Resource Site Spotlight – Curse

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Hello Twisted Nether groupies and welcome to another installment of our resource site spotlight.


Today is an oldie but a goodie, and we haven’t shown the spotlight on this particular site in a while.

Welcome to Curse.comcurse logo

Curse is one of those sites that has changed but really hasn’t changed. It is still one of the premiere WoW addon sites out there.

From the main page click on downloads, you’ll see World of Warcraft is right up at the top of the list. Click on addons and away you go. You can browse among the top downloaded addons, or search for one by class, category or name.

Curse also provides a great way to manage those pesky addons. I highly recommend their addon client. It’s very easy and convenient to use. You can become a member for free and download the curse addon client. The client provide one stop shopping for addons and easy peasy updating. If you choose to become a premium member you can update all your addons with one click. All the while supporting the gamers that write the addons you enjoy. I cannot recommend this enough. It is fairly inexpensive and a good way to give back to the community.curse dropdown

From their front page scroll down and hover over any of the games in the list and see what links they have available for each one. Links are provided for all of their wiki sites under each game title well as a link to MMO-Champion, our previous resource spot light 🙂


Curse also offers a couple of additional features besides addons.

  • download clients for several games, including WoW
  • voice chat, now in open beta and available for download
  • wikis; WoWpedia, WoWDB, Minecraft, WildStar, Guild Wars 2 and many more…


If you haven’t been to Curse lately go and check it out. Enter a contest, download an addon and enjoy.

Sally forth….and go make the world a better place,


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