Ragnarok Wisdom's Official IRC Chatroom
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Ragnarok Wisdom has an official community channel on
an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) server, EsperNet.
To get there, you have to use an IRC client.
If you already have an IRC client and know how to use
it, just head on over to #ragnarokwisdom once you connect
If you'd like to hang out with us, but don't have an
IRC client, you can use EsperNet's
online client or follow the directions below.
How to Connect to the Ragnarok Wisdom IRC Channel
First, you need to have an IRC
client, or a program that can connect to IRC servers.
These directions use mIRC,
so you'll want to get that. After you're familiar with
how to use mIRC, you may want to check out other programs
Once you've downloaded and installed mIRC, open it.
Once you start mIRC, you'll probably
see a notice to register mIRC if you haven't registered
it as well as two windows inside the mIRC window itself.
In the one with the title bar mIRC Options, enter
a nickname (and an alternative nickname in case your
first pick is taken).
Make sure "New Server Window" is unchecked,
then click OK (not the Connect button).
The mIRC Options window will disappear,
leaving you with a blank window. In the text bar, type:
Then hit enter. Automatically, you will connect
to EsperNet. If for some reason it doesn't work, mIRC
may be trying to connect to a part of esper.net that
isn't working. If that happens, type the following and
Then, try connecting to a specific part of esper.net
by using the name of one of the servers
listed here on EsperNet's own servers page.
One of them should work.
If you've successfully connected, a bunch of text will
scroll by--this is all information about the IRC server
you've joined, including rules of conduct for using
EsperNet in general. Wait for it to stop scrolling,
A new window should pop up. You're in! Now that
you're in the channel, take the time to read the
Channel Rules and FAQ. It's important that you do.