Mods and addons can be an extremely personal choice -- they allow players to customize their game experience, and as a result they often help define said game experience, especially in a game like World of Warcraft which has a long sixteen year history.
At the core of playing World of Warcraft are addons to customize your experience.
I am staunchly and proudly pro-anything that makes WoW Classic feel as close to how WoW actually felt back in the dear departed days of vanilla WoW as possible.
If you're planning on playing WoW Classic, you might feel a little naked without your addons.
WoW Classic is just about to launch, and if you want to play without many roadblocks to your journey, you should download and install some addons.
One of the best addons you can install in WoW Classic is WeakAuras.
One of the biggest achievements in WoW Classic is hitting the level 60 cap.
WoW Classic brings back all of the old memories of spending hours questing and looking for quests that were pretty essential to the original game.
If you're wondering about WoW Classic as an experience -- specifically, if you're wondering what's changed between then and now, and what will be different in WoW Classic as compared and contrasted to the game as it was when patch 1.12 came out -- the Restoring History: Creating WoW Classic answered a lot of those kind of questions.
Adam Williams, the creator of Deadly Boss Mods, recently announced that he'll retire from Mythic raiding in order to tend to his real-life obligations and issues, which would have an impact on the hugely popular addon.