Six Add-ons You Should Have While Leveling WofW Classic2020-11-08 00:00:00
This is a list of add-ons for WofW Classic that will help you when doing quests, selling items to vendors and the auction house, and clearing dungeons for WofW Classic gold and leveling.
Questie. As you can guess from the name, Questie is a quest helper add-on for WofW Classic. If you want to experience the original WofW Vanilla leveling, you shouldn't use this add-on. However, it will make your life easier. Questie is very easy to set up. You will see quest locations, quest items, and available quests. It is a bit similar to the native WofW retail questing feature. It also shows you prerequisites for quests and it allows you to track more than five quests.
Coordinates add-on. This is a simple add-on feature that shows map coordinates. Use it and it will be easier to track objectives on the map or to share locations with other players.
Better Vendor Prices. One of the annoying things about the WofW Classic interface is that it doesn't show you the vendor price of an item. This is bothersome, to say the least. This add-on will show you how much you get for an item when you sell it at the vendor. It also shows you the price per full-stack.
Auction house add-on. There are several to choose from so get the one you feel most comfortable with. The classic auction house interface is a pain to work with. As you know, you will need 90 or so gold at level 40 for your mount, and gold in WofW Classic doesn't come easily. You will get some gold from questing but you must work at the auction house if you want your mount as soon as possible. Auction house add-ons allow you to sort items in the auction house based on the lowest price, time left, and more. They also allow you to easily create auctions for your items.
Atlas Loot Classic. This add-on shows you the drops from dungeon and raid bosses. It is neatly organized and you can easily check out the drops. Use this add-on to plan your dungeon trips and to know which item drops from where. Another benefit is that it shows you the drop location for an item linked by other players.
Dungeon add-ons. Here we will include add-ons such as damage meters, threat plates, and the Deadly Boss Mods add-on. Damage meters will show you how you fare in dungeons. While DPS doesn't matter until higher levels, it is good to have an accurate measurement of your performance. Threat plates add-ons are good if you are planning on tanking. DBM is not necessarily useful at lower levels but it is nice to have.
(Contributed by Reda; Edited by Chong Fang)