At level 80, I skipped Cataclysm and went straight to Pandaria. Even as my warrior leveled up, and that heirloom axe increased in iLvl along with me, Dugi still ranked that iLvl 87 sword higher. I kept picking up new 2h weapons, and Dugi kept rejecting them in favor of that Wrath sword. That's when I noticed that all of these Pandaria weapon drops, even weapons 20 iLvls higher than the Wrath sword, had secondaries under 20. So even though Dugi Gear Advisor is showing that a new weapon would provide a DPS increase, it still prompts me to re-equip that Wrath sword every time I equip a new weapon. Meanwhile, I've kept the heirloom axe in my bags, assuming that at some point its stats would once again beat whatever I had equipped, but nope, it doesn't, according to Dugi.
Zygor WoW leveling Guides installer comes as advertised! After creating your account with Zygor leveling Guide, you are able to download the installer from the Zygor levelingguide member’s area. All you have to do is execute the zygor.exe file (for P.C.) or zygor.dmg file (for Mac.) and click the next button 4-5 times. That’s ok! Installed! No need to download any additional setup installer files, just click & install. Next time you login, you will be up & gooo.
I'd rather not have to manually re-do all the settings for all my addons in-game unless it's absolutely necessary (since I don't have memorized what the exact settings are I use, so I'd have to take screenshots of them all and then remake the settings to match the screenshots). So I'd rather get some more input about this problem before I try troubleshooting it that way.
Four groups of Zygons attempted to make Earth more like Zygor: those who arrived in the 12th century (TV: Terror of the Zygons), those that arrived in the 16th century and plotted to invade in the 21st century (TV: The Day of the Doctor), those that arrived in 1909 (PROSE: Sting of the Zygons), and those that arrived in the late-20th century. (HOMEVID: Zygon: When Being You Just Isn't Enough)
Extract ConsolePort to Interface/Addons. The addon can be downloaded through the Twitch app too. Make sure the addon is enabled when you log in to the game. Install WoWMapper and connect the controller to your PC via cable or bluetooth. Make sure the controller is recognized by your operating system. Log in to the game and make sure ConsolePort is enabled. Now it's time to choose your controller layout. Grats, you can now start playing the game with a controller. (Optional) Enable Action Camera for extra immersion by typing /console ActionCam full, /console ActionCam basic or /console ActionCam default, depending on whichever you prefer most. You can turn it off by typing /console ActionCam off command.
Handynotes et toutes ses dépendences permettent aux joueurs d'ajouter des annotations sur la carte du jeu. Cet addon est particulièrement pratique pour les collectionneurs qui cherchent à vaincre tous les monstres rares de Sombrivage ou des Hautes-terres Arathies par exemple. Il sert également pour trouver facilement les trésors, et les différentes annotations vous simplifient grandement la tâche.
ConsolePort: A WoW addon which natively supports Xbox and DualShock controllers. WoWMapper: Third-party software for keyboard and mouse emulation. This software is not against the ToS, because it does not automate your gameplay. Multiboxers are without any issues using ISBoxer for instance. Xbox or a DualShock controller: Alternatively, you can use a Steam controller and enable Stream streaming. Setup instructions can be found here. DualShock's touchpad acts like a mouse, which is quite nice. A long HDMI cable: In case you decide to hook up your PC to a TV. Instructions
Functionality is the heart of these guides, what you are really paying for. There are a lot of aspects I could look at with regards to functionality such as; questing path; quest progression; addon user interface; bugs; performance and many more. All that we are concerned with are questing path (speed) & user interface. All the other aspects aren’t worth comparing as both wow guides are light in terms of system usage, both have very few bugs, and both update your quest progress in real time.
This section will be a brief section to look at the talent advisors in both Dugi’s guide & Zygor’s guide. For new players having a talent advisor is a perfect feature, as you probably don not really know what talents are good and what talents are not. Even for us experienced players; rolling an alt might be difficult at first as we have to research good talent builds for leveling.
I've used WoW-Pro for years and in WoD, Legion and now BfA it's been awesome for just going on auto-pilot and working your way through a zone. It has 3 levels of depth you can set, so you can set it to just do 1) the main story, main points of interest and rare mobs and treasure that aren't far off the beaten path; 2) every quest with a more thorough dive into the side stuff; 3) absolutely everything.
If we think we come up with a smart “guide” this way, we might even be allowed to submit it to “dugiGuides” as well, for their review – and if approved, it might even be added to next update of the guide? Maybe in a new “custom” division of the guide? – ofc. if we are allowed to expand on this, we might even be allowed to write some text for the coordinates too? – or run a macro to check for a “quest flagged” If we submit it back to “dugi” – ofc. legal stuff will have to make sure they run into no trouble.
Affliction: Endless Affliction - Your Unstable Affliction deals the same damage as normal, but its duration is increased by 6 sec. Demonology: Nether Ward - Surrounds the caster with a shield that lasts 3 sec, reflecting all harmful spells cast on you. Destruction: Demon Armor - Protects the caster, increasing maximum health by 10% and increases armor by 150%. Warrior