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  1. RareScanner

    What is RareScanner?
    RareScanner is an addon for World of Warcraft that detects whether a vignette has appeared in the minimap. A vignette is the little icon added in the 5.4 patch that appeard as a skull for a rare, or with other icons for events and treasures in your minimap. Since 7.0 patch it has appeared as a star.
    RareScanner displays a button in the middle of your screen with the name of the rare found, a little miniature of said rare and a bar with the loot that this rare drops. At the same time, it plays an alarm sound, so it can warn you when you aren't at the computer. When you click the button it will add an skull over the NPC and target it making it easier to find it.

    On your map you will see icons for every rare NPC, treasure or event that you discover or that someone else shares with you, showing extra information about the entity on a tooltip, such as loot, achievements information or helpful notes.

    Important changes since BFA
    Looking for groups: Since BFA, Blizzard doesn't allow using their LFG tools in addons, so sadly, everything related with looking for groups is gone. However, if they change their mind it will come back. Database reset: A lot of changes have been made in this expansion that required a clean start for RareScanner, so your addon settings will be reset the first time you login. I know this is a pain, but patching the current database could lead only to more errors, so resetting and starting fresh is the best way to go. On the other hand, I've implemented several improvements that will reduce the addon's memory use and improve its performance. Frequently Asked Questions
    How does it work?
    RareScanner reads your minimap looking for vignettes, which will work every single time even if it had warned you already for one NPC. At the same time it will only warn you when the NPC or object is in your minimap range. As for the current patch (8.0.1) there aren't vignettes in the pre-Pandaria zones, so this addon won't localize older rare NPC or treasures/events.
    Can I add custom NPCs?
    The answer is no. As I said, this addon uses the vignette system, so if you are interested in finding a rare that doesn't appear on the minimap with a little star icon, RareScanner will never find it.
    Where is the option panel?
    You can find it under "Interface" -> "AddOns tab" -> "RareScanner".
    How does the map interface work?
    Since the addon's conception, Blizzard has added different types of rares to the game with every expansion, so this addon implements different solutions to help you track rare NPCs for every scenario.
    Filters: In the option panel you can find different filters that apply to rare NPCs. If you have filtered a rare, individually or by zone, you won't ever see its icon on the minimap. Individual filter: You can filter specific rares directly from the option panel or using the button "-" that appears on the main button when you find a rare. Zone filter: You can filter a whole area so you won't get alerts in that zone or icons on your map. Time seen: You can chose how long you want to keep the icons displayed on your map since the last time seen. For example, a treasure found 10 minutes ago might not be there anymore, so you can chose to hide treasure icons after 3-4 minutes. You have the same solution for rare NPCs. Permanent rare NPC: Some rare NPCs keep being a rare after death. Once you find it or someone else finds it, you will see its icon on the map. The icon will remain after death, unless you filter that rare or hide the icon manually. No permanent rare NPC: Some rare NPCs stop being a rare after death. Once you find it or someone else finds it, you will see its icon on the map. The icon will disappear once you kill it and you won't see it again with that character. World quest rare NPC: This rare NPC will stop being a rare after death, but it will return as a rare with a world quest reset. Once you find it or someone else finds it, you will see its icon on the map. The icon will disappear once you kill it, but it will show up after a world quest reset, if you or someone else finds it again. Achievement entities: There are several rare NPCs, treasures or events, that are part of an achievement. These icons will be shown constantly independently of their time seen, because 99% of them respawn in less than 1 minute, so they should always be available. You can access information about the achievement moving the mouse over the icons.
    Map legend
    Rare NPCs
     RED SKULL: Indicates a rare NPC that neither you nor any of your friends have discovered yet. With every new build, the addon includes a database of rare NPCs extracted from Beta or Test servers. As is common in Blizzard, some of those rares won't see the light of day in Life servers, so this is a way to distinguish existent rare NPCs from non-existent.
     ORANGE SKULL: Indicates a rare NPC that is part of an achievement, and neither you nor any of your friends have discovered yet.
     GREEN SKULL: Indicates a rare NPC that is part of an achievement and that you have discovered. As soon as you complete the achievement it will turn into a NORMAL SKULL.
     NORMAL SKULL: Indicates a rare NPC that you have discovered.
    Containers/Treasures
     RED CONTAINER: Indicates a treasure that neither you nor any of your friends have discovered yet. Containers are trickier to autohide once they are opened, so if you open one and the icon remains on the map, you can hide it manually following the instructions in the tooltip.
     ORANGE CONTAINER: Indicates a treasure that is part of an achievement, and neither you nor any of your friends have discovered yet.
     YELLOW CONTAINER: Indicates a treasure that is part of an achievement. As soon as you complete the achievement it will turn into a NORMAL CONTAINER.
     NORMAL CONTAINER: Indicates a treasure that you have discovered.
    Events
     RED STAR: Indicates an event that neither you nor any of your friends have discovered yet. Events will keep being displayed even after completing it, so you will have to hide the icon manually following the instructions in the tooltip.
     ORANGE STAR: Indicates an event that is part of an achievement, and neither you nor any of your friends have discovered yet.
     GREEN STAR: Indicates an event that is part of an achievement. As soon as you complete the achievement it will turn into a NORMAL STAR.
     NORMAL STAR: Indicates an event that you have discovered.
    How does the loot feature work?
    In the options panel you can apply different filters to the loot you want to see on the loot bar under the main button and in the tooltips on your map. You can filter it by quality, category, transmogrification, collectibles that you don't have, etc. 
    Related to the loot bar (bar of icons shown under the main button), you can configure the amount of items you want to see (up to 30) and how to display them, in one row, or several rows. 
    RareScanner will also help you by displaying the category/subcategory of every item in the tooltip so you can track which categories/subcategories you might want to filter from the options panel, although you can click on the items directly on the loot bar, or the tooltip to toggle the filter for that specific category/subcategory. 

