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2-28-2008 @ 1:36PM
I prefer Baggins, which also has several great optional modules like "Anywhere, Bottomscan, and Itemrack".
2-28-2008 @ 1:46PM
I find Baggins far easier to use than Bagnon. I used Bagnon a long time ago but switched when I saw how you could expand the capabilities of the addon with other modules. Not to mention the fact that instead of just lumping everything together like Bagnon, it separates inventory and bank items into categories like Armor, Weapons, Consumables, Tradeskills, etc. It is very customizable so if you want to change how it categorizes certain items you can do so.I also agree with the person who said Possessions is a great addon. It allows me to search for an item and find out if one of my characters has it and how many.
2-28-2008 @ 2:27PM
I use baggins too. It seems to me the most refined and mod-able bag mod out there. You can make it look like the default WoW bags, and have it sort your things, you can even change how an item is sorted if you dont like it there.Its just very useful.
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