Client Version: 1.12
This is an addon for World of Warcraft Classic (1.12). It helps players to find several ingame objects and quests. The addon reads questobjectives, parses them and uses its internal database to plot the found matches on the world- and minimap. It ships with a GUI to browse through all known objects. If one of the items is not yet available on your realm, you’ll see a [?] in front of the name.
The addon is not designed to be a quest- or tourguide and won’t ever going to be like that. Instead the goals are more like an ingame version of AoWoW or Wowhead. By default it uses the opensource database provided by Light’s Hope.
pfQuest is the successor of ShaguQuest and has been entirely written from scratch. In comparison to ShaguQuest, this addon does not depend on any specific map- or questlog addon. It’s designed to support the default interface aswell as every other addon. In case you experience any addon conflicts, please add an issue to the bugtracker.
Every build includes a specifically crafted database to match the gameclient. The ‘noLoc’ package is for people with localized clients (e.g deDE)
playing on servers that don’t provide localizations (e.g Kronos). If you choose to use the `master`-zip instead, it will contain more than 100MB
of language-specific-data and therefore dramatically increase your loading screen times.
You can view the Latest Changes to see what has changed recently.
Map & Minimap Nodes
The database GUI allows you to bookmark and browse through all entries within the pfQuest database. It can be opened by a click on the pfQuest minimap icon or via ‘/db show‘.
The browser will show a maximum of 100 entries at once for each tab. Use your scrollwheel or press the up/down arrows to go up and down the list.
The addon features a CLI interface which allows you to easilly create macros to show your favourite herb or mining-veins. Let’s say you want to display all ‘Iron Ore’ deposits,
then type in chat or create a macro with the text: ‘/db object Iron Deposit‘. You can also display all mines on the map by typing: ‘/db meta mines‘.
This can be extended by giving the minimum and maximum required skill as paramter, like: ‘/db meta mines 150 225‘ to display all ores between skill 150 and 225.
The `mines` parameter can also be replaced by ‘herbs‘ or ‘chests‘ in order to show those instead. If ‘/db‘ doesn’t work for you,
there are also some other aliases available like ‘/shagu‘, ‘pfquest‘ and ‘/pfdb‘.