CT_RaidAssist

CT_RaidAssist is an overall Raid Assistant. It allows you to easily monitor health and mana/energy/rage of not only your group, but anyone/e...

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CT_RaidAssist is an overall Raid Assistant. It allows you to easily monitor health and mana/energy/rage of not only your group, but anyone/everyone in your raid. It also provides you with several additional ways to increase your raids performance. Usable in both PvE and PvP environments, CT_RaidAssist helps keep your raid group alive. There are three different ways to sort players, and customizing the mod to your liking is easier than ever. You can sort into classes, raid groups, or even drag every member around to your heart's content with custom sorting. Every group window itself can be dragged anywhere on the screen. You can select which groups/classes to show with a simple click on a button, and you can bind a key to show/hide groups with a tap on a key.

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CT_RaidAssist is an overall Raid Assistant. It allows you to easily monitor health and mana/energy/rage of not only your group, but anyone/everyone in your raid. It also provides you with several additional ways to increase your raids performance. Usable in both PvE and PvP environments, CT_RaidAssist helps keep your raid group alive. There are three different ways to sort players, and customizing the mod to your liking is easier than ever. You can sort into classes, raid groups, or even drag every member around to your heart's content with custom sorting. Every group window itself can be dragged anywhere on the screen. You can select which groups/classes to show with a simple click on a button, and you can bind a key to show/hide groups with a tap on a key.

The mod is available on our Downloads page.

Installation

Just extract the files in the zip to World of Warcraft\Interface\AddOns\, and start up World of Warcraft. You will notice a fifth tab on the 'social' menu (press O to bring it up by default). 

In game use

CT_RaidAssist is only functional while in a raid group. You can customize it even when you're not in a raid group of course, but the mod will remain hidden and non-intrusive with the exception of the extra tab. Setting up CT_RaidAssist to work properly with your raid can require some work. However, we have tried to make it as easy as possible for everyone, by allowing leaders and promotes to broadcast the current channel, having everybody automatically send status information with the press on a button, and displaying messages on the center of the screen using /rs .

Classes with healing spells (Priest, Druid, Shaman and Paladin) can set a mana ratio for auto-canceling healing spells while in combat. For example, a Priest can set their Flash Heal spell to auto-cancel if the target has more than 85% health. Another feature worth noting is that every class with a cure (Priest, Shaman, Druid, Mage and Paladin) can choose to show messages when a raid member is afflicted with a curable debuff. You can also bind a key, which will allow you to auto-cure debuffs as people are debuffed.

Reporting health and mana/energy/rage is a major part of CT_RaidAssist. You can choose to display health percentages, and decide if you want to show only health, only mana, both, or neither. Not only does CT_RaidAssist report for yourself, but can be customized to report for everyone in your party if they do not use the mod themselves. The downsides are that buffs and debuffs are not reported, and of course that the persons are missing out on all the other cool features. 

Utilizing the /rs command, raid leaders and assistants can print out text to the center of the screen for everybody in the raid. This can be used to easily get out vital information that can easily get missed in raid chat. The mod also adds convenient commands of /rainvite and /rakeyword. These commands allow you to mass invite everybody in a select level range, and auto-invite anyone who sends a tell with the specified keyword. 

Up to 5 raid members can be set to Main Tanks. These constantly report info about their target, keeping everybody updated on their performance, and helps coordinate actions. This is especially useful for mobs like Core Hound Packs in Molten Core.

Features:

 - Display health, mana, buffs and debuffs for everybody in the raid. Report health and mana for not only yourself, but the whole party if you so wish.

 - Cure debuffs with the tap on a button. You can choose which groups to alert for, if you want to split up the curing between members. 

 - Easily choose which groups/classes to display, and choose between sorting by group, class, or custom.

 - Choose which buffs to display, and edit the priorities for which buffs to display if more than 4.

 - Get a chat message when a buff you can cast expires. You can recast the buff by the click on a button, similar to curing debuffs. Again, you can split up rebuffing by selecting which groups to alert for.

 - Assign 5 players as Main Tanks, which in turn displays name, health and mana of their targets.

 - Customize the mod as much as you want. You can hide party frames, offline members, members not available, hide window borders, change window background, have the background change to a select color when debuffed with a special type of debuff, as well as many other features. The best way to see what all it can do is try it out for yourself.

 - Conserve mana by auto-canceling healing spells if target is above X% health. Note that this check only is activated during combat.

 - Quick inviting features including /rainvite which allows you to invite everyone in your guild of specified levels, and /rakeyword to set a keyword so anyone who whispers you with it, will then be invited. 

 - Raid alert messages utilizing /rs, which allow raid leaders to send messages that will appear on screen for everyone using the mod.

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