Mouseover macros wow

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Mouseover target macros for Wow are very powerful ways to cast spells at targets that your mouse is currently hovering over. They are great for more sedentary class roles like healers that cast lots of spells at different targets. They are also popular with ranged DPS for PVP and tanks for taunting, CC, and silencing. 

Making a mouseover macro is actually extremely easy. You’ll find lots of mouseover macros here at Macro-Wow.com, but in this guide, we’ll teach you how to make your own.

First, you need to know the basic syntax of the /cast command. We went into detail with our /cast command syntax guide a while back, so if you want in depth analysis feel free to read over that guide. The basic syntax of a Mouseover target macro is this:

/cast [@mouseover] Spell Name

That macro will cast Spell Name at  your mouse over target. Pretty simple right? Right. However, you can add some really cool and complicated strings of spells with different conditionals to reduce the keybinds you have. Take a look at the next example:

/cast [@mouseover,exists,harm] Spell Name; [@target, exists] Spell Name

That Wow macro will cast Spell Name at your mouse over target, but we added a new conditional to it. We told it to only cast the spell at that target IF it exists and only if it is a harmful target. If none of those macro conditionals are met, the macro will move on to the next set of conditionals and spell.

Please note, you must add the “exists” or the “harm” conditional if you want the spell to return false and move on to the next step.

Write your own Wow macros

Finally, we’ll put everything we’ve learned into a longer macro that hopefully will be of help to you. First, let’s say we are a mage and we want to DPS a boss but we are responsible for sheeping  a certain mob as well as decursing the tank. We can put all that together into one, simple keybinded mouseover macro!

/cast [@mouseover, exists, harm] Polymorph; [@focus, exists, mod:shift] Remove Curse; [@target, exists, nomod] Frostbolt

First, this macro will attempt to cast Sheep on your mouse over target, if it exists and its harmful. If that doesn’t work, it will try and cast Remove Curse on your focus but only if you hold down the shift key with your normal key bind. Finally, it will cast Frostbolt at your target when none of the other conditions are met.

Stay tuned for more World of Warcraft macro guides so you can learn how to write your own macros.

Sours: http://macro-wow.com/guide/how-to-make-a-mouseover-macro-with-proper-syntax/

Useful Macro Templates

Mod: Signature Ability
Default: Covenant Ability
Priority: Mouseover > Cursor (Reticle Spells) > Default
Note: You’ll need to replace the generic spells with the specific spells once you select your final Covenant because Blizzard decided to disable the substitutions at that point.

Base Healing Macro

Alt: Self Cast
Mouseover Friend: Cast on Mouseover
Target Friend: Cast on Target
Target Enemy Targeting Friend: Cast on Enemy’s Target
Default casting behavior. This condition also serves to generate the correct tooltip.


Basic Helpful Mouseover Macro

Cast a helpful spell prioritizing mouseover.


Basic Harmful Mouseover Macro

Cast a harmful spell prioritizing mouseover.


Basic Reaction Neutral Mouseover Macro

Cast a spell that can target both friends and enemies, prioritizing mouseover (Penance, Holy Shock, Shadowstep etc.)


Basic Help/Harm Macro

This will cast one spell when mousing over or targeting a friend and another when mousing over or targeting an enemy.

Variant: HARM_SPELL as Default


Multi-modifier Mouseover Macro

Example of how to include multiple spells, differentiated by modifier, including mouseover. Trim it down and change to or depending on what you’re actually using it for.


Basic Reticle Macro

Alt: Cast at Player
Combat: Cast at Cursor
Default: Display Reticle


Nochanneling Macro

Prevent casting when CHANNELING SPELL is channeling.

Prevent casting when ANY SPELL is channeling.


Stopcasting Macro

Cancels your currently queued spell and interrupts your current cast so you can cast a priority spell. Note: this functionality is automatically baked into all interrupts. Also, this is really only useful for cancelling spells with a cast time > 1 GCD OR if you’re cancelling so you can cast a spell that’s off the GCD.


Cancelaura Macro

Useful for things like Levitate, Ice Block, Spectral Sight where you want to be able to toggle them on and off with a single key.


Conditional Focus Cast

Shift: Clear Focus
Alt: Set/Cast on Focus
Default: Cast on Target


Offensive Macro for Healers

This macro is primarily for healers who want to play Disc but want to play it like a traditional healer. Basically allows you to dps while having fiendly players targeted or moused over.

