What is it?


Nov 07, 2015 Release
An addon to track ReMs and Uplift for Mistweavers. /remuplift to open the config dialog. Special features: 1.Critical Strike and Multistrike predict. (I use a very complex code generated by C plus plus to do it, so you needn't worry about its accuracy.) 2.World PVP. (Most WA or addons cannot solve this problem. You cannot know how many renewing mists in World PVP.) 3.When server latency is high, your Renewing Mist will have a minus remaining time. This addon takes account of it. 4.Ashran. 5....


Nov 18, 2015 Release
Recount is a graphical damage meter written by Cryect. Recount (Preservation) is an attempt to preserve it through the 2.4 patch and fix up some minor things along the way. If Cryect returns the project really should be wholely his and he can keep or abandon any changes I've made here. For changes see the change log. Alpha/beta versions can be found on WoWAce. Please report problems in the Recount thread on WoWAce' or submit a ticket on WoWAce. The forum is a good place for general...


Nov 24, 2015 Release
Rarity tracks how many times you've tried to obtain various rare items like mounts, battle pets, and toys. It will tell you how likely you are to obtain the item, track how long you've been farming for it, and tell you how lucky you've been so far. Although it's mostly used for mounts, battle pets, and toys, it supports pretty much any item, including profession patterns, archaeology projects, and more. Out of the box, Rarity includes support for every single mount, battle pet, and toy in the...


Nov 26, 2015 Alpha
Recruiter AddOn for World of Warcraft Recruiter is a tool for coordinating recruitment activities accross guildmates. It is intended to help provide a consistent message in recruiting activities and prevent spamming community members with invitations. It is also useful for managing guild membership with tools for removing inactive members and banning players so they are not re-invited by a recruiter after being kicked from the guild. Features Show leads similar to the /who list with filtering...