World Of Warcraft Auto Attack
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Using attack skills such as Stormstrike does not start your autoattacks in WoW Classic, and as such, you should aim to use a macro such as the oneabove to easily engage enemies. If you want to use it with other skills, just copythe code and replace Stormstrike with the skill you wish to attack with.
Any ability you have that does damage to an enemy will also activate your autoattack, unless it specifically states in the tooltip that it "turns off your attack"; such abilities deactivate your autoattack.
To start attacking a target you have 3 options: You can Right-click it, you can use an ability which triggers your autoshot or you can use a /startattack macro. To turn off your autoattack simply use a /stopattack macro.
Elliot the Rogue is level 80, and is attacking a boss mob along with the rest of his raid group. He has stocked up on all sorts of +Crit Rating gear, so his crit chance against the boss mob is a whopping 30%. However, he didn't bring any +Hit Rating or +Expertise Rating gear with him, nor does he have the Precision talent; so the base chance for his attacks against a boss to Miss is 8%, the base chance for the same attacks to be Parried is 14%, and the base chance for the same attacks to be Dodged and be Blocked are 6.5% each. Since he is dual-wielding, he incurs an additional +19% miss chance on every autoattack swing; his total miss chance against a boss mob is 27%. Furthermore, he has a fixed 24% chance of glancing blows against bosses. When he attacks the boss mob from the front with a white-damage auto-attack, Elliot's attack table looks like this.
A post made by Lactose on ElitistJerks shows strong evidence that Hunters do not use a single roll system for their ranged attacks. Banshee's Curse, a debuff given by Banshee (Hyjal) reduced his chance to hit by 66%, giving him a Miss chance of 67.96% against a level 70 target. Since his tooltip Crit chance was 35.83%, in a one-roll system the only successful auto-shoot attacks should be crits; however, both Auto Shots and Multi-Shot successfully hit repeatedly without critting. This means that Hunters use at least a two-roll system for all of their ranged attacks.
Hunters have an auto attack for their missile weapons. Since these weapons have a minimum range of 5 yards, if the hunter's target shifts within this range, the hunter will switch to using melee weapons. For hunters, autoshot represents their basic damage output, which they supplement with their pets and with special attacks. Wand-users have an ability to shoot their wand. The caster has no minimum range on wands, however while wands do become a caster's primary source of weapon-based damage, it can be dangerous to use this in a situation where you will need to suddenly use a spell because each wand shot uses the Global Cooldown and does not always deactivate properly until an additional shot has been fired.
Swing timing is timing your attack ability (sinister strike, backstab or eviscerate) to happen right after your character auto attacks with your mainhand weapon. See the above video for examples of how to time your swings. This is usually done using a swing timer add-on/weakaura such as the one I have in my UI page:
The reason you swing time is because certain things (sword spec and windfury mainly) can proc, which will reset your auto attack before it completes. If your swing is reset before it finishes, you gain no damage from that auto attack.
Another fundamental change is that much more of your class is represented in the tree, instead of being awarded automatically while leveling up. Other than the starting abilities you obtain before you access the system at level 10, the vast majority of abilities are obtained via the tree. This gives rise to some of the most important questions and challenges of the new system. Exploring a world where many more things are optional has a lot of advantages but requires a lot of care.
Earthwarden: When you deal direct damage with Thrash, you gain a charge of Earthwarden, reducing the damage of the next auto attack you take by 30%. Earthwarden may have up to 3 charges.
Monks use an energy source to power basic abilities like Jab. The basic Jab attack is used to generate a resource called "Chi", which are then used for more advanced attacks. The monk class was originally announced with not being able to utilize an auto-attack like the other classes, however, the developers chose to forgo this idea and they have been given an auto-attack. The monk class has three specializations: Brewmaster (tanking), Windwalker (melee damage), and Mistweaver (healing). Monks' healing specialization is capable of healing allies through dealing damage to enemies, as well as through "proximity" based heals, and by dropping statues, similar to a shaman totem, that pulse healing as they perform attacks on the enemy target. Choosing the healing specialization gives the monk a mana bar like other healers while the tank and damage spec uses an energy bar. Monks make use of leather armor, and every race except goblins and worgen may play as a monk. An 11th character slot was added on the release of Monks, allowing a player to have one of each class on the same server.
When you are playing as a sub rogue, it is very easy to spam abilities and fill your combo bar. However, trying to balance your combo points is complicated. Doing Torghast, there are a lot of power ups which work hand in hand echoing reprimand and your anima point, but how to get the most out of the anima point? This is where the shadow technique comes in. It is a passive ability which makes your auto attacks get a chance to generate a combo point. Shadow technique works on a timer. Keep in mind:
Is it possible (or any idea at all) to macro in /cast !auto attack in all my shots to ensure that auto attack always starts off first or do I only need to include it in my initial shot (which would be Explosive Shot on an enemy with health over threshold for a Kill Shot)
Garwulf my friend; i am trying to make the simply missdirection macro and the tranquilizing shot work´s but i had no success. Could you help me and give more tips or new commands ??. Do you know if it´s possible to create a macro to change races automatic while you are attacking them ??
Melee attacks divide in to two categories: auto attacks (white) and special attacks (yellow). Auto attacks use a one roll table and special attacks use a two roll table. Base chance to miss is the same for both auto attacks and special attacks. Attacking a mob from behind removes parry and block from both tables, provided the attack is more than 0.5 yards
Increased hit chance can result in increased critical strike results from auto attacks. For example: maximum dual wielding weapon skill, 0% chance to hit, and chance to critical strike 50%. Dual wield auto attacking a raid boss from behind results in a loss of 8.6% critical strike:
Yes, you can play as a dwarf, elf, halfling and so on; yes, a lot of your time is spent exploring dungeons, killing monsters and levelling up; and yes, you'll have to go down the pub for a bit of a rest every now and then. However, Eckelberry says D&D Online will introduce "a whole new style of gameplay" to the genre - something they're calling "action combat." The basic concept is that instead of just standing in front of an enemy and pressing the auto-attack key, you can dodge, roll, block and generally fight more tactically than you would in other MMOs. This, combined with the D&D rules system, "is really the key principle of this game," Eckelberry says.
We're really the first kind of game to introduce some elements of tactical control. In a lot of MMOs, you just push the auto-attack button and you don't need to worry about anything else. Maybe you have a special kick or a taunt to push every once in a while, but that's pretty much the limit of the sophistication for the fighting class. We wanted that to be much more interesting, that was our big design goal.
Yes, some people are going to want a very slow-paced combat system, but that's not what D&D's for. We have an auto-attack button so that if you're fighting a monster that's easy or you just need a second to type in something, you can use it, but the real precepts of our design are based on a more action-style game. We wanted combat to be more fun and thrilling, and that's how we accomplished it.
A lot. We have to, because that's what the beta's for. So, for example, we gave the players who really, really wanted it an auto-attack key. It won't be as efficient as using those tactical movement buttons, but you can do it. 2b1af7f3a8