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  • Home » Addons, General, Icesnake, Leveling Tips, Mists of Pandaria, Professions, PvP, Quests, Raiding, Scenarios

    Icesnake’s Add-on Emporium: WoW 5.1 (2013); Essential Add-ons

    Posted on Jan 9, 2013 by: Icesnake Frostfyre
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    I am the Icesnake, and this is my Emporium.

    This is the first segment to be recorded for 2013, and I thought I’d make it longer than usual, and list the add-ons that I consider essential.

    For everyone, I recommend ArkInventory, AutoProfitX2, and BankStack. These three add-ons will help you keep your bags and bank organized, and turn junk items into a little jingle in your pockets. If your toon uses the Auction House to either buy or sell, you should also grab AuctionLite. For buyers, don’t forget AuctionLite: Improved Search.

    For your trade skills, you’ll want Advanced Trade Skill Window. If you dig, you also want Archeology Helper. Archy is also worth having on your dig sites.

    When leveling a toon, Carbonite can make finding your quest objectives much easier, and it provides a lot of other benefits as well.

    For PvP, you absolutely must have Healers Have To Die. In addition to making it easier to target enemy healers, it will warn you when friendly healers are under attack.

    Speaking of healers, if you are one, you will want Healbot Continued.

    Toons with crowd control abilities need ControlFreak.

    And for running scenarios, instances and especially raids, you need GTFO, Deadly Boss Mods, and Omen threat Meter.

    And finally, for the sake of your sanity, you should have Infinite Ignore, which is outdated but perfectly functional; DuelResponse; BugGrabber, and BugSack.

    There are many other add-ons that are useful, of course, but these (or similar add-ons that perform the same functions) are indispensable to me.

    Most of them are available from Curse, and all of them are linked on the WoWphiles Web site.

    Now get out there and find the Sha of Happiness!

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    If you have a favorite add-on you’d like covered, (and it’s not still in beta) just drop me an email at Icesnake DOT 1950 AT gmail DOT com or a PM on Twitter at The_Icesnake or Icesnake1950

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    • Simon Booth

      You’ve certainly covered a hell of a lot of addons!…..what’s your opinion on paid addons?

      I only use one paid addon it’s the Tycoon Addon I know it’s not for everyone, but it works for me.