    How does the log window work?
    Since BFA this window isn't very useful, so it's hidden by default. However, if you want to see it you can activate it from the options panel. Right now it only works like a log and you can still click on the buttons to mark and target the rare NPC found.
    Known issues
    There are several rares that you won't be able to target clicking on the button. Some vignettes' names don't match the real NPC name, so that's why it doesn't work. If you want to help, you can send a ticket for those rares you find in your client language that doesn't work, and maybe they will fix it shortly.

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  2. RaidAchievement

    English:
    RaidAchievement (RA addon)
    What it does:
    Reports in chat (or with sound) when group or raid achievement that you can't track is failed or when all criteria of the achievement are fullfiledand you need to kill boss.* Informs about achievements when you enter the instance or target the boss. Need to install AchievementsReminder Manual selection of achievements (by location) available. Need to install AchievementsReminder Shows tactics. Need to install AchievementsReminder /raidAchievement or /rach or /raida - open menu (announces are enabled by default)
    To track achievements from Cataclysm and WotLK expansions you have to download: RaidAchievement_OldModules
    To track achievements from Pandaria expansion you have to download: RaidAchievement_Pandaria
    To track achievements from WoD expansion you have to download: RaidAchievement_WoD
    Found bug? Have some suggestions? Post in the comments on curse.com
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    Example:
    "Getting Cold in Here" 
    Defeat Hodir without any raid member having more than 2 stacks of Biting Cold in 25-player mode.
    - addon will announce in chat when someone gets 3+ stacks
    etc.

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  3. Handynotes_LegionRares&Treasures

    This HandyNotes Plugin shows Legion Treasures and Rarespawns on the Map & Minimap. (Treasures which have been looted and Rares which have been killed are automaticly hidden. The hidden elements can be reactivated in the visibility options)
    + TomTom Support + DBM-Arrow Support
    !!! ATTENTION !!! # Requires HandyNotes to function! # You should be able to get the Treasure Achievements in all zones now. There are still many treasures and rares missing which will be added over time. Feel free to post them/send them to me. But don't send in any Highmountain Clan Chest(Highmountain duh!), Nightborne Treasure Chests (Suramar), Elven Treasure Chests(Azsuna/Valsharah) or Vrykul Ancestral Chests(Stormheim)! These are random spawning chests for only one person to loot and are not trackable by questid. Since there are hundreds of spawnpoints for everyone of these they will not be added to the addon!

