I most often just post whatever is on my mind at the time, but I also keep a few links to past post on the side. These posts are things I update from time to time and generally try and keep up to date. Things like links to the add-ons I use or copies of macros I made. Stuff that is as much a resource for me as it is for anyone else if not more so.
So in case your wondering where a post about rogue macros came from it's just reference information which I will link to from my macros post and update as time goes on. I actually have a ton of macro updates to get up as I haven't updated them since forever. I also have some mage macros to put up which I was just one click away from posting before my browser died. Oh well I'll get to it another time.
As for some druidy content, here's one on my newest druid macros which combines stampeding roar and dash into once easy to use button.
#showtooltip [form:1] Stampeding Roar; [mod,nogroup][mod,nocombat][nomod,group,combat] Stampeding Roar(Cat Form); Dash
/use [form:1]Stampeding Roar; [noform:3] Cat Form; [mod,nogroup][mod,nocombat][nomod,group,combat] Stampeding Roar(Cat Form); Dash
It's a beast! Nearing the 255 character cap for something pretty simple. I blame the obnoxiously long spell names. If I couldn't omit (Bear Form) from stampeding roar in bear form it couldn't possibly fit.
Basically if you are in combat and in a group it will use savage roar, otherwise it will use dash. It will use the opposite when a modifier key is used. Savage roar is always used in bear form as there is no other choice (unless you are an engineer or worgen, I am neither). If you aren't in a form you will be placed in cat form so hitting the button twice from caster form will put you in cat and then make you go fast. So its handy for ferals and casters.
I actually spent a fair bit of time squishing all my druid macros into just the space allotted for my druid. Good times. I should have that information available either tomorrow or early next week.
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