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|new 1.0.1||Jan 17, 2021|
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|0.9.1||Nov 24, 2020|
|0.8.0||Nov 15, 2020|
|0.7.1||Sep 13, 2020|
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A Discord bot that rolls RPG dices, with aliases management and reaction to critics, written in Rust.
You need to host the bot yourself.
- Create an application on Discord https://discord.com/developers/applications
- Create a bot
- On your bot server, set an environment variable named
DISCORD_TOKENwith the bot's token.
- Run the bot
https://discordapp.com/oauth2/authorize?client_id=CLIENTID&scope=bot, replace CLIENTID with the value of your application Client ID (in "General Information).
- Go the this modified URL and allow the bot to your Discord's server.
/help to get all the available help and
/help <command> to get help on the command.
/roll xdy [OPTIONS][TARGET][FAILURE][REASON] (or "/r" for short) rolls x dices of y sides Options: + - / * : modifiers e# : Explode value ie# or !# : Indefinite explode value K# : Keeping # highest (upperacse "K") k# : Keeping # lowest (lowercase "k") D# : Dropping the highest (uppercase "D") d# : Dropping the lowest (lowercase "d") r# : Reroll if <= value ir# : Indefinite reroll if <= value Target: t# : Minimum value to be a success tt# : Minimum value to be double success t[x, y, z, …]: Value to consider as success Failure: f# : Value under which it is count as failure Reason: : : Any text after `:` will be a comment
See the underlying crate
caith's Readme for the full syntax
Some games have special rules to interpret the dices and Dìsle supports some:
- "OVA: The Anime Role-Playing Game" result (
/r ova(<number>), ex:
- "Hong-Kong : Les Chroniques de l'Étrange" (
/r cde(<number of dice>, <element>), ex:
/r cde(5, fire))
- PS in French: Vu que le jeu est Français, on peut écrire les éléments en FR aussi, le résultat sera en Français !
You can now use a deck of cards. In a server channel:
- create a shuffled deck of cards:
/newdeck or /nd <nb_of_joker>
- draw cards from the deck:
/draw or /d <nb_of_cards>
sto draw cards secretly:
/d <nb_of_cards> s
- reveal your secret draw:
/reveal or /rev
- discard your secret draw:
/discard or /dis
- shuffle the deck again:
/shuffle or /sh
- query how many cards left in the deck:
Aliases can be set per channel and per user. Basically, they store some expression and can
be called instead of a dice command. Imagine the alias
FS has been setup to be
1d6! - 1d6!. You can then do:
/r $FS > Geob roll:  -  Result: 5
Global aliases are accessible to all the user in the channel.
You can set a global alias:
/alias setg fs 1d6ie6 - 1d6ie6 > Alias `$FS` set /r $FS > Geob roll:  -  Result: -1
You can delete a global alias:
/alias delg fs
Global aliases are turned uppercase in order to distinguish them from user's aliases when using them.
Only the server's owner, user with
Administrator permission and specifically allowed
users can manage global aliases.
To allow user to tamper with the global aliases:
/alias allow @User<Tab> @User2<Tab> /alias disallow @User<Tab> @User2<Tab>
It is important to use the
Tab key to complete the user to get the mention.
Once in the list, the user can add/delete global aliases without having Administrator permission.
Each user can set their own alias only accessible by them:
/alias set att d20 /r $att > Geob roll:  Result: 11
Users aliases are turn to lowercase to avoid conflict with global ones.
When setting an alias, you can use aliases. Global aliases can only use other global aliases and users can refer to either their own aliases or global ones:
/alias setg ATT d20 /alias set att $ATT + 4 /r att > Geob roll:  + 4 Result: 16
Alias expansion occurs on use. So you can do things like that:
/alias setg ATT d20 /alias set att_bonus +4 /alias set att $ATT $att_bonus /r att > Geob roll:  +4 Result: 15 /alias set att_bonus +5 /r att > Geob roll:  +5 Result: 16
att_bonus has an impact on
Global alias can reference a user alias:
/alias setg DAG d20 + $dagger
but on calling the alias, if the user don't have
$dagger defined or if a cycle occurs,
you'll get an error.
Of course, if you go messy and delete aliases referenced in others, you'll end with alias not found errors on use.
In a roll expression, if a dice reach its minimum value or maximum value, a reaction is added to the response to highlight it.
Another reaction is added if the expression does not contain any die, ex:
/r 20 + 4
(because sometime, we miss the
d when typing
/r d20 :p).