Random Reply

When triggered, the Random Reply action responds with a random message from among a set of messages. This message can either reply to a command, be sent to the channel the command was used in, sent to a channel associated with an event, or edit a message sent by another action. All variables and options can be used in the content of the reply.


This section will allow you to manage up to 100 messages to be randomly selected from when triggered. You can manage the content and reactions of the messages (more information below), or click the Add Response button to add another message to the set.


In the Random Reply action, you have the choice for each message to be plain text, or an embed.


The content of the action is the actual message that the bot should reply with when the action is triggered. You can use any variable or option in the content of this reply. These can be easily added through the variable selector by clicking the Clipboard button.


Reactions can also be added to the reply. These can be added by clicking the reactions dropdown and selecting emojis.

These reactions will be automatically added to the reply.

Response Type

The Random Reply action has three response types that change how the message of the action is sent. Below you can find detailed information about each response type and how it can be used.

In commands, by selecting this response type your Embed Reply message will be sent as a reply to the command. This will show who used the command and what command triggered the response. This reply can be hidden by selecting Hide Replies in the command settings, which can be accessed by clicking on the root node of the command (the block with the yellow border).

Optional Variable

You can also create your own variable that can be used anywhere in the command to get the ID of the message sent by the action. This is useful when using Send an API Request in your command / event and you need the ID of the message. Make sure that the name of the variable does not correspond to the name of a default variable or of an another action.

You can copy the variable by clicking the clipboard icon in the section right below the optional variable field.

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