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5-13-2010 @ 9:07AM
Great tutorial, Frostheim.I've been jump-Disengaging for a very long time, and it's very difficult to teach other hunters that are unfamiliar with the skill.Most of my difficulties in teaching other hunters in my guild is the fact that we must be in combat to jump-Disengage. Other than that, it's always very awesome to hear them on Vent or to read their reaction in chat when they realize what jump-Disengage will really do for their gameplay.Final Note: I have a macro with Disengage in it, but there is one additional spell included. . . Wing Clip. Obviously this will only be useful for extreme soloing or PvP'ing, but having/cast Wing Clip/cast Disengagecan slow an opponent/aggro'd enemy in melee range down for valuable seconds while your hunter flies out of the fray.
5-13-2010 @ 10:09AM
i have a much bigger macro that does alot more#showtooltip Disengage/console targetNearestDistance 5.000000/targetenemy [nodead]/cast harm,nodead]Raptor strike/cast [harm,nodead] Wing Clip/cast Disengage/targetlasttargetThis hits your nearest enemy with wing clip and raptor strike while you disengage without losing your main target.
5-13-2010 @ 10:21AM
I rarely play my hunter (only level 30 after about 2 years) and even i figured this out about an hour after i got that ability. How do people not figure this stuff out?Yeah doing stuff mid-air is an acquired skill, but the /Wingclip>>>/Disengage macro is probably the very first macro i ever made.
5-13-2010 @ 10:34AM
I've been using this a while as well. Honestly, I don't know how I ever ran without it. This technique quickly becomes a staple for any fight. The benefits are pretty clear. Awesome video tutorial. I'll definitely be reposting this one. =)
5-13-2010 @ 12:37PM
That macro is great for when you're Death Gripped by a DK. For added fun you can pop retaliation as soon as you are DGed drop 3 traps at the DKs feet and then use the disengage/Wing Clip/Raptor Strike macro. It makes DKs cry.
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