Wow intimidating shout pvp
Was wondering if anyone knows a way (Macro) to trick intimidating shout to work as an aoe fear like psychic scream?
It could be quite nifty for cc like focus-intercept/charge to a caster casting to stop his cast and then do fear onto him without actually targetting him in order to stop him from casting for around 7 secs total (Assuming you are dps'ing his alli and not him).
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Now here is my issue: If I charge my (set focus) target I might hit him with a melee hit.
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'.
I use charge and intimidating shout and nearly the same time so I won't be able to see it crits before I cast intimidating shout.
Even tho this might be my own mistake I give him a melee hit I'll give you another example: If I leap towards the target I am about to use intimidating shout on, the heroic leap aoe might crit my target, inflicting deep wounds.
(this would also fix the problems with leap for a bit)Keep the thread constructive, thanks Attatch the following to your focus charge macro:/stopattack/cast [target=focus] charge/stopattack This will stop you melee hitting your charge target immediately after charge.
So on my warrior Intimidating Shout is missing in fury spec. When i open my spellbook while in Prot spect and I tab over to fury its there. Because at various times, our talent choices mean we have to give up something else (see Rushing Jade Wind and Spinning Crane Kick, etc.).