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2-18-2009 @ 1:37PM
Thottbot was the first WoW site that I learned of after I started playing WoW, and it's the one I'll turn to first for certain things.If I want to look up where something is on a map, Thottbot supplies that right away, usually. The comments in Thottbot and WoWhead are equally useful to me, so I'll usually check both, but first is usually Thottbot. I like the gear-finder tool in WoWhead the best, but Thottbot's is good, also. If I'm looking for boss strategies, boss drops, or lore discussion, I'll check WoWwiki. Thottbot is also pretty good for checking out individual recipes, but for information on overall tradeskills, I'll usually look at WoWwiki.Sometimes I check out wow.allakhazam.com for how something sells on the Auction House.Plus, I like that Thottbot.com has a simple, white background. It looks cleaner and I've long since grown tired of light-colored text on a black background like WoWhead and WoWwiki. WoWwiki's ads and search engine can sometimes really slow down a page's loading, but both Thottbot and WoWhead have fast-loading pages.
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