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6 Responses to “Useful Addons: Yarnball.”

  1. Calaera says:

    That seems useful indeed. I am usually hawking the chat logs, but sometimes I over or under estimate when the buffs are going to die out. Especially as BRD when I’m totally freaking out over every little thing going on (I’m so paranoid… I can’t help but think I’m the worst player at times). o.o; I’ll probably try it out~

  2. Strawberrie says:

    This is an RDM’s dream come true! We are constantly casting things and it seems nearly impossible to remember who will need a re-applied buff without scouring the chat log to see who needs it (I have long annoying /echos to tell me who I’ve buffed earlier). I love this so much! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Todd says:

    Can you customize this to catch Debuffs/DoTs and the likes on mobs? Or at least an indicator of what has been applied to a mob? How annoying is it cast a debuff/dot when someone else already has and you just waste mana. In WoW, you can see all the effects on the target (including your party). It’d be great if this addon could do something similar, but kudos for at least showing party buffs. Which makes me think, can it track party DEBUFFS as well so you don’t get spammed with “Erase plz” “poisona plz”? Bahhh.. why can’t SE learn from Blizz?

  4. Shayx says:

    Yarnball can’t do debuffs… but Ragns does have a debuffs program called MsJans… can get it from same site http://ragnskitty.com/forum/ very useful program also :D

  5. Maiev says:


    I don’t think it can do debuffs (wish it can)… and yea @ ur point, why can’t SE go learn the good stuff from WoW and bring it to life ._.

  6. Todd says:

    Thanks! I will try these out soon. I play FFXI *very* casually as I primarily do my T6 raiding in WoW. There’s just so much customizing in WoW I miss when I alternate between the two, thanks for helping out.

    Now, if only I could find a GOOD UI that can replace the craptastic mess we have to deal with. I have large widescreen monitor and the casting bar (which overlaps the macro palette) and the mob/party unitframes are TINY. I can never tell if that little pink MP is full or not. Is there such a UI mod like bongos or *anything* that’d make these more prominent?


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