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Timers commands


Parameters are enclosed with < >.
Optional parameters are enclosed in brackets [].
These do not actually go into the command.


Syntax: boss <name>

Shows the remaining cooldown time for a specific boss.


/boss lloyd

boss aliaslist

Shows a list of boss aliases.

These are names you can use instead of using the full names. These are case-insensitive.


/boss aliaslist

boss bosslist

Shows a list of supported boss cooldowns.


/boss bosslist

boss list

Shows a list of all your active cooldowns.

For privacy reasons, only characters matching the tracked world of the current server will be shown. To see all your characters, try it on a private message.


/boss list

boss set

Syntax: boss set <boss>,<character>[,time_ago]

Sets the cooldown for a boss.

The cooldown is set as if you had just killed the boss.
You will receive a private message when the cooldown is over.

You can also specify how long ago the boss was killed, so the time is considered in the cooldown.


/boss set kroazur,galarzaa fidera
When the cooldown is over

boss remove

Syntax: boss remove <boss>,<character>
Other aliases: boss clear, boss unset

Removes an active boss cooldown.


Syntax: dreamcourt [world]
Other aliases: dreamscar


/dreamcourt Gladera


Other aliases: events

Shows a list of upcoming and recent events.



event add

Syntax: event add <starts in> <name>[,description]

Creates a new event.

starts in is in how much time the event will start from the moment of creation. This is done to avoid dealing with different timezones. Just say in how many days/hours/minutes the event is starting.

The time can be set using units such as 'd' for days, 'h' for hours, 'm' for minutes and 'd' for seconds. Examples: 1d20h5m, 1d30m, 1h40m, 40m

The event description is optional, you can also use links like: [link title](link url).

Once the event is created, the id of the event will be returned. This is used for further edits.


/event add 5h Inquisition Quest,Remember to bring holy water!
[TibiaWiki link](

event addplayer

Syntax: event addplayer <id> <character>
Other aliases: event addchar

Adds a character to an event.

Only the creator can add characters to an event. If the event is joinable, anyone can join an event using event join


/event addplayer 136 Nezune

event edit

Use the subcommands to edit the event's properties. Only the creator of the event and mods can edit an event. Past events can't be edited.

event edit description

Syntax: event edit description <id> [new description]
Other aliases: event edit desc, event edit details

Edits an event's description.

If no new description is provided initially, the bot will ask for one.
To remove the description, say blank.

event edit joinable

Syntax: event edit joinable <id> [yes/no]
Other aliases: event edit open

Changes whether anyone can join an event or only the owner may add people.

If an event is joinable, anyone can join using event join . Otherwise, the event creator has to add people with event addplayer.

event edit name

Syntax: event edit name <id> [new name]
Other aliases: event edit title

Edit's an event's name.

If no new name is provided initially, the bot will ask for one.

event edit slots

Syntax: event edit slots <id> [new slots]
Other aliases: event edit size

Edits an event's number of slots

Slots is the number of characters an event can have. By default this is 0, which means no limit.

event edit time

Syntax: event edit time <id> [new start time]

Edit's an event's start time.

If no new time is provided initially, the bot will ask for one.

events info

Syntax: events info <id>

Displays an event's info.

The start time shown in the footer is always displayed in your device's timezone.


/event info 136

event join

Syntax: event join <id> <char>

Join an event with a specific character

You can only join an event with a character at a time.
Some events may not be joinable and require the creator to add characters themselves.


/event join 136 Galarzaa Fidera

event leave

Syntax: event leave <id>

Leave an event you were participating in.


/event leave 136

event make

Creates an event guiding you step by step

Instead of using confusing parameters, commas and spaces, this commands has the bot ask you step by step.

event participants

Syntax: event participants <id>

Shows the list of characters participating in this event.


/event participants 190

event remove

Syntax: event <id>
Other aliases: event delete, event cancel

Deletes or cancels an event.


/event delete 136

event removeplayer

Syntax: event removeplayer <id> <character>
Other aliases: event removechar

Removes a player from an event.

Players can remove themselves using event leave


/event addplayer 136 Nezune

event subscribe

Syntax: event subscribe <id>
Other aliases: event sub

Subscribe to receive a PM when an event is happening.

event unsubscribe

Syntax: event unsubscribe id
Other aliases: event unsub

Unsubscribes you from an event.


Syntax: remindme <when> <what>
Other aliases: reminder

Creates a personal reminder.

You will be notified in the same channel when the time is over.


/remindme 2h check old fortress
Once the time has passed

remindme list

Shows you a list of your active reminders.

The list consists of the reminder's id, the time in which it will be triggered and the content of the timer, linking to the original message.

To protect your privacy, only reminders created in the same server will be shown. In order to see all your timers, use this command on a private message.

Note that reminders created under 60 seconds are not displayed here.


/remindme list

remindme remove

Syntax: remindme remove <reminder_id>
Other aliases: remindme delete, remindme cancel

Removes one of your reminders by its id.

The id of your reminders can be seeing by using the remindme list command.

Last update: February 4, 2021