will also need to follow the following guide in order to get your API Key and Channel ID. If you don't do this the command won't function properly. Please click the following like and follow the guide up to step 6 in the Pre Setup Section - Discord Embed Builder Going Live Guide

Import

Download HostRewards V2 Json

Please import the above into your Deepbot then follow the steps below.

Setup
  • 1. Run the !hostreward_setup command to set up the needed files and folders. After this has been completed you can delete this command as it is not needed anymore.
  • 2. Click on Config → Master Settings → Misc Settings
  • 3. Scroll down until you see Host Chat Message. In this box put the following: !hostreward @user@ @numviewers@
  • 4. Scroll down until you see Go Live Broadcast Msg. In this box put the following: !goinglive

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@*.

Download Json


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.

Download Json

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@*.

Download Json


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

Download Json


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.

Download Json


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.

Download Json


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.

Download Json


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

Download Json


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

Download Json


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: Ianchandler1990/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.

Download Json

user_custom_commands.txt · Last modified: 2018/10/13 03:23 by ianchandler1990