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Combined Statistics (reupload)

Game Version: 9.2.7
Total Downloads: 66
Updated: Oct 1, 2022
Created: Sep 21, 2022
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This is a reupload of the original Combined Statistics by me. Due to the whole merging of curseforge and twitch i no longer have access to my old account and cannot update the old project.


Combined Statistics (CS) allows you to track statistics across all your characters.


It was originally born from my frustration of endlessly killing Kael’Thas for his chicken and not being able to easily see how many times I’ve killed the pompous jerk across all of my toons. 



Type “/cs show” in chat to see the GUI.


To start tracking a specific stat, simply click any statistic in the default WoW statistics tab and it should automatically open the CS-GUI. You then have to hit the “Track” button, and CS will start tracking that statistic.

Alternatively, type it’s ID into the search bar at the bottom of the GUI, hit “Search” and then “Track”. You can find the ID when searching for the statistic on wowhead, for example. The ID is part of the web-adress of the statistics wowhead-page, right after “achievement=”. 


Naturally, CS can only track the statistics of characters you logged in with the AddOn enabled. After you start tracking a new statistic, you will have to log in on all of your characters for CS to look up the data.


To untrack a statistic, either click it’s name in the CS GUI or enter its ID into the search bar, then press the “Untrack” button.


Known Bugs:

  • sometimes the mouseover-tooltip on the specific values shows a different stat than the one hovered over


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