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  1. I brought you bakaGaijin and Ash Now I bring Discord integration with MTA scripts. MTA already has this for IRC Shoutout to the people who made the Sockets module, you're awesome. Features: -Scripts can echo messages to any Discord text channel of their choosing. -Any Discord channel can be set up to echo all messages to an ingame script. (Including the name of the person who said it, and his role) -One MTA server can send/receive to multiple Discord guilds. Example use: To show how this is useful, I made a small program to echo all global chat to a "global" Discord channel, and all team chats to individual "team" Discord channels. These Discord channels ofc echo messages back when someone posts. As proof of concept for commands, if a Discord user types "!ban name" then his role is checked, and if it includes Founder, the chat outputs "name was banned!" This is the client side script I used for this example: local SECRET_KEY = "15-A-53CR3T-K3Y" --The script works even if your server IP changes. You are mapped to a unique key. local function onopen(self) self:send(SECRET_KEY) --Your MTA server logs in addEventHandler("onResourceStop", resourceRoot, function() self:close() --Break off from Discord end) addEventHandler("onPlayerChat", getRootElement(), function(message, type) --Example hook to capture player chats local name = getPlayerName(source) local channel = "global" --Send to global channel if global chat if type==2 then channel = getTeamName(getPlayerTeam(source)) end --Or team channel if teamchat --Format to send messages is ("discord", channelName, message) self:send("discord", channel, name..": "..message) end) end function onmessage(self, data) local channelName, name, role, message = data[3], data[4], data[5], data[6] local orginal_message = message --The message we got from discord message = "("..role..") "": "..message --Make it pretty if channelName=="global" then --Output to global chat or team chat outputChatBox("(DISCORD) "..message) else local team = getTeamFromName(channelName) local members = getPlayersInTeam(team) or {} local r, g, b = getTeamColor(team) --Color the output for lulz for _, player in ipairs(members) do outputChatBox( "(DISCORD) (TEAM) "..message, player, r, g, b) end end local commandExample = string.match(orginal_message, "^!ban (.+)") --If message started with !ban... if role=="Founders" and commandExample then -- ...and the person who said it had the right Role outputChatBox(commandExample.." was banned!", getRootElement(), 255, 0, 0) end end local function onclose() outputChatBox("The Discord link was closed") end local discord =, onmessage, onclose) That's 41 lines of code, now let's see it in effect. I would love to hear what you think about it.