|cutebot is now obsolete and/or defunct. It has since been superseded by Emperor Palpatine, Specialized Egg, and General Darian|
cutebot was a CollabVM bot, created by kekero. It was formerly hosted officially by Dartz. It was created on May 28, 2016, and it stopped operation in 2020.
As of 2.0's release, cutebot is no longer needed, due to it not working with half of its commands, and it being incompatible with the new protocol, and so is no longer running on the main server.
Later on, CollabVM 2.0 was actually taken off the main server due to someone finding a exploit that crashed 2.0, and went back to 1.2.x. Cutebot has been since replaced by General Darian, which is based off of cutebot's source code, but it has its own markov chain.
There was the Discord bot counterpart of cutebot, but it got shut down.
Cutebot's commands and features
You can type
/r34 followed by space-separated tags for a desired picture, tags containing multiple words are joined with an underscore.
Cutebot then uses the TBIB API to retrieve a URL for a random image that matches the given tags. TBIB fetches images from many different image boards (or boorus). By default, it appends "rating:explicit" to all requests, which can be overridden by providing a different rating (either "safe" or "questionable") or telling cutebot to search in all images with "rating:none".
/r34 eevee rating:safe
/r34 femboy konqi rating:questionable
This feature later on got broken due to the TBIB API breaking.
/r34 - there was one another just like it that allowed you to input a query of tags for a desired picture, the syntax with this one is exactly the same except instead of contacting the TBIB API, it uses the E621 API as the command implies.
You can type
/roll, followed by a number for a desired maximum roll. Cutebot then picks a random number up to that maximum, and posts it in chat. You could also specify a minimum as the first parameter like so:
/roll 0 70
On Discord, Cutebot only responds in the following channels:
Cutebot was able to log chat and takes screenshots of CollabVM every minute. There was formerly an online interface you could access at .