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12-13-2007 @ 11:31AM
I try to be.Someone should make an addon, that checks your recipes list, and gives you a list of all recipes that you don't have. Maybe wowhead links to all those recipes so you can see how to get them.
12-13-2007 @ 12:06PM
Try AckisRecipeList, no wowhead links but, it scans your recipe list and tells you what you are missing and where to get it.
12-13-2007 @ 11:52AM
There is an addon for this, it's called AckisRecipeList, which you can find on files.wowace.com, it scans all recipe lists on your profession and tells you which ones are missing. Quite useful I would say.
12-13-2007 @ 11:58AM
That'd be RecipeRadar.http://wow.curse.com/downloads/details/2955/After going through the same right-click caching process you get with AtlasLoot, you'll be able to see any vendor recipe (and the vendor's location) from the addon window. It even minimaps any local vendor with a learnable recipe for you (or an alt, if you allow it). Dropped and quest recipes aren't listed, but there are so few of those that you could easily cross-reference a list off Thottbot or something.
12-13-2007 @ 12:03PM
kek, thanks for that tip. I'm going to check that out tonight... I don't think I have more than a half dozen cooking recipes left.Gonna have to work something out with a Hordie to get the horde-only ones.And I don't think I'll see Dirge's Chops, but maybe I can talk my guild into doing it sometime.
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