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6-18-2009 @ 9:28PM
You really need to not use that macro calling out to get your pet healed. Your pet is your own responsibility.
6-18-2009 @ 10:28PM
Minjee, Rob and Elathil: you all missed the part where it uses Mend Pet and a Bandage... it's not telling you to heal the pet, it's just a yell before the hunter does it him/herself.chill out
6-18-2009 @ 10:42PM
@QuidamtyraYou are right about the bandage and the Mend Pet... but the article does say"This macro will yell out asking for a healer in your raid to heal your pet."Heal your pet yourself. Using Mend Pet. And a bandage if you like. Just don't bloody yell it, say it or emote it first. Nobody except you cares that you are healing Fluffy.Same goes for players who think anyone gives a shit that they are mounting up, making a campfire or eating some pie.
6-19-2009 @ 10:00AM
I think the biggest problem a healer/anyone in a raid who hates /yell has a problem with is this sentence, "This macro will yell out asking for a healer in your raid to heal your pet." It's all fine and well if you mend pet after. However, don't yell for me to heal you if you're already healing your own pet, and definitely don't expect the healer to take care of your pet when there are players who need healing.Chill out.>.
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