Posts tagged Addons
Spy is an addon for World of Warcraft, based on RaidTalents that was made on a whim while doing player vs. player one day. I had recently experienced the C’thun fight and thought that the whispers were pretty cool. So I decided to make an addon that, if a player had it, would accept another player to activate sound clips. It may or may not work with the latest World of Warcraft patch.
RaidTalents is an addon for World of Warcraft. It was created as a means to more efficiently organize groups, but has pretty much been outdated with the addition of the Armory and the ability to inspect players’ talents.
The following is from the readme:
Enable better group setups through the use of talents.
This addon enables you to view the talents of other players, if they have the addon as well.
/rt full <playername> “Get full talent spec from player, e.g. “Zardilann is 0/48/3, with the specialty of Fury”.”
/rt single <playername> <talentname> “Check for single talents, e.g. “Zardilann has Cruelty (5/5)”.”
/rt buff “Check for blessings, e.g. “Hergar has Blessing of Kings and Blessing of Sanctuary. Leinhart has Improved Blessing of Might (3/5)”.”
/rt tank “Check for tanks, e.g “Alben is 41 Protection, with Improved Threat. Zardilann is 3 Protection”.”
/rt version “Version check, but will only show who has it, not who’s lacking it.”
It was never released to the public, and much like GuildStats, it only saw limited personal use. It may or may not work with the latest World of Warcraft patch.
GuildStats was an addon created during the Burning Crusade expansion of World of Warcraft. Before the Armory reached its full potential (if it has yet), this addon was used for Officers to quickly get a list of active guild members, character levels and their classes. Until now it was primarily for personal use, so no configuration options exist. It does work with the latest World of Warcraft patch, although I’d recommend checking out the Armory instead.
CritEmote was my second addon for World of Warcraft. Whenever you performed a critical hit, you would accompany it by an emote. Various options where available for limiting the amount of emotes, selecting the type etc. Originally it was called SpellCackle. It never reached the same “popularity” as Fury though, but it does work as of the latest World of Warcraft patch.