Owning a server on Discord means you need to create a hierarchy, but that doesn’t mean the role names have to be boring as all hell.
Quite the contrary – you can create any names imaginable, as long as they have a semblance of meaning and people know what you’re talking about.
In this article, I’ve compiled 100 great role names for your Discord server, and they’re all free to use. So throw a glance below and enjoy!
100 Great Role names for a Discord Server
- Mod Head
- Trial Mod
- Community Helper
- Former Staff
- First Sword
- Second Sword
- Third Sword
- Chi One
- Chi Two
- Boosted VIP
- Super Active
- Extremely Active
- Cookie Monster
The entire purpose of roles on a Discord server is the hierarchy.
It gives every member a purpose and acknowledges their roles in the community.
There’s a sense of progression and penalties when different roles reflect these concepts.
The higher the hierarchy, the more impressive the role names.
If you liked any role names in our list, you’re free to use them as you see fit!
Also, check out my guide on good Discord server rules for more info.
How do I add color roles on Discord?
It’s simple to add a color role to Discord.
You need to go to your Settings for that.
When you’re in the server settings, click on “Roles” and then click on every individual role to edit them.
Go to the “Display” tab and look for the “Role Color” option. That’s where you can change the color roles on a Discord server.
Remember that if you change a role’s color, the role’s name will change to that color.
What are role permissions on Discord?
There are multiple permissions you can issue for certain roles on Discord.
A Moderator can have the following roles:
– Ban members
– Kick members
– Manage messages
– Suspend members
– Send messages
– See voice channels and read text channels
– Read message history
The Owner role should have even more permissions than the Moderators.
Lesser roles will have fewer permissions that grow with their progression through the roles.
Can Discord admins see your IP?
No, they cannot.
They can only see general information like username, description, and the game they’re playing.
They can’t see confidential information like the IP and can’t use it against you.
They may be moderators on the servers, but they’re not admins on Discord itself.
Only you know your IP and other confidential information.