Mods & Addons

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This page is designed to help you set up the addons required for all Guild members. Currently these are:


We'll start with some general tips that apply for nearly all addons:

TeamSpeak 2 (TS)

We use TeamSpeak 2 for voice communications during raids and many of our members will also use it for PvP and general chatting. It is required that you have TS installed and configured and are listening to it for all raids that you attend. Failure to do so may result in you losing DKP or being removed from the raid. You can download TS from here. Installing TS is the same as any other normal program, just run the .exe and it will guide you through.

Once TS is installed you'll need to set it up to join the CTSamurai TeamSpeak server. Go to File->Connect and a new window will pop up with a large white box and a load of options on the right. Right-click on the white box and click 'Add Server', It will ask you to name the new server, you can call it something like 'CTS' but it doesn't really matter. Now, on the options on the right of the white box, change 'Server Address' to: 78.129.193.3:8799 and Nickname to whatever you want - it's recommended that you use the name of your main Guild character. Now make sure that the round button next to Anonymous is checked and hit Connect at the bottom. This should connect you to the TS server. If it doesn't work, ask one of the Sensei online at the time and they will either have a look themselves or pass your problem onto someone else who can assist you.

CT_RaidAssist (CTRA)

CT_RaidAssist is an addon for WoW that improves the layout and functionality of your interface while in a raid. It provides a considerable improvement to the default display the game provides you with.. Note that you should have either CTRA or oRA2 installed, not both. You can download it here.

Install the addon as per the instructions above. Once installed you should see a new icon floating around your minimap. Clicking this brings up the configuration window that allows you to customise exactly how the addon functions.

oRA2

oRA2 is a lightweight alternative to CTRA. It provides the same basic functions such as showing who the main tanks are and what their targets are but it doesn't give you a custom raid interface. This may be preferable for those who have another raid interface installed such as Grid, X-Perl or sRaidFrames, or for those who like the default WoW raid interface. Note that you should have either CTRA or oRA2 installed, not both. You can download it here.

Install the addon as per the instructions above. Once installed you should see a new icon floating around your minimap. Clicking this brings up the configuration window that allows you to customise exactly how the addon functions.