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8-03-2009 @ 10:28AM
First of all, I totally admit that I don't use any barmods. I actually do like my keyboard configuration based on the original UI and I've been playing with it too long to seriously consider changing it now.However, since I switched from resto to moonkin on my druid, my addons have increased exponentially, and I wouldn't give them up. Maybe Omen, because I don't draw aggro on anything except the eternally unmoving Crusher Tentacles, and if I do, it's because a tank has died and we're wiping anyway.--Grid I got hooked on while I was healing, and now I've got to have it. So much more compact and all of the info I could possibly need without the clunky default raid ui, plus easy mouseover macros. Win.--Squawk and Awe is my version of dottimer; it tells me when my dots fall off and when the almighty druid eclipse procs.--Recount. I don't remember seeing this on the list, but if you do any kind of raiding, this is fairly important. It's a great motivator and besides, there's nothing worse than looking up WWS the next day thinking you did great and finding out you were hanging out with the tanks. --MikScrollingCombatText for me as well. I love it bunches.--DBM and oRA are expected of us. oRA is a new addition to our required mod list thanks to dpsers with itchy fingers killing Guardians before they get to Sara.--Decursive I usually have turned off; I only use it on Yogg and only because I'm the only person assigned to decurse, and come phase 3 that gets pretty messy if there are still lots of corruptors up. My resto friends try help out, but that's an intensive healing phase.--TitanPanel for coords and because in the past year I have become obsessed with the "gold across all of my toons" feature. It's right in the middle. I can't ever ignore it. If it drops under 5k I go into emergency farming mode for a while.--Omen. I hate it. I try not to use it much. I keep it up in raids because I have to, but for me it's useless. However, for my magey husband, it's really, REALLY important. He's an aggro magnet.When I was a healer, I had four mods: DBM, Grid, TitanPanel, and Decursive, and the last one I only ever turned on for Kalecgos. Ah, how times have changed.
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