Counter Creation

I’m trying to create a code that displays a counter created by moderators of a channel.

For example.

!fall: Skard just fell into the void! Fall Count= $(count)

This code states that !fall shows, “Skard just fell into the void! Fall Count= 1”

I was able to create a moderator controlled command that would rewrite the code for !fall command. However, this also lets who ever else call’s !fall to up the count. Essentially undoing what we are trying to control as mods.

We used, !setfall $(Skard just fell into the void! Fall Count= $(count))

while !fall is:
Skard just fell into the void! Fall Count= 0.

TLDR:
Is it possible, to have one command control JUST a display counter. Everyone should be able to call !fall and have it display the same number, where as a moderator should be able to alter that number with a specified command.

Take a look at this:

If you would rather have a manual input, let me know.

This isnt working. It ends up going into a split, and shows up in chat like this.
!addcount =
"-ul=moderator -a=!commands edit !count Skard just fell into the void! Fall Count= 13"
!count =
Skard just fell into the void! Fall Count=

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