Mouseover Enemy: Cast on Mouseover
Target Enemy: Cast on Target
Mouseover Friend Targeting Enemy: Cast on Friend’s Target
Target Friend Targeting Enemy: Cast on Friend’s Target
Default casting behavior. This condition also serves to generate the correct tooltip.


Dynamic GetSpellInfo Macro

Useful for things like Mercenary racials and PVP Talents where there’s no condition to determine if a spell is known or not.


Death Knight

Raise Ally


Demon Hunter

Alt: Spectral Sight
Default: Consume Magic


Druid

Dead: Rebirth
Harm: Soothe
Default: Nature’s Cure/Remove Corruption


Hunter

Shift: Revive/Mend Pet
Alt: Misdirection
Default: Tranquilizing Shot

If you want to be absolutely certain it perfectly falls back, use this version instead. It just excludes the possibility of mouseover or focus not in your group


Mage

Harm: Spellsteal
Default: Remove Curse


Monk

Alt: Healing Elixir/Diffuse Magic/Dampen Harm
Help: Detox
Harm (WW): Touch of Karma


Paladin

Shift: Blessing of Protection
Alt: Blessing of Freedom
Default: Cleanse Toxins/Cleanse


Priest

Alt: Mass Dispel
Harm: Dispel Magic
Default: Purify Disease/Purify


Rogue

Alt: Crimson Vial
Outlaw: Grappling Hook
Default: Shadowstep


Shaman

Harm: Purge
Default: Purify Spirit/Cleanse Spirit


Warlock

Shift (Felhunter): Devour Magic
Alt: Unending Resolve
Dead: Soulstone
Default: Command Demon


Warrior

Alt (Prot): Spell Reflection
Default: Heroic Throw


Below are links to collections of my personal macros. The purpose of them is to condense the number of physical keys you need to press by controlling which spell is cast via modifier (alt/shift/ctrl) and adding enhanced targeting capabilities where applicable. Important Before using these macros make sure you unbind SHIFT 1-6 (Action Page 1-6) keys in your key bindings. If you don’t, pressing any of the shift modified macros will cause you to change action page instead of casting the appropriat…

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1.

Macros

1.1.

Generic Macros for Druids

1.1.1.

Rebirth

  • #showtooltip Rebirth
  • /cast [@mouseover,help]Rebirth;Rebirth

This macro casts Rebirth IconRebirth on your mouseover target, if they are a friendly player. Otherwise, it casts Rebirth on your current target.

1.1.2.

Shapeshift forms

  • #showtooltip Bear Form
  • /cast [noform:1] Bear Form
  • #showtooltip Cat Form
  • /cast [noform:2] Cat Form
  • #showtooltip Travel Form
  • /cast [noform:3] Travel Form
  • #showtooltip Incarnation: Tree of Life
  • /cast !Incarnation: Tree of Life

These macros will shift you into a corresponding form. Spamming the button will not put you out of the forms.

1.1.3.

Affinity Ability Macro

  • /use [spec:1,talent:3/1][spec:3/4,talent:3/2]Maim;[spec:1/2,talent:3/2][spec:4,talent:3/3]Incapacitating Roar;[spec:1/2/3,talent:3/3]Ursol's Vortex;[spec:2/3/4,talent:3/1]Typhoon;

This macro uses an ability tied to your Affinity row and works for all Druid specs.

1.1.4.

Canceling forms

This macro will shift you out of any current form.

1.2.

Specific Macros for Restoration Druids

1.2.1.

Mouseover Macros

Unless you are using a specific addon that will perform the same function, for all your healing and utility spells, we advise you to use mouseover macros such as:

  • #showtooltip
  • /cast [@mouseover] Rejuvenation;Rejuvenation

2.

Addons

2.1.

Raid Frames

To perform well as a Restoration Druid, you will need to see more HoTs on players in the group than the standard interface allows. There are multiple addons that will change your raid frames that you could use, pick any one of them:

In case you do not want to use a different raid frame addon, BigDebuffs expands the functionality of Blizzard raid frames.

To complement Grid2, ElvUI and BigDebuffs, you should either make mouseover macros as shown above or install Clicked.

2.2.

Boss Mods

Preparation for boss mechanics is extremely important as a Restoration Druid. You should have either BigWigs or Deadly Boss Mods installed.

