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10-31-2009 @ 9:18AM
The last problem I had in a pug raid concerned an incompetant Master Looter. First he didnt check the rolls propertly and gave a mage an onyxia item based on his SECOND roll. Since only 4 people rolled it wasnt hard to detect. Then he gave a rogue the head based on a roll of 22. With fifteen people above that you can imagie the ruckus.My point is that I would like a Sh*t List similar to friends. Can anyone recommend an addon, especially on which is account-wide? I need to keep track of gankers and tards, as well as ninjas
10-31-2009 @ 9:29AM
"Notes-u-need" works for me.
10-31-2009 @ 11:19AM
Karma also works for this. You can rank everyone you've ever grouped or partied with on a sliding karma scale from 1 to 100 (people start at 50 by default). You can also add private notes about a person, or public notes that can be shared by other people with the addon (default is just within guild, but I think that can be changed). It also records which instances/zones/quests you've done together and when, and you can store their role for 2 specs (tank/heal/melee dps/ranged dps).
10-31-2009 @ 12:22PM
Blacklist is a nice addon I personally use for ninja's etc. It also gives the option of ignoring people (or not, which is usually my choice since i hate ignoring anyone but goldsellers) and you can add a nice warning note which goes off when you mouse-over a person in it.
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