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Broker RaidSave is an Ace3/LDB plugin that allows tracking of raid IDs across characters.


It started out as a "port" based on FuBar_RaidSaveFu, with permission from jokeyrhyme, the author of the original, but eventually followed a different path. The most recent iteration was written by Tristanian of the WoW Interface addon community. When he stopped playing, I inquired and eventually took over the codebase from him. Many thanks for his contributions to this addon. This first version is essentially just a repackage of the addon, in situ, with the latest versions of the libraries that this addon uses. I am in the process of rewriting this addon, using significant portions of his code with many of my own additions to align it to my coding standards.


The plugin will display the number of active (and optionally expired) saved instances for the current character on the button/block, separated into a [Group]:[Raid]:[Expired] format and will also display a list of alt characters, along with their saved instance ID's and expiration times, on the tooltip. The tooltip provides clickable functionality, allowing the player to paste instance information in an open chat box, or toggle extension of active (or even expired) instance IDs. Right-clicking the plugin, will toggle display of Blizzard's Raid Information frame.

The addon obviously has to have been used on a character before any of their information will be available.

You may configure the information shown on the button/tooltip by right clicking on the plugin and setting the appropriate options to your liking, on the addon configuration panel.

Translation help

Please use the new wowace localization system if you'd like to help out. Also, create a ticket so that I can give you credit in the addon. You can find documentation for the localization system here:

New to LDB?

You can find a great description, and links to more information here:

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