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Superior dice bot for Discord. The link will prompt you to authorize the bot on a server. Once the bot's authorized, you'll see it in the Member List. In a public channel just type any of the commands outlined below and the bot will answer with a dice roll.
JDA strives to provide a clean and full wrapping of the Discord REST api and its Websocket-Events for Java. JDA will be continued with version 3.x and will support Bot-features (for bot-accounts) and Client-features (for user-accounts). Please see the Discord docs for more information about bot accounts.
D-Zone is a graphical simulation meant to abstractly represent the activity in your Discord server. This is not meant for any actual monitoring or diagnostics, only an experiment in the abstraction of chatroom data represented via autonomous characters in a scene.
Airhorn is an example implementation of the Discord API. Airhorn bot utilizes the discordgo library, a free and open source library. Airhorn Bot requires Go 1.4 or higher. Airhorn Bot has two components, a bot client that handles the playing of loyal airhorns, and a web server that implements OAuth2 and stats. Once added to your server, airhorn bot can be summoned by running !airhorn.
DiscordGo is a Go package that provides low level bindings to the Discord chat client API. DiscordGo has nearly complete support for all of the Discord API endpoints, websocket interface, and voice interface.If you would like to help the DiscordGo package please use this link to add the official DiscordGo test bot dgo to your server. This provides indispensable help to this project.
A NodeJS wrapper for interfacing with Discord. You will need NodeJS 8+. If you need voice support you will also need Python 2.7 and a C++ compiler. Refer to the Getting Started section of the docs for more details.
This repo contains the official Discord API documentation, which can be viewed online HERE. Before submitting pull-requests, please remember to fully read the Contributing guidelines. This repository uses special markdown syntax that helps style the resulting web version of the documentation.
Remote Roller is a java tool for roll virtual dice remotely. It is useful for role-playing games and other games that need dice throwing. If a player is playing remotely (i.e. via video-conference), R.R. can handle the dice-related part of the game.
Riggy is a dice `bot for pbIRC RPGs. He is specialized to provide a fair interface for Damp;D, d20, GURPS, White Wolf, Shadowrun and Mirima Tyalie dice systems. He also includes random name generation and miscellaneous IRC utilities.
Please note that you must have a working C compiler and Python in your path for npm install to work. The bot has been tested to work on Windows using Visual Studio 2015 Community and Python 2.7, except for !pullanddeploy. You can create an rss.json file adding rss feeds as commands. See rss.json.example for details.
Connect your App to Multiple Messaging Channels in a Single Integration with W3C Open standard. Broid Integrations is an open source project released by Broid that allows you to easily converse on all the major communication platforms (messaging & voice) without integrating each API.
A very simple application for rolling dice. Intended for use by roleplayers. It is written in C using GTK. Glade project is also providided with the source. Gdado relies in a simple and clean user interface.
This is a project to make a convenient, handy dice roller suitable for RPGs, targetted for MS Windows and KDE but easy enough to port. The program allows many styles of rolling by using a text command for more complicated rolling.