Hunter Macros: Warlords of Draenor Edition


This page contains useful hacks to improve your huntering.

If you’re new to the world of macros, then please read the FAQs and Basics sections below. If you are familiar with macros and just want to get to the goods, then click here to get right to it. All macros on this page are copy/paste ready, so have at it!

I hope you find my collection of hunter macros useful. Happy hunting!

Macro FAQs

Hunter MacrosQ: What are macros?
A: Macros are simple scripts that allow you to combine multiple abilities, tasks and conditionals into one action bar slot.

Q: Why use macros?
A: Macros can improve game play and reaction time by combining multiple useful abilities into one keystroke. Also, some abilities benefit more from being used in a synergistic macro, than they do when used separately. ie: Bestial Wrath + Rabid + Rapid Fire + DPS on-use trinket combined in one keybind = maximum ass-kicking.

Q: How many different macros do I need?
A: That entirely depends upon you and your play style. Some players need only a handful of macros, while others may use dozens or more. Just keep in mind that macro’ing too many abilities can be a detriment, as it leaves you with less control over decision making. Best bet is to read through my list and pick and choose the macros that you think will work best for you.

Q: Can I write my own macros?
A: Of course. Macros are pretty easy to script once you understand the basics. It’s just a matter of playing around with them and finding what works for you.

Q: Do all of these macros work?
A: Yes. As of Patch 5.0.4, all of these macros are current and fully functional.

Q: All this macro stuff looks really great and all, but how can I start using them?
A: No problem, I’ll show you…

How to Start Using These Hunter Macros

All of this macro business may sound great, but if you don’t know how to start using them, then what good are they, right..?! You need to know how to get the macros off this page and into your game so you can start benefitting from them right away, so let me tell you how it’s done.

Click the following link to check out my step-by-step guide on how to implement macros into your WoW gaming experience…

> > > Step by Step Guide on How to Set Up a WoW Macro < < <

Macro Basics

Here are some of the basic commands used when scripting macros:

  • /target – target an enemy, friendly player or npc
  • /targetenemy – targets the nearest enemy
  • /targetenemyplayer – targets the nearest enemy player (only useful for PvP)
  • /focus – focus an enemy, friendly player or npc
  • /assist – assist a friendly player
  • /stopcasting – cancels current cast
  • /cast – casts a spell
  • /castsequence – casts spells in a determined order
  • /use – use a consumable or item
  • /equip – equip an item

Inputting an item or a spell into a macro is very easily done by holding down shift while clicking on the spell or item icon in your skills tab or inventory.

Pet commands are as follows:

  • /petpassive – puts pet on passive
  • /petdefensive – puts pet on defensive
  • /petassist – tells your pet to attack the target you’re attacking
  • /petattack – sends your pet to attack
  • /petfollow – tells your pet to follow you
  • /petstay – tells your pet to stay put
  • /petmoveto – throws up a target circle for you to position your pet

Pet micro management is essential for any successful Hunter. The proper macros can make the difference between a raid wipe or arena loss.

There are a few lines you’ll see included in quite a few macros on this page that you may not understand. Here’s a quick explanation…

  • [mod:shift], [mod:ctrl], [mod:alt] – Modifiers allow you to add more decision making abilities to macros. By using an additional modifier key in combination with the macro key bind, you’re able to combine added conditionals to your macro. Does that make sense? If not, just read on and I’m sure you’ll start to understand once you see them in the context of the various macros.
  • @ – The @ symbol is used to mean target=, so if you see a macro with @Focus or @mouseover, this means that the action would be directed to your Focus Target or mouseover target, respectively.
  • /use 13 – Use the trinket in your top trinket slot
  • /use 14 – Use the trinket in your bottom trinket slot
  • /script UIErrorsFrame:Clear() – Prevents an on-screen error message when an ability isn’t ready. This is handy for eliminating the on-screen combat message spam you’ll get when rapid-pressing a macro key when a spell or ability isn’t ready.

Hunter MacrosI. General Hunter Macros

The following list contains a whole slew of useful macros for Hunters. I don’t use all of them myself, but I can confirm that they are current and functional as of Patch 6.0.2.

The list contains macros that are applicable to all builds and play styles, as well as talent-specific, PvP oriented, engineering-only, and other miscellaneous macros.

You’ll notice there are no /castsequence shot macros in this list. This is because, A: those types of macros suck and you should not use them…ever. Stringing attack sequences together into a macro is never a good thing, as it can never compare with a Hunter’s ability to manually make decisions and adjust on the fly.

What this means is, you will not find any shot-combination macros on this page because either: they do not work or are ill-advised. Those of you wanting me to give you a macro for casting all of your shots with one button are out of luck. ;)

Hunter Aspect MacrosA. Stopcasting