Next time, leave out the 'WTB' stuff. It doesn't add anything to your post.
Originally Posted by Pawpurr
I have some questions/would like to see discussion about rolling the Censure dot on multiple targets. I have been using this technique on some fights with varying degrees of success. With Judgement, Exorcism AND Hammer of Wrath refreshing Censure, I've been trying to find the best way to do it for every fight. I have a macro that is a little clunky, I'm wondering if anyone could improve it:
Basically, the first target I cast Judgement on will become my focus, as long as I don't have a focus active on a living target. I use Judgement because it doesn't require you to face the target, and it's low damage so I don't mind losing that attack off my main target. I use this for Valiona and Theralion, keeping 100% uptime on both dragons the whole fight, as well as Cho'gall so that I don't lose my stacks during all the target switchery. The problem is, if my focus target is out of range, I'd like it to cast Judgement on my current target instead, right now the button will just not work and I have to use a separate keybind for regular non-macro judgement. Because of this I was unable to use this technique on Ascendant Council, and only had 5 censure stacks on my main target.
Is there any way I can improve the way I'm doing this to make it less clunky/more reliable/more dps?
I tried doing something like this the night after patch and quickly learned it didn't work. I realized that using a focus target cast wouldn't stack censure. It seems that censure is only added on your current target, so the only way to really do it is by tab targeting. I did it on a few fights, such as Nef, keeping the stacks on both Onyxia and Nef, as well as Nef in p2 while dpsing the add. It was kinda difficult to do though to find the right positioning and to be in range of both. This might have changed, I haven't tried it since Tuesday.
WTB DS spreading Censure imo.
Edit: Nvm, I realized this was a conflict between the action macros I have interfering with my alt-focus casting. I will try this again now, but just have Judgement on my bar, and use a Focus Cast Key so if the mob is in range, you can use it on the focus and if not, use it on your target.