|PvPAudit-v2.5.5 release||64.13 KB||Apr 3, 2021||9.0.5||0||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.5.4 release||63.30 KB||Mar 30, 2021||9.0.5||1,776||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.5.3 release||63.23 KB||Mar 9, 2021||9.0.5||3,521||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.5.2 release||63.24 KB||Dec 30, 2020||9.0.2||5,885||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.5.1 release||63.20 KB||Dec 20, 2020||9.0.2||1,919||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.5 release||63.16 KB||Dec 19, 2020||9.0.2||455||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.4.5 release||62.75 KB||Nov 18, 2020||9.0.2||1,663||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.4.4 release||62.74 KB||Oct 13, 2020||9.0.1||1,377||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.4.3 release||62.74 KB||Aug 5, 2020||8.3.0||1,312||Download|
|PvPAudit-v2.4.2 release||62.70 KB||Jul 5, 2020||8.3.0||1,024||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.4.1 release||12.36 KB||Jan 14, 2020||8.3.0||2,354||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.4 release||12.35 KB||Dec 13, 2019||8.2.5||1,032||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.3.5 release||12.06 KB||Sep 24, 2019||8.2.5||1,309||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.3.4 release||12.05 KB||Jun 25, 2019||8.2.0||1,688||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.3.3 release||12.04 KB||May 3, 2019||8.1.5||1,166||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.3.2 release||12.17 KB||Dec 15, 2018||8.1.0||2,288||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.3.1 release||12.14 KB||Dec 12, 2018||8.1.0||900||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.3 release||12.13 KB||Dec 2, 2018||8.0.1||837||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.2 release||12.05 KB||Sep 3, 2018||8.0.1||2,230||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.1 release||11.99 KB||Jul 18, 2018||8.0.1||1,615||Download|
|PvPAudit v2.0 release||9.20 KB||Jan 5, 2018||7.3.0||1,624||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.2 release||6.19 KB||Nov 28, 2017||7.3.0||559||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.1.5 release||5.32 KB||Aug 29, 2017||7.3.0||562||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.1.4 release||5.31 KB||Mar 28, 2017||7.2.0||600||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.1.3 release||5.30 KB||Oct 25, 2016||7.1.0||657||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.1.2 release||5.29 KB||Jul 20, 2016||7.0.3||612||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.1.1 release||5.26 KB||Dec 27, 2015||6.2.3||835||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.1 release||4.59 KB||Sep 13, 2015||6.2.2||433||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.0.1 release||4.27 KB||Sep 13, 2015||6.2.2||78||Download|
|PvPAudit v1.0 release||3.94 KB||Sep 7, 2015||6.2.2||187||Download|
World of Warcraft PvP addon
PvPAudit helps you find appropriate PvP partners by making it easy to quickly see:
- your history with another player (arena only)
- your history with each comp you’ve played (arena only)
- your history on each map (arena only)
- the PvP experience and current ratings of another player (arena and RBGs)
For any player your current character has played one or more (rated) arena matches with the tooltip (both regular tooltip and the one used by the LFG tool) will display:
- win/loss record with that player
- MMR range of the games played with that player
Your win/loss record with each player, comp, and map can be seen in the history viewer (
Note: if you leave the arena instance before the end-of-arena scoreboard is shown that match will not be included in your match history (i.e. stay until the scoreboard is displayed if you want accurate data).
Simply target another player and run
/pvpaudit to see the current rating and experience for each arena bracket and rated battlegrounds. The default command outputs this so it is only visible to you but there are options to output to various chat channels.
Please note Blizzard requires some proximity to collect the necessary data so running
/pvpaudit on a player a great distance away will result in an OUT OF RANGE error, an otherwise invalid target (e.g. a member of the opposing faction) will result in an UNABLE TO AUDIT message. The data is cached so if you attempt to audit a player you had previously (successfully) audited but is currently out of range it will display the cached results (as well as the age of the results), cached results are purged after 30 days.
- Highest rating ever reached for each arena bracket and RBGs.
- Current rating for each arena bracket and RBGs.
- Notable PvP achievements (e.g. Gladiator, Arena Master).
- The exact highest rating can only be obtained for arenas, for RBGs the highest achievement earned is used.
- WoW’s compare achievements functionality (used for determining what achievements the target has earned) returns achievements a player has earned on any character on that account by default, not just that specific character (players can toggle this in Interface => Display). As a result a character’s highest rating may be lower than what would seem required for an achievement.
- WoW’s API for getting arena info often has a short (about a second) delay, this is only slightly noticeable when auditing a single target but more pronounced if doing a group audit on a large raid
Player Audit Commands
/pvpaudit– audit the current target
/pvpaudit instance– audit the current target and output to /instance
/pvpaudit party– audit the current target and output to /party
/pvpaudit raid– audit the current target and output to /raid
/pvpaudit officer– audit the current target and output to /officer
Arena History Commands
/pvpaudit history– open the arena partner/comps/maps history viewer
/pvpaudit clear players– removes all players from arena history
/pvpaudit clear comps– removes all team compositions from arena history
/pvpaudit clear maps– removes all maps from arena history
/pvpaudit clear all– removes ALL data from arena history
/pvpaudit config– open the configuration panel
/pvpaudit help– print the command list
To audit all current group members for a specific bracket append the bracket after any of the above audit commands. Arena brackets can be provided by either single (e.g.
3) or three character identifiers (e.g.
/pvpaudit i 2,
/pvpaudit raid rbg
Commands can be ran with
/pa instead of
/pvpaudit – unless another addon is in use that registers
/pa (in which case the longer option should be used). Additionally, auditing the current target can be keybound via the WoW keybinding interface (Key Bindings => Addons => PvPAudit).
- for past arena partners allow including a note for display in tooltip along with history
- include opposing comps in the history viewer