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    Warlock pet attack when I start casting

    Is there a macro can make pet start casting whenever I start casting?

    This is my macro, but it seems not working though. Please help, thanks.

    #showtooltip Immolate
    /cast [target=pettarget,exists] Firebolt
    /cast Immolate

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    I'd say:

    #showtooltip Immolate
    /petattack
    /cast [target=pettarget,exists] Firebolt
    /cast Immolate

    But then again, I don't know much about macro's, though I know /petattack works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xcitu View Post
    I'd say:

    #showtooltip Immolate
    /petattack
    /cast [target=pettarget,exists] Firebolt
    /cast Immolate

    But then again, I don't know much about macro's, though I know /petattack works.
    You can just use:
    #showtooltip Immolate
    /petattack
    /cast Immolate

    It will force your pet to start attacking whatever you're targeting. I play a frost mage and I have this set up for my elemental on my frost bolt. Works great.

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    Say if the mob's hp is about 3,000 and I switch to cast immolate on 2nd mob. I wish my Imp can still cast firebolt and kill 1st mob. If I use this macro (/petattack), will Imp stop casting and attacking 2nd mob right away? Is this possible?

    PS. I know there's a macro like (/cast !Firebolt) so Imp won't stop current spell casting.

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    Hmm, that's one issue I do have with my macro, my elemental breaks off casting and immediately starts attacking the new target. So the /cast !Firebolt syntax makes them finish the current cast?

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    The exclaimation mark is the notoggle indicator. It basically says "start casting if you aren't yet, but if you are, don't cancel it".
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