Red is a fully modular bot – meaning all features and commands can be enabled/disabled to your liking, making it completely customizable. This is a self-hosted bot – meaning you will need to host and maintain your own instance. You can turn Red into an admin bot, music bot, trivia bot, new best friend or all of these together!
Installation is easy, and you do NOT need to know anything about coding! Aside from installing and updating, every part of the bot can be controlled from within Discord.
The default set of modules includes and is not limited to:
Additionally, other plugins (cogs) can be easily found and added from our growing community of cog repositories.
The following platforms are officially supported:
If after reading the guide you are still experiencing issues, feel free to join the Official Discord Server and ask in the #support channel for help.
Red is fully modular, allowing you to load and unload plugins of your choice, and install 3rd party plugins directly from Discord! A few examples are:
Feel free to take a peek at a list of available 3rd party cogs!
Red is in continuous development, and it’s supported by an active community which produces new content (cogs/plugins) for everyone to enjoy. New features are constantly added. If you can’t find the cog you’re looking for, consult our guide on building your own cogs!
Join us on our Official Discord Server!
Released under the GNU GPL v3 license.
Red is named after the main character of "Transistor", a video game by Super Giant Games.
Artwork created by Sinlaire on Deviant Art for the Red Discord Bot Project.
This project vendors discord.ext.menus package made by Danny Y. (Rapptz) which is distributed under MIT License. A copy of this license can be found in the discord-ext-menus.LICENSE file in the redbot/vendored folder of this repository.