Having a healing macro exclusively for your tank, when in a dungeon group, simplifies your job as a healer by a lot. The following Druid “HoTs” macro, is meant to be used on a focused target (in other words, your tank). It’s a spam button macro that will help you keep all your heal-over-time spells on your main tank at all time.

Resto Druid Healing Macro

 

Resto Druid HOTS Macro - Notepad Code

Macro code:

Sequences['HOTS'] = {
PreMacro = [[
/castsequence [@focus,exists][] reset=10 Lifebloom,null
]],
[[/castsequence [@focus,exists][] reset=10 Rejuvenation,Regrowth]],
[[/cast [@focus,exists] Swiftmend]],
[[/cast [@focus,exists] Wild Growth]],
}

Restrictions:

Required class – Druid
Required spec – Restoration
Required target – focus
Required addon – GnomeSequencer

Tips:

I always keep this macro on my ” ` ” key, right next to key ” 1 “, and I always know that’s my healing button for my tank. However, it’s best to have your heals individually bound on the next keys 1,2,3,4 etc, just in case you need to go manual, for other members of the group.

As you can see, this macro is pretty much basic, because the more spells you put into it, the more rigid your gameplay will become. It’s not a good idea to put heavy CDs into it, such as Heart of the Wild or Ironbark, as these are best to be kept for situations when your group members require more healing.

However, you can still add Healing Touch (in the sequence after Regrowth), or Force of Nature, if you use this specific talent. I like Soul of the Forest better though.

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