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Tracking commands

Commands related to NabBot's tracking functions.


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


Syntax: addchar <user>,<character>

Register a character and optionally all other visible characters to a Discord user.

This command can only be used by server moderators.

If a character is hidden, only that character will be added. Characters in other worlds are skipped.


blacklist user

Syntax: blacklist user <user>

Adds a user to the blacklist.

Users can be added by their name, mention, name and discriminator or their user id.

Characters owned by users in the blacklist won't have their level ups and deaths announced.

blacklist user list

Shows the users currently in the blacklist.

If a user in the list is no longer in the server, it will be shown just by its id.

blacklist user remove

Syntax: blacklist user remove <user>

Removes a user from the blacklist.

If the user only displays an ID on the list, it can be removed using that id.


Syntax: claim <name>

Claims a character as yours, even if it is already registered to someone else.

In order for this to work, you have to put a special code in the character's comment. You can see this code by using the command with no parameters. The code looks like this: /NB-23FC13AC7400000/

Once you had set the code, you can use the command with that character, if the code matches, it will be reassigned to you. Note that it may take some time for the code to be visible to NabBot because of caching.

This code is unique for your Discord user, so the code will only work for your discord account and no one else. No one can claim a character of yours unless you put their code on your character's comment.


Syntax: im <characterName>
Other aliases: i'm, iam

Lets you add your Tibia character(s) for the bot to track.

The bot scans the character and other characters on the account and registers them to the user. Registered characters have their deaths and level ups announced on the chat.

The bot will skip characters on different worlds than the world the Discord server tracks. Also, if it finds a character owned by another user, the whole process will be stopped.

If a character is already registered to someone else, /claim can be used.


Syntax: imnot <characterName>
Other aliases: i'mnot

Removes a character assigned to you

All registered level ups and deaths will be lost forever.


/imnot Galarzaa Fidera


Tells you which users are online on Tibia.

This list gets updated based on online list, so it takes a couple of minutes to be updated.




Syntax: removechar <character>

Removes a registered character from someone.

This can only be used by server moderators.

Note that you can only remove chars if they are from users exclusively in your server. You can't remove any characters that would alter other servers NabBot is in.


Syntax: searchteam <name> or searchteam <level> or searchteam <min>,<max>
Other aliases: whereteam, findteam

Searches for a registered character that meets the criteria

There are 3 ways to use this command:

  • Show characters in share range with a specific character. (searchteam <name>)
  • Show characters in share range with a specific level. (searchteam <level>)
  • Show characters in a level range. (searchteam <min>,<max>)

Online characters are shown first on the list, they also have an icon next to them.


/searchteam Galarzaa Fidera
/searchteam 234
/searchteam 100,120


Other aliases: huntedlist

Create or manage watchlists.

Watchlists are channels where the online status of selected characters are shown. You can create multiple watchlists and characters and guilds to each one separately.

Try the subcommands.

watchlist add

Syntax: watchlist add <channel> <name>[,reason] Other aliases: watchlist addplayer, watchlist addchar

Adds a character to a watchlist.

A reason can be specified by adding it after the character's name, separated by a comma.


/watchlist add #friends Galarzaa Fidera

watchlist addfeed

Syntax: watchlist addfeed <channel> [feed_channel]

Creates or assigns a channel to be used as a feed for the watchlist.

This feature can only be used on premium servers.

The feed channel is where level ups and deaths for entries of the watchlist will be posted.

The channel parameter is meant to be an existing watchlist.
New channel is the channel that will be assigned as feed channel.
If not specified, a new channel will be created.

watchlist addguild

Syntax: watchlist addguild <channel> <name>[,reason]

Adds an entire guild to the watchlist.

Guilds are displayed in the watchlist as a group.


/watchlist addguild #friends Bald Dwarfs

watchlist adduser

Syntax: watchlist adduser <channel> <user>[,reason]

Adds the currently registered characters of a user to the watchlist.

A reason can be specified by adding it after the character's name, separated by a comma.


/watchlist adduser #friends Callie

watchlist create

Syntax: watchlist create <name>

Creates a watchlist channel.

Creates a new text channel for the watchlist to be posted.

The watch list shows which characters from it are online. Entire guilds can be added too.

The channel can be renamed at anytime. If the channel is deleted, all its entries are deleted too.


/watchlist create friends
Initial message shown in the channel
Message once characters and/or guilds have been added

watchlist clear

Syntax: watchlist clear <channel>
Other aliases: watchlist empty

Removes all entries from watchlist.

watchlist info

Syntax: watchlist info <channel> <name>
Other aliases: watchlist details, watchlist reason

Shows information about a watchlist entry.

This shows who added the player, when, and if there's a reason why they were added.


/watchlist info #enemies Nezune

watchlist infoguild

Syntax: watchlist info <channel> <name>
Other aliases: watchlist detailsguild, watchlist reasonguild

Shows details about a guild entry in a watchlist.

This shows who added the player, when, and if there's a reason why they were added.


/watchlist info #enemies Nezune

watchlist list

Syntax: watchlist list <channel>

Shows characters belonging to that watchlist.

Note that this lists all characters, not just online characters.


/watchlist list #friends

watchlist listguilds

Syntax: watchlist listguilds <channel>
Other aliases: watchlist guilds, watchlist guildlist

Shows a list of guilds in the watchlist.


/watchlist guildlist #friends

watchlist remove

Syntax: watchlist remove <channel> <name>
Other aliases: watchlist removeplayer, watchlist removechar

Removes a character from the watchlist.


/watchlist remove #friends Callie Aena

watchlist removefeed

Syntax: watchlist removefeed <channel>

Deletes a watchlist feed.

The given channel must be the watchlist's channel, not the channel where the feed is located, for example:
To remove the feed in channel #enemies-feed,a feed for the watchlist in #enemies-45, the command would be used like: watchlist removefeed #enemies-45.

watchlist removeguild

Syntax: watchlist removeguild <channel> <name>

Removes a guild from the watchlist.


/watchlist removeguild #friends Bald Dwarfs

watchlist removelist

Syntax: watchlist removelist <channel>
Other aliases: watchlist deletelist

Deletes a watchlist, even if the channel doesn't exist anymore.

The channel that holds the watchlist will be attempted to be deleted. The deletion of the channel may fail due to missing permissions. In this case, the channel may be deleted manually, the watchlist won't be updated anymore.

This also allows you to delete watchlists in channels that no longer exist. To see the list of watchlists, try: watchlist viewall.

watchlist showcount

Syntax: watchlist <channel> <yes|no>

Changes whether the online count will be displayed in the watchlist's channel's name or not.

watchlist viewall

Syntax: watchlist viewall

Shows all registered watchlists.

When the channel holding a watchlist is deleted, the watchlist is automatically deleted too. However, there may be cases where the watchlist is not deleted, leaving it bound to deleted channel.

Watchlists bound to deleted channels can be deleted using watchlist removelist followed by the channel's id. The channel id is the number displayed here for deleted channels.


**/watchlist viewall


whitelist guild

Syntax: whitelist guild <guild>

Adds a guild to the whitelist.

Only characters in whitelisted guilds will have their levels and deaths announced. If the whitelist is empty, all characters will be announced.

whitelist guild list

Shows the guilds currently in the whitelist.

Only characters in whitelisted guilds will have their levels and deaths announced. If the whitelist is empty, all characters will be announced.

whitelist guild remove

Syntax: whitelist guild remove <user>

Removes a guild from the whitelist.

Last update: February 4, 2021