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Easily create, change, and save a unique raid healing assignment for each separate raid encounter and communicate it via raid, whisper, or custom channel to your raid healing team. (This addon is based on “Heal Officer Classic” by Tytus_ttv, which itself was based on “SurgeonGeneral” by Brimmstone. However, this addon supports all versions of Retail and Classic WoW, fixes several outstanding bugs from the original, and adds several much-needed features.)
What’s New (Click here for full Changelog)
- Toc version update for Retail’s 9.1.5 and Classic Era’s 1.14.0 clients.
- NEW FEATURE: By request, Phase support has been added.
Here’s how this works. Each column in the assignments section has a checkbox at the top. Selecting this will designate that column as a new phase. Once an encounter has a multi-phase assignment, broadcast/whispered assignments will include phase signifiers for all assignments. Essentially, you have three columns and 1 to 3 phases for each encounter. Mix and match at will. A single phase encounter with three assignments? No problem. A three phase encounter, each with one assignment? Gotcha covered. Also, when a column has been designated a new phase, column headers will change accordingly, because you know you’d expect nothing less.
Oh, and did I mention that this information is saved PER ENCOUNTER, allowing you to set and forget? I’m sure I mentioned that.
Open by clicking the minimap button, or with /healcomm, /hc, or /heal
- Set an assignment for each individual raid encounter. (Includes Raid and Boss listings for all versions of Classic and Retail WoW.)
- Addon is client aware. Raid and Boss information will only show for those encounters available to your client (e.g., TBCC clients would only see Classic and TBC raids).
- Addon is also instance aware. It can set the Era and Raid dropdowns according to the instance you’re in.
- Support up to three assignments per healer per encounter. These could be multiple phases, multiple responsibilities (Heal + Cleanse), or backup assignments.
- In addition to the assignments, each encounter allows a free-form note that can be used to give encounter-specific instructions, or generic assignments (such as, “Everyone else, raidheal”).
- Assignments and Broadcast note can be saved for each encounter! This makes assigning in future raids a snap. Just make quick edits for any attendance changes, and go!
- Assignments can be made outside of the raid prior to raid-time, and quickly edited once the raid is filled. (Some items will not work outside of a raid, however, such as auto-fill and broadcast.)
- Auto-fill names of all healers in the raid (based on healing class: Druid, Paladin, Priest, Shaman, and Monk). Names are compared to those already assigned, and missing healers can be auto-filled at any time. No more struggling to figure out which healer you’ve missed!
- Exclusion list of character names allows addon to ignore non-healers in healing classes (e.g., Retribution Paladins, Feral Druids, etc.). These names won’t be auto-filled, nor counted as healers in the “number of healers in raid” report. However, these names can still be manually assigned. (Want your Boomkin to decurse for one fight? No problem!)
- Broadcast assignments to raid or custom channel, or whisper to individual players.
- Allows auto-response of assignment whenever a player whispers to you, starting with “assign” or “repeat”. (For example, “Assignment” or “Repeat, please.” would both work.)
- Drag and Drop reordering of healer names.
- Drag and Drop assignment by dynamic markers (Main Tank 1-5, Mark icon, etc.)
- Class icons are displayed for healers in the raid, making it easy to spot assigned healers who are not in the raid.
- DataBroker integration.
1. Here, you see a list of the healers that have been assigned. Notice that a couple of them don’t have the class icons. This means that they are not in the current raid, and are listed because this assignment was saved previously. Thus, you can quickly know who needs to be replaced.
2. Broadcast notes are broadcast directly after the assignments. What’s more, if an unassigned healer whispers you an assignment request, your reply will indicate that they aren’t specifically assigned, but will include this note. (in case of a generic assignment, like you see here).
3. Auto Fill will automatically fill in any blank healer assignment fields with healers who are in the raid, but not directly assigned. Remember that two healers shown here aren’t in the raid. The easiest way to replace them is to delete their names, and hit Auto Fill. Those blanks will fill in with other healers in the raid. You may then drag-and-drop the class icons to reorder them or change assignments, if necessary.
4. This field is a space-separated list of names that the addon will consider non-healers. These names will be ignored by Auto Fill and not counted in the “Number of healers in raid” report you get in the chat log when you press Auto Fill. You may still manually assign a name listed here, and their assignment will be broadcast.
5. These preset assignments may be may dragged into any assignment field. MT1-5 will pull directly from the Main Tank list in the raid, so you can use these as “self-correcting” tank assignments. However, additional boxes will be added here with the actual names from the MT list, so you have that option as well. So, between Auto Fill for the healers, and these draggable options for the tanks, you won’t have to deal with typing special characters that some names contain.
6. Not numbered here, but Any blank field may be typed in directly, as well as copy/paste. So, you can manually type in “Tank Healers” as was done here, and copy/paste that to additional fields. Being able to type anything into these fields allows for very customizable assignments.
If you find any bugs, or would like to request additional features, please comment.