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1-12-2010 @ 1:36PM
I haven't integrated this into the recommended add-ons (Lightheaded etc.) but I wish someone would make a Loremaster-specific add-on to help you figure out where half these guys are. It would be nice to have a visual representation on the map of where to go to get quests you haven't done - but, I guess that's also the whole point of Loremaster. I just started it and I have a feeling it's gonna take forever...
1-12-2010 @ 1:43PM
I'd encourage you to give LightHeaded and TomTom a try. LH pulls WowHead info into the game for you, including coordinates of questgivers. Integration with TomTom allows you to click on those coordinates and that pops up a GPS-style arrow telling you where to go. :)
1-12-2010 @ 3:05PM
I use http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/handynotes.aspx & http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/handynotes_questgivers.aspx to add the location of quest givers to the map. Coupled with QuestHelper & Lightheaded it makes for a very complete Loremaster toolkit.
1-12-2010 @ 4:49PM
Questhelper actually does this also. Though it doesn't differentiate quite as nicely as Everyquest, it works pretty well when you are trying to finish off a zone and just want to check those last few remaining quests.Just load up Questhelper and type "/qh incomplete" to have points put on your map that you can see visually. Other than that hovering over the point gives you a name and a number for the quest. Of course it's going to put all those undoable quests in there every now and then too.I'm doing different zones fully ATM, but when it gets close to the last few quests for 3000 or Loremaster, I will probably switch over to everyquest to find the last few ones I don't know about.
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