Thursday, April 2, 2009

Tranq Shot Macro

Need a Tranquilizing Shot macro? This one is pretty good and not overly situational.
/cast [target=mouseover,exists] Tranquilizing Shot
It lets you keep dps'ng the things you're dps'ng. When you have something you need to tranquilize, you just make sure your mouse is over it, and you hit that button. If the thing you had your mouse on top of could be tranq'd and your cooldown was available, no sooner said, a tranq shot will stray off your target and hit the mob to be tranq'd. If it can't be tranq'd, then nothing is wasted. Works like a charm. It was great back in SSC days on the murlocs. It is still great with enraged flames in OS. You don't have to target something else. You don't have to stop dps'ng. The only reason you might not want to use this is if you don't like to use your mouse and use up a key that fires the tranq.

1 comment:

  1. /cast [target=mouseover][] Tranquilizing Shot
    is my version. The exist condition is redundant, and the empty condition [] allows you to use the same macro to tranq your current target if you're not mousing over any tranq-able targets.