2.3.

WeakAuras

WeakAuras is without a doubt the most powerful addon that can perform almost any task. There are a lot of readily available WeakAuras on wago.io that will help you track procs, cooldowns, buffs, and debuffs.

3.

Changelog

  • 28 Jun. 2021: Updated for Patch 9.1.
  • 23 Nov. 2020: Updated for Shadowlands release.
  • 12 Oct. 2020: Page updated for the Shadowlands pre-patch.

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mouseover

One of my buddies from Conquest, the resto-shamantastic Catrii, asked me a question this week about setting up mouseover macros. I thought the explanation might benefit the community as a whole, especially as many of us are cleaning up our UIs in an attempt to be faster and more accurate once Ulduar hits. Here’s a short guide to my preferred UI-altering technique: the mouseover macro.

Mouseover what?

A mouseover macro is a series of commands that lets you press a single button (on either your keyboard or your mouse) to heal the target that your mouse pointer is currently hovering over. It replaces tab or click targeting as a quick way to pick up heal targets. With the standard, unmodified interface, healing is a 3-step process: 1) decide who to heal, 2) left click to target her, and 3) click the spell on your action bar or press the keystroke bound to it. This is a very slow process that requires you to move your hand not once but twice. Mouseover macros let you target a player and cast a spell in just one movement. As a note, I’m using druid spells as examples in this post, but mouseover macros will work for any healer. Just substitute in your spells of choice!

Examples

To make a basic mouseover macro, go in your character-specific macros window and click “New.” You’ll be prompted to choose a name and an icon for your macro. I usually assign a two-letter code for the spell. For example, I use LB for Lifebloom and RJ for Rejuvenation. But you can call it pizza, and believe me, it won’t matter. After a while, your fingers will learn the key binding and you won’t need to look. I prefer to choose highly individual (and funny) icons for mine, but you can also duplicate the original spell icon, as I will explain below.
macros-interface

Once you have your name and icon, go into the dialog box and type your commands one per line. Each command line starts with a / just like when you type commands manually. I don’t personally mess with cast sequences, and I actually think it’s best if healers make each macro cast only one spell.

Here are a couple of simple examples for what you might put into a mouseover macro. As you can see, the name “mouseover macro” comes from the first line, the one that lets you target by hovering over a player’s health/information bar in your unit frames or the Blizzard default UI.

/target mouseover
/cast Lifebloom

/target mouseover
/cast Rejuvenation

If you want the Blizzard standard spell icon to display instead of using a new one of your choice, write your macro as shown below and choose the red question mark as your icon. The #showtooltip command will update that question mark to the default icon for that spell.

#showtooltip
/target mouseover
/cast Lifebloom

As per reader Llanion’s suggestion, if you would like to cast a spell on mouseover without switching your target (keeping your target set to the MT or the boss), write your macro as below:

/cast [target=mouseover] Lifebloom

Fellow blogger Keeva contributed another version, which you’ll see below. And if you haven’t been to Keeva’s blog, go now! Well, as soon as you finish reading my post, that is.

#showtooltip
/cast [target=mouseover,help] Lifebloom; [help] Lifebloom; Lifebloom

As per Keeva’s explanation, this macro means:

“If I have a mouseover target, cast Lifebloom on them
If I don’t have a mouseover target but I have a normal target, cast Lifebloom on them
if I don’t have a mouseover target or normal target, cast Lifebloom on me.”

These examples represent the very simplest incarnations of the macro, no frills. You can add lines to your macro if you’d like to, say, use a trinket with your spell.

Here’s a macro you might use to link up your Swiftmend spell with the effect from the Living Ice Crystals. Doing this is called “slaving” a trinket to a spell.

/target mouseover
/cast Swiftmend
/use Living Ice Crystals
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Don’t forget to put in the line to clear the error message! Otherwise you’ll get annoyed by red text and alarm sounds if you hit the macro when the trinket isn’t off cooldown. There is some debate about whether to slave a trinket with an on-use effect to another spell, but personally I’m all for it. Your trinket has a greater impact overall if you use it any time it’s up.

Ok, I wrote my macro–now what?

Here’s the tricky part — keybinding the macros to a particular position on your action bars. I keybind my macros to a position on the standard action bars as I don’t use mods like Bongos or Bartender. Follow these steps to bind a keystroke to a particular location on an action bar using the Blizzard default UI.

