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Party Ability Bars

May 08, 2009 Release
Party Ability Bars is intended for arena use to track party member ability cooldowns. If a party member has the mod they will send the cooldown to you instead of relying on the stored cooldown. /pab - Opens GUI Features: Track any spell in the game. Pet cooldowns too. Automatic cooldown number sending so they're 100% accurate if your party member has the mod In-game ability editor Hide ability buttons until triggered Enjoy!

Pop up blocker

Jun 07, 2011 Planning
A addon that disables the character, guild, honor and other panes from opening in combat. (my first addon)

PolyAlert

Sep 16, 2011 Planning
An usefull addon for every PvPer. Key features: - Get alerted every time you are the target of a Polymorph/Hex Cast. - Configure it the way YOU like it. - And many more to come. Advantages: - Time your heals and HoTs so you don't get caught in a bad situation. - Have time to Shift Form if you are a druid.

PVPWorldTargets

Sep 24, 2012 Planning
This is completely experimental at this stage and should not be used!!! Trying to find a complete solution for tracking enemy units in world pvp.

Permaflag

Mar 25, 2016 Release
This addon allows the player to remain flagged for PVP when moving from zone to zone. Currently, WoW will unflag you if you are not on a PVP server, which makes World PVP more of a hassle. This addon will detect whenever your PVP status changes and reflag you automatically.
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PVPScan

Jun 06, 2016 Release
PVPScan tracks enemy activity through the combatlog, this means if you are questing, flying or just hanging out in Azreroth, and any player from opposite faction uses any skill near you, an alert is shown in your screen. Main use: PVPScan is designed for pvp players and can be useful in many cases: - can protect you while questing warning about nearby enemy players. - help track enemies while fling snitching opposite players. Setting Up: Use the slash command /pvpscan or click on the minimap...