mimu comes equipped with a customizable, per-server currency system that can be managed by any user with the
- every server comes with 3 default currency commands to earnor whatever the currency is in that server.🍪
- in certain servers, you may see mimu randomly say something along the lines of,
Quick! Pick up some🍪
with .pick!.When this message spawns, you're able to collect a set amount of currency using /
- there are also a few additional gambling commands, known as /
coinflip, and /
rolldice.some servers may have disabled gambling, though, so don't rely on them!
- some users may also /
dropcurrency for others to /
- everything is configured through the /
settingscommand! all settings and be found there.
- there are 6 subcategories for changing different settings. they are
- all of these are viewable when you type
- for example, to change your server's currency symbol to $, you would run /
set currency symbol $
- as a server manager, you're able to edit settings such as how much users are receiving daily/if picks are set/how much you'd like to tax users/etc.. the list goes on! mimu is highly customizable in this aspect.
- to change your server's currency, use the /
set currency symbol [symbol/emote]command. you can change your currency symbol to $,, or any symbol/emote that you wish.🍰
- if you'd like to have every user start off with an amount of currency when they join, run the /
set currency startval #command. replace
#with a number of your currency that you'd like every user to start with.
- if you'd like every user's balance to be saved when they leave, run the /
set misc saveonleave oncommand. this ensures that every user's balance will be saved on leave.
- to change the amount earned per click on /
clickcake, you should use /
set currency mallowval #, replacing
#with whatever amount of currency you'd like users to earn per click.
- you can also change the cooldown of /
clickcake, using /
set cooldowns mallowcooldown #.please note that the cooldown # is in minutes.
- as well as changing the /
clickmallowrates, you can also change the rates earned on /
- to change /
petvalues, you can use /
set currency workvalmin #&
/set currency workvalmax #. please note that "work" used to be an alias for
/pet, and aligns closely to work commands in other currency bots.
- to change the cooldown, use /
set cooldowns workcooldown #. please note that the cooldown # is in minutes.
- to change /
snugglevalues, you can use /
set currency dailyvalmin #&
/set currency dailyvalmax #. please note that "daily" used to be an alias for
/snuggle, and aligns closely to daily commands in other currency bots.
- to change the cooldown, use
/set cooldowns dailycooldown #. please note that the cooldown # is in minutes.
- along with default commands, you can also set up picks.
- picks can be set up by using
/set pick pickchannels #channel #channel . .. the channel(s) you mention is where mimu will spawn picks.
- you may notice that you're earning less than you'd like from picks. luckily, you can customize those settings as well!
- to change the values of what users earn from picks, use
/set pick pickvalmin #&
/set pick pickvalmax #. this sets the minimum and maximum amount of currency able to be earned on a successful pick.
- to change whether you'd like users to type a code when picking, use
/set pick pickhard True. this prevents copy/paste.
an example of what a pick looks like with pickhard enabled
- if you'd only like one user to be able to pick at a time, use
/set pick picktype single. this ensures that when a pick spawn, only one user can pick it up. the pick message stays until a person picks it up
- if you'd like multiple users to be able to pick, use
/set pick picktype multiple. this allows picks to be picked up by multiple users at a time, only lasting somewhere between 5-10 seconds.
- want picks to spawn more/less often? use
/set pick pickspeed [option]. the options are
very fast/fast/medium/slow/very slow. for example, if i want my picks to spawn very often, i'd use
.set pick pickspeed very fast.
- picks only spawn in an active chat! they will randomly spawn while users are actively chatting.
- activity channels are channels you can set where users can gain currency for actively chatting.
- these are different than picks, as users earn this currency automatically without running a command.
- the default cooldown for earning currency while activity channels are set is 30 seconds. so if a user sends 3 messages in 30 seconds, they will only receive currency for one of those messages, not all 3.
- to set activity channel(s), use
/set activity activitychannels #channel #channel . . .
- you can also customize what amounts/how often a user will receive currency for being active.
- to change the min/max, the commands
/set activity activityvalmin #&
/set activity activityvalmax #will do that.
- PREMIUM SERVERS ONLY: only premium servers can change the cooldown of activity earning. to change the cooldown, the command is
/premiumset activitycooldown #. please note that the cooldown # is in seconds.
- you may notice that your users are earning more than you'd like off of gambling alone. you're able to control how much they're betting!
/set currency betmax #will change the maximum they're allowed to bet, whereas
/set currency betmin #will change the minimum they're allowed to bet.
- along with controlling gambling, you can also control how much they're receiving from other users or if they should be taxed while giving or dropping currency to another user.
- to change the max/min of how much a user can give another, use
/set currerncy transfermax #and
/set currency transfermin #respectively.
- in order to set a tax on giving/dropping currency, you must use
/set currency transfertax #. please note that the # should be replaced with the percent you want users taxed.
- for example, if i want a 5% tax on
/drop, i would run
/set currency transfertax 5
- role income is a setting you can turn on to allow users to receive income if they have a certain role.
- its usage is
/set misc roleincome [hourly/daily/weekly/remove] @role #
- non-premium servers can have up to 3 roles set for roleincome, whereas premium servers are allotted space for 10 roles.
- to remove a role from earning income, use
/set misc roleincome remove @role