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WoW Classic – The Best General Mods and AddOns – Guide

31 August 2019, Saturday, 23:10:43

The Best General Mods and AddOns

While quite a few Mods and AddOns will focus on providing enhancements to specific classes, some are useful no matter which class you play.

 

These Mods and AddOns typically enhance the UI, make questing, raiding, or PVP easier, or otherwise augment the game with “quality of life” improvements Blizzard didn’t see fit to include in Classic.

 

  • AtlasLoot Classic (Twitch, CurseForgeLegacy-wow)- This mod adds an equipment database which reveals the many pieces of armor and equipment you can obtain, where you can get it, and the likelihood it will drop for you. This is a great way to plan out your next move, target a slot which needs an upgrade, and more.

 

  • Advanced Interface Options (Twitch, WoWInterface) – This AddOn reveals a number of hidden interface options. Download it to gain more control over how the game looks and feels.

 

  • Deadly Boss Mods – Classic (DBM) (Twitch, WoWInterface)- This mod provides dungeon and raid warnings to help new players make sense of complicated encounters, from Ragefire Chasm to Molten Core. Pick this up if you are going to raid.

 

  • Bartender4 (Twitch, WoWInterface)- This mod allows you much more freedom over how you customize your actionbars. Get as granular as you want and rearrange things so they are easy to reach and make the most sense for you.

 

  • Questie Classic (Twitch, LegacyWoW)- Questie supplements your map with quest icons to help you navigate the world and make decisions on where to go while you level, and where that pesky quest-giver is hiding.

 

  • Mapster – (Twitch, WoWInterface)If you are sick of having to explore every bit of the map every time you level up, Mapster is here to help. It allows you to customize quite a few features, and allows you to see the entire map from the first time you set foot in a zone. Convenient!

 

  • MapCoords (Twitch, WoWInterface)– This AddOn adds numeric values to every point on the map, meaning it will be incredibly easy to track down your friends, points of interest, or important items or enemies.

 

  • Bagnon (Twitch, WoWInterface)- This mod will transform your many small inventory bags into one huge bag. This may actually make things more confusing, if you are anything like me, but many players swear by it, so give it a shot and decide for yourself.

 

  • Auctioneer (Twitch, WoWInterface)- Players in the know have long been aware the Auction House is the best place to make serious cash in WoW. Auctioneer helps you parse the entire AH and ensure you are getting the best deals and making the best decisions on what to sell your items for.

 

  • Scrap (Twitch, WoWInterface)- Speaking of items, your bags will fill up with so much junk over your playtime, and Scrap is designed to help you with that. Much like Diablo III “Salvage All” option, this mod adds a single button to sell all useless garbage to any hapless merchant you happen to cross paths with. Bad for them, great for you.

 

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