With a single act of destruction, Sylvanas Windrunner has ripped open the way to the afterlife. Azeroth’s staunchest defenders have been dragged into all-consuming darkness. An ancient force of death threatens to break its bonds and unravel reality.
Hidden realms of wonder and horror await any who would pass to the other side. The Shadowlands is home to an entire realm of the departed; it is a world between worlds whose delicate balance preserves life and death itself.
As one of Azeroth’s greatest champions, you have been granted the power to cross over in body and soul. Now you must investigate a conspiracy to unmake the cosmos, and help Warcraft legends journey back… or fulfill their ultimate destiny.
The newly launched minimalistic custom interface for World of Warcraft Shadowlands is based on the most popular ElvUI, and it’s the ToxiUI.
As we all know, ElvUI is the most popular custom UI’s for World of Warcraft for quite some years, and the ToxiUI team has created a great minimalistic edit for Shadowlands players, complete with the popular WeakAuras addon.
“I started making ToxiUI not that long ago – September of 2020. At first, it was a bad attempt at replicating HeyBarbarauivaUI but then font by font, pixel by pixel I molded ToxiUI into something more unique. The first “finished” version of ToxiUI had Action Bars in the middle between Target and Player Unitframes, but it didn’t take me long to finally say “this fucking sucks” and find Luxthos WeakAuras! That’s when I started going in the minimalistic direction.”
The latest custom interface has its installer for easy installation and a custom healer layout. It should be noted that ToxiUI only works with the Shadowlands expansion. A classic version of the interface will also be released in the future.
I want to finish this by saying that this expansion does certainly feel like one that could draw me back into World of Warcraft. I’m already getting the urge to explore older content that I’ve missed through the years. Once I’ve explored more of what the covenants and other endgame aspects have to offer, I’ll come back to you and let you know just how World of Warcraft: Shadowlands holds up. For now, it’s looking positive, even though it certainly has its issues.