General

ArchiBoT, apart from automated activity also includes additional (optional) features for you to use as a group member, and they'll be explained below.

Activity

ArchiBoT heavily makes use of having you on its friendlist, as it enables a whole level of additional features that we'd like you to have. Apart from executing commands (below), you'll be notified privately on all important group announcements and SG warnings (such as you entering a giveaway you're not eligible for before getting kicked). It's also a requirement for certain activity to work, for example it allows ArchiBoT to check whether you own given DLCs that Steam API normally doesn't expose, which makes !2hugib commands work for all apps released on Steam, on top of extra filtering available on the website and alike. We heavily recommend you to keep ArchiBoT on your friendlist, as without that you're intentionally cutting yourself from all important notifications, especially the ones that affect you personally (such as ArchiBoT giving you time to correct your mistake before outright kicking you when you join a giveaway you're not eligible for). Still, if you insist, it's not mandatory and fully your choice.

Commands

Here we list group-specific commands that can be executed in chat with ArchiBoT. Their usage is entirely optional.

!2hu command allows you to check a short version of your Touhou profile, such as number of giveaways and points.

!2huafk command allows you to check your current group activity and past AFK infractions. It also allows you to check the time you have left until your next infraction.

!2hugib <gameID> (type) command allows you check giveaway potential for given game. It shows number of people that wishlisted/do not own the game, as well as extra data such as automatically-calculated community multiplier. gameID argument is mandatory and it must be a valid ID of the game coming from the Steam store itself. type argument is optional and specifies the type of that gameID. It defaults to "app" which is what you'll use most of the time in order to check Steam appIDs (single games or DLCs). However, when checking Steam's subID (package), you want to use "sub" type instead.