You don’t really see druids mimic disc priests, but this macro pulls it off pretty dang well! This macro is incredibly effective and you will also get questions from other druids when you beat them on the meters in LFR or Flex. I haven’t tested in normals since I only do normals on my Warlock main. I imagine in Normal you’d need to revert to more traditional heal styles, but I could see this shining on certain normal fights where you are often clumped together.
Dream of Cenarius is obviously required.
Talents need here are X/1/X/3/X/2.
Major glyphs I use here are wild growth efflorescence.
Minor glyphs: NO sprouting mushroom. Macros cant target the ground.
Stats: I’ve been playing with stacking lots of crit which is usually a less desired stat for trees. It’s working out very well.
/castsequence [@Player]reset=0.3 0,0,0,0,Wild Growth /castsequence reset=target Wrath,Wild Mushroom,Wrath,Wrath /castsequence [@Player]reset=0.3 0,0,0,Innervate /castsequence [@Player]reset=0.3 0,0,Swiftmend /castsequence [@Player]reset=1 0,Lifebloom,Rejuvenation,Swiftmend /use Force of Nature /use Lifeblood /use Barkskin /use Ironbark /use 14 /use Wild Mushroom: Bloom /run UIErrorsFrame:Clear()
Everything pops, and I tried to lock this macro up, but couldn’t. Lifebloom is in there mainly to get clearcasts, but it doesn’t hurt to help keep you topped off too. Swiftmend is there twice to make it pop more often and reliably. Fully sufficient one button rotation. Obivously you can roll hots on the raid separately but I find its really not needed most of the time in LFR/Flex unless other healers are slacking.
When practical, try to position yourself near clumps of other players so they soak up more of your efflorescence. But even if you stand off by yourself you will hold your own on the meters.
Let me know what ya’ll think