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Scenario Discord Bot Documentation


Welcome to Scenario's Discord Bot!

Are you ready to empower your community of creators with Generative AI?

Welcome to the ultimate guide to inviting the Scenario bot and creating style-consistent image assets and concept art directly within your Discord server! This comprehensive guide will walk you through the process of inviting the bot to your server and utilizing its powerful features to produce unique and visually appealing image assets and concept art that align with your desired style.

Quick Start - Invite the Bot to Your Server

The method for inviting the Discord bot to your server is relatively easy. You will need to be an administrator on within the server you wish to invite it to; if you did not create the server yourself, you may need to reach out to your administrator to grant you the correct access. The following steps will get you started.

Step 1: Input your API Key

Type /setup in the message bar, select it and press enter:

Agree to the Terms & Conditions by clicking the green ‘I agree’ button:

Select ‘Input api key’ by clicking on the blue button:

Input your API Key


Please note the format is : "API key" and "API secret" joined by a "single colon"

as pictured below; you will paste your API Key into the box, type a colon, and then paste your ‘secret’ without any additional spaces added. Then click Submit.

After submitting correctly you will receive a confirmation message:

Step 2: Set up your first channel

IIt's now time to set the bot in motion. After inputting the API, you'll gain access to both public and private generators within the specified profile. The bot enables you to allocate one generator for each channel you select, giving you control over which members of your server have permission to use a specific generator, based on the chosen channel.

Type /settings, select it and hit enter:

Click Channel Settings:

From the Channel Settings Menu, Click Set a Private Generator or Set a Public Generator:

You will now be on the Generator Setup Menu. Click ‘Select a Generator’

You can now Select which Generator you would like to associate to the channel:

Please note the page selection function, click the left and right arrows to browse between available pages:

Select the Channel on your Server that will host the Generator, remember to use blue left and right arrows to scroll through lists of available channels:

You may now navigate to the channel and simply type /create to begin using the Generator!

Congratulations! You have just set up your first channel with the Scenario Discord bot, and you are well on your way to leveling up your creation experience! For more information on different ways to use the bot, including prompting techniques and example bot channels, check out the links below.

Learn more about using the Scenario Discord Bot by clicking on the article links below:

* How to Prompt

* Scenario Artist Community on Discord

* Using the Bot's Buttons

* The Settings Menu

* Advanced Prompting

* Terms and Conditions

Updated on: 02/05/2023

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