Pragmatic World of Warcraft players keep a mule character or two for cheap extra storage space. Guilds usually maintain a few mule characters too for stockpiling reagents, quest items, communal cash and spare loot. The problem with having a stable of mules is that you can’t remember what they have in stock without logging them on and rifling through their gear.
To solve this I run the excellent BankItems addon by Kaitlin of Medivh. Then I run the following, very nasty, bash script on the SavedVariables.lua file created by BankItems to produce a simple text list of bank content and quantities.
Get cygwin, if you don’t have other means of running bash scripts.
Download myphatlewt.sh here.
Usage: myphatlewt.sh [Savedvariables.lua file produced by BankItems]
Redirect the output to a file by appending “> myphatlewt.txt”
Caveat 1: The quantity of any bags/containers that are listed will reflect the size of the bag, and not the quantity.
Caveat 2: This only dumps bank content, not personal bag content.