Here is the reference of commands for the Goo chatbot on the Kiwi IRC
None of these are case sensitive.
Reference List Edit
- Goo help - Produces a list of some Goo commands
- Goo link me <query> - Goo produces a link to what the query is on the wiki
- For instance, entering "Goo link me Tengu" (without the quotes) will have goo provide you a link to the page for Tengu.
- Goo ambush <user>: <message> - Makes Goo send a the message you specified to the user you specified, as soon as he or she comes back to the chat.
- Goo cc - Shows the current community challenge from the Pixel Dungeon Reddit.
- Goo add mod <mod-name> - Adds the mod that you specify to the list of mods produced by "Goo list mods" (without quotes).
- Goo del mod <mod-name> - Deletes the specified mod from the list of mods produced by "Goo list mods" (without quotes).
- Goo add mod and Goo del mod should only be used for your own mods.
- Goo list mods - Lists all the mods that have been submitted with "Good add mod <mod-name>" (without quotes).
- [[Article name]] - links you to the article you specify. It works the same way as "Goo link me" (without quotes), but it displays the link to everyone.
- hi - Causes Goo to say: glurp... glurp... (only works when you PM it)
- hello - same thing as hi
- Use "hi goo" (without quotes) to get the the result of saying hi in a PM to Goo
- lol - results in Goo saying: lul (removed)
- goodbye - Makes Goo say: bye!
Creating your own commands Edit
You can create your own commands.
- notes from 00-Evan (the active chat moderator):don't go too overboard and try to avoid common phrases.
Syntax for making a reply message: Goo: <command> <reply> <message>
- <command> is the command text you would type to trigger the command
- <reply> specifies that you would like a reply
- <message> is the text that triggering the command will show.
Note: Goo is not included as part of your command name. Only the text from <command> is used to trigger the command.
Removing commands/command replies Edit
As well as creating commands, commands can also be removed.
Here is the syntax for removing a certain reply from a command
- Goo <command> <dont reply> <message>
- This will strip a certain reply from a command. If the command had only one reply, then this will have the same effect as the command below this.
Here is the syntax for removing all replies from a command
- Goo <command> <dont reply>
In both of these examples, <dont reply> specifies that you don't want a reply from a certain command.