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11-03-2008 @ 1:11PM
Can you recommend a quest help addon for WotLK? I currently use LightHeaded + TomTom + Doublewide, all previously recommended in a Wowinsider article. But I don't know which addons will be best -- or even working -- in WotLK.
11-03-2008 @ 1:27PM
There is a good chance whatever addons are working as of the next patch will work in the expansion, lol.
11-03-2008 @ 1:40PM
11-03-2008 @ 1:52PM
You should pair up TourGuide with ur TomTom/LH/DW setup.I'm betting it will even be ready for Wrath with circuits at release. Tekkub is cool like that, yo.It's been working in the 3.0 client admirably.
11-03-2008 @ 2:13PM
I will second Carbonite Quest. Already the authors have said that they have logged over 500 Northrend quests, and are working on more every day.It's a great addon, very happy with it.
11-03-2008 @ 4:44PM
@Hobbes: Third for Carbonite Quest. DO NOT use it if you want to hunt for quest mobs or just walk around in a daze wondering what to do next. DO NOT use it if you want to level slower than anyone around you. DO NOT use it if you want to like wow in its pristine, unaided state.If you want a mod that will help you level, help you quest, and just in general help you, it couldn't hurt to give Carbonite Quest a fair shake. I'm only a satisfied Carbonite user here, not a shill or anything. Use it and you'll see why I like it so much.
11-04-2008 @ 6:37AM
If you want to experience playing the game and not just following waypoints blindly DO NOT use this mod. If you want to get to 80 and have some idea of what you've actually gone through, and learn the lore and the story of the game, DO NOT use this mod. If you want to figure out what to do yourself rather than standing around lost and confused if the mod doesn't tell you exactly what to do, DO NOT use this mod./shakefist
11-04-2008 @ 1:19PM
Thanks for all the suggestions. I downloaded and tried out Carbonite Quest, and it worked pretty well for a 68 alt.Forget story and lore. This will help me rush to 80 and start raiding Naxx.
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