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9-29-2011 @ 6:41PM
Tauntmaster is pretty amazing for those times when you do happen to lose threat on a mob.
9-29-2011 @ 6:57PM
i tried it, it was actually kind of sketchy on my DK. the response times were NOT that spectacular when i'd hit that button.
9-29-2011 @ 8:36PM
Is Tauntmaster that addon that taunts someones target? Yeah, that's bad tanking.
9-30-2011 @ 8:16AM
Tauntmaster is an addon that works of a bad assumption. It assumes that the mob that is aggroed on someone is the one they are targeting. It will work one for ONE taunt for ONE class, but that is all.I wish it worked, I really wish it did, but it is based on a very bad assumption.Put another way... an Addon can NEVER make targeting decisions for you, NEVER. Blizzard will break anything that does this for you. The original Decursive and Healbot back in the pre BC days did this and Blizzard very deliberately broke that capacity. Tauntmaster CANNOT target a mob based on who it has aggro on.
9-30-2011 @ 8:51AM
If all it does is taunt the target of a friendly target, you don't need an addon for that. You just make a macro:/cast [harm] Taunt; [@targettarget, harm] TauntIt casts Taunt if you currently have an enemy unit selected; otherwise, if your non-enemy target has an enemy unit targeted, it casts Taunt on that targeted enemy unit. (Obviously you'd want to replace Taunt with whatever the name of the ability is for your class, if not a Warrior.)
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