Basic Configuration

For additional help, join the support server

Customizing the bot's prefix

By default, the bot's prefix is it's mention (@Lightning) and cannot be removed.
Run @Lightning config prefix to manage custom prefixes in a nice menu!

Fine-Tuned Command Permissions


Levels allow you set certain roles or members as a certain level in the bot.
To set up a level, use .config permissions add <member/role> to add and .config permissions remove <member/role> to remove.


Admins are the highest in power with Lightning. They can configure anything on the bot freely and use any command.
You should only give people you trust the most the Admin level.


Moderators are the members of your server who police the server. Mods cannot configure the bot, but they can use a range of commands that help moderate the server.


Trusted are people in your server that you trust. They don't have access to moderation commands and cannot configure the bot. They are exempt from Auto-mod.

Disabling commands

To disable a command from being run in your server, run .config permissions blockcommand <command>.
To undo this, run .config permissions unblockcommand <command>.
No one, not even the server owner, can bypass this restriction unless they add a command override.

Explicit Command Allows

Overrides the current permissions required for a command, so that the role or user can use the command.
To do this, run .config permissions commandoverrides add <command> <user/role>
If you want change the level for a command, run .config permissions commandoverrides changelevel <command> <level>
To undo all overrides for a command, run .config permissions commandoverrides removeall <command>
The bot owner/devs are not responsible for any damage that may happen. Use it wisely.