- Dofus IRC channel - IRC for the Dofus game
- External links - Useful external links regarding Dofus and Ankama
- Dofus Discord - Dofus text and voice chat (works from browser), a replacement for the IRC channel
The IRC channel is one of a number of ways in which members of the community may communicate. For others methods see here.
It has since been removed.
If you already have an IRC client up and running, just click to get started: irc://irc.ircube.org/dofus-wiki. #dofus-world on the same server is the official international channel, so may also be of interest.
First, you'll need an IRC client. There are a variety of IRC clients, each having their own advantages and disadvantages.
Here is a list of clients:
You can also connect to IRC through hybrid-software:
Opera web browser has integrated IRC client.
Once you have chosen and installed a client, try clicking the link at the top. If that doesn't work, use the following connection settings:
- Server: irc.ircube.org
- Channel: #dofus-wiki
The IRCube network has a single services bot, Z. It speaks primarily french, but once you register a username, you are able to switch it to English.
Registering a userEdit
/z register <username> <email> <email>
<username> is the username you want. Registering gives you control over that username, so picking your nickname is a good idea. <email> is an email address, used for password emails mostly. Note it has to be written twice, to avoid typos.
Recovering your passwordEdit
/z sendpass <username> <email>
Sends a new password if you have forgotten your current one. <username> and <email> should obviously be the same as when you registered.
/z login <username> <password>
Logs you in as <username>.
If someone else is using your nickname, the following command will change their nick so you can recover it.
/z recover <username> <password>
/z help [command]
Lists all available commands. With [command], gives help for that command.
/z set lang english
Make Z speak English to you while you are logged in.