FAQ

Connection Information

Connecting to SorceryNET: Welcome!  To start chatting immediately, click on the webchat, https://webchat.sorcery.net You can also connect to SorceryNET with any standard IRC client, using the following information.  It is recommended to use the preferred settings of irc.sorcery.net with ssl at port 6697.  The set of servers returned by this Read more

By kobok, ago
News

New Website!

Hi All, Thanks for your patience while we threw together a new website quickly, truth be told we’ve hummed and haw’d over a new website for years, there’s been a great desire for one, but never enough time/drive to actually put in the work, we all have lives outside of Read more

By JC, ago
Network

Server List

The Hubs: Rivendell – UK Warlock – America User Servers: Europe: circe – London gaia – Paris Themis – Berlin North America: Aesir – New York Ember – San Francisco Paranor – Charlotte

By JC, ago
FAQ

Proxy Scans

What is a proxy?   A proxy is a piece of software that allows a user to access internet through a different computer (taking on the IP adress of this computer). This can allow access to the internet from networks which do not have a direct internet connection.   So Read more

By JC, ago
FAQ

Services

Services is a pseudo-server that handles certain administrative duties and allows interaction with the users by means of a few special nicknames. By talking to NickServ or ChanServ for example, you can register your nickname or channel. Services will then watch for other people trying to use it and enforce Read more

By JC, ago
FAQ

Network Rules

To make everyone’s stay a pleasant one, there need to be some rules. We expect our users to behave accordingly, so please take a moment to read them. No harassment of other users or channels This should go without saying, but anything with the purpose of annoying others is not Read more

By JC, ago
FAQ

About SorceryNet

SorceryNet was formed in late 1996 when a couple of servers split from DALnet to form their own network. Their goal was to provide the public with a stable network and helpful staff to make chatting as easy as possible with as little interruption as possible. On the administrative level, Read more

By JC, ago