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  1. #1

    Default macro request: rebirth

    Hello all,

    any suggestions on rebirth usage in a full druid team?
    Is it like toon A cast rebirth on toon B, Toon B on C and so on?

    thanks,

    Tank
    Multiboxing 10 accounts!
    Outland-Europe
    2 mistweaver monks - 8 Elemental shamans

  2. #2

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    This is what I use. If I spam it on all of my characters at once it only uses 1 of the rebirths.

    /cast [@focus,dead] Rebirth

    Just set the focus to the character who died and boom, back in action.

  3. #3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellay View Post
    This is what I use. If I spam it on all of my characters at once it only uses 1 of the rebirths.

    /cast [@focus,dead] Rebirth

    Just set the focus to the character who died and boom, back in action.
    thank you, works ;-)
    Multiboxing 10 accounts!
    Outland-Europe
    2 mistweaver monks - 8 Elemental shamans

  4. #4

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    Personally I just use a macro in ISBoxer for my battleresses:

    Code:
    /cast [@{SLOT1},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT2},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT3},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT4},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT5},dead] Rebirth
    The slots get replaced with the name of the character in each character slot, so it'll work with any team. And since there is a condition of "dead" for each part, it'll just target any character that is dead at the time. I found this rather useful so I don't have to actually target the character and can just have it all under a single keybind.

    Works fairly well. If you're worried about simultaneous casting using up multiple battle resses, then I guess you could round-robin it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wubsie View Post
    Personally I just use a macro in ISBoxer for my battleresses:

    Code:
    /cast [@{SLOT1},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT2},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT3},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT4},dead] Rebirth; [@{SLOT5},dead] Rebirth
    The slots get replaced with the name of the character in each character slot, so it'll work with any team. And since there is a condition of "dead" for each part, it'll just target any character that is dead at the time. I found this rather useful so I don't have to actually target the character and can just have it all under a single keybind.

    Works fairly well. If you're worried about simultaneous casting using up multiple battle resses, then I guess you could round-robin it.

    thanks Wubs.
    the first way works but i’d like to try yours aswell.. to feel what’s imo better.

    do i just paste it in wow macro’s in isboxer en keybind it?
    Multiboxing 10 accounts!
    Outland-Europe
    2 mistweaver monks - 8 Elemental shamans

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    You'd put in a new macro in a macro set that your character set uses and give it a unique keybind, yes. Then you can call it up in a mapped key with a Named World of Warcraft Macro Action. The reason the keybind is required (and needs to be unique) is that ISBoxer will create the macro in the addon and give it that same keybind ingame to have it accessible. So you'll not actually be sending the macro itself, but that bind instead, which triggers the macro ingame.


    Bit of a TL;DR explanation, but that is the general idea.

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