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  4. HandyNotes: Battle for Azeroth Treasures

    This includes:
    Items found in one-off chests that're mysteriously glowing purple. Items dropped by rare mobs. Items that you've already collected and mobs you've already killed won't be displayed. This uses the "flag" quests that the game relies on to keep track of the items. Sometimes these glitch; generally if they do so, you also won't have gotten achievement-credit / the item, so you'll likely still be interested in the item.
    You can right-click on any treasure node and hide it, if you just don't want to see that one. If you have TomTom installed, you can also add a waypoint for that node.
    To edit the settings, visit the HandyNotes config panel, expand the "Plugins" section, and click on "Battle for Azeroth". You can then choose which treasures to show, and whether to show ones you've already found.
    Want to help?
    If you'd like to submit corrections, please go into the settings as mentioned above and turn on "show quest ids". Then let me know the quest id for the node you want to correct, which will now appear in its tooltip.
    If you'd like to submit a new node, you have two options:
    Tell me where it is. I'll go find it eventually and track down the more obscure details I need to add it. Gather these details yourself and send them to me: Zone and coordinates. What it gives you. This is mostly "a random gray, and some Azurite". The quest id associated with it. This is the tricky one. The easiest way to get it is to install QuestsChanged before you open the treasure, then open the treasure and check it to see what quest was triggered.

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  5. HandyNotes: Legion Treasures

    This includes:
    Items found in one-off chests that're mysteriously glowing purple. Items dropped by rare mobs. Important note: Every zone has its own type of randomly-appearing treasure chest. These are genuinely random -- they're not always up, and they can repeat. As such, I don't include any of them. Only one-off chests are in this addon.
    Items that you've already collected and mobs you've already killed won't be displayed. This uses the "flag" quests that the game relies on to keep track of the items. Sometimes these glitch; generally if they do so, you also won't have gotten achievement-credit / the item, so you'll likely still be interested in the item.
    You can right-click on any treasure node and hide it, if you just don't want to see that one. If you have TomTom installed, you can also add a waypoint for that node.
    To edit the settings, visit the HandyNotes config panel, expand the "Plugins" section, and click on "Legion". You can then choose which treasures to show, and whether to show ones you've already found.
    Want to help?
    If you'd like to submit corrections, please go into the settings as mentioned above and turn on "show quest ids". Then let me know the quest id for the node you want to correct, which will now appear in its tooltip.
    If you'd like to submit a new node, you have two options:
    Tell me where it is. I'll go find it eventually and track down the more obscure details I need to add it. Gather these details yourself and send them to me: Zone and coordinates. What it gives you. This is mostly "a random gray, some order resources, and an artifact power item". The quest id associated with it. This is the tricky one. The easiest way to get it is to install QuestsChanged before you open the treasure, then open the treasure and check it to see what quest was triggered.

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  6. Rarity

    Due to a Blizzard change in 7.0.3, Rarity no longer tracks AOE looting.
    Any mobs that drop something will be counted, but mobs that drop nothing or drop only money will not be counted. This primarily affects items such as Skyshard.
    Rarity tracks how many times you've tried to obtain various rare items like mounts, battle pets, and toys. It will tell you how likely you are to obtain the item, track how long you've been farming for it, and tell you how lucky you've been so far. Although it's mostly used for mounts, battle pets, and toys, it supports pretty much any item, including profession patterns, archaeology projects, and more.
    Looking for Rarity Item Packs? Click here.
    Out of the box, Rarity includes support for every single mount, battle pet, and toy in the game which require some time to farm. It also includes support for some mount-related items like Skyshard, Primal Egg, and Giant Dinosaur Bone. It'll even notice if you mouseover a Mysterious Camel Figurine, plus lots of other stuff. Rarity factors in the size of a typical group when determining probabilities, and can also tell you if you've killed various bosses this week (or day). Holiday just started, and you didn't notice? Rarity will give you a helpful reminder to run those holiday dungeons or daily quests if you still need an item from them.
    If Rarity doesn't track something you want to track, you can add it yourself! Just about everything is user configurable.
    Curious what math is going on behind the scenes? The author of Bunny Hunter created the original algorithms. He wrote an article about it here. Your chance to obtain an item doesn't increase as you farm it; Rarity is just telling you how lucky you've been so far. It can be remarkably cathartic to see a progress bar move up as you spend hours upon hours trying for that Disgusting Oozeling.
    Main features
    Rarity is primarily an LDB feed with a large tooltip. It can function as either a mini-map icon (you have to turn this on in the options), or as a standard LDB feed (use a display like Fortress, Button Bin, Titan Panel, or Chocolate Bar). Provides a progress bar, which you can toggle by clicking the icon or feed label. Adds info to NPC and item tooltips, showing you if it drops or contains something that Rarity tracks. Rare mobs with a guaranteed drop show which item they drop and if you've defeated them yet. Includes full source info, telling you how to obtain everything Rarity tracks. Other features
    Share packs of items with other users Can automatically add waypoints to TomTom for certain items Uses statistics whenever possible to keep track of attempts Breaks your farming down by session, day, week, and month Looks at your instance locks to see if you've defeated various bosses recently Reminds you if you need to farm a holiday dungeon or daily quest, and hides holiday items that aren't available right now Supports bonus coin rolls Automatically screenshots when you obtain an item Keeps track of rare achievements like Frostbitten and Glorious You can add your own items to track Lets you modify your attempt count without having to edit saved variables Automatically imports data from Bunny Hunter if you're switching Comments & bug reports
    Comments and questions WowAce Ticket system for bug reports GitHub mirrored repository for contributions or discussion Help translate Rarity
    Click here to help translate Rarity into your language.
    Frequently Asked Questions
    Click here to read the Frequently Asked Questions. Please read this before requesting support.

