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85 Human Warlock
I forgot this one. It's definitely helped keep me from throwing the computer out the window several times.
I still dun care which addons make it easier, if I ever tried Arch again, we'd be in the middle of Nuclear winter.
That's right, Archaeology makes me want to launch nukes from my secret missile base on the moon. Again, read right; secret missile base on the moon. Don't question me, just roll with it.
I'm lovin TotalRoleplay2, personally. It's replaced all of my RP addons.
Sexymap, is of course, sexy.
Auctioneer is a must for me.
NPCscan - startles the crap out of me when I fly over rare spawns
GTFO - yells at you to get out of the fire ;)
Tidyplates - must for my PvPin characters
Omen - threat meter
ElvUI - Used it to replace my titanpanel/bartender setup, nice having one addon to fully customize my UI!
ElvUI Micromenu - cause I can't middle click :P
Mogit - for the fashion minded. I find it's a great lvling motivator. ;)
Wow, I really have narrowed it down these days, I've had waaaaay more addons than this in the past, lol.
EDIT: Forgot Healbot for mah Druid
Edited by Roulette on 5/14/2012 1:22 PM PDT
I use a few, and some just for tanking
NPC scan, because rares don't like being seen
Deadly boss mods
Omen threat meter
Movable holy power
Basic combo point
Maybe I have too many <o_0>
Deadly Boss Mods - Others have mentioned it, but I'll re-state its usefulness.
Omen - Keeping track of threat is a good idea when you put out 50k DPS.
VuhDo - this is the most amazing healing addon EVER. It never breaks like Healbot and some of the others, and it's both easily configurable and endlessly customizable for more advanced users.
Recount - Lets me keep track of my DPS and damage done, how/when I died, what killed me, how much damage I did to what mob, etc.
For quality of life:
Bagnon - consolidates your bags into one big bag, basically, which allows you to look through them all at once. Also allows you to look at your alts' bags without switching over to them.
Auctioneer - Auction House addon that helps with keeping track of pricing trends, putting up multiple items/stacks, etc.
AtlasLoot - Lets you look through most any loot in the game, and what boss/profession/etc it comes from.
Chatter - Allows you to customize your chat window more easily. Allows you to copy links, copy text, change text colour and font, resize the window, re-position the window, etc.
MyRolePlay - Lightweight, concise, and doesn't interfere with my raiding addons like TRP2 seems to do. I don't need all of the personality sliders - you find that out through interaction!
Gryphonheart Items - Lets you create your own items.
Tongues - Allows you to "speak" in other languages (though other people will hear gibberish, unless they also have Tongues and have it set to understand whatever language in which you're speaking).
Edited by Solarine on 5/14/2012 2:07 PM PDT
I've never understood the desire to have one huge bag. My bags are organized, and I have no problem finding things. I've tried a number of different bag addons, and none of them came close to organizing my bags sanely -- so I'd have to spend quite some time getting them set up to do... exactly what I already do with multiple bags.
Maybe someone can shed some light on this for me.
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