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The Best Discord Bots [December 2019]

Posted by Chris on December 9, 2019

If gaming is a serious online hobby for you, chances are Discord is probably installed on your phone or computer. Discord was born out of the necessity for a way to communicate with other players while playing online competitive or cooperative video games. Though the app has a full chat-based application, as well as clients for Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS, the app is primarily known for its VoIP interface that allows for latency-free calls over a dedicated Discord server, making for a better gaming and recording experience than anything you’d see through Skype or Google Hangouts. And of course, the best part of Discord is the price: it’s completely free to use, with Nitro available as an optional upgrade.

One of the best things about Discord is the ability to implement bots, which allow you to add and increase Discord moderation features, add media integration, gaming elements, and so much else. Whether you’re looking for the perfect management tool for your Discord server, or you just want to have a bit of fun with your Discord members, these are the best Discord Bots in December 2019.

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Pokemon is one of the most popular series in gaming, thanks to its memorable characters and addicting gameplay. With Pokecord, you’ll be able to collect and battle Pokemon in the Discord server, using interactive bot commands. While not as fully-fledged as a proper Pokemon game, a lot of the core gameplay elements are there for members of your server to enjoy. This bot works well as a fun casual game for the server, and will fit particularly well if you know your denizens are fans of Pokemon or Nintendo games in general. With random appearances of your favorite Pokemon, options to battle right through the chatroom, and full collections to fill your Pokedex, Pokecord is a must-have.

Like Mee6, BoxBot serves as another way to gamify your Discord server. Using text commands, BoxBot enables combat simulations throughout your chat, complete with options for item trading and virtual currency. As a game, BoxBot is built around opening boxes that appear in chat, which allow you to gain access to an arsenal of weapons you can use to destroy your friends in chat-to-chat combat. There’s a full starter guide available on BoxBot’s website that explains how the bot works, and mini-games, gambling, achievements and more are all planned for future updates, so you’ll want to keep an eye on this bot even if you don’t sign up today.

Dank Memer is a server plugin bot that focuses on…well, you can probably guess from its name. Using Dank Memer, users can make the bot post all kinds of memes, as well as manipulate images, manage virtual currency, play certain sounds…and even randomly kick someone, if you’re a moderator. If you want to make the meming in your Discord server easier, then Dank Memer is the bot for you. If the very idea of this fills you with disgust, then this bot probably isn’t for you.

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