***Updated, FINAL VERSION*** Disc Leveling Macro 20+

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  • Baeon
    Grunt
    Post count: 23

    So I just unlocked Nightborne and decided to make a priest. I made this to level up and give the best DPS I could, while not trying to use abilities that I won’t have for 60+ levels. For now, I am using Schism. I hope this macro helps those who might be in my same boat. I will keep posting new ones as I level up and new abilities become available. Feedback is welcome.

    ***update***
    This is the final version for this macro, unless someone finds a glaring error that I have to fix. I will be posting a new level 40+ macro in a new thread, which at least at first, will just be this macro, and shadowfiend.

    New to this version is the ability to assist focus. if you have a focus, you will target their target, unless their target is dead, or a friendly, or they have no target. this can get weird if your focus is a spaz. if you want a version without it, just delete the line:
    /target [@focustarget, harm, nodead]
    ***/update***

    ***FINAL VERSION***

    Kiwical
    Sergeant
    Post count: 29

    I’d be interested in this, i just started a Priest

    Kostya
    Grunt
    Post count: 2

    good idea. Just started my priest too and thought about dps rotation.

    use yours and it works pretty good but there is a problem with Shadow Word Pain. Sometimes after pressing the button it renews the dot up to 3 times in a row and not using another spell even it they are ready

    I mean it’s good but if you want to go to arena with this priest it would be nice to have it perfect

    Baeon
    Grunt
    Post count: 23

    i will look into this. i will see if i can figure out how other macros get around this.

    Baeon
    Grunt
    Post count: 23

    This is better. I played around with different things, did not like castsequencing smite with SW:P, it popped smite too often.

    The problem with testing this is that there are no easy to get to target dummies for level 20-30, so I have to test on live critters, which melt too fast… this setup seems to cast in the order i want it to about 95% of the time…

    which should be, in a perfect world:
    SW:P, shield, schism, penance, smite, smite, smite, schism, shield, smite, smite, penance, SW:P…

    in practice, things fire in the wrong order occasionally, because the bad guys melt so fast at this level and if i am questing there are usually more than 1 mob at a time…

    I used penance to time the SW:P, i haven’t found a mob big enough yet to test whether SW:P falls off before getting refreshed. when i tried it with schism, it was refreshing after about 10-12 seconds, so once i find a big enough mob to test, i may have to switch it back it to schism, and add a smite.

    ***edit***
    there used to be code here, but i updated the original post to reflect the best version of this macro
    ***/edit***

    jeba
    First Sergeant
    Post count: 53

    works very nice and thanks to this macro i started priest again i hope you keep updating it.

    Baeon
    Grunt
    Post count: 23

    i will indeed. as i level, i will post new versions as the talents and new abilities require… for level 30, i didn’t need a new one, as that talent tier doesn’t come with a dps ability. i will try to keep the macro modless, as i use dominos and already have my alt and shift and ctrl buttons used for other things.

    littlealessa
    Grunt
    Post count: 8

    Does this work for dungoen healing too as disc?

    Gobbyport
    Scout
    Post count: 1
    Baeon
    Grunt
    Post count: 23

    Does this work for dungoen healing too as disc?

    Yes and no. It does apply power word: shield to your focus, so if you have set the tank as your focus you do get some atonement healing as a result for both you and the tank. Other than that, though, the healing is up to you.

    It was written as a *pure* dps macro with the intent of solo or 2 man questing. The use of schism actually works well for dps, but not so great for atonement heals… my level 60+ macro (still testing) removes schism in favor of castigation, which makes penance pop for an extra time. i am hoping it will work better in dungeon scenarios than the old one did…

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