ClassLoot

This addon is an in-game representation of Kaliban's Class Loot Lists. Kaliban's Class Loot List provides ratings for all raid loot with respect to it's suitability for different class/spec combinations. Vanilla WoW raid gear is rated for each class between 0 to 5 stars, however this addon disregards any rating below 3 stars to reduce the data-set. Outlands and Northrend raid gear is split into Primary, Secondary and Tertiary priority which is displayed in-game using 5 stars, 4 stars and 3 stars respectively. This addon purely displays the ratings given by Kaliban, therefore if you consider a rating to be unjust or incorrect on his website please take it up with him, not me!

Class Loot information can be accessed in two ways, either via item tooltips or through the slash commands.

Item tooltips contain the class loot rating along with the instances the item drops in, and finally the bosses that the item drops from.

You can check the loot of any raid item by using the following slash commands:
/cl check <item link> - Personal item check (only visible to you)
/cl gcheck <item link> - Item check broadcast to Guild Chat
/cl rcheck <item link> - Item check broadcast to Raid Chat

Configuration of this addon may be performed through the Options -> Interface -> AddOns -> ClassLoot window.

Note: If you you don't think a rating shown is correct, check Kaliban's site to see if it's wrong there FIRST. If it's wrong on Kaliban's site, let him know not me.

Seeing as the curse.com devs appear to be incapable of blocking spam comments being posted (and therefore resulting in me getting spam emails every time), i've disabled curse.com comments. If you wish to leave a comment about ClassLoot, please do so on the ClassLoot WowAce Project Page. Furthermore, if you wish to report bugs (including inconsistancies between Kaliban's site and this addon, please do so on the ClassLoot Ticket Tracker

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Date created
Jul 21, 2008
Last updated
Oct 10, 2009

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