A Discord bot to streamline running D&D 5e.
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Avrae is a Discord bot designed to help you and your friends play D&D online.
With a custom dice parser, Avrae is one of the most advanced dice rollers on Discord, capable of supporting pretty much every type of roll needed to play D&D. Advantage, disadvantage, and crits are built in, you can keep, drop, or reroll dice as needed, dice can explode, and dice can be bounded.
Want to use the dice roller in your own code? Check out the code!
Avrae can read character sheets from D&D Beyond, Dicecloud, or a Google Sheet, automatically generating macros to roll attacks, ability checks, and saving throws. A player can then simply use a command to make a check, save, attack, or cast, and all necessary rolls will be resolved automatically.
The initiative tracker is a fast way to track combat in a text channel. It supports automatic combatant sorting, HP, AC, resistance, and status effect tracking, and integration with the character sheet manager and 5e content to further streamline combat.
Have a feature in mind that isn't already in Avrae? Avrae provides a fully-featured modding API to write your own commands, and a place to share them with the community!
Check out docker/readme.md.
Avrae is built on Ubuntu, but should be fully compatible with any UNIX-based system. It is possible to run Avrae on Windows, but is not recommended.
You'll need to create a Google Drive Service Account. You can find instructions on how to do this here.
Follow steps 1-3 in the Signed Credentials portion. Rename the JSON
avrae-google.jsonand put it in the project root.
You will need to run a Redis instance to serve as a high-performance cache. Download Redis and run a redis server locally before launching Avrae.
You will also need to run a MongoDB instance to serve as Avrae's database.
Avrae requires Python >= 3.8.0.
Install the dependencies with
pip install -r requirements.txt.
These are the required/recommended environment variables for local dev.
ENVIRONMENT- "development" for development
TOKEN- a valid Discord bot token
DISCORD_OWNER_USER_ID- your Discord user ID
MONGO_URL- a MongoDB connection string (defaults to
REDIS_URL- a Redis connection string (defaults to
NO_DICECLOUD- if set, disables dicecloud connection/importing, otherwise:
DICECLOUD_USER- a dicecloud username
DICECLOUD_PASS- the password for the dicecloud user
DICECLOUD_TOKEN- a dicecloud API token
python dbot.py test.
To test Avrae, run these commands:
docker-compose -f docker-compose.ci.yml -p avrae build docker-compose -f docker-compose.ci.yml -p avrae up -d docker logs -f avrae_tests_1This should initialize an ephemeral database to run command unit tests in. You should set the
GOOGLE_SERVICE_ACCOUNTenv vars to their correct values.
Env vars required to deploy to production - not required for local dev: -
NUM_CLUSTERS- equal to the number of ECS tasks running Avrae -
DDB_AUTH_SECRET- JWT signing secret for DDB auth request -
DDB_AUTH_WATERDEEP_SECRET- JWT signing secret for DDB auth response -
DDB_AUTH_AUDIENCE- JWT audience (default
DDB_AUTH_ISSUER- JWT issuer (default
DDB_AUTH_EXPIRY_SECONDS- JWT expiry (default 5m) -
DDB_AUTH_SERVICE_URL- DDB Auth Service base URL -
DYNAMO_REGION- AWS region for Entitlements DB -
DYNAMO_USER_TABLE- Table name for Entitlements user table -
DYNAMO_ENTITY_TABLE- Table name for Entitlements entity table -
AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID- AWS Access Key to access Dynamo -
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY- AWS Secret Access Key -
LAUNCHDARKLY_SDK_KEY- LaunchDarkly SDK Key -
CHARACTER_COMPUTATION_ENDPOINT- HTTP endpoint for DDB character computation call
Other env vars: -
NUM_SHARDS- explicitly set the number of shards to run -
GIT_COMMIT_SHA- should be set in Travis (required for prod)