|3.6.0 release||282.25 KB||Oct 18, 2014||6.0.2||55,470||Download|
|3.5.4 release||280.95 KB||Sep 10, 2013||5.4.0||29,651||Download|
|3.5.2 release||280.98 KB||Jul 19, 2013||5.3.0||11,531||Download|
|3.5.1 release||280.92 KB||Jul 17, 2013||5.3.0||2,529||Download|
|3.5.0 release||266.90 KB||Jul 10, 2013||5.3.0||4,948||Download|
|3.4.1 release||263.87 KB||Jul 4, 2013||5.3.0||4,784||Download|
|3.4.0 release||264.12 KB||Jul 3, 2013||5.3.0||2,426||Download|
|3.3.1 release||263.79 KB||May 19, 2013||5.2.0||10,226||Download|
|3.3.0 release||263.15 KB||Dec 9, 2012||5.1.0||16,434||Download|
|3.2.2 release||258.57 KB||Dec 4, 2012||5.1.0||5,505||Download|
|3.2.1 release||258.52 KB||Dec 3, 2012||5.1.0||3,185||Download|
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|3.0.1 release||263.16 KB||Oct 21, 2012||5.0.5||8,350||Download|
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|myBigIgnite 2.2.1 release||290.89 KB||Jan 13, 2012||4.3.0||37,067||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.2.0 release||290.93 KB||Jan 11, 2012||4.3.0||2,491||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.1.5 release||184.16 KB||Dec 9, 2011||4.3.0||8,805||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.1.4 release||184.24 KB||Oct 21, 2011||4.2.0||8,539||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.1.3 release||184.24 KB||Oct 15, 2011||4.2.0||2,387||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.1.2 release||184.23 KB||Jul 19, 2011||4.2.0||4,230||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.1.1 release||184.22 KB||Jul 18, 2011||4.2.0||423||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.1.0 release||184.24 KB||Jul 17, 2011||4.2.0||324||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.0.2 release||169.38 KB||Jul 4, 2011||4.2.0||1,984||Download|
|myBigIgnite 2.0.1 release||169.38 KB||Jun 28, 2011||4.2.0||845||Download|
|myBigIgnite 1.4.4 release||29.93 KB||Apr 27, 2011||4.1.0||160||Download|
|myBigIgnite 1.4.3 release||29.25 KB||Apr 10, 2011||4.0.6||653||Download|
|myBigIgnite 1.4.2 release||25.85 KB||Apr 4, 2011||4.0.6||196||Download|
|myBigIgnite 1.4 release||25.71 KB||Mar 28, 2011||4.0.6||206||Download|
myBigIgnite has been designed to allow fire mages to quickly decide whether it is worth to trigger their Combustion spell.
To achieve this, the addon display is centered on the amount of damage done by Ignite and provides additional informations around. Addon colour and size is adjusted depending on whether a threshold of Ignite damage is reach and Combustion is available.
Together with this central function, myBigIgnite comes with other features such as a specific timer for Ignite as well as an automatized power bar, a entire module dedicated to providing informations about Combustion, etc.
The addon has a modular structure: every feature can be seperatly activated. It means that it can virtually fit any player preference whether a full or a minimalistic set of information is wanted.
- Clear display of Ignite damage
- Ignite timer bar
- Ignite power bar
- Combustion module
- Heating up module
- Statistics record
- In game help
- Autohiding following different conditions
- Configurable layout that supports sharedmedia
- Addon activation only in fire spec (and only if you're a mage)
Blizzard now transmits tick values through the aura of dots. This allow to fetch the value of Ignite damage even before the tick. The downside is that it is inaccurate when several spells hit the target in a short period of time: all the spells will be incorporated in the calculation for the next tick but the value transmitted by the Ignite aura changes as fast as a new spell lands on the target. To avoid too much confusion, myBigIgnite incorporate a timer that delays slightly the refreshing of damage display, so most of these fast landing spells are absorbed and never reflected in the display. You can turn off this option if you will, but the damage display will consequently be more prompt to change and inaccurate (not badly as this shoudn't lead to an overprediction of the next tick, only a downprediction). You can also keep with the former way of fetching Ignite damage by looking at the combat log, but you loose in this case the advantage of being able to see Ignite damage before the tick happens.
Ignite power bar:
A bar indicating the power of current Ignite tick. This is done by real-time computing your damages. Briefly, it calculates the average and standard deviation of your Ignite damages over a certain amount of ticks. It makes the limits of the bar flexible but still relatively stables and should help you to spot exceptionnal ticks more quickly.
It is entirely dedicated to Combustion. The module pops each time Combustion is available and Ignite damages are above a threshold. It then shows a predicted amount of total damages for Combustion as well as the number of ticks. If Combustion is triggered it will show its timer, CD and tick damages. The last scrolling information corresponds to the total damage done and shows you the deviation compared to the prediction.
Heating up module:
This module shows when you get Heating up and Pyroblast! buffs. By default, Heating up icon is hidden when Inferno Blast is in CD.
Type /mbi config to access configuration tab or use the Interface button in game options. Type /mbi threshold [value] to set your optimal threshold without using the config panel.
Type /mbi help to access in game help. Type /mbi stats to access your records.