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2-04-2012 @ 6:54PM
I barely use Intervene, or atleast very situational, for example: at Shannox when I need a few more seconds to get rid of my impale stacks I intervene my nearby healer. But since last week I made it my 'mission' to use my whole toolbox. Therefore my question: do you use intervene a lot? And if so, you might have a good macro for it?
2-04-2012 @ 8:47PM
My main is a holy priest, but my favorite alt is my warrior. I have it as a clique binding and leave a goodbit of my healer ui up to keep a general understanding of what's happening. I'm not the best at keeping control with dps who unleash as I'm charging in, so usually I see a big red aggro box on a frame not my own, so I shift+click that frame and get my aggro back.
2-05-2012 @ 7:21AM
I agree, Intervene as a clique command is where it's at. I have it the same click-binding as my Paladin's taunt-target's-target spell so when I see a bar light up with threat, it's second nature to just click that portrait and taunt. It's also wonderfully useful for if you get rooted/snared, or if you can see a Big Nasty Spell heading for your healer or resident squishie.
2-05-2012 @ 1:44PM
Use it on your other tank after a tank swap. DPS may no longer be a threat to your TPS, but another tank often can be. Taunt the mob/boss, hit it, then intervene your buddy, and your threat worries should be gone.Other than that, Intervene is mobility, occasional threat reduction on players who need it, somewhat useful in PVP with Safeguard, and a funny way to avoid fall damage. (along with every other warrior mobility ability)
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