1. Press the escape key
2. Click on Keybindings

key-bindings

3. Scroll through the long list until you see the name of whichever action bar you are planning to populate with your mouseover macros. I favor Right Action Bar, as you can see below.

4. In the Key 1 column, click one of the red boxes. Once you’ve selected it, just press the key you want to bind to that place. You’ll see the results displayed on your interface, illustrated below.

key1-column

5. Once you’ve selected your new key codes, hit Okay. If you don’t, kiss your changes goodbye! Go ahead and laugh, but I’ve made this mistake many times.

hit-okay

6. Next, hit /macro to bring up your macros interface. Click and drag the icon for the desired macro onto your action bar. Match it to the space now labeled with the keystroke you want to assign to the spell.

drag-icon

Special Cases

Action bar mods like Bongos or Bartender generally have different names for action bars and you have to configure the keybindings from within their configuration menu. Chances are if you’re savvy enough to set them up in the first place, you’ll know how to configure the keybindings.

A gaming mouse also takes an extra level of configuration, and you’ll need to consult your mouse manual to figure out how to bind the extra mouse buttons to keystrokes. The software always comes standard with the mouse. On my Razer Death Adder mouse, I assign the special buttons to F9, F10 and F11. They now function just like keys.

Charting your key bindings

The point of this exercise is to set yourself up for comfort and speed. Here’s what I do. In addition to the mouse buttons, I always bind some keys I can easily reach on my left hand: 1,2,3,4, F, G, R, C, V. Sometimes I overwrite a function I actually use, like the command to toggle the character panel, and I make sure to bind it somewhere else on my keyboard. If you really never turn with the keyboard, A and D are available real estate as well. I recommend that you never, ever, ever bind Q or E: you will need to strafe some time or other. If you want to use Q or E, make sure you have strafe available somewhere else. The same applies to the space bar–don’t be caught on the ledge without a way to jump! I have smallish hands and a short reach, so 1,2,3, and T are a little far out for comfort. Somehow I can reach 4 really well…it’s a mystery. I have offensive spells on 1-3 and push-to-talk on T. I keep my mount on V on all characters for those quick getaways. Below is a chart of where I put the mouseover macros for my major heals.

Click wheel: Lifebloom
Additional mouse button 1 (thumb): Rejuvenation
Additional mouse button 2 (thumb): Swiftmend
F: Nature’s Swiftness/Healing Touch
G: Wild Growth
R: Regrowth
C: Nourish
4: Innervate

My key bindings are based on personal preference, and yours should be too. I have an approximately equal number of casts on the left hand and the right hand, and that helps reduce repetitive stress injuries. I made sure that I could easily reach my “best” spells and that they fit comfortably in my hand.

You can use your macros to modify your behavior and correct bad habits. Rejuvenation is the very easiest spell for me to reach–do you think I would have put Healing Touch there? I also use the letters to remind me if possible. I tried Wild Growth on F, but I kept wanting to hit G for Growth, so I just went with it. Muscle memory ensures that you will grow accustomed to your keybindings–wherever they are–with practice. The only trouble I ever have involves the click wheel. My best click wheel advice is to either stay away from binding the scroll up/scroll down function or to bind them to the same thing. If you can differentiate those two movements well, more power to you! As for me, I only bind the button press function. Even so, it can be awkward to Lifebloom while mouse turning, but I’ve gotten used to it (and I don’t spam LB as much as I did back in BC. In Hyjal, I had the click wheel AND F bound to Lifebloom). If you want a clean-looking interface, you can set up all your macros on one action bar (for example, RightActionBar) and then un-display it once you know the keybindings and clicks by heart. Your macros will work whether or not an icon actually displays on your screen.

What unit frames do I use mouseover macros with?

Mouseover macros pair really well with most unit frames. I’ve used them with both Grid and X-Perl. Pitbull works just as well from what I hear, but I’ve never tried it.

Are there mods that can set up mouseover macros for me?

Healbot supports them to the point that they’re pretty much built-in, and Clique is essentially a mouseover mod. I prefer my homegrown solution because it’s extremely customizable, and now that macros sync between computers, keeping them in shape is a cinch.

