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IRC is a place where people of all types go to chat and share files. IRC was very popular in the late 90s and early 00s for warez. It was also very popular for gaming clans to meet in order to coordinate themselves better.

These days, most social websites have a channel on some IRC network, even if it's not entirely obvious. IRC can be accessed through a web browser, making it seem as though it's just some sort of internal website chat, even though it's actually IRC based.

You can connect to IRC right now without any extra setup. Visit the webchat page for LURKMORE IRC, enter your username and the channel you want to join (#chanchan, #malegeneral, #tranchan). That's it, you're ready to chat.

LURKMORE IRC Information

IRC network:
Network Channel: #lurkmore.[1]

IRC Channels

The channels for each site are listed below. You can also get a full list of channels on the network by entering the command /list into your client.


#chanchan is the channel that CHANCHAN moved to after it was decided that EnterTheGame was not a suitable network for the site. Since the birth of CHANCHAN, the channel moved through six IRC networks until it reached the current one.

  • Click to connect in your client: #chanchan
  • Copy & paste into your client: /server -m -j #chanchan


#malegeneral is where fags hang out. This is currently the most popular channel on the network.


#tranchan is where the regulars of TranCHAN should meet.

  • Click to connect in your client: #tranchan
  • Copy & paste into your client: /server -m -j #tranchan

IRC Clients

You can get a list of all the clients available on the Wikipedia page for Comparison of Internet Relay Chat clients. Some suggestions are listed below.


Opera Web Browser and Pidgin have IRC built in.


mIRC is a great client for Windows (download mIRC here, install instructions in info.txt), though there are many more to choose from that may fit you better.


For Macs you can use Colloquy.


If you are using Linux and you can't figure it out, that's a shame.

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