I mean, that's pretty much the same thing as using unicode escapes, isn't it?
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Submit a new text post. Keep It Civil And No Witch Hunting Keep it civil and respectful, and do not make personal attacks or use offensive language in addressing others. Where can I find snwflakes for base Discord Emojis add reaction self.
ID in the URL by getting the format to be displayed by my logs when I typed it in a channel I used custom emojis in the end because that couldn't be done with regular ones.