|SmackTalk3-1.9.zip release||142.04 KB||May 29, 2021||2.5.1||0||Download|
|SmackTalk3-1.8.zip release||141.10 KB||May 20, 2021||2.5.1||88||Download|
|SmackTalk3-1.7.zip release||136.30 KB||Feb 18, 2021||1.13.6 +1||49||Download|
|SmackTalk3-1.6.zip release||135.53 KB||Oct 29, 2019||8.2.5 +1||448||Download|
|SmackTalk3-1.5.zip release||133.38 KB||Oct 3, 2019||8.2.5 +1||177||Download|
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V1.9 – Added druid specific lists for shapeshifted forms (bear/cat)
SmackTalk3 provides the ability to automatically role-play or trash talk your targets while you melt face. When you attack with melee damage or a spell (damage or heals) a random quote is selected from the list and sent to your preferred output channel.
Melee Crit: “Bringing you the spank in tank-n-spank!”
Fire Crit: “BBQ’s hot – you want light meat or dark?”
Heal Crit: “You ain’t got time to bleed”
Death: “I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next”
AFK Response: “AFK, meeting a GM for drinks.”
In game addition/modification/deletion of quotes
Output throttling to prevent too frequent output
Multiple quote lists – each of the following has it’s own quote list: Damage: Melee, Melee Bear/Cat, Holy, Fire, Nature, Frost, Shadow, Arcane. Heals, AFK, Deaths, Excuses, Mob Yells, Pet Crit, Pet Summon
Prioritized output channel list, defaulting to: Raid, Party, Guild, Say, Print
Responds to mob yells with emotes – eg “/me tells <sender> to stop yelling already.”
Each of the following have a configurable occurrence rate: Crits, AFK, Death, Mob Yell, Pet Crit, Pet Summon
Handles substitution of the following variables in quotes:
- %me – character name,
- %dst – name of the unit the spell effects (does not require targeting),
- %pet – name of current pet (note, for warlocks this will say Unknown the first time you summon a pet after learning it but after that point it will keep track of your pet names)
- %t – currently selected target
- %d – damage amount,
- %s – spell name (defaults to “melee” for melee quotes)
/smacktalk3 or /st3 – Addon configuration menu
/st3 (version|ver|v) – display version
/st3 (quotes|quo|q) – open quotes update window
/st3 (excuse|exc|e) (guild|officer|raid|party|say|yell|ui) – make an excuse to the given channel eg /st3 excuse party or /st3 e p
Install and you’re ready to go. Configure the rates by typing /smacktalk3 or /st3 or by navigating to Options->Interface->AddOns->SmackTalk3. Update to your quotes of choice with /st3 quotes or by clicking on “Edit Quotes” in the addon config menu.
Found a bug?
If you think you might have found a bug, just leave a comment here. If possible, list the steps to reproduce the bug or the circumstances when it occurred.
If there are any features you would like to see added please mention them in the comments. Spalmer uses this mod for Role Playing an obnoxious dwarf pirate hunter named ScurvyPete in classic. Coder_Qwade has a fire mage that loves to pun.
SmackTalk3 builds on SmackTalk2, updating it to work for the current Wow API. SmackTalk2 kept me company while grinding and farming and I hope you get the same from SmackTalk3.