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4-21-2011 @ 7:04PM
This macro currently works in 4.0.6 due to a bug that allows you to cast Holy Word: Serenity or Holy Word: Sanctuary without speccing into Revelations if you access those spells directly via a macro. It's main benefit is while in Chakra: Serenity you can cast Holy Word: Chastise on an enemy target without having to cancelaura out of your Chakra: Serenity state (two, two, two holy words in one Chakra state). This is supremely powerful on Cho'gall where Holy Word: Chastise is useful as a ranged interrupt on Worshipping players. The disorient effect will break them out of Worshipping, and it has a 30 yard range. This will Chastise your enemy mouseover or your enemy target, it will Serenity a friendly target or mouseover if Serenity is off cooldown, otherwise it will cast the Sanctuary reticle. You save 1 talent point, but must use this macro to cast your Holy Words. I find this one macro for all Holy Words and saving 1 talent point to be the best macro currently in 4.0.6.#showtooltip Holy Word: Chastise/cast [@mouseover,harm] [exists,harm] Holy Word: Chastise; [@mouseover,exists,nodead,help] Holy Word: Serenity/cast Holy Word: SanctuaryFinally, the best healing spell in the game, Lightwell, can be made easier to use by focusing it after you cast it, but you have to press this macro 1 more time after casting Lightwell:#showtooltip Lightwell/cast Lightwell/target Lightwell/focusThen you never need to "find" the Lightwell and "click" on it to get a charge. You simply hover your mouse over the focus frame and then use your "Interact with Mouseover" keybind. Even if you can't see the Lightwell on your screen it will still use a charge.
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