A flexible moderation and logging bot. Famous for working with temporary role management.

General Logging Moderation

MoonlightBot is an extremely powerful and flexible moderation bot, it's been designed to handle server moderation in a very granular way. Some of its best features include:

  • Temporary roles: Add a role to an user and decide when it should be removed, with the possibility of editing the timer later.

  • Detached permission system: You'll be amazed by what you can restrict with command and role levels.

  • Powerful logging: You can choose specific actions to log, in which channel you log them and you can also log the same event in multiple channels too.

  • Infraction history and searching: Whenever you use a MoonlightBot mod command (kick, ban, mute, softban, tempmute etc), an infraction is stored into a database for later retrieving. Also, the logs produced are complete and searchable with Discord's search feature.

  • Infraction notification: Add the --dm-user flag while using a mod command, and the user will be notified the reason of the infraction.

  • Automated creation of a mute role: Never spend hours setting permissions again.

  • Self-assignable roles now coming with an optional expiration date as well.

  • Role persistence: Automatically apply which roles you want if a user leaves and rejoins your server.

  • Reminders: Never miss the time to turn the microwave on again.

  • Role adding/removal through command: No more need ti give your user manage roles permissions.

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Used in 802 servers

22 invites this week

793 invites total

Prefix: m: (or mention). A custom prefix can be added

Submitted: 07/02/2018

Approved: 07/02/2018

Edited: 06/07/2020

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