Necrosis LdC

This project is abandoned.

Whether this project is out of date or its author marked it as abandoned, this project is no longer maintained.

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About

Necrosis is an addon to help Warlocks manage their playstyle effectively.

The UI is composed of several distinct parts:

  • The main sphere button for important abilities (life tap, metamorphosis, drain soul, etc)
  • Menus for castable spells, curses or summoning demons
  • Buttons to create special items, summon mounts, or use certain objects (healthstone, soulstone, etc)
  • Timers for dots, cooldowns and ability procs
  • Sound notifications for important events (Shadowtrance, Backlash, etc)
  • Built-in macros to help with crowd control (Banish, Fear, Seduce) or performing rituals
  • Easy keybinding
  • nearly everything in Necrosis can be placed anywhere on your screen
  • and more features (to be added - soon!)

This revolutionary design was so popular that it was cloned to several other projects:

  • Cryolysis (1/2/3) (Mage)
  • Serenity, Orison (Priest)
  • Venantes (Hunter)
  • Totemus (Shaman)
  • HolyHope (Paladin)
  • (c) 2005 - 2007 Lomig, Liadora et Nyx (Kael'Thas et Elune - EU/French)
  • (c) 2008 - 2010 Lomig & ArPharazon (Nagrand - US/Oceanic)
  • Licensed under the GPL v2

Wiki: [http://www.wowwiki.com/Necrosis_(addon)]


How to report bugs/issues or request new features?

We are using the CurseForge.com ticket system to track all bugs & feature requests:

Please do not submit bugs/requests into the comments because that makes it hard to track :)


Current Status: Necrosis will be updated for Mists of Pandaria

This is a big update, so please be patient. A 'beta' version will be available soon.

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Date created
Jan 16, 2006
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Last update
Nov 14, 2010
Development stage
Abandoned
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License
GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2)
Downloads
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