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  1. [Invalid] Getting spammed by Lua errors

    This is actually caused by a discontinued 3rd party plugin called deadly pvp mods. Remove that and errors will go away. The important thing to note is source of error is DPMCore not DBMCore
  2. Site was down last night so I could not reply but I found cause very fast and fixed in alpha.
  3. The soakers are told where to go , melee left/right ranged left/right They don't do yells, they go to spot told. Its sorted by group order like weak aura my guild used to use. so if group 1 likely will get melee left. if in group 4, you'll get ranged right   My guild has two raiders with BW in it. DBM and bigwigs can assign same positions for people with debuff. and bigwigs doesn't assign soakers, they just need to run compatible weak aura. Soakers only WA (doesn't assign positions to debuffs) 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Soakers and debuffs 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  You have to mod one with debuff to have compatible positions with whatever strat you are using with DBM or bw. This aura is actually in flipped order right now (dbms flipped assignment setting) obviously the soaker only one doesn't matter since it doesn't assign positions to debuffs, only soakers so where debuffs go don't matter.
  4. 270749World of WarcraftMMO Set to release in just a few months, the Warcraft movie is much anticipated among fans. If you are still debating on if you should see the cinematic wonder of this game, there may be an added bonus for you to purchase that ticket. This bonus could net you game time and all the expansions, for just the cost of a movie ticket. Interested? Known as the World of Warcraft Ultimate Movie Edition, those who purchase tickets could be given digital copies of all expansions up to and including Warlords of Dreanor as well as 1 month of game time and an exclusive item. These gifts would come free with the cost of your movie ticket, no extra purchase necessary. This interesting tidbit was revealed when Blizzard sent out a random survey asking people if they would be interested in the package. The survey first was brought to the attention of the greater internet via Reddit. However, many debated its validity. The survey has since been verified by Blizzard representatives as the real deal. View the full article
  5. No Tank warnings

    Are you actually tanking or you just want to see tank warnings? Have you verified that the tank settings are ON in each mod? You weren't in a DPS spec when you loaded mods for first time?
  6. No Tank warnings

    Mage shouldn't get tank warnings and DK should (if a tank). I suggest just going through mod settings as it sounds like they just aren't correct. You maybe copied profiles to another char or something and those profiles just didn't fit that role correctly?
  7. I added it. DBM should work as all in one solution for that now. No need for any weak aura's or other mods. it'll assign soakers too (if using latest alpha)
  8. 269663World of WarcraftMMOFeature With Legion on the horizon an agonizing question is on many player’s minds; should they use their level boost now or save it until the new expansion launches? A fairly new dilemma, players first faced this question in Warlords of Dreanor with a boost that instantly took a character of their choice to level 90. While it may seem like an easy choice to some, many found themselves totally flummoxed. Now, with one free level boost being given to every account, players face this perplexing decision again. With no redoes and the chance of a lot of potential regret, what is a World of Warcraft player to do? If you are one of the many struggling with this choice, here are some pros and cons of using your level 100 boost before Legion to help aid you in this mind-bending choice: Pros of Boosting Before Legion If you are considering boosting a character now, before Legion launches, there are plenty of good reasons why this option will pan out in your favor: Garrison Gold Gold is what makes World of Warcraft go around. Every player needs it, especially at the start of a new expansion. Leveling professions, repair costs, Auction House purchases, and more; gold is essential to start Legion off right. In Warlords of Draenor, the Garrison is a perpetual money tree. Even just completing missions with your Followers will line your pockets with easy gold. Boosting a character before Legion would give you one extra Garrison and the easy money that comes along with that. Just simply logging in on this freshly minted character once a day could help fill your pockets in preparation for the new expansion. Without a doubt, this potential source of income is an excellent reason to use your boost now, rather than later. Farming Potential Keeping with the theme of making gold, boosting your character before Legion definitely gives you extra farming potential. Whether it is pets from instances, Felblight, or just the standard herbs and ore; one more character able to complete these tasks can bring in a substantial amount of extra gold. Learn the Character If you are planning on boosting an unfamiliar character, boosting before Legion may be the best choice for you. No matter how similar the classes may seem, each plays in its own unique way. Boosting before the expansion can give you time to get to know your new character and become adept at playing it. Time to learn the ins and outs and intricacies of whichever class you choose.  This holds especially true if you are planning on making this freshly boosted character your new main. Assuming Legion keeps heading in the direction of Warlords, fights won’t be easy and knowing at least the very basics of your class will be essential. Even with the huge class changes incoming, a little getting to know you session could be a huge benefit. Cons of Boosting Before Legion Of course boosting before Legion isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. There are some definite downfalls of taking this path: Buyer’s Remorse Even after you have thought, rethought, and thought again, you still might find that you just aren’t happy with your boost choice. Even if you pick what seems like the perfect race and class for you, it might not turn out to be as glorious as you had hoped. Just like when buying a new car, sometimes after you drive it home and the shine fades, you realize you may have made a mistake. Of course, buyer’s remorse could happen even after using your boost after Legion’s launch. However, the longer you have to think about the choice, the more likely you are to be making the right one. Remember, as things stand in game today, there is no re-dos in boosting; unless you want to spend some real life cash. Try Me System Helping to add to that buyer’s remorse is the new try-me system being added in Legion.  This new feature will allow a player to give the class of their choosing a try before they decide to use their boost on it. Details of this feature are still limited, however, from what we know it is slated to launch with the expansion or with a pre-patch leading up to it. While waiting may be difficult, this new system will prevent the player from making a mistake in which character they choose to boost and ensure the best possible results all around. With this brand new feature in mind, boosting before Legion becomes a risk that is questionable to take. Just a little waiting could save you a lot of regret. Class Changes Another excellent reason to consider waiting until after Legion to use your free level 100 boost is the upcoming class changes. No class is going to remain untouched and many classes will come out unrecognizable from what they were before. A great example of this is the Hunter who will have a specialization totally transformed from ranged to melee. While you can view the changes coming to your class well before Legion launches, you won’t know how it actually plays until the expansion arrives. You may find yourself very disappointed with the choice you have made after the various class changes. With a try-me feature before boosting also in the works, it seems prudent to wait things out, just in case. The Rundown Ultimately, there is no right answer here. There are pros and cons no matter what choice you decide to make. Each player needs to consider how the boost will work the best for them and proceed from there. While we can’t answer the difficult question of when to use your boost for you, hopefully the list above helps aid you in this difficult choice. No one likes post-boost regret.   View the full article
  9. DBM can be configured to match bigwigs in assignment locations. neither currently assign soakers though. most often go to assigned spots of boss mod then use a diff aura just for assigning those who do NOT have debuffs to give them positions.   I think today I'll just add that second part to DBM too
  10. Auto assigning groups for soaking is not something DBM does. I've had many requests to add it so I probably will though. Right now it just assigns correct locations for debuffed players (which can also be changed by raid leader as well based on preference HOW they are assigned, to also be compatible with whatever strat you are using).
  11. NEWS: Why WoW Makes a Terrible eSport

