Lifebloom Stack and Rejuvination (bound to mouse wheel up)
/castsequence [modifier:alt,target=player][target=mouseover, exists] reset=7 Lifebloom, Rejuvenation, Lifebloom
Macro can be cast on mouseover target, target, or alt-self. This macro functions as a way to have one button for the heal rotation of Lifebloom/Rejuvenation. If you click it:
- 1st time: casts Lifebloom1
- 2nd time: casts Rejuvenation
- 3rd time: casts Lifebloom2
- (cast sequence resets)
- 4th time: casts Lifebloom3
#showtooltipIdea being while you have your mouse over your grid frame you can click to top up your stack
/cast [modifier:alt,target=player][target=mouseover, exists] Lifebloom; Lifebloom
This can be used for all of your spells such as regrowth etc and Innervate too!
Basically the macro will;
- Check if your hold ALT down, if so cast on yourself
- Check if your mouseover target exists (this could be mousing over on screen or in the unit frame (like grid))
- If neither of these give you the normal option to click on the player you want.
Mouseover Emergency Heals
#showtooltip Nature's SwiftnessHealing Touch wont be used all that much because it is expensive and slow however this will cast Nature's Swiftness (making next spell autocast) and then Healing Touch. I did also add in a [nomod] variable for if you wanted to cast Healing Touch without blowing NS cooldown.
/cast [nomod] Nature's Swiftness
/cast [modifier:alt,target=player][target=mouseover, exists] Healing Touch
Announce and Res by Scenario
#showtooltipThis will annouce who you are trying *1 to heal and then cast either Rebirth or Revive based on your combat type. I also added a modifier option but this was more to quickly see how long left on cooldown.
/say I am resurrecting %t
/cast [combat][modifier:alt] Rebirth ; Revive
*1 I say trying because this macro isnt going to be smart enough to know if the spell was cast successfully. You could potentially change /say to a healing channel for your raid if wanted.
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Help Me
/rw Upyursh is under attack!This one should be obvious enough, if you pull aggro it will send a Raid Warning and an emote to help. This SHOULD get your tanks attention.
Other Useful Macros for Druids
Can be found here at wowwiki