Rating:        Based on 11 ratings
Reviewed:  10 reviews
Downloads: 20691
Released: Nov 27, 2008
Updated: Dec 20, 2010 by Jothay
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Application Rawr v2.1.2.zip
application, 8349K, uploaded Nov 27, 2008 - 20691 downloads

Release Notes

Welcome to Rawr 2.1.2. Rawr is now designed for use with WoW 3.0, primarily for characters up to level 80. Some things to note:
•We're not done. We've included only the models that have been updated for WoW 3.0; older models are available via our source control only, since they're not of much use until they get updated.
•To help you stay updated with the latest changes, Rawr will now check for new available updates, notify you if there's a newer version, and offer to open Rawr's website for you.
•We now have support for loading item data from Wowhead. Please note that the Wowhead parsing is brand new, so there are bound to be bugs. Please report any bugs you find, and we'll try to get them fixed asap.

Recent Changes:
v2.1.2: Improvements to launch time, and item editor performance. Support for more set bonuses and abnormal item stats. Fix for crash in Priest models. Updates to base stats and rating conversions for several models. Fixes for requirements and optimization of several gems. Added ghost hit for Frostfire bolt in Mage. Fixed the formula for PW: Shield in HolyPriest. Improved calculations for Cat and Bear, and made Cat results more descriptive.

Reviews for this release

Very good job overall with the previous versions,however in retri module hit rating is still counted with the old values,16 hit rating=1% hit.I really hope you will fix this in the next version :)
by Javert on Dec 3, 2008 at 6:43 AM
Fantastic program keep up the great work. However, it would be nice if you updated the item cache now again to save everyone doing it for each version.
by k0nk3r on Dec 2, 2008 at 11:34 AM
There is something buggy in the Retri Module, good to see if you are comparing Wrists. Everything is fine in the v2.1.1 release.
by phail216 on Nov 30, 2008 at 12:01 PM
Excellent work so far. I was surprised to find this even updated to its current state for wotlk. However, there is one thing I'd suggest for future updates. Update the item cache? By default, the majority of items say "Unknown location" and its probably wasteful on the armory resources to have us all update after each rawr update :/
by Raiko on Nov 29, 2008 at 6:40 PM
Very ambitious development team with good intentions. The program worked beautifully at level 70 but is now working out the extra kinks out of the new release. Overall I am amazed at the quickness in which they updated to WotLK. PS Some models don't work correctly but overall, the release is amazing.
by mgp84 on Nov 28, 2008 at 6:34 PM
Will warlock ever get updated? I have had very much use of this program - and I hope Warlocks willstill be included.
by Mahri on Nov 28, 2008 at 12:24 PM
Been usingg this for about a year now and couldn't imagine playing without it. However, it seems updating items from armory don't give the right value, like hundred tooth necklace doesn't take into account the armor penetration and the AP if updates from armory
by creepwood on Nov 28, 2008 at 8:23 AM
Great idea, excellent concept. If it didn't creash every 10 minutes and give error saying "rawrlog.txt in use by another application" all the time I'd even buy this program! I have had delete the program completely and redownload it just to get it working agian... honestly one more try and I'm done with it!
by broken on Nov 28, 2008 at 8:04 AM
Hrmm, still haven't fixed the retribution paladins stuff. Still only have an option for boss levels 70-73. Other than that, mostly everything looks good.
by Euneek on Nov 28, 2008 at 2:45 AM
Great Program that can improve one's game play and is quite fun and useful to use. Fast responses in the various discussion areas. Most of the modules are solid and when a problem comes up, the quick responses are appreciated. Haven't had any problems with 2.1.2--not sure what issue 'broken' is having.
by Ruiza on Nov 28, 2008 at 1:29 AM