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  7. HandyNotes_DraenorTreasures

    This HandyNotes Plugin shows Draenor Treasures and Rarespawns on the Map & Minimap. (Treasures which have been looted and Rares which have been killed are automaticly hidden. The hidden elements can be reactivated in the visibility options)
    + TomTom Support + DBM-Arrow Support
    # !!! ATTENTION !!! # Requires HandyNotes to function! #####
    # !!! ATTENTION !!! # The new version for Legion Rares & Treasure is now available! You can find it here: Handynotes_LegionRares&Treasures #####
    Changelog:
    2016-08-22: v.1.20:
    Mardum should be complete small additions and fixes 2016-08-06: v.1.19c:
    all but one treasure has been added to mardum (please let me know if you find the last one) 2016-07-27: v.1.19b:
    TOC fixed Login message disabled added an override option for gorgrond lumber mill/sparring arena treasures 2016-07-17: v.1.19:
    Fixed minor compatibility issues The treasures and rares in the Demon Hunter starting experience have been temporarily added to this addon, which will be removed on a later date. Treasures and rares for legion can be found in the new addon Handynotes_LegionRares&Treasures 2016-06-09: v.1.18a:
    Several smaller fixes to questIDs and mixups 2016-05-25: v.1.18:
    since many people had problems with the previous bugfix since the default option was to only show the rares missing for the jungle hunter achievement i changed the default value and used a new value so everyone should be seeing everything by default. if you want so see only the ones missing for jungle hunter you have to check the corresponding checkbox in the addons options again i'm sorry for the inconvenience
    2016-05-07: v.1.17:
    insectKR added a lot of Voidtalon spawnpoints to the list - so i integrated them into the uploaded version the option for tanaan rares to only show the ones needed for the achievement jungle hunter has been fixed

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  8. NPCScan

    NPCScan helps you find NPCs by scanning nameplates, minimap vignettes, and mouseover targets, with an optional dynamic targeting keybinding. Once an NPC is found by one of these methods, an on screen alert is displayed and an audio alert is played.
    Nameplates
    Alerts will be triggered whenever a nameplate is created, if that nameplate belongs to one of the tracked NPCs. To use this feature with any reliability, the Interface->Names->Always Show Nameplates option must be turned on from the WoW Game Menu.
    Dynamic Target Keybinding
    NPCScan includes a key binding that will trigger a dynamically-generated targeting macro. Each time it is pressed, the key binding will trigger a /targetexact <mob name> for every tracked NPC in the current zone you are in, in addition to any custom NPC additions. This only attempts a search each time it is triggered; it is not a continuous search.
    To access this feature, just set a keybind under the Key Bindings->AddOns->NPCScan->Targeting Macro section.
    “Found” Alert
    When an NPC is found, NPCScan alerts you by playing a loud and distinctive sound, making your screen pulse red, and displaying a Targeting Buttonfor every NPC that is found.
    Targeting Buttons
    When clicked, the targeting button tries to target the NPC it depicts. You can also bind a key to trigger the newest button, in cases where multiple buttons are spawned.
    Note: These buttons cannot be shown during combat. In the unlikely case that you do find a tracked NPC while fighting, the button or buttons will appear after you leave combat.
    Options
    NPCScan's main options window can be accessed from the Interface Options menu. To access the NPC list and other settings, type “/npcscan”.
    New sounds can be added to the alert sound dropdown menu by installing SharedMedia.

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