Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Server Issues

We are aware of a issue affecting all sites, as far as we are aware an update is the cause and will try to fix it as soon as possible.

Monday, 30 April 2012


As many know the sites have been down and there has been issues which l now have more information on.

Long story short Ai has kept his financial situation quiet, however its pretty dire and has now run out of money to keep the server online because he has lost his job, currently l am garnering support anyone wishing to help please contact me on skype via my ID: kodotai

please note from which of our sites you are a member of and l will validate your add request and will explain the situation as it stands.

Wednesday, 25 April 2012

For those wondering

At this moment in time we (meaning I) have no idea why the servers are down, while lm unsure of the exact issues l dont plant on speculating.

All l can say is lve been unable to get hold of Ai to let him know of the issues as l dont have access to the host, long story short all we can do is wait sadly.

Please bare with us -Stoner

Saturday, 6 August 2011

Server Issues

For some unknown reason the main server has become unresponsive and we are awaiting the host to reboot it. sorry for the inconvenience.

Thursday, 28 April 2011

Downtime Issues

Just a note about the current downtime.. due to a slight invoicing issue with the host the site was taken offline.  This is currently being sorted as we speak and we should be hopefully back online shortly.

Server is now back online @ 14:00 on 27th of April 2011 (host finally got around to sorting the issue).

Thursday, 27 January 2011

Setting up your IRC Client.

Many thanks to Xero for the helpful tutorial.

Note: The example used here is based with mIRC 6.34

Alright, so let's hit it up. First off, if you haven't already, go and download mIRC from the main website. (
The latest version, I believe is somewhere in the 7.1s.
You may also try here for an earlier version.
Note: mIRC is not initially a free program. After 30 days, the trial ends, but it should still be usable as long as you don't mind waiting roughly fourty-five seconds for a window to bugger off to let you connect everytime you bring the program up.

Once you have downloaded and installed mIRC, you will need to go into the mIRC Options dialog. This can be found in Tools -> Options. It may also pop up on first-start.
It should look like something like this:

Click Servers, and then click Add.
(An alternative way of getting into the Servers window is to go to File -> Select servers)
This next window should look like this:

Fill in the information as following:

Description: AnimeAi
IRC Server: (If this doesn't work, try
Ports: 6667
Group: AnimeAi
Password: (This field is optional. It goes into the balance of nickname registration with the Network Services NickServ.

After that, you should be set to connect; But wait! We're not done yet.
When you're done, hit Add. Then move down to Options in the mIRC Options Dialog, and hit the Perform... button.

 Make sure the Enable perform on connect is checked to work.
After that, hit Add and select AnimeAi from the Server list that comes up.
When you've added that, select the drop-down list and change All Networks to AnimeAi.
Then in the box, type this:

/join #AnimeOTK
 This will enable you to join the main channel automatically everytime you connect to the network.

Okay, let's continue. Hit OK and return to the Options dialog. Select Connect (As shown in the first figure.)

Now, the top two input boxes can be entirely up to you. You do not have to use your real name, but you do have to use a name. You do not have to use your real email, either. (As I haven't. is not a real email address -- Please do not look for Emailed support there.)

However, the Nickname and Alternative boxes are important. Your nick is the name you will use on the IRC Server. If your first choice of nickname is already taken, then you will use the Alternative nickname that you've selected. When you're ready, hit Connect, and you should connect just fine.

Here's a few links you should check out:
IRC - Frequently Asked Questions
NickServ & ChanServ IRC Commands
Basic commands for both mIRC and JavaChat

Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Partial Server outage

Our second server has gone down, all those who connect via will have problems connecting to the chat server however it will generally forward you to the one thats still online, however if it doesnt please edit the connection variables on your client, this also means all associated sites on the server are down.

The cause of the issue is under investigation.