I want to flag Better Wardrobe and Transmog as my new goto mogging addon, a one stop shop for all your mogging needs including randomizers, dungeon / questing / legacy sets, tooltip support etc. Also, a fully-serviced version of Altoholic is back with great new features (Altoholic - Teelo's Fork). Both support Shadowlands.
Vendor is another good one to have going into SL. You can even set it so you sell all gear under a certain ilvl.
On top of Leatrix Plus, Leatrix Maps is very much a good addon. It allows you to remove the "Foglight" on maps among other things.
'Sorted' is one of the best bag AddOns i've personally seen.Allows you to cache the reagent bank, regular bank, and inventory from your other characters so you can view them without having to switch character.Inventory search option, the ability to categorize them and make custom categorizations, tag items et cetera. Highly recommend it.
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+1 for "Vendor" it is great for farming or vendoring useless junk automatically. You can make custom 'rules, whitelist, blacklist' it is fantastic addon.
Hope to get them from anywhere outside overwolf/curseforge. Better play without addons that support this shade company (overwolf).
Leatrix Plus, this addon can replace a ton of utility addons (delete trash, fast loot, automate quests...). There is even a media player to play wow music.
nice list good addon been using most of them for quite some time
I love the Plater addon over what they suggested. Also, I don't know whether the "GTFO" addon has been updated but it's almost as important as DBM/BigWigs and making sure "Projected textures" are enabled.That said, if having addons is going to require Overwolf and cause me to have to watch video (or otherwise) advertisements while playing WoW, I may be playing Shadowlands without addons, and only briefly.
I'm an addon addict, currently running 220, and I regularly test addons to see if new ones beat older ones.By far and away, Scrap has been the best vendoring one I've found. It Auto-Vendors junk, and repairs your gear.But it also allows you to set specific items as "junk" that it will remember. You drag the item you want to vendor over the scrap icon and it sets it as junk until you remove it. It remembers what is junk based on a per-character basis (unless i haven't looked at the options enough to see if there's an account wide setting) which makes for very easy selling of crap you cant use after an old raid run, without accidently selling the BOEs or the tokens that character can use etc.