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Knightmare Chat

Join in our weekly chat sessions


When

Knightmare Chat happens on Sundays at 8:00pm (although "unofficial" chats sometimes happen on Fridays and Saturdays too, and the room is always open).

Where

The easiest way to join in is to use the chat widget, below. Just type in a nickname, and hit 'Connect'. Then start speaking!

If you prefer to not use a web interface, you can download an IRC client such as mIRC for Windows or Snak for Mac.

Once you've downloaded a client, you can connect via the secure connection

If the secure connection doesn't work, you'll need to configure your IRC client to join the server manually, using the following details:

Having connected, you might need to join the channel (if you weren't able to specify it) by typing /join #Knightmare

Rules

There are no fixed 'rules' concerning Knightmare Chat, although being civil, not offending other members and other things that are common sense should be a given. Although the chat room is named after Knightmare, conversation is in no way limited to Knightmare, so please do not get offended if we are not discussing your favourite character the moment you enter!

If the chat widget below does not work, then try clicking here.

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