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    Hello, thinking of coming back to multiboxing, but i am a little lost. Before we had castsequence macros that we used, was wondering do we still use that for our rotations? Or do we do it a different way with WoW these days?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cybernerv View Post
    Hello, thinking of coming back to multiboxing, but i am a little lost. Before we had castsequence macros that we used, was wondering do we still use that for our rotations? Or do we do it a different way with WoW these days?

    Thanks!
    That is still an option.

    There are advancements, such as the isBoxer Pro system. But the old ways to do things are still viable.

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    Insofar as how classes play the ones I've played generally are.

    Filler / generator.
    Spender.
    Cooldown.
    Proc?

    Which usually means you need to handle the proc in a specific way. The proc will likely be a spell that is only cast during the proc and is a DPS loss outside of the proc. Like Demonology's demonbolt. The ideal way to handle this is still a /castsequence call whereby it only casts demonbolt say after a number of shadowbolts.

    I also moved to using the ingame system entirely as I found it most useful for when I would not be multiboxing and then made all my isboxer key command maps either direct -> all or round robin -> all. So the keypresses are basically all the same on each character which makes it a lot easier to follow.

    And all my macros are in gnome sequencer (wow addon). Which also makes it easy to edit and read being in notepad++. If you go GSE2 (the 2nd version) then lazymacros website has a lot of those you can grab.

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