How to set up PLURALKIT
Please note that PluralKit is made for systems, and should be used by systems. Tupperbox is a good bot if you want to roleplay!
First, you need to add pluralkit to your server!
Please note that you can also create pluralkit members and manage them through the pluralkit dashboard, although its made more for editing existing members, found here!
Then, you need to run the command "pk;s new" (without quotes), this creates a group for your profiles!
- I'm going to put a bunch of commands making a profile named "Bob". You can paste these commands into your discord with a different name other than Bob and a profile will be registered under that name!
- pk;m new bob
- pk;m bob pronouns he/him
- pk;m bob dn BOB [he/him] (This will cause the bots "nickname" to be "BOB [he/him]", I recommend adding pronouns to every memeber's nickname)
- pk;m bob pfp [link to pfp here] (without square brackets, ofc)
- pk;m bob desc BOBS BIO! [all about bob here!] (depends on every person, completely optional)
- pk;m bob proxy text -bob (You can have any proxy! this is what you put in your message to tell the bot who's profile to use when! other examples for proxies are: "B: text", "(emoji) text"
Now, to speak as Bob (or your new profile), end your message in "-bob"! (or whatever you put your proxy as)
With pluralkit, you can also log switches/whos fronting (using "pk;sw fronters name here"), create groups to represent subsystems, layers, and clusters, or just to sort alters. You can also add a system tag (pk;s tag (tag here)) so other server members know what alters belong to what base account!
To make it so you dont have to sign off every message, run the command "pk;ap latch" ! This makes it so the "last proxied person" is the one that's proxied again!
Please check out this if you have any further questions!