Raid Awareness - Top 10 Raiding U.I. Mods
the launch of Patch 4.5
and the subsequent arrival of the Raid Finder, more players than ever
are entering the raiding scene. While the Raid Finder is considering to
a very watered down version of raiding, it doesn’t mean that
players should come unprepared. Below you will find 10 of the best mods
for raiding, that will not only make your Raid Finder experience a more
positive one, but will also help you prepare to enter the more hardcore
raiding scene if you ever choose to do so.
10 WoW Mods for Raiding
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No matter if you are casual or
hardcore, every raider needs some type of boss mods in their arsenal to
be successful. Currently the “it” boss mod, Deadly
Boss Mods will ensure that the only reason you die during a boss fight
is due to player error. Providing raid warnings and timers for all boss
abilities as well as a health bar for all active bosses even players
not familiar with a boss fight can manage to look like a pro with
Deadly Boss Mod. Deadly Boss Mods also goes the extra mile and provides
automatic responses to players who whisper you during a boss fight as
well as a raid status update, very handy for guild mates sitting out a
raid. Thanks to the excellent features provided by Deadly Boss Mods,
this WoW mod easily makes my 10 top list.
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At some point while you are
raiding you will find yourself wondering just how much more DPS or
healing you can do before you pull threat. Blizzard does indeed provide
an in-game threat meter that will do just that, however, most feel it
is sub par to some of the WoW mods you can download and use. My
personal choice of threat meter is Omen. To help you keep track of your
aggro, Omen allows the player to put a handy dandy box on their screen
that displays their threat in bar form compared to other nearby
players. By using this WoW mod you can easily manage your aggro and
avoid those possibly raid killing deaths caused by aggro pulls.
target="_blank">Omen Threat Meter.
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I’m all about being
lazy, and OmniCC helps me reinforce this behavior by making managing my
cool down timers just a little bit easier. When raiding it is
imperative that players make the most out of all their abilities, some
of which have cool downs large and small. Sure your standard Blizzard
frames already provide something similar with items, spells, and
abilities going dark then progressively getting lighter as it the cool
down counts down, but OmniCC does it one better. This WoW mod will add
digital cool downs to the standard Blizzard interface. This WoW mod
makes it so the player can easily see when their cool downs will be up
making them more effective, productive players.
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