Sidekick - Dice and LFG bot for Discord.

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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.

https://github.com/ArtemGr/Sidekick

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