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 Post subject: Magery w/ Aids
PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 8:37 am 
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I'm not too good at making macros so I figured I would post the question here. If the character I am macroing on, will also have Anatomy and Healing how do you set it up so that it applies bandages, and heals up to 100% before starting the magery part?

Right now I am using this, and just watching it so I don't die.

Pause: Mana >= 50
Restock Agent - 1
Wait for target
Target Self
Pause: .7secs
Cast Spell: Flamestrike
Wait for Target
Target Self
IF Mana <= 50
Useskill: Meditation
End IF
IF SysMessage = "Focus" (From Cannot focus your concentration)
Pause 10secs
Useskill: Meditation
End IF

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 Post subject: Re: Magery w/ Aids
PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:11 am 
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My macro to raise magery/resist/med is:

If(Mana >=50)
Cast FS
WAit
Exec: Target Self
Pause
Else
Use Skill Med
Pause
End if

I have another char bandaging because it is so much quicker, I can have delay at 6500 or 20000 if he can take more spells with resist raise. So it is more efficient to have someone else bandaging.

If you have to have yourself bandage then I believe you could add an IF (Hit <=50) (of course this number is up to your healing and resist)

So I would try adding:

If (Hits <=50)
Dbl click bandages
Target Self
Pause 15000 (think that delay on bandaging self)
End if


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