But what if you like the mouseover idea and want less set up? Try Healbot or unit frames + Clique. The one drawback to Clique is that it encourages you to do double key combos, as in Shift+right click for Rejuvenation. Any time you have to press two keys to hit a heal, you lose precious time. I know this quite well–I used to use Shift+F for Rejuvenation, with the result that I almost never cast it. Lifebloom (F) was a lot faster. Since then, I’ve gotten a 5-button mouse and I have all my heals bound to a single key or click.

Common Macro Mischief

Here’s a list of the mistakes I’ve seen some players make. Try to avoid them as you learn to play with mouseover macros!

1. Binding the left and right click of the mouse to a spell. Don’t do it. You still need to be able to target, inspect, invite, etc. Some unit frames (I think Healbot) let you use left and right click to heal when you’re hovering on the frames and return those clicks to their normal functions when you’re not mousing over health bars, but I wouldn’t try it without the mod. That’s a macro that’s too complicated for my taste.
2. Letting your macros do too much for you. As I’ve said, I don’t like cast sequence macros for healing. Healing will always be at least partly reactive, and you need to be fully in control of spell choice at all moments.
3. Combining two abilities that invoke the GCD in a single macro. You’ll have to hit it twice. I believe this is the case with castsequence macros as well–you have to click for every cast in the sequence.
4. Misunderstanding trinket cooldowns. If you slave two trinkets to a spell, it’s very likely that only one of them will go off at a time. They might share a cooldown, or there might be a hidden cooldown of 45s or so preventing you from blowing both at once.
5. Changing targets without meaning to. Make sure you’re in control of where your pointer is at all times. Mouseover macros work not only on unit frames but on the avatars themselves. You can use mouseover macros for what Matticus calls “heads-up healing,” but beware that you could also switch targets unintentionally. This is why mouseovers are dangerous for dps–they were more so in the age of crowd control.

Disclaimer

I’m no expert on mods or UIs. I try to play with the standard interface when I can because I like as little clutter as possible, and macros are part of that. If you want to learn more about UI building, I’ll refer you to Keeva’s Healbot v. Grid series. I’ve learned so much from her. There’s also a topic going at PlusHeal forums with more macros for other classes, including some that are more complex than the ones I’ve talked about here. Some of that information is outdated, so be sure you read the parts of the discussion pertinent to WoTLK. I’m also interested in hearing what the community has to add to my thoughts on mouseovers. If you have an idea or clarification, please post it in the comments and I’ll try to keep this little guide updated and corrected.

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Wow mouseover macros

1.

Macros

1.1.

Generic Macros for Priests

1.1.1.

Leap of Faith Mouseover Macro

  • /cast [@mouseover,help,nodead][] Leap of Faith

This macro will cast Leap of Faith IconLeap of Faith on the target your are currently mousing over, if it is a friendly target and not dead. Otherwise, it will cast Leap of Faith on your current target.

1.2.

Specific Macros for Holy Priests

For the Holy Priest Macros we got together with Elvenbane, moderator for Warcraft Priests and author of their popular Useful Macro Templates guide.

We highly suggest that all of your healing spells, as well as other utility spells that can be cast on raid members (such as Guardian Spirit IconGuardian Spirit and Purify IconPurify), be easily accessible. This can be done either through using macros or by addons such as Clique, Vuhdu or Healbot. This will allow you to much more easily cast them on raid members as swiftly as possible.

1.2.1.

Basic Healing Macro

This macro is the basis of all of your healing and buff spell macros. You simply replace SPELL with the spell you want that should be cast on a friendly unit including healing spells and dispels. It works as follows.

  • Holding Alt: Self Cast.
  • Mouseover Friend: Cast on Mouseover.
  • Target Friend: Cast on Target.
  • Target Enemy Targeting Friend: Cast on Enemy's Target.
  • Default casting Behaviour: Casts as if there was no macro, and generates the tooltip.
  • #showtooltip
  • /cast [mod:alt,@player] [@mouseover,help,nodead] [help] [@targettarget,help,nodead] [] SPELL

1.2.2.

Talent Swapping Macros

These macros are for the level 45 and level 50 talent tiers, and will automatically change the ability depending on which talent you have chosen.

The Level 45 talent tier macro will cast either Halo IconHalo or Divine Star IconDivine Star if talented.

  • #showtooltip
  • /cast [talent:6/2] Divine Star; [talent:6/3] Halo

The Level 50 talent tier macro will cast either Apotheosis IconApotheosis or Holy Word: Salvation IconHoly Word: Salvation if talented.

