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9-01-2011 @ 3:58PM
I really liked GupPet - a random mount and a pet, but they haven't been updated since the Winged Guardian! What do other people like for a random mount?
9-01-2011 @ 4:11PM
GoGoMount. I used it until I found GupPet, but since GupPet was no longer being updated and was plagued with a few ibnoxious bugs in the UI, I switched back.
9-01-2011 @ 6:53PM
I use MountHelper. I find it has the best options for me, I can select the mounts I want. I haven't bothered to get a random pet addon since I have way too many. I usually just pick one and keep it until I want another one. I hear GoGoPets is good though.
9-02-2011 @ 10:29AM
I don't know about pets but for Mounts I love "Mounted". It allows you to set preferences for each mount so it will give you your most favourite mounts quite often but every now and then you will still see some of the other mounts. Also it simply generates a makro for you so you can configure to trigger it just like any other button or key.Last but not least you can define a makro that is used instead of the mount makro when you're in combat so you don't even loose one of these precious mouse buttons while fighting.
9-02-2011 @ 12:30PM
I like Squire2 for random mounts. It puts checkboxes in the default UI's mount window so you can toggle which mounts you want to include in/exclude from the random selection and creates a macro you can put on your action bar.
9-02-2011 @ 12:33PM
I have been using GupPet for months now without issue. i switched from GoGoMount and find the GUI interface of GupPet preferable for favoriting (is that a real word?) mounts and pets. and i can't live without the single button mount/dismount anymore.
9-03-2011 @ 9:10AM
Livestock works for me. Not as many options as Guppet, but it's not being updated, so what can you do?
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