- December 7, 2016 at 21:04 #4045
So the start of the expansion, you could target a location for spiritlink totem, just like during WoD if you had totemic projection. It was my main goto tanking damage reduction cd, because I could use the health of the mdps to help stabilize the tank. Then about a month and a half ago or so, it switched to dropping at my location. Now it’s pretty close to useless, since there’s a lot of aoe damage around tanks these days. Not to mention I’m usually well behind the tank with rezzing or drinking or throwing down a lightning surge totem, so the extra time to get there can be fatal. Or I have to pop spiritwalker’s grace to be able to use SLT. And quite often if I get too close, I start getting pretty unhealthy pretty fast. Any other thoughts out there?
- December 7, 2016 at 23:06 #4046
That’s annoying 🙁 It sounds like a bug the only thing to do as far as I know is to make a bug report in game/on the website in the account section. You could also trying writing a ticket and see if that helps.
- December 12, 2016 at 20:21 #4060
I found out some “mechanism” of wow a couple of days ago.
There are targeting functions called @player and @cursor.
They cause your spells, which usually need to be placed with an extra mouse click (confirm the green circle, so to speak, via left-click), to be placed instantly. Either exactly where you stand (@player) or where your mouse is (@cursor).
Proper Macro would be:
#showtooltip Spirit Link Totem
/cast [@cursor] Spirit Link Totem
For some reason, maybe its an option in the menu, it seems like you got some automatic “@player-cast”. Maybe it even works with Self cast modifier, e.g. if your self cast modifier is ALT, and u got SLT bound to Alt-Q or whatever, it casts “@player”.
Hope this helps u out!
- May 24, 2017 at 18:04 #5131
Huh. So everyone else can still project their SLT, it’s just my settings? I really need to pop by these forums more often. Thanks, Belitie, I’ll set up that macro tonight.
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