Map Addons


Mapster is a very simple world map enhacement addon, which was designed to work in conjunction with all other map addons out there. The idea to create Mapster originated from pure lack of a simplistic addon that only modifies the world map, without adding a full scale feature set. Features: Map Style (Scale & Alpha), Coordinates, Fog of War removal, Enhancement of the raid/party group icons, Access to the Instance Maps from anywhere!


Adds features to the WoW world map, keeping all mapping type features in a single place. Features: Adjust the map window size, Move the map anywhere on the screen, Adjust the opacity of the window & maps, Saved sets for toggling between 2 map modes, Allows full player movement/messaging/etc with map open, Adds coords to the main map and the Minimap, Adds Instance maps which open to the correct instance you enter, Default data included for all bosses & locations, User editable notes for all maps including instance maps, NPC/Mob database collectable by mouseover or keypress, Toggling on/off display of unexplored areas of the map, Boss Loot Tables displays all the loot dropped by bosses, Waypoint system to guide you to any set point, Complete Quest logger with optional history database, Tracker module for gathering Herbs/Ores, NoteBook module for additional notes linked to Tooltips.

Map Enhancements


Shows ZoneInfo including instances on the World Map.


Fills in unexplored areas on the world map and provides a satellite view of the surrounding area. This is not a map replacement, it simply attaches to the map frame and should be compatible with most existing map addons.

Instance Portals

Displays dungeon & raid instance portal locations, and their entry level requirement, on the world map & zone maps. | JuniorDeBoss Youtube Review


Shows the cursor & player coordinates on the worldmap.


Adds a new checkbox in the upper left of the world map named 'Show Unexplored Areas'. Checking it will do just that.

Toggle Treasures

This small addon adds a "Show Treasures" option to the default world map tracking button, so you can turn off the treasures marked from the various treasure maps sold in Ashran.


Shows ZoneInfo on the World Map.



Gatherer is an addon for herbalists, miners and treasure hunters in World of Warcraft. It's main purpose is to track the closest plants, deposits and treasure locations on your minimap. The addon does not track like a tracking ability does, rather it "remembers" where you have found various items in the past. It does this whenever you gather (perform herbalism, mining or opening) on an item, and records the specific map location in its history. From then on, whenever the item comes into range of being one of the closest 1-25 (configurable) items to your present location, it will pop up on you minimap. When you view your World Map, you will also see the item locations marked on the particular map you are viewing there. Gathereraddon Website
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GatherMate is a lightweight node tracking addon. it is intended to replace Gatherer and/or Cartographer_<profession>. It is map mod independent, and devoid of library dependencies. A full data dump from Wowhead can be loaded, or you can import from Cartographer. Plugins - Curse

Map Notes


Handy Notes for your maps. Plugins - Curse



SimpleCoords creates a movable window that displays the player's location as coordinates.
Many hint and help web sites (Thottbot, WoWHead, etc.) use these coordinates to help players find objects or characters in the game. SimpleCoords also allows you to enter coordinates and display them on the minimap.


TomTom is your personal navigation assistant in World of Warcraft. This addon is very simple, but provides a nice set of functionality.A draggable coordinate display showing hundreth precision, this frame can be hidden or locked. WorldMap display of player and cursor coordinates, these displays can be hidden.
The ability to set waypoints based on coordinates. TomTomPing - displays direction to pings and party members.
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Instance Maps


The core of Atlas is basically an image viewer. However, it's the images that come with Atlas that make it worthwhile: a map for every instance in the game. Furthermore, the maps are marked with the locations of bosses and other points of interest. Atlas also includes maps of battlegrounds, dungeon locations, flight points, and outdoor raid bosses.