Mimu Bot
boost embed

step one

  • create the embed by using .emb create boost_embed
  • you can name the embed anything you'd like, however we strongly recommend naming it something simple and easy to remember.

step two

  • now we can edit the details of our embed to our liking!
  • remember, you only have to edit what you want your embed to look like! this is just a guide, feel free to change things up or be creative c:
  • to edit the author to the user's avatar and name/tag, use .emb edit author boost_embed {user_tag} | {user_avatar}
  • to edit the title, use .emb edit title boost_embed wowww a new booster~!
  • edit the description using .emb edit description boost_embed thank you {user_tag} for boosting! you've received our booster role and 5000 {server_currency}! - we are now at {server_boostcount} boosts :D
  • add a boost icon as your thumbnail using .emb edit thumbnail boost_embed https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/840652464532488202/947591810283347989/EWdeUeHXkAQgJh7.png
  • you can set the timestamp by using .emb edit timestamp boost_embed yes
  • add a footer using .emb edit footer boost_embed we only need {server_nextboostlevel_until_required} boosts to our next level!
  • you can edit the color of your embed by using .emb edit color boost_embed #CF9FFF
  • in the end, you should have an embed like below if you followed the guide exact
our full boost embed

step three

  • mimu now needs to know that we'd like this embed to be apart of our boost.
  • use .set boostmsg thank you, {user}! {modifybal:5000}{embed:boost_embed} to set the boost message to a short thanks, pinging the user, giving them the promised currency, and the embed we just created.
  • we also need to set our boost channel using .set boostchannel #channel
  • in addition to this, we need our default server boost messages on in a channel that Mimu can see. it doesn't necessarily need to be the same channel as your mimu boost message is in, however mimu needs to be able to see the system boost messages in order to know when someone boosts.
the system messages found in server settings > overview
mimu warning you if it doesn't have the correct permissions to see where system boost messages are sent

step four

  • we can test our boost using .test boost
  • testing our boost should yield the results below ::
mimu letting us know that someone boosted!
  • if mimu doesn't send the boost message to the channel, it means it has no permissions to do so. you can check by pinging mimu in the boost channel and seeing if it responds. no response = no permissions.
Last modified 4mo ago