You can no longer effectively host Discord bots on glitch in accordance to their Terms of Service. You will need to host this bot on an actual host for it to be online 24/7, I recommend this article in learning how to do so.
This thread exists purely for educational purposes. The methods throughout are dated, and have much room for improvement. I will not be updating this bot anymore, including changing languages. Please see the replies before asking questions.
It’s about time someone open-sourced a Roblox Verification bot for Discord. So, that’s exactly what I did when all of the big bots for Roblox Verification were down. Also simple things shouldn’t be restricted behind a paid subscription like better uptime.
- Go here, edit the project, then remix it.
- Navigate to the
config.luafile, here’s where the magic is setup.
- If you don’t already, create a Discord Bot application and paste the token in the token spot.
- Fill in all the empty values, everything is described in the file.
- Open the terminal and refresh the project. More detailed steps on how to do so are in the
Firstly, go to the developer portal and create an application and give it a name.
Next, go to the Bot tab.
After that, click Add Bot, this will reveal a page that looks like this:
Click the copy button to have your bot’s token copied to your clipboard, you will use this in
config.lua. Additionally, I recommend checking the “Public Bot” option off.
On the applications page, click your bot. This will reveal a page like this:
Copy the Client ID and replace it in this URL:
I need help or I found a bug!
You can PM me on the DevForum.
Can I use this in more than one server?
No. This will not work nor is it designed to work in more than one guild.
Will you update this bot?
Yes, I will update the bot with more commands or bug fixes as they occur.
Can I add my own commands?
Absolutely! The bot is written in Discordia, knock yourself out.
Feel free to improve the code, report bugs, and edit the project to your heart’s content.
Do not publish this bot as your own or as a public bot for multiple guilds to use.
Thanks for reading!