that fight and algalon are the only exceptions to the rule.Originally Posted by Kruxx9949
/cast [target=self] Power Infusion
Can't you use %p as in %t or %f?
for with focus' targetOriginally Posted by Lalabaer
for with target's target
/cast [target=targettarget] SPELLNAME
for casting Pi on yourself without losing target
#showtooltip Power Infusion
/cast [target=player]Power Infusion
Holynovos - 80 Priest
Url - 80 Warrior
ROFL cast pi on yourself, if the tank is dying u should do ps because that helps ALL the healers and not just you ... l2p and give pi to an arcane mage 3+ times a fight,
ps. fix ur ui
I dont know if im missing something but there is no need to make a macro. I simply hold the Alt key when casting any spell on myself without losing my current target. The Alt key causes the spell to target self.
Hey retards... ever do a heroic with two DKs, a paladin, and a hunter? Sounds like a damn good time to PI yourself and show them how bad they are at DPS.Originally Posted by muto
It should go to mage when he doesn't have Icy Vains up, otherwise on Shadowpriest, they scale better with haste now than shamans/boomkins.Originally Posted by muto
Also, PI doesn't stack with Heroism/Bloodlust, don't forget that.
On topic: instead of writing your name you can write just "player"
#showtooltip Power Infusion
/cast [target=player] Power Infusion
Or if you're using default keybinds you can press alt+keybind to cast the spell on self without changing target.
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And instead of writing target=x you can write just @targetOriginally Posted by Myzrael
#Showtooltip Power Infusion
/cast [@player] Power Infusion
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Easy and simple.Originally Posted by AetherMcLoud
You aren't missing something. It was mentioned before and this is something you can toggle on or off.Originally Posted by Sanopotens
/cast Power Infusion
There you go, thats the one i use has no probleme at all
Even in endgame it's not automatic that it goes to a DPS. Sure it can when stuff is on farm, but for progress I may very well give it to a healer, normally the holydin a holy priest or the resto shaman.Originally Posted by muto
i recommend you fix "ur" spellingOriginally Posted by prettycute
My macro for Power Infusion looks like this:
It's a mouseover macro, which I simply binded to a specific click. It's enough just to hoover over and clickCode:/cast [target=mouseover] Power Infusion /run SendChatMessage("Power Infusion! Increasing your spell casting speed by 20% for 15 seconds! ","WHISPER",nil,UnitName("mouseover"))
The downside of this is the distance, if target is too far away and spell isn't casted the message is still sent. I couldn't find any stop sequence if the first action failed.