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Discord is the chatting-software medium used to host the official out-of-game chat in Pokémon Revolution Online's network of services. It supplanted the IRC chat for the mantle of PRO's official external chat on April 23, 2017.
By concomitance of its officiality, it is prodigiously the most populous out-of-game chat available for PRO at this time, allowing you to communicate with staff members and fellow community members on a real-time basis.
- 1 Officiality
- 2 Joining the server
- 3 Channels and usage
- 4 Bots and commands
- 5 Discord Staff
- 6 Junior Discord Moderator
- 7 Roles
As the most prominently interlinked out-of-game chatting hub used by PRO, it is accepted as PRO's official out-of-game chat; as such, it is used as the go-to player-support real-time chat outside of the game, as well as a popular hub for conversing with the rest of the community.
Its rules are codified similarly and thus the same guidelines and rulings should be expected here as you would expect from any other medium in PRO's network of services. The chat-specific rules will be delineated below, but do take as a rule of thumb that the rules model themselves after the same regulatory goals pursued by PRO's network of services; that means that you should not do any action that would be rule-breaking as it pertains to the game in this chat (scamming, for example).
As its an official part of PRO's network of services, do bear in mind that extremities of abuse herein could warrant actionable punishment for your in-game account if deemed necessary.
Joining the server
As a bimodal software, it is usable both via the website or its downloadable application-based software. If you have not already registered a Discord account, it is advisable to do so, beforehand, for identificatory privileges and global retention of all your servers and configurations; however, doing so, while beneficial, is not categorically required to join PRO's official server.
To join most seamlessly, you can click on this invitational link; you will be prompted to confirm your acceptance of the invitation, which will officially add you to the server. Alternatively, you can also input the hashed ID in TcAdcPx in the server-joining prompt (click on the plus-button circle) to join it.
Thereupon joining, it is advisable to read the ruleset (#server-rules, which is your initialized tab) before chatting.
Additionally, you are enjoined to classify yourself based on the server; this will colorize your name in accordance to the designated server, accentuating what in-game server you primarily play on. To assign yourself to a server, use the ?rank server-name Server command.
Do note that until you reach the level-7 threshold, accruable through the mee6 bot, certain privileges, such as hotlinking images, will be inaccessible. Experience points are granted by mee6 through posting messages, and your level-ups will be announced.
Channels and usage
To fully comport yourself with the ruleset, it is adjured to be conscious of using the compartmentally appropriate channels; doing so entails knowing all the available channels and their compartmentalistic purposes, which is mostly self-explanatory when viewing the available channels in addition to the pinned messages and topic-headers thereof but is also explained below.
There are currently 15 public textual channels and five voice-chat channels total, which are sectionalized as follows: Rules and Information, Events and Tournaments, Player zone , Trade, and Voice Chats.
Rules and Information
This subsumes all channels used to envelop information users are strongly advised to read, which contains #announcements, #server-rules, #pro-useful-links, #frequently-asked-questions, and #guilds.
These channels can only be posted in by staff members and the Discord Staff; as its namesake suggests, it exists strictly for readable information, and only information-posting is conveyed in there for the sake of chat-log mutability.
Events and Tournaments
This subsection, consists of only one active channel, contemporaneously- #Player-Hosted-Events; which is used as a medium to advertise unofficial tournaments and events hosted by players. Advertisement of one's event or tournament in the said channel can be done by contacting a Discord Moderator or Discord Leader. This channel is non-usable by non-staff members. ('Non-staff members' excludes the Discord staff)
All conversational activity is conducted in Player Zone's nodal section of channels, containing the server's central channel in #general.
While most chatting is done in #general, other channels exist to focalize more specific chat usages: #support, which is optimal to post in for eliciting support from staff and players, in addition to general informational needs; #pvp-showdown, for match-making PvP battles and for general advice and discussions within its purview; #bot-commands, which is where all commands (read the parental section below) should be performed; and #video-streams, where video streams and channels—typically gaming-oriented ones—can be acceptably advertised.
A showcase subsection also exists, subsuming #your-own-art, for showcasing artwork, and #mappping, for showcasing any customly architected maps.
All advertisements pertinent to trading and other commercial activity is restricted to these channels. It is compartmentalized into two server-respective channels, total. An additional channelization #daycare_shops, can be viewed in the "Trades" subsection. It servers the purpose of advertising daycare shops of players. This channel is also locked; only the staff members can post here. Requesting the Discord moderators, Discord leaders, to make an advertisement about one's shop should be done if players desire to advertise their daycare shops in said channel.
All rules within the purview of trading are to be conducted, here, when brokering for trades.
In addition to textually chatting, voice-chatting is also conductible; all channels for it are subsumed under this section. They will be accessibilized as soon as you attain level 7 on the Mee6 Discord not.
There are five voice-chat channels—including a staff-accessible one—and a textual channel entitled #voice-chat. All textual messages posted pertaining to the voice-chat topics and conversations should be posted in the #voice-chat channel, not #general.
Bots and commands
With an assortment of bots plugged into the server, various commands have been enabled for both the staff and server members to use to perform moderatorial, managerial, and informatory functions.
