|$topic <member> [message]
|Set a topic in an empty debate room if you’re the first setter. If you’re not the first to set the topic, then vote on any user’s topic or propose your own. A successful topic change will cause the ELO ratings to be calculated for debaters.
|This command will allow you to vote on a debate. You are ‘For’ the topic.
|This command will allow you to vote on a debate. You are ‘Against’ the topic.
|This command will allow you to start or join an existing debate. You must have already selected a position on a topic for this command to have any effect.
|This command has the same affect as taking the ‘For’ position on a topic and then starting or joining a debate.
|This command has the same affect as taking the ‘Against’ position on a topic and then starting or joining a debate.
|This command will cast a vote for a debater in an active debate. You can switch votes before the end of a debate.
|This command will display the current ELO score of a user.
|This command will end an active debate in a debate room. It will also cause the calculation of ELO ratings and remove the topic from the room.
|This command will give the default ELO rating to users and setup default initialization procedures for ELO ratings. Only Engineers can use this command.
|This command will check all users to see if they have missing ELO ratings, fix their roles and update the database.
|This command will purge the database of all ELO ratings and give them a default rating of 1500. Only Engineers can use this command.
|This command will remove the topic a user has proposed. If an active topic is removed then ELO ratings for that debate will be calculated. Only Staff, Director and Moderator can use this command.
|This commands will limit a debate to a custom list of members. This will prevent members not selected from joining a debate. Members can still vote on a debate.
|Unlock a specific member to allow them to debate or set topics.
|Opens up a private debate back to the public. Cancels any existing private match.