Commands
Command Description Access * Limit ** Alias ***
!sherpahelp See a summary of available commands Everyone 60 seconds
!changelog View the 2 most recent change log entries Everyone 60 seconds
!sherpee manual If you don't want to use the Bungie API activity monitor and instead call !win and !loss yourself, this is for you. Owner/Mod 5 seconds !startcard manual
!sherpee pgcr Use the Destiny post game carnage reports to simulate the current state of your Trials Passage. Owner/Mod 5 seconds !startcard pgcr
!win Record a manual win; note this may interfere with my automatic game tracking behavior Owner/Mod 2 seconds
!loss Record a manual win; note this may interfere with my automatic game tracking behavior Owner/Mod 2 seconds
!complete End your current card regardless of its status Owner/Mod 10 seconds
!progress See the status of your current card Everyone 10 seconds !card
!destiny This is the !destiny command that many people add to their nightbot created by XGerhard. If you already have this handled, you can disable it by clicking the settings icon () in your dashboard. Note that Trials Sherpa Bot whispers responses to anyone that is not the channel owner to avoid chat spam. Everyone 2 seconds globally. Check settings to give each user separate timeouts.
!scout <gamertag/PSN> This command will pull KD, KDA, Win% and Elo for the given player and their most recent 25 trials games. Additionally, if using the advanced stats overlay, the "{scout}" text macro will display the scouting results. See the Overlays page for more information. Owner/Mod 10 seconds
!scoutclear This command clears the scouting information saved for your stream when using the advanced stats overlay. Scouting information expires after one hour automatically, but this will remove the information from your overlay quicker. Owner/Mod 10 seconds
* - mod access to card commands has to be granted via settings
** - commands can only be executed a certain number of times per interval. This will indicate how often you can execute this command.
*** - some commands have one or more aliases. These aliases can be used in place of the command.