about 1 year ago
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Karuta is a collectible card bot powered by Discord that currently features more than 78,000 anime characters. It turns these characters into unique collectibles that you can earn, customize, upgrade, trade, and more!
Here are just some of the reasons why you should invite Karuta to your server.
Other anime bots are fun, but doesn't it suck that claiming your favorite character only matters in one server? Plus, who wants to constantly have their claims reset every other month? With Karuta, your cards, items, and statistics go with you across every Discord server!
Some people prefer manually rolling waifus, others prefer the spawns coming to them. With Karuta, you don't have to pick! Get the best of both worlds by dropping your own cards on cooldown and seeing cards drop automatically during times of high server activity.
Some people just want the thrill of owning their favorite anime characters as cards, and Karuta offers that. For those who want more, Karuta provides a never-ending supply of cosmetic and vanity perks to look out for. Karuta has unique print numbers, card qualities that actually show, and a lot more!
Karuta allows players to trade every card and item that exists. This makes for a dynamic and interesting trade economy that benefits the craftiest of traders. Have a card someone wants? You can barter for their gold, tickets, dust, blessings, or anything else!
No more waiting for months at a time for bug fixes or updates. Karuta’s developers work on a daily basis to improve the bot’s stability and add new features for you to enjoy!
Karuta puts players and economy first. Through extensive logging and an active support team, anyone abusing selfbots or alternate accounts are quickly banned.
To add Karuta to your server, use the invitation link and make sure that you’ve given the bot all of the required permissions.
It’s very important that Karuta has the ability to read messages in every channel of your server. Without these permissions, Karuta will not be able to provide your server with the highest amount of automated card drops. Automated card drops are based on server activity, which is determined only if the bot can see where active text chats are occurring in your server. If you want to disable Karuta’s ability to respond to commands in any channel, simply remove its ability to send messages in those channels.
Karuta works best when given its own channel. When you’ve picked a channel where you’d like cards to drop in, use the k!set command in it to set the active Karuta channel. This tells the bot where to send all automated card drops and prevents server members from dropping cards anywhere except in this channel.
One last, optional step to setting up Karuta is setting your server’s chest goal. Each Karuta server has its own chest, which you can think of as an inventory that belongs to the server. Members of your server can contribute gems to this chest, which can then be used to unlock special perks for your server. Currently, the only server-based perk available is the Abundance Aura. To set this item as your server’s chest goal, use the k!chestset abundance aura command.
That’s all it takes! Karuta is now set up in your server and your members can begin dropping cards and grabbing as they please.
Although Karuta has dozens of commands, which you can find further down this page, the bot’s two core mechanics are dropping and grabbing.
Users can drop cards by going to the server’s active Karuta channel and using the k!drop command. This command will allow you to drop three cards with a 30-minute cooldown. Both the number of cards dropped and cooldown can be improved through items in the gem shop.
Additionally, the server will automatically drop cards based on the server’s chat activity. If many users are actively chatting, cards can drop as frequently as once every minute. For less active servers, cards will drop slower.
When you see a card you want to add to your collection, click or tap on the reaction beneath the card drop which corresponds to it. For example, if the card you want was dropped as the second card in the set, you’d click or tap the 2️⃣ emoji reaction.
If no one else reacts to that same card within one second, it’s yours. Otherwise, all users who react to the card will fight over it. Fighting for a card is a simple RNG mechanic where a random user who reacted is awarded the card, which is intended to help out high-latency players and discourage botting. Players who manually drop cards will always win fights for their dropped cards.
* For a full list, use the command k!help.
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8 months ago
I would like to start this essay with the fact I enjoyed the bot for some time but you cannot love something so flawed wholeheartedly. Eventually, the hobby, activity, or item becomes so draining and or emotionally exhausting it too can become a chore. I beg everyone who does play karuta or encourages others take mental breaks at times. The first main issue I have with the bot is the main server ...
about 1 year ago
Immersive economy bot with the right amount of gacha-style RNG (microtransactions optional) to keep you hooked until the end! The devs are also open to feedback, and new features and cards are added to the bot on a fairly regular basis, so there's still much to look forward to from this awesome bot in the future!