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10-22-2010 @ 11:10AM
Macro it to announce it? Then once everyone's used to it, you can make even more friends by getting rid of the announcement.
10-22-2010 @ 11:29AM
I'm finding a macro call-out to be good for pugs at the moment.. Start off with a /RW then after a while you shouldn't need it. We trained them to not stand in AoE effects whether it's fire, shadows or puppies so we can train them to pay attention to the helpful AoE's :]
I like the idea of a macro. I'm not sure how I'd macro Holy Word: Sanctuary, though, since that spell doesn't turn on until Prayer of Healing Chakra is active. I guess I'm just bad with macros in general.
10-22-2010 @ 11:49AM
Hal - I'm not sure how the spell works, since I don't play a priest, but just because it's a proc off Chakra doesn't mean it's hard to Macro.Open a macro and shift click the spell in your spellbook, or you can type /cast Holy Word: Sanctuary in, but shift clicking ensures the name is put in correctly. Then hit enter, and type /ra Now Casting Holy Word: Sanctuary! Go to the light children! (or whatever phrase suits you..)If you have raid assist or lead, you can do /rw and get the nice on screen pop-up. You can also do a /p instead of /ra for those 5 mans. Or if you have an chat addon that supports "smart group" chat, you can probably do a /group (or whatever the addon supports) and have it go where it needs to.If you REALLY wanna cover you bases, do a /ra, /p and /rw and just know that you'll be spamtastic.
10-22-2010 @ 1:13PM
Well, that's the funny part: Holy Word: Chastise becomes Holy Word: Sanctuary when the Chakra is active. Otherwise, it doesn't appear in your spellbook at all, except under the "Revelations" portion, which can't itself be linked.But I'd want the /yell (or whatever) component to only go off when I place the zone, not while I'm still positioning it.
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