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I'm trying too improve my playing and are reading through your site. Now I found this part
I'm using an old Razer Naga and configured it vastly different, but I don't know, if I have all the features ElvUI would give me. As it would take me a looong time finding this out, I would like to ask if somebody can advise me what to do. I suppose, that I have to replace the addon which comes with Razer Naga.
Good morning Icy Veins,
I've been watching some videos to improve my UI from a resto druid perspective. I found this video from Method vs Xavius from the POV of their holy paladin. This video shows a lot of different addons, but i'm mainly curious about the addon which is used for the raid frames and on click healing.
My assuption this is Vudho or Healbot in combination with Elvui?, but i would like to have your feedback. This friday i'll be starting to set up my UI so any help you guys can provide me would be perfect.
My main goal is to have a almost standard single player UI, but a more slick and healer friendly UI for mythic + and Raiding.
Thank you :)
PS. If you have any video's/screens of your own UI (resto druid prefered) i'm happy to copy it over ;)
You can never trust a blue dragon, but now you can at least report them! Is this why they are being wiped out in Azsuna?!
Ah, blue dragons, so majestic, so magical, so... reported for their name or cheating?! In the "weird things that are weird in Legion" category of news, redditor Psytrite shared how during the Arcane Mage artifact quest, as Azuregos joins your party you can actually report him for cheating or his name. Is THIS why the blue dragonflight is being wiped out in Azsuna, Blizzard banning then after too many reports?!
Now, this isn't racist towards blue dragons, as you can actually report a lot of NPCs that join your party in the various Legion quest lines, including Prophet Velen.
Meanwhile you can check out our Arcane Mage guide to make sure you never need Azuregos' help and can calmly report him until he's kicked from your party, or you can check out the artifact overview for mages, going into the lore story behind it.
I've tanked off and on (mostly just leveling/heroic dungeons) for years. I'm pretty familiar with how tanks and specific classes work, but I'm looking for more general info here. I'd like to get into tanking end-game content but I don't think I'm quite there yet. I've been watching videos on general raid tanking (movement, awareness, etc.) and I always read/watch fight guides, but I feel like there are more general things I could do to improve.
What are the most important things for me to be able to see when tanking raids? I know I would need to be able to see the other tank's stacks/debuffs, as well as boss frames with a cast bar, but is there anything else I really need to view? I use DBM so spell timers, etc. are included in that, ElvUI for my UI which keeps it pretty clean, and I use WeakAuras to show CDs and other info pertinent to my class (Stagger for monks, Resolve, and so on).
What keybinds do you typically use for tanking? I'm used to using 1 to 0, -, and = (I have a Naga mouse so it's 1-12 for me), then the same keys with shift or alt modifiers. Ctrl seems to be a little hard for me to reach comfortably. Note: A & D are unbound for me; I use W, S, Q, E and my mouse for movement. I typically would use Shift+1, Shift+2 for ST/AoE taunts, but I'm wondering if there's maybe a better keybind to try out for those.
Thanks for any help
So, I've been fiddling with weakauras for a few weeks and have been searching around the Internet for example of setup I could use or get some inspiration from. I was quite surprise that there was no thread here about that, so here it is.
My own setup: http://i.imgur.com/4o6izMz.jpg
I'm using a laptop, as such my screen size is not very big (used to raid on 27-inch screen in Cata) and being a raid leader, I need access to a bunch of information. As such, I was trying to find a way to make my aura relatively compact/small so as not to hinder my vision but also big enough to catch my attention when something of significance occured.
On the left of my health bar you can see all defensive CDs, this way I have an easy time following my SBlock uptime and my CDs duration. It's a dynamic group, so it always appears first at the bottom and grows upward. So while it might seems very big at first glance, I rarely have more than 3 CDs used at the same time.
In the middle of the screen, Revenge and Shield Slam CDs. Middle icon is a rage monitors, it appears when I reach 60 rage to avoid waste. The execute aura is for when I get into execute range (or SD proc if I run with this spec) to make sure I don't dump rage into HS when I could Execute. The icon on the other side is when I'm not enrage and Berserker Rage is off cooldown. I found I wasn't using it at all so I decided to track it. This is a new addition and I haven't tested it in raid situation yet so we'll see if it's useful or if I might have to change it.
Anyone want to post their own version?