The rest should be feared normally and brake on some damage, but not ANY(like priest's/warlock's) . title=Intimidating_Shout&oldid=1549074 "The tooltip suggests that this ability causes up to 5 nearby mobs to 'cower' in fear; where, in contrast, the shout only causes the targeted mob to 'cower', whilst up to 5 total nearby enemies will 'flee'.
Right now the main target gets BOTH debuffs, meaning, if he takes any damage, 1 of the debuffs disappears (the one that roots him in place aka the correct one) but the normal fear remains making him to run around in fear. This anomaly, however, could be attributed to people's varying interpretations of 'cower' and 'flee'." - Spell Effect number 1 of Intimidating Shout on the original wowhead link, of a total of 3 spell effects that it triggers "Intimidating Shout Cowering in fear.
Some veterans will probably already have variations of these macros, but I highly recommend them for anyone who is new to a warrior, or those who are just idiots with macros: Keep in mind I haven't played Fury since 3.0 so you will not find many macros for that spec here.
ANY SPEC: 0 _______________________________________ TANK FOR 10 SECONDS ANY SPEC (SAVE YOUR TANK) Equips shield, goes defensive, casts taunt/shield wall/shield block/mocking blow #showtooltip taunt /castsequence reset=5 [stance:2,equipped: Shields] Taunt, shield wall, shield block, mocking blow; [stance:1/3] Defensive Stance /stopmacro [equipped: Shields] /stopcasting /equip Ardent Guard /equip Forlorn Barrier 1 _______________________________________ TAUNT TARGET/FOCUS / GO DEFENSIVE Defensive stance if you are not in that stance, taunt target, hold shift to taunt focus: /#showtooltip /cast [nomod] taunt /cast [mod:shift, target=focus] taunt /cast defensive stance 2 _______________________________________ SHATTERING THROW AS ANY SPEC/STANCE Battle stance if you are not in that stance, uses shattering throw if you are in that stance #showtooltip Shattering Throw /cast [nostance:1] Battle Stance /cast [stance:1] Shattering Throw Use this one if you tend to not have enough rage to cast shattering throw, does same thing but uses blood rage before casting it.
cause as far as i know, all the 5 targets should be feared normally and there should be no "incapacitate" effect on neither.
No, the main target should be feared in place, and it should brake on any damage(like gouge/repentance but with fear animation).
The main reason most warriors never use intervene is because it requires many 4 steps without a good macro - Switch to defensive stance use intervene, and then switch back to a damage stance.Which is why these macros are useful in both PVE and PVP.The mouseover intervene macro for Arms/Prot is essential for saving peoples lives in a raid, 99% of warriors will never make use of intervene in a raid, those that due are usually masters of their class.Instead of having to make a stretch to hit ctrl f2, you can simply hit Shift R and then hit Shift R again. Control F2 just to go defensive sounds fairly slow unless you have huge hands or a small keyboard, and considering how many skills you need to go defensive for...it looks like macros do exist to make difficult actions easier. nice set of macro's but srsly.the macro's are perfectly doable by pressing buttons yourself, dont need to macro that.v=9DA10Sg Psj4&feature=related#t=1m14s - 2.4 tbc warrior - you can see only 1 debuff on main target.Let me understand this currectly - right now you can whack the target until the timer runs out and it DOES NOT break on damage?They serve to reduce redundancy and conserve keyboard space.Instead of having to make a stretch to hit ctrl f2, you can simply hit Shift R and then hit Shift R again. They serve to reduce redundancy and conserve keyboard space.(ctrl with handpalm yes) use intervene, and then switch back to a damage stance.What parts of personal life were dropped to achieve this "world first"? Did the raiders eat and drink properly during said "progress"? These are important questions that should be addressed before we even start "admiring" that world first.