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PvP Specific Macros

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Hey guys. Thought I'd contribute by making a list of some macros that will help you out in PvP. I will eventually add some class specific ones.

Target team mates

I use macros like these, as it is much quicker than clicking frames. Replace Boodizz with the name of the player you want to target.

/tar Boodizz

Use a spell on team mates without losing your target

This is really helpful for dispelling/decursing/freedoming etc. a team mate while not losing your target. Replace Boodizz with the player name and Dispell Magic with the spell you wish to use.

#showtooltip

/cast [@Boodizz] Dispel Magic;

Use a spell on a certain enemy in arena

This will use the named spell on an enemy in arena depending on what 'number enemy' they are (enemy on top is number 1, enemy below number 2 etc.)

#showtooltip

/cast [@arena1] Fear;

Use a spell on your focus

This will cast the named spell on your focus.

#showtooltip

/cast [@focus] Hex;

Use a spell on your target, but if shift is down use it on your focus

This will fear your target, but if shift is held down, it will fear your focus (can be changed to any modifier e.g. ctrl, alt)

#showtooltip

/cast [nomod] Fear;

/cast [mod:shift,@focus] Fear;

Use various pieces of gear

The following will use the piece of gear referenced (e.g. Engineer enchants, on use trinkets)

Gloves

/use 10

Cape

/use 15

Belt

/use 6

Trinket slot 1 (top)

/use 13

Trinket slot 2 (bottom)

/use 14

Warlock Specific

Use a pet skill depending on what pet you have out

This will use the listed pet spell, depending on which demon you have out. E.g. If you press the bind with a Felhunter out, it will spell lock your target. You can also make another macro using the same setup, but different pet spells.

#showtooltip

/cast [pet:Voidwalker] Sacrifice;

[pet:Imp] Singe Magic;

[pet:Succubus,nomodifier] Seduction;

[pet:Felhunter,nomodifier] Spell Lock;

[pet:Felguard,nomodifier] Intercept;

Use a pet skill on your focus

This is basically the same as the above, but it uses it on your focus. I added the Imp ability flee in, as the Imp has no spell fit for focus.

#showtooltip

/cast [pet:Voidwalker] Suffering;

[pet:Imp] Flee;

[pet:Succubus,nomodifier,target=focus] Seduction;[pet:Felhunter,nomodifier,target=focus] Spell Lock;[pet:Felguard,nomodifier,target=focus] Intercept;

Banish macro

This will banish your target if you have one, or will banish your mosueover if you have one.

#showtooltip

/cast [target=mouseover,harm] Banish; Banish;

Armor swap

Toggles between Fel Armor & Demon Armor

#showtooltip

/castsequence Fel Armor, Demon Armor;

Focus soul swap

This will exhale your soul swap on your focus.

#showtooltip

/cast [@focus][] Soul Swap

I have some more to add, but that's all I can get in for now. I will be expanding this section.

Hope this helped!

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Thank you Boodizz. I've been thinking about making a sort of macro guide for a long time, with explanation of how commands like /target, /cast, /use, etc. can be used, what modifiers can be applied, and so on. Maybe I'll get started on it after the release of MoP ;)

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Added some warlock specific macros

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Thanks! Sorry for not checking up on the thread lately, the MoP previews have been giving me a lot of work.

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Thanks! Sorry for not checking up on the thread lately, the MoP previews have been giving me a lot of work.

Haha that's fine man. I know not a lot of people are using the PvP section of the forums yet, but I figure it will help someone out if they stumble across it! I will put up some priest specific ones tonight.

You guys are doing an awesome job on the site btw, I really like it.

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Haha that's fine man. I know not a lot of people are using the PvP section of the forums yet, but I figure it will help someone out if they stumble across it! I will put up some priest specific ones tonight.

You guys are doing an awesome job on the site btw, I really like it.

Thanks! We know that the PvP section is not going to be very used for some time. This will change after the release of MoP, when we will start releasing PvP guides ;)

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