  • #showtooltip
  • /cast [talent:7/2] Apotheosis; [talent:7/3] Holy Word: Salvation

1.2.3.

Self-Casting Angelic Feather Macro

This is a really handy macro that casts Angelic Feather IconAngelic Feather under the player using the new @player shorthand.

  • /cast [@player] Angelic Feather
  • /stopspelltarget

1.2.4.

Basic Damage Macro

This is a basic mouseover macro for offensive spells. You simply replace SPELL with the spell you want to cast, it works like this:

  • Mouseover Enemy: Cast on Mouseover.
  • Default casting Behaviour: Casts as if there was no macro, and generates the tooltip.
  • #showtooltip
  • /cast [@mouseover,harm,nodead] [] SPELL

1.2.5.

Holy Word: Sanctify Under Cursor

This macro allows you to cast Holy Word: Sanctify IconHoly Word: Sanctify under your cursor immediately, saving you another mouse click. Keep in mind that it can however be difficult to accurately judge where Sanctify will land without the targeting reticle.

  • /cast [@cursor] Holy Word: Sanctify
  • /stopspelltarget

1.2.6.

Shackle Undead Focus Macro

This macro allows you to not only cast Shackle Undead IconShackle Undead on your target but also set it as a focus so you can keep an eye on the shackle and recast it if needed.

  • Holding Shift: Clear focus.
  • Holding Alt: Set focus and cast Shackle Undead IconShackle Undead on focus.
  • Default casting Behaviour: Casts as if there was no macro, and generates the tooltip.
  • #showtooltip
  • /focus [mod:alt,@focus,dead] [mod:alt,@focus,noexists]
  • /clearfocus [@focus,dead] [mod:alt,@focus,noexists] [mod:shift]
  • /cast [mod:alt,@focus,exists] [] Shackle Undead

2.

Addons

2.1.

Generic Addons for Priests

2.1.1.

ElvUI

Here, at Icy Veins, we use ElvUI for all our characters. This addon is a complete replacement of the default User Interface. It comes with almost everything you need to perform properly: action bars, cooldown timers, proc display, etc.

We strongly recommend that you get this addon and our forum moderator Pandacho has written a quick configuration guide for it.

2.1.2.

Clique

Clique is a very popular and robust addon that gives people the ability to heal by clicking raid frames of any kind (a good alternative to mouseover macros). It is compatible with most of the major unit frame set-ups (such as the default UI or ElvUI).

2.1.3.

Boss Mods: Deadly Boss Mods or Bigwigs

Boss mods are addons that warn you about boss abilities and give you live advice on how to handle some mechanics. We strongly recommend you to get one such addon. At Icy Veins, we mostly use Deadly Boss Mods, the most popular boss mod. A good alternative is Big Wigs.

2.1.4.

Exorsus Raid Tools

Exorsus Raid Tools is a useful addon that allows you to track the cooldowns of other raid members, as well as providing you with a wealth of other useful raid information.

2.1.5.

Parrot or Mik's Scrolling Battle Text

Parrot and Mik's Scrolling Battle Text are highly customisable addons for displaying floating battle text while in combat (incoming heals, damage of your spells, etc.). They both work very well by default.

2.1.6.

Weak Auras

WeakAuras is an extremely useful addon that allows you to have visual effects on your screen, helping you track your buffs, debuffs and cooldowns. It is highly customisable and it can make it much, much easier to keep track of your procs and play your spec more proficiently. It can also be used for a variety of other functions.

2.1.7.

Details!

"Details!" Damage Meter is a real-time DPS/HPS meter with a lot of additional functionality such as being able to see cooldowns, buffs, debuffs, damage done to specific targets, and statistical analysis. In our opinion, it is superior to Skada in terms of functionality, although it is slightly more complicated to configure. We recommend Details! as your default damage meter, but if you prefer something easier, then Skada is still a good option.

2.2.

Specific Addons for Holy Priests

Currently, we do not believe that you need any additional addons to play your specialisation to its full potential.

3.

Changelog

  • 29 Jun. 2021: Reviewed and approved for Patch 9.1.
  • 23 Nov. 2020: Updated for Shadowlands.
  • 12 Oct. 2020: Page updated for the Shadowlands pre-patch.

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