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IRC is an acronym for "Internet Relay Chat".

WoW has been described as an RPG wrapped around an IRC client because so many of its slash commands and chat concepts are lifted from IRC (including, some would say, the atmosphere). The syntax for emotes, joining and parting a channel, and ignore are all familiar to IRC users.

For more information about IRC, go to irchelp.org.

See also

UI channels

The WoWWiki channel is not the best place to ask UI questions - we suggest the following:

List of WoW-related channels by IRC server

WoW IRC (irc.wowirc.net)

  • #WoW - For World of Warcraft users only.
  • Try Now! - For web users
  • #thaurissan - A collective gathering of World of Warcraft players from the Thaurissan US Realm.
  • #ghostlands - A collective gathering of World of Warcraft players from the Ghostlands US Realm.
  • #exodar - A collective gathering of World of Warcraft players from the Exodar US Realm.
  • #idlerpg - World of Warcraft users who want to play the IdleRPG IRC game.

Freenode (irc.freenode.net)

MMOIRC (irc.mmoirc.com)

Data Vertex (irc.datavertex.com)

GameSurge (irc.gamesurge.net)

Blitzed (irc.blitzed.org)

EnterTheGame (irc.enterthegame.net)

Quakenet (irc.quakenet.org)

Stratics (irc.stratics.com)

Rizon (irc.rizon.net)

Other

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