Hello, in this video i'll introduce you to some *NEW* and *EXCLUSIVE* monk gameplay!
The movie contains WoW Monk PvP, playing with 2 macros. Sadly I had to use Touch of Karma, Roll and Flying Serpent Kick due to the amount of slows and CC in the game.
Macro 1 is a simple DPS macro. It was keep Rising Sun Kick up, Tiger Palm and will fill with Blackout Kick and build Chi with Jab and Expel Harm. In this macro I also put in Chi wave and Expel Harm for some self heals. It turned out to be a DPS gain anyway. Chi Wave is used right before Rising Sun Kick to get some kind of "burst". Expel Harm to regen Chi. Here is the macro:
/castsequence reset=12, Disable, Jab, Jab, Tiger Palm, Rising Sun Kick, Jab, Blackout Kick, Jab, Expel Harm, Blackout Kick, Chi Wave, Rising sun Kick, Jab, blackout Kick
The second macro is a burst macro. This will most likely 100 to 0 people, even in full gear, unless they trinket or use spells such as Shamanistic Rage or Pain Supression. The macro will first use Energizing Brew and then apply the Rising Sun Kick debuff and give you the Tiger Palm buff. After that it will use Paralysis to keep the target in place. After that you have to kinda spam the macro; It will first use Tigereye Brew -> Rushing Jade Wind -> Leg Sweep -> Blackout Kick -> Chi Wave -> Rising Sun Kick -> Chi Brew -> Chi Brew -> Fist of Fury. This will most likely kill your target as well as giving you a solid heal from the Tigereye'd Chi Wave. After the whole cycle is done it will also leave you with 8-10 stacks of tigereye brew. You can do this once every 1.5 mins due to the Chi Brew. Here is the macro:
/castsequence reset=60 Energizing Brew, Jab, Rising Sun Kick, Jab, tiger palm, Expel Harm, Jab, Paralysis, tigereye Brew, rushing Jade Wind, Leg Sweep, Blackout Kick, Chi Wave, Rising Sun Kick, Chi Brew, Chi Brew, Fists of Fury
Note that the macros will completely ignore procs / RNG related stuff such as parries and doges etc. Obviously the macros do not work in high end PvE nor PvP.
Raiko/Quangduc! for editing this!
Orcraman for being my dummy whe I first tested it!