Hunters! Do not forget WeaponSwingTimer!
Challenge yourself - play without addons!(If you're in it for the journey, it gets a little longer without them. If you're all about being first to 60 and all that, you probably know this game so well that you don't need them anyway.)
All of these "no add-ons" people. There were lots of add-ons in Vanilla, and several were mandatory for raiding (looking at you Omen and decursive). Plus macros and such were, arguably, more common. Vanilla was very limited, but the community made work-arounds that eventually made it into retail.
Addons are fantastic, use whatever addons you like for whatever reasons you want. Or don't. Just don't be a rhymes with lick about how others choose to play. Personally I like the fact that I have to think for myself and read the texts in the quest log to find out where I need to be and what I have to do. Others may think that's a waste of their time. It's all good.
So i have to wait 6.5 hours in a queue to use my add ons, the joys, onl;y 17000 peeps to go, lol blizz really
I played from 11/2005 and used addons after the first week. Swing timer, threat meter, damage meter, UI bar mods, bag mods, auction tools, auto delete trash from bags, etc.
why are all of these not in the twitch mods addon in the twitch app? then after i download them off the web why dont they show up on my twitch mod addons with every single one i have for retial wow? really hope i didnt just download a virus off of a direct link off of this page
is there an addon that adds maps for dungeons in classic?
What happened to Auctioneer being the default go-to for the auction house?
My Twitch client copied all my retail add ons to classic. I know that most of my retail add ons do not work in classic. I don't know why it did this.
I don't get why OmniCC is on this list, as the Classic version now came with cooldowns on abilities, is there something more to it I'm missing?