Add Ons Revisited
Since my last post about my WoW add ons, I have gone through some revisions to my computer system and, in turn, played down on what I needed make my playing experience bearable. And since I promised posts with more substantial material, I have taken the time to make some screen shots for you so you can visualize what I’m talking about here.
Let’s do add ons where I didn’t take screen shots, first.
Reagent Restocker is something I went out and downloaded right away. It’s a light little tool that will refresh my supply of reagents at the appropriate vendors, auto repair my gear if it’s damaged, and auto sell my greys. It will also auto sell or buy any other item you put on your shopping/ sell list as well as stock itself out of your bank. Tell it to auto repair from your guild’s bank, for lols!
Chat Sounds is something I couldn’t live without. It makes a cute little “bleep” whenever I get sent a tell or someone has spoken in raid and/ or party chat. This newer version now gives you several sound choices for chats of any sort.
On to the ones with pictures!
Cartographer is a nice map enhancer. I prefer it because it doesn’t let the map cover my entire screen. I can still activly play my characters while the map is up so I can continue to play my next route.
Deadly Boss Mods is one of those add ons that seems sort of stupid to have unless you are raiding. However, I find it to come in handy while i am in battlegrounds. It has pop up timers and announcments. The timers are what I really use.
Decursive simply makes your cleansing job easier. The raid is displayed as little squares that you simply have to click to cast your appropriate cleansing spell. For example, on Beledash I left click to Reomve Curse and right click to Polymorph if a target is posessed. On Desi, things are a bit more complicated because she has more than one spell unless she is resto specc’d (though I hear in the new patch, this will be resolved).
IceHUD is my new play toy. Instead of freaking out while I stare at my HP and MP bars at the top of my screen, I can now do it in the center of my screen. In fact, I can put pretty much anything in the middle of my screen. Enemy’s health? Done. Cast bar? What the hell, let’s add that too!
Right now I’m having a hard time getting it to let me use a different bar style for each character, but that’s a small price to pay for glamour.
Last but not least…
Quest Helper. Everybody’s favorite power leveling tool that, like Vent and Omen, Blizzard is trying to replace in this next patch. Since I personally don’t care for the in game voice chat or the in game threat system, I’m sure this will still be one of the top downloaded add ons on Curse. It doesn’t require a very lengthy description other than the fact that it assists you with the locations or generals areas you need to be present in to complete yours quests with as much efficiency as possibly. You have the option of raising or lowering a quest’s priority, which is always handy when it keeps telling me to do a three person group quest when I am clearly playing without a group. Sometimes it wigs out on me in dungeons, but this is a small price to pay for the HELP it gives me with QUESTS (hur).
Demonstration in 3…2…1…
This post was pretty extensive. Next, I think I’ll be working on a class over-view from a lazy girl’s perspective. This sure beats posting stupid screenshots of myself playing.
…speaking of which.
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