Rotation macros for classes that use Combo Points are never 100% viable, because most of the times you have to improvise, using a specific ability depending on the CP you already have. Thus, a rotation macro will always be somewhat restrictive. However, there are several macros available at the moment, which can still help you put up a decent DPS.

The following Feral Druid rotation macro for MacroToolkit actually provides quite a bit more than your DPS rotation. It will also turn you into Cat Form if you’re in humanoid form, and will also use Prowl if out of combat.

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Macro code:

#show Shred
/castsequence [stealth]reset=target Shred,null
/castsequence [combat,nostealth]reset=target Rake,Shred,Shred,Rip,Rake,Shred,Shred,Ferocious Bite,Rake,Shred,Shred,Rip,Rake,Shred,Shred,Savage Roar
/use [nocombat,nostealth]Prowl
/use [combat,nostealth]Tiger's Fury
/use [noform]Cat Form
/startattack [combat,nostealth]
/targetenemy [noharm][dead]

Requirements:

Class – Druid
Spec – Feral
Addons – MacroToolkit

Tips:

You can add Berserk and Incarnation: King of the Jungle to this macro if you want. To do that, just add the following lines (or just one of them) after the Tiger’s Fury line:

/use [combat,nostealth]Tiger's Fury
/use [combat,nostealth]Incarnation: King of the Jungle

You can also add your trinkets in the macro as well, in a similar way to the lines above. However, since all these are important CDs, it’s best to leave them out, and only use them when it’s required.

If you’re using the Bloodtalons talent, you should keep Healing Touch on a key near this macro, to use this ability every time your Predatory Swiftness passive pops.

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