    270355World of WarcraftMMOEditorial World of Warcraft makes for a terrible eSport. Don’t get me wrong, the game is amazing at so many other things, just not as an eSport. However, this factor is a pretty big deal when you consider that Blizzard is making a huge push towards all things eSports. Just take a look at the most recent BlizzCon or their choices for upcoming games; it is all about the eSports. Why exactly is WoW lacking in the eSports department when the rest of Blizzard games are so successful? The answer can be found in a variety of reasons: Community The PvP community in World of Warcraft is passionate, dedicated, and intense. There is no doubt that those that take part in player versus player combat are serious about what they do. The problem here is that the community is very, very small. I know there will be many cries of outrage at this proclamation, but in reality; the WoW PvP community is tiny in comparison to other games. This small community severely limits the success of World of Warcraft PvP as an eSport. The more players who play, the more interesting things can be. With a very limited pool of players, things quickly become stale. eSports are all about excitement and a small community drastically limits that essential excitement factor. Composition Diversity Remember when the Heroes of the Storm team won with a team member playing Murky? Fans were skeptical and puzzled as the team took the field, but they managed to score a huge victory. It was unexpected and utterly glorious, one of those wins that will not be forgotten. PvP in World of Warcraft doesn’t really have room for this kind of diversity. Basically, there is one set team composition and you had better have it, if you want to win. Sure, you can try and mix it up a little and take something unexpected, but typically it will produce disastrous results. No matter how well you play a typically unused class/specialization, it won’t matter. The standard is set and deviation from the norm is almost unheard of. This rigid format leaves little room for the unexpected, a key point in arousing excitement in the eSports community. Lack of New Content In recent years, new content for the PvP aspect of World of Warcraft has been pretty sparse. This holds especially true when it comes to Arenas. In other games, new maps, new objectives, and other interesting additions keep things interesting. While some of these things have been implemented, PvP in WoW is sorely lacking. In the last few expansions there has been little change to the PvP scene and this does nothing to promote an exciting eSports presence. No crowd wants to watch the same team compete on the same maps over and over again year after year. Unfortunately, the PvP scene we see in game today has become rather stale in comparison to other Blizzard eSport ready games.   PvP in a PvE World Besides all of the above, PvP in World of Warcraft just isn’t the main focus. When you think of Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, or even Starcraft; competition among players is the main event. World of Warcraft is vastly different. From the very start of the game, PvP has been a side endeavor, with PvE on the front lines. With most of the focus firmly on PvE, PvP has always taken a backseat. While this isn’t a terrible thing necessarily and goes along with the formula the game has always used, it means that WoW PvP is at a serious disadvantage. Other purer PvP games have the resources devoted to them to constantly improve, change, and recreate that allows them to maintain their ability to maintain relevance and interest in the eSports arena. Not that PvP in WoW isn’t great, it just has a hard time keeping up to games solely dedicated to the PvP life.   PvP in Legion and Beyond With all this in mind, we can’t count WoW PvP out as an eSport. It has thrived so far, with an Arena event taking place at BlizzCon every year. However, the future may be sketchy as Blizzard unveils more and more games dedicated solely to PvP and the eSports community. How relevant PvP in WoW will remain will be determined on how willing developers are to improve upon the model in Legion and beyond. However, all it will take is some improved entertainment value and an influx in the community, which could go hand in hand, to keep this eSport candidate thriving well into the future. Players need to feel encouraged to play and have tournaments that feel worthwhile and also have the potential to have shocking and aw-inspiring finishes that leave us wanting more. Then and only then can WoW PvP compete with the rest of the pack. View the full article
  12. DBM 6.2.18 Released

    Key: Blue: Noteworthy, Purple: Major New Features Emerald Nightmare: Added complete mod for Ursoc with data available from heroic testing Added complete Nythendra mod with data available from heroic testing Added stub mods with only combat detection for rest of bosses in zone Suramar Raid: Added complete mod for Skorpyron with data available from heroic testing. Added stub mods with only combat detection for rest of bosses in zone Hellfire Citadel: Added new feature to mannoroth to Assign icons/yells for wrath of Gul'dan by role (TANK/HEALER/DAMAGER). This option is not on by default and must be set by raid leader only. Wrath of guldan on mannoroth will now have voice pack sounds for what mark to move to. Legion Dungeons: Added mods for all bosses in Blackrook Hold with all data available from normal testing Added mods for all bosses in Darkheart Thicket with all data available from normal testing Added stub mods with only combat detection for rest of 5 man bosses in Legion Bug Fixes Core: Some fixes to timer recovery to hopefully make it work more reliably on some cases. Fixed bug where you may get lua errors on combat end against Legion bosses. Fixed bug where range radar would throw lua errors and not work correctly with Demon Hunters in group. Hellfire Citadel: Fixed a bug on Xhul where it was warning to taunt swap before the boss was in phasing phase. Fixed a bug where HUD dot would still show for mark of legion even if HUD was disabled on mythic Archimonde Fixed a lua error for voice pack users on Blackhand mod. Changes Core: Updated to latest LibChatAnims for Legion compatability. DBM core now lets you set warning duration for on screen warnings as low as 1 second, down from previous 3 second lowest setting. Changed default countdown audio for all countdowns to begin at 4 seconds, down from 5. (mods that already use less than 4 will continue to do so) Name labels for HUD should hopefully now show up on alert circles even for names that aren't in range. Hellfire Citadel: Further refined add cancel timers on mannoroth to try to be as precise as possible on whether or not the add will come or not during a transition. Reduced yell countdown for mark of Legion on Mythic Archimonde from 5 seconds to 3 to still accomplish purpose but with less spam.   For more DBM news, visit: http://www.deadlybossmods.com For information on known issues, visit: http://forums.elitis...st-known-issues For more information on DBM features, visit: http://forums.elitis...adly-boss-mods/
  13. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AscCWM0dOuI In This video I'm testing a mod on a boss that has never before been pulled that I drycoded before hand using only journal and spell data from wowhead. For most part the mod worked pretty well to warn for important debuffs and already had working yell countdowns and the works. The mod of course lacked perfect timers and instead used the built in AI system to try and learn some on the fly which it did but not perfectly since it's hard for ai timers to perfectly learn how phase changes reset timers and such. You can also see the debug I run in chat and transcriptor of course running to log fight to complete mod later (and the mod is complete now).
  14. 7.0 Progress Report

    Things have appeared quiet around here on DBM end but this is because work is well under way for Legion 7.0 content. Currently DBM already has full support for all dungeons and raids for pull/wipe/kill detection and basic features like range finder and other manual commands.  For raid mod support, all tested bosses so far (3 raid bosses so far) have full and functional mods. For dungeon mod support, 2 dungeons are fully supported right now. Backrook Hold and Darkheart Thicket I will start publishing test videos and then linking to the threads in this sticky so you can see my testing first hand and development process for many of raid test bosses. I'll also update this thread when I do updates and add more bosses/dungeon support.
  15. 257601World of WarcraftMMO In what has become a controversial post, it was announced today via Facebook that the Warcraft movie will open on May 10th in the UK. While this may not seem like shocking news, it becomes slightly more interesting when you consider that this is almost a solid week before the US release date of June 10th. Needless to say, many fans are not pleased with this development. It won’t be just the UK that sees this movie first either. Taking a look at the release schedule on IMDB, many countries will be privy to the movie long before the US. Countries like Azerbaijan, Belarus, German, France, Denmark, Netherlands, and Russia are all schedule to see a release on the weekend of the 26th. While it is unusual for a movie to premiere in so many other countries ahead of the US, it is not unheard of.   While many will say US fans are simply being overdramatic with their outrage; at least part of their struggle is real. You see, the internet is dark and full of spoilers and waiting a week or more after the rest of the world to see the movie could result in ruination. No one likes having the best part of a movie spoiled by some jerk on Facebook. This move could also increase the chance of the movie being obtained by illegal means. Of course, whining won’t help, all we can do is wait our turn and avoid the internet like the plague until the movie is released. View the full article