Do you want to join the Playhouse but don’t want to use Discord, or prefer the more ancient yet cool way of chatting known as the Internet Relay Chat protocol (IRC)? Are you feeling a wave of nostalgia? Or are you just really freakin’ bored? Whatever you’re feeling, it doesn’t change the fact that I have an IRC network!
How to connect
You can connect to my IRC network through the host
6667. Upon connection, your client should automatically join the
#general channel. This channel is the same as #general in the Discord server, and the two channels are bridged. (Anything said in IRC #general will be seen in Discord, and vice versa.)
SSL: Coming soon.
- You can set a nickname with
- It is highly recommended that you register this nickname so others can’t use it.
/MSG NickServ REGISTER <password> <email>.
- To use your nickname in the future, let NickServ know it’s you by doing
/msg NickServ IDENTIFY <password>.