A little escape macro

He Guys,

I am not a super PVP player and I always felt the need for a macro that could get me out of trouble. This a very humble little macro that you can insert at the end of any GS macros. It uses Bestial wrath, then Disengage and Deterrence. I find it practical in BG’s and Ashran. Just wanted to share it with the community. Some of you might find it interesting :wink:

Thanx to Beef for his awsome macro that inspired me!

Sequences[‘Retreat’] = {
StepFunction = [[
limit = limit or 1
if step == limit then
limit = limit % #macros + 1
step = 1
step = step % #macros + 1
‘/cast [nochanneling] !Bestial Wrath’,
‘/cast [nochanneling] !Stampede’,
‘/cast [nochanneling] !Deterrence’,
‘/cast [nochanneling] !Disengage’,
PostMacro = [[
/cast [combat]
/use [combat]14
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

I would like to set a ice trap at my feet ( at the beginning of the macro) to slow the ennemy down. Tried a few options but I can’t seem to be able to cancel the trap launcher using GS. Any idea would be veru welcome

Premacro section:
/cancelaura !Trap Launcher

Macro Body:
/cast Ice Trap
/cast Spell 1
/cast Spell 2
/cast Spell 3

Be advised:

A.) Your DPS will suffer a little from stopping your damage in order to place traps at your feet, but is good against ferals and rogues.

B.) You will need to make another macro to turn your Trap Launcher back on after you have turned it off by using your DPS macro; it would look like this:

/cast !Trap Launcher
/cast Ice Trap

You can even make one for all of the hunter traps.

Hope that helps.

–John Q.