In Discord, rather than log out and in to each account separately, Tupperbox discord bot allows you to have multiple accounts with different names and avatars.
What is Tupperbox Discord Bot?
The Discord accounts created with the bot will be referred to as “Tuppers” by default. Using a Tupper to send a message is called “proxying”. Prefixes and suffixes (called brackets), together termed “proxies,” can be set using a Tupper discord bot.
A webhook is used to send proxied messages. Identify the message as coming from a “Bot” tag, making it hard to tell who sent it. Nevertheless, Tupperbox does not have an anonymization option by default. A proxy message can be reacted to efficiently by anyone to discover who sent it by using ?.
Why we use Tupperbox Discord Bot?
Tupperbox has found widespread usage in diverse communities that benefit significantly from these pseudo-accounts, such as plural communities and roleplay servers. It is successful in these discord communities because they benefit greatly from sending messages under various identities on the fly.
Either when representing someone else on an account or when portraying a character’s dialogue in a roleplay. It includes powerful moderator tools to prevent abuse and an active support community on our support server. There are no limits to the number of Tuppers you can register, and you can arrange them with groups, tags, and descriptions, among other fun details.
How to use Tupperbox Discord Bot?
Like any other discord bot, the help command is the most reliable way to learn how to use it and can be executed by typing tul!help. Even though there is a slight learning curve in using the bot, it is very easy to get started. In order to demonstrate how the bot works, we demonstrate the proxy function below:
Here is an example of a new Tupper I registered and wrote >>Hello! My newly registered Tupper sent me a message which was seen, deleted, and replaced with one that was sent by some other user I don’t recognize.
The greater than symbols (>>text in the example) represent a pattern that Tupperbox looks for in order to activate that Tupper. Replace the text in the brackets with what you want the tupper to say, and Tupperbox discord will recognize the surrounding symbols as an instruction to send the message with your registered tupper.
When you registered a tupper, you can edit its info with commands such as tul!avatar, tul!brackets, tul!describe, tul!rename, and tul!nick, or remove it any time with tul!remove. Details about the bot’s usage can be found in its help command.
For Advanced Users
Respond to a proxy you sent with ❌ to delete it or 📝 to edit it.
Manage your tupper groups and who relates to which with the tul!group command. You can manage server-specific configuration using tul!cfg. For example, to direct Tupperbox discord to deny a specific role from proxying (using tuppers), you might use tul!cfg deny proxies @role.
You can adjust Tupperbox’s prefix with tul!cfg prefix. If your server tends towards a specific usage of Tupperbox, you can direct Tupperbox discord to call “tuppers” something else such as “characters” or “headmates” using tul!cfg rename.
If you find yourself mainly using the identical tupper a lot in a distinct server or channel, check out the tul!auto command to configure Tupperbox to automatically use that tupper without having to type its brackets.
If you find that Tupperbox discord is conflicting with another bot with a similar purpose (such as PluralKit or Jinkaku), you can apply tul!proxy disable to turn it off in a server or particular channel.
You can view your tuppers or those of another user by using the command tul!list.
If you ever stare at who sent a tupperbox discord message (since you can’t easily tell at first glance), you can respond to the message with tul!showuser or react to it with ❓ to expose who sent it.
Use tul!cfg log #channel to establish a channel where all usage of tupperbox discord is logged for connecting. You can regulate your data with the commands tul!export, tul!import, and tul!purge. Tupperbox data may be compatible with other bots that follow a similar purpose, such as PluralKit.
Rules for Tupperbox Discord Usage
Tupperbox is governed by some key rules, as explained. Before using tuppers, please keep these considerations in mind.
- Only create tuppers for your characters
- Never reproduce the tupper of another user (this is a serious infraction)
- Do not create tuppers with tags or pictures which violate the Code of Conduct
- Moderators reserve the right to
- remove any tupper post which is deemed inappropriate
- deny continued use of a tupper on the server