At the core of playing World of Warcraft are addons to customize your experience.
If you're planning on playing WoW Classic, you might feel a little naked without your addons.
For some players, a Bard class has been a long unrealized dream in World of Warcraft.
It's official -- I can't function properly without Adibags.
Today's the day!
New to playing a Holy Paladin? Looking for some addons to aid you in your healing adventures? Here's some suggestions to help take your healing game to the next level.
There are dozens of pet battling addons out there, from the ones that improve your battling to those that just add a little bit of whimsy to your day. Here are four I love so much I suggest you download all of them right now.
Whether you’ve been playing a mage for a week or for years, there are usually things we can all do more efficiently to maximize our damage. There’s a big difference between theorycraft and practical damage. Many factors affect damage dealing execution: lag, reaction time, environmental hazards, RNG, and of course player error. Your damage is also dependent on your gear, spec and talent choice, but that’s not what we’re looking at this week. Instead, we’re considering ways that will allow any spec of mage to see an improvement in their damage immediately.
I don't typically run with an elaborate addon configuration in World of Warcraft, and patch day is most of the reason why. It's not that I object to addons in any way, but I find it a nuisance to keep them up to date and working — especially when patch day rolls around. After all, the default UI is good enough... isn't it?