User Roles and Groups#


Permissions are based on groups and levels. Users are assigned to groups and each group has a level. Commands can be run by users who have the minimum level required to use the command.


Spunky Bot has several user groups, each serving a specific purpose.

Level Group Description
100 headadmin The Head Admin is the highest level of authority. A Head Admin has access to all commands and is assigned to the server owner.
90 superadmin The Super Admin is a representative of the Head Admin and has access to all commands including the commands used in the server setup.
80 senioradmin Senior Admins are the highest admins. They have access to most commands except the commands used in server setup.
60 fulladmin Full Admins have less authority than Senior Admins, but still have access to punishment commands such as !ban.
40 admin Admins are the first level of administrators. Their hardest punishment is the command !kick.
20 mod[erator] Moderators are the first step to becoming an admin. They can only !warn users.
2 reg[ular] Regulars are not admins or moderators, but your loyal server population. You would only give regular status to members of your community.
1 user A user is like a self-appointed regular.

New players can use the !register command to get user status. Users have a few commands, but gain extra privileges compared to one-time visit players.

User Management#

Users can be added to any group by privileged admins with the !putgroup command.

Useful Commands:

  • !register - Register yourself as a basic user
  • !makereg <player> - Used by admins to add a user to the regular group
  • !unreg <player> - Used by admins to remove a user from the regular group
  • !putgroup <player> <group> - Used by admins to add a user to the group
  • !ungroup <player> - Used by admins to remove all levels from the user

Senior Admins can add and remove the admin level of players within the level User to Full Admin.


A Senior Admin cannot remove the admin level of another Senior Admin.
Only Super Admins can do that.

In the following example the player 'Adam' is added to the moderator group:

!putgroup Adam mod


Users can only be a member of one group.