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Otis

Jan 13, 2015 Release
Adds two buttons to the side of the Encounter Journal, an up arrow and a down arrow, making it much easier to navigate between bosses.
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oRA3

Jan 09, 2015 Release
oRA3 is the 3rd iteration of oRA, it features the following: Durability, Latency, Gear (item level, missing gems, missing enchants) and Zone checks. Battle Resurrection monitor. Cooldown monitor for just about every spell with a cooldown. Invites based on guild rank, zone, keyword, and guild-only keyword. Blizzard Maintank based maintank lists with custom sorting. Promoting to raid assistant based on guild rank, a list of names or just everyone. Intelligent ready check window that will...
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Ouro Loot

Nov 14, 2014 Release
What Ouro Loot tracks loot during a raid and then produces output formatted for pasting on a guild forum or similar place. Loot is optionally categorized by boss if you have Deadly Boss Mods installed. Loot can be annotated with notes (getting disenchanted, awarded for offspec, going to a guild vault, etcetera) and the forum output will be marked up appropriately. A longer-term history of loot is kept also. This addon does not replace or augment the Master Looter interface or behavior. In...
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Old Instance Finder

Oct 18, 2014 Inactive
Are you looking for people to run The Mechanar with to grind some old rep? Want to find out if anyone's running Molten Core so you can tag along for the Ragnaros achievement? You can either do /who The Mechanar and wait for the result then do a second /who z-"Molten Core" or... With Old Instance Finder you can run a search of a load of dungeons at the same time... Either type /OIF to get the Gui to select the dungeons or just type /oif 80 and it will search the dungeons for level 80s you can...
Omen and its config

Omen Threat Meter

Oct 17, 2014 Release
Omen Omen is a threat meter. Basically, enemies in WoW decide who to attack by deciding who is the most threatening based on the abilities you use. What Omen does is provide accurate values of your group's relative threat level on individual enemies, so that you can see when you're in danger of pulling aggro (or, if you're next on the snack list if your tank bites it). This info is usually only critical in raids, where only tanks can survive aggro, but it's useful for any multi-player...