If you haven’t been fortunate enough to have heard about LootAppraiser until now and you’re an avid farmer like myself, then you’ve been missing out. LootAppraiser, in the words of the developer, Wowprofitz “making farming sexy”…lol.

The add-on uses data from TSM (i.e. DBmarket) for your item value and alerts you when you loot something significant. This can be changed to what suits you. Click here to see a video regarding the addon by Wowprofitz.


I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able to watch some of his recent streams on Twitch and see this addon in full swing. Wowprofitz is a well-known person to many around the gold-making scene. Check out his content on his Youtube channel and Twitch channel.

Be sure to follow and subscribe to him for future updates and tips.

My Review of LootAppraiser:

Since I started using LootAppraiser, I’ve noticed that I don’t have to pay so much attention to the loot box to see what I’m looting. Instead, this marvelous add-on has an alert that pings when I loot something of value. It will also keep a running total of the potential gold made throughout the session. It also has a little stopwatch to track the total time of your current session.

For my settings, I only get notifications on items looted above 1k and that of uncommon quality or above. So if something is looted for 1k or above and is Green, Rare or Epic quality, I will get a notification.

However, looted grey items or items of no interest will be ignored as such, but the vendor value will still be in the total of gold made in the current session.

LootAppraiser in BETA:

It’s important to remember that at this stage, the addon is in the Beta phase. Wowprofitz is always looking to improve the add-on further. If it continues to improve, I can see this addon becoming an important tool for gold farmers in World of Warcraft.

Thanks for reading, guys, and don’t forget to share some love with the developer Wowprofits. Be sure to post your epic loot below!

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