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World of Warcraft UI Mod Killing Fields
Rollie of Bloodscalp

VERSION 0.12 - June 18, 2008


0.12 -


0.12 - 06/18/2008 - Update
Some modifications to better detect battleground outcomes.

0.11 - 12/08/2007 - Update
Update for patch 2.3 which broke some battleground functionality.

0.9 - 04/08/2007 - Update
Update for patch 2.1, also added tracking of Arena names. This isn't functional on the site yet but will be soon!

0.9 - 04/08/2007 - Update
Removed the output from when incorrect team information is detected when in a battleground other than Arenas.

0.8 - 01/30/2007 - Update
Corrected a problem with scores while in Eye of the Storm

0.7 - 01/15/2007 - Update
Found a problem where the entry timestamps could be in an unexpected format. Have added code to make sure the format is as expected.

0.6 - 01/12/2007 - Update
Fixed bug introduced with the 2.0.4 mini patch.

0.5 - 01/11/2007 - Update
Well, there was a small problem with non UTF8 characters in player names that had to be addressed. Unfortunately all your data will be purged when you upgrade to 0.5. Only 0.5 data will be accepted and much of the previously accepted 0.4 data had to be removed from the site. Sorry!

0.4 - 01/07/2007 - Beta Initial Release
Initial Release for US only use. EU release soon to follow. If you are an EU player and would like to help test for EU, please email me at rollie (at) and we'll keep you busy!


Killing Fields is a battleground stat tracking mod for World of Warcraft.

Killing Fields quietly runs in the background, collecting information about your battleground experiences. Then, you can upload your data file to for compilation and display on the site.

There should be no noticable effect of running the mod in game, other than simple notification messages of when a battleground completion has been detected.

There are many stats tracked. You can see examples of the type of stats tracked here:

I will be adding additional displays and stats as time goes by!


Unzip the files into your %World of Warcraft/Interface/AddOns directory. It should create a WR_KillingFields directory with the installed files.

That's it! There is nothing else you have to do!

Upload your collected battleground information to

If you have any requests, comments, or suggestions, please post in the forums here.

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