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/nick nickname
      Example: type /nick tengkorak
      What it looks like: I typed /nick tengkorak
      *** skull is now known as tengkorak

/me message
      The /me is an action message.
      Type /me ‘does anything’
      Example: /me waves hello
      What it looks like:
      * tengkorak waves hello

/msg nickname message
      Type /msg nickname (message) to start a private chat.
      Example: /msg tengkorak Hey tat, how are you?
      What it looks like:
      -> *tengkorak* Hey tat, how are you?


/msg Nickserv REGISTER password email-address
      This will register your current nickname with NickServ. This will allow you to assert some form of identity
      on the network and to be added to access lists. Furthermore, NickServ will warn users using your nick without
      identifying and allow you to kill ghosts. The password is a case-sensitive password that you make up. Please
      write down or memorize your password! You will need it later to change settings. You have to confirm the
      email address. To do this, follow the instructions in the message sent to the email address.

/msg Nickserv IDENTIFY password
      Identifies you with services so that you can perform general maintenance and commands that
      require you to be logged in.

/msg NickServ GHOST nickname password
      Disconnects an old user session, or somebody attempting to use your nickname without authorization.
      If you are logged in to the nick’s account, you need not specify a password, otherwise you have to.

/msg NickServ RELEASE nickname password
      Removes an enforcer for your nick or changes the nick of a user that is using your nick.
      Enforcers are created when someone uses your nick without identifying and prevent all use
      of it. If you are logged in to the nick, you need not specify a password, otherwise you have to.

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