The syntactic prefixes and command scopes will vary depending on the bot, which are sectionally explained below.
All commands are to be strictly performed within the #bot-commands channel.
|?rank server name||Denotes you as a member of the designated in-game server.|
|?invite||Shares the current invitational link of the Discord-server.|
FredBoat is tailored strictly towards the #voice-chat channel, broadcasting songs within earshot of its voice-chat participants.
|;;leave||Removes FredBoat from the voice-chat channel.|
|;;play song name||Melodizes the designated song name, relaying the audio contents of the YouTube video found for it. It will byfunctionally add FredBoat to the commander's active voice-chat channel, too.|
|;;previous||Replays the previously selected song.|
|;;repeat mode||Commands the bot to loop the songs. The modal parameters available are single, which interminably loops the current song; all, which loops through the entire soundtrack designated; and off, which disables the looping, altogether.|
|;;skip||Ends the current song, seguing into the next one that is waiting in the queue of requested songs.|
|!rank @username||Outputs the argumental user's level statistics, including their current level, experience-points progress to the next level, and their rank in relation to the rest of the server's ranked users.|
|!levels||Outputs a link to the official Mee6 ladder where users can view their rank on on the leaderboard.|
|^bguide||Links to beginner's guides.|
|^boss username||Furnishes all data coded in for boss NPCs.|
|^Cooldowns username server||Displays the cooldown period of Bosses, Bug Catching Contest, Subway ticket and Excavation.|
|^dex Pokémon name||Posts all Pokédex data of the argumental Pokémon.|
|^evspots region||Itemizes recommendable EV-training areas encompassed by the designated region.|
|^guild||Manages all guild data in its database. Type ^help guild for more information and parameters.|
|^hideot picture URL||Hides the OT of the supplied picture.|
|^hp||Calculates the Hidden Power from the pictorial contents of the Pokémon.|
|^info move/ability/item||Displays basic data about the processive move, ability, or item.|
|^inspect name server||This command displays the profile of the selected username.|
|^invites||Posts the invitational links for PRO and Reborn's respective Discord-servers.|
|^item item name||Tabulates all Pokémon spawns that can hold the argumental item.|
|^ivs picture URL||Calculates the summative amount of IVs of the pictorially shared Pokémon.|
|^memberslist guild name||Indexes all the members of the designated guild.|
|^move move name||Outputs all attributinal data of the move name, including its obtention information.|
|^msspawns||Transcludes all the membership-exclusive Pokémon spawns.|
|^poketime or ^t||Returns the current Pokétime.|
|^remindtime||Notifies you during the scheduled Pokétime juncture. Use ^help remindtime for more descriptive information.|
|^defaultserver server name||Sets a new default game-server.|
|^repel||Displays the possible repel tricks of the selected Pokémon.|
|^smogon Pokémon name generation||Transcludes Smogon's Pokémon data for the Pokémon and generational subset specified.|
|^spawns Pokémon/map name||Outputs all spawn data for the specified Pokémon or map name.|
|^timeladder server name||Tabulates the ladder of players in order of playtime hours for the designated in-game server.|
|^up||Shows the current server status of both the servers.|
Discord's staff team fields all the administrative and moderatorial personnel of the chat, as they manage and arbitrate the chat.
All in-game staff inherit managerial and moderatorial privileges for the chat, and a specialized staff team fields non-staff members who serve as moderators for the chat.
Junior Discord Moderator
Junior Discord Moderators are the trainees who are to be trained and promoted to Discord Moderators. This is generally the first phase selected candidates go through.
Becoming Discord Staff
The applications for Discord Moderator are always open, but they are regularly and ultimately hand-picked by the Discord Leaders, who vet for moderators out of users they feel are dedicated, well-behaved, and helpful enough within the community to serve effectually within the role.
Sundry other roles besides the Discord managerial and moderational exist. Here is the elucidation of those.
When players gain adequate EXP and/or are level 7 on the Mee6 Discord bot, they are rewarded with the said role. Being able to hot link images and post them directly along with being able to access the VCs are the perks of having this role.
Likewise, when players gain adequate EXP and/or are level 15 on the Mee6 Discord bot, they are rewarded with this role. The perquisites are; to be able to DJ a music bot, modify their server nicknames and successfully use Global Emotes/External Emotes.
Players who contribute to the game in one or the other way in a stable and consequential procedure. In simple terms, they are active players who contribute via different methods, such as; moderating the Discord Server, assisting on General Support in the forums, creating useful guides on forums and so forth.
This role refers to the individual who contributed to the game as a staff heretofore, and aren't a member the team, contemporaneously.
This role has been designed for the reprobate who antagonistic to the ruleset. The individual with this role would not be able to post in any of the channels in the server for a set duration.
This is role given to the contemporaneous staff members of the game. Please visit Staff for more information on this topic.
Gold & Silver
These are the server-related roles. One can assign himself one of these roles by typing the following command in #bot-commands; ?rank <server's name> server
Memer & Meme God
These are the roles given to the members of the server who have won the meme contests organized periodically by the Discord Staff.