Combat Log Recording
To save your combat log for uploading to websites you can use BossLogger.
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Checks Raid Buffs, Elixirs/Flasks, Pally Buffs & Alerts who breaks Polymorph/Shackle.
Checks for raid buffs (including Paladin buffs), food buffs, elixir/flasks plus more.
Raid fail tracking mod. Reports to chat when players screw up in a raid. Features: GUI Options menu, Togglable fails, Top10 stat and overall reporting, Reset stats, Remove a fail, Different reporting styles (during combat/after combat).
HeadCount is a configurable World of Warcraft add-on that tracks raid attendance, loot, and boss kills. HeadCount answers the following questions: How long is a player active in a raid?, How long is a player on standby for a raid?, How long is a player offline during a given raid?, What loot dropped during a raid and who received it?, What boss kills occurred during a given raid and who was there for the kill?
Lootster is a loot rolling interface that allows you to call for and capture loot roll, arbitrate ties and announce winners.
The roll handling includes normal 100 rolls, 100/1000 rolls, Free-For-All rolls, straight DKP, DKP Tiers, DKP Modified Roll rolls, or Roll Modified DKP rolls, with membership priority, for loot arbitration.
In addition, Lootster has raid, boss, attendance and loot tracking, and has a raid/boss/attendance/loot reporting capability, and allows the synchronisation of raid data from another player.
Finally, it has the ability to keep personalised class restrictions on loot, and allows the synchronisation of item data from another player.
Replaces the regular loot list with a dropdown menu listing raid members by class.
Mizus RaidTracker is an easy to use addon for tracking raids, loot and attendance. It provides solid automatic tracking functions, a simple to use GUI for modifying tracked data and a CTRaidTracker compatible data export.
Displays the need, greed, disenchant or pass status of looted items and who won the roll. Features: Support for the disenchant button, An improved roll table display, Display of roll types using icons, Chat links (detached window only), Support for LibDataBroker tooltips, Able to operate without a DataBroker display addon, Loot spam filter.
Developed to aid in the marking of targets while in a group or raid. Kill Order frame displays a button labeled KO that will print the kill order to party, raid, and/or raid warning depending on the options you have chosen in the settings. It also displays the current CC that you can mouse over and get detailed info on. Right click on any charm to define a crowd control assignment to that charm. Shift + Right click a charm to remove the cc from that charm Right click the clear charm to clear all cc assignments. If selected, pressing the KO button will print the kill order as well as cc assignments to party, raid, and/or raid warning. This setting is available in the KO options.
Lets you easily classify and mark mobs simply by moving the mouse over them. This allows incredibly fast marking once of trash groups. Although not necessary for the addon to function, you can configure the priority and crowd control methods you wish to use on a per mob basis. You can also customize the marks to use for tank targets and each crowd control method. This allows for consistent marking of targets to tank and crowd control in raid and party situations.
A simple mod that allows you to set raid world markers ingame. Features; movable bar with raidmarkers; bar can be locked/unlocked ingame (/rflare slash command for more); Some mod settings can be edited by adjusting the config at top of the core.lua
Slash command: /rflare
Boss Notes provides shareable notes and other information for your guild, party and raid community. The add-on lets you take notes from your boss encounter learnings and share this information with other players. You can also use Boss Notes as a general, structured in-game notepad. In addition, Boss Notes records trash and boss abilities and provides a collection of short encounter tactics.
Boss Notes is based on a modular design. The standard distribution contains the Personal Notes, Abilities and Tactics modules. Extension modules can provide additonal functionality.
Config: /bn options
DBM Spell Timers
DBM-SpellTimers is a small but powerful addon that uses DBM timers to show spell cooldowns from raid members. It is fully configurable through a simple GUI so you can easily add new spells.
Allows you to inspect the item levels of the gear on yourself, your target, your party members, or your raid members. Good for seeing how geared your raid members are and for deciding who drives the vehicles against Flame Leviathan. The Flame Leviathan fight in Ulduar uses vehicles which are influenced by the gear that the players are wearing. Epic gear influences the vehicles more than non-epic gear (even if they are the same item level).
EkWaitList is a wait list addon that will let you maintain a list of people in the same order that they were added to the list. You can also sort the list by name, class, guild rank, or the time they were added to the list. If you are in a party or raid when someone on the wait list joins the party/raid, then they can be automatically be removed from the wait list.
Upys Raid Tools
Upys Raid Tools are a set of tools and functions to assist in the running of raids.
Functionality Summary: Invites - Quickly build your raid and mass invite, also allows for raid setup to be automatically triggered based on settings; Raid Setup - Define the raid setup and key raid members such as role leaders; Substitutes - Call for and manage substitutes; Raiders - View a list of raiders who have been involved in the raid throughout the night; DKP & Loot - Manage DKP, Bidding, Loot and more; Assignments - Build and Broadcast fight assigns with input from role leaders (if required); Auto Marks - Setup Auto Mark profiles for encounters to ensure raiders/mobs retain marks throughout the fight; Guild Bank Repairs - Set Guild Bank repairs quickly and easily; Consumables - A range of consumable check options and tracking so you know who's doing the right/wrong thing; Thanks - quickly and easily give raiders a pat on the back after a tough night of progression; Attendance - Output format of your raiders and subs for input into other systems.