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2-08-2008 @ 9:09AM
I would say I'm a moderate even though I use many mods. I will remove a mod when it stops being useful to me. I'm always looking to see what mods I can get rid of.I play a Warlock and my guild has cleared all BC bosses with the exception of Illidan. That being said, I don't think I would play WoW without addons. Too many UI elements are left out of the default Blizzard UI. Addons make the game more enjoyable. And for those that say using addons is cheating, well Blizzard wrote the mod API for a reason. Some tips:-Use Ace2 mods when possible (better memory conservation and quality)-Go to files.wowace.com and browse the descriptions of mods (you may find something useful)-It helps if you like tinkering with software. Most mods require some configuration to be really useful to you.-Update your mods regularly (Use WoWAceUpdater to keep your mods up to date)
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