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TBC Raid Composition Tool Now Supports Custom Player Names
24/05/2021 alle 23:42
Our TBC raid composition tool now supports player names, so you can customize the tool with your specific player roster when planning Burning Crusade raids. Thanks to all the players who suggested we add this feature.
Raid Example Composition Tool with Custom Names
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To add a players name, simply hover over the right-hand side of a player bar, which will bring up the option to edit, along with a blue edit icon. Clicking on this will let you type in a player's name, which auto-updates in the URL so you can share it with other players.
We've also added the option to show which important buffs and debuffs are missing from your raid composition, by greying out the names in the spell summary underneath the composition.
With the addition of Alliance Shamans, Blood Elf Paladins, new buff abilities, and the increased debuff limit in Burning Crusade Classic, your raid composition may greatly shift from WoW Classic. We've revamped the layout of the tool to emphasize the key buffs and debuffs you are looking for in raid PvE settings. As before, when you drag and drop a spec into the tool, the URL will update so your composition is automatically saved.
With important party-wide buffs like
in Burning Crusade Classic, we have also added a section below each party showing them, as well as totems and auras that players in your group
access (note: these include utility and may not be used in all fights).
If you'd like to learn more about the various buffs and debuffs in Burning Crusade Classic, check out our guide:
Buffs and Debuffs by Class in Burning Crusade Classic
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