Especially in respect to @rolfls definitely correct and useful objections, Malachi and me just came up with a possible solution:
As mentioned int @rolfls answer some commands are Toys and some are Tools. As a feature-request to the bot, there should be some owner-only (read: mods) command, that sets the bot to allow or disallow calls to the toy-commands.
Every new "learned" command would start out as a toy, until an owner (read: mod, maybe community majority) promotes the command to a tool. In the tool-mode, every call to a toy command will just be either ignored or shunned off.
The command switches the Blue Cheese Monster from "tool" to "toy" and back
CR playtime / CR playtime over
This command may only be invoked by The Powers that Be
This would also require another command:
The command promotes another command to the "tool"-status or back
CR tool [command] / CR toy [command]
This command also may only be invoked by The Powers that Be
Alternatively it could evaluate votes (7 Votes to promote, Binding vote from TPTB)
As there have been some misunderstandings on the purpose of this command in chat, a little clarification. This command is intended as a "partial kill switch". The toy-part of the Blue Cheese Monster can horrendously be abused. Thus Malachi and me thought of this as a way to prevent abuse, but maintain the tool functionality of the bot. This is not meant to be a black/white distinction, just an additional security mechanism