WoW DBM-NotScaryAtAll addon Shadowlands/Burning Crusade Classic 2022
wow addon DBM-NotScaryAtAll


Game Version: 6.0.3
Total Downloads: 148,560
Updated: Nov 12, 2014
Created: Oct 28, 2009
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Name Size Uploaded Game Version Downloads
v9 release 2.43 KB Nov 12, 2014 6.0.3 56,789 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v9 releaseDownload
v8.1 release 2.03 KB Jun 13, 2014 5.4.8 16,137 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v8.1 releaseDownload
v8 release 2.32 KB Feb 9, 2014 5.4.2 9,366 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v8 releaseDownload
v7 release 2.25 KB Sep 7, 2012 5.0.4 25,530 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v7 releaseDownload
v6 release 2.25 KB Jun 28, 2011 4.2.0 21,810 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v6 releaseDownload
v5 release 2.25 KB Apr 27, 2011 4.1.0 5,784 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v5 releaseDownload
v4 release 2.24 KB Mar 17, 2011 4.0.6 3,927 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v4 releaseDownload
v3 release 2.22 KB Dec 11, 2009 3.3.0 8,056 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v3 releaseDownload
v2 release 2.22 KB Oct 28, 2009 3.2.0 1,161 download DBM-NotScaryAtAll v2 releaseDownload



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This is a boss mod plugin for Deadly Boss Mods. It makes 8 outdoor creatures into "bosses" for purposes of testing DBM callbacks with other addons. Once you register your addon with DBM you can engage one of these creatures in combat to exercise all the same code paths but without the inconvenience of, you know, potential death.

The eight outdoor creatures are around level 6 or 7. There is one creature per capital city, chosen to be near the entrance to that capital. The goal was to be able to easily test addons by teleporting to a capital and then reaching the test site quickly, maybe even using a bank alt to do the tests. 🙂

If you are not developing an addon, this will do nothing useful (but it's very flattering finding it included in half a dozen UI compilations…). If you are developing an addon, this addon will still do nothing useful unless loaded manually by code in your own addon. Instructions and functioning sample code are in the file README.TXT, unpacked into the usual place.


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