Ever wondered what are some good resources? Ever wanted to know which WOW addons you should use? You can find it all here. This page lists various resources that we use, both in-game and outside.

When it comes to addons, there are always alternatives. Usually it comes down to whichever you prefer. We only list what we believe is best of the lot.

Icy Veins is a very useful website with many well-written guides and howtos. We however advise caution when using IV’s class guides, as some of the information on best talents, gear, and rotation is either outdated or optimized for players with high grade gear, and may not be suitable for everyone.

The staple of WOW knowledge-bases for many years, WOWHead is still the most useful site by far when you’re looking for information on an item, spell, quest, or an NPC.

WOWWiki is a great resource for Warcraft lore and professions. It retains information from previous WOW expansions and clearly marks them as such – which can either be helpful, or a bit confusing.

The World of Warcraft Mobile Armory lets you stay connected to aspects of World of Warcraft even when you’re not logged in to the game. You can view all of your characters (along with their stats and equipment); use the Auction House; search for characters, items, and guilds; chat with your guild; and more, all from your Android mobile device.

The new World of Warcraft: Legion Companion app for Android lets you make the most of your time in the game, wherever you may be. Track world quests in real time, see which missions are available, start and complete your missions, and collect rewards.

One of the most popular and wide-spread communication tools out there, Discord offers voice-chat as well as text-based chat. You can create your own server and invite others through a unique URL, or you can join existing servers. There are WOW community servers on Discord that focus on character classes, where you can find a multitude of resources, information, and ask questions.

Formerly a Curse App, this is now a Twitch Desktop App. Don’t fret, you can still manage and update your WOW addons with it. In fact, the merge with Twitch added voice chat capabilities, friend lists, and other features that promise a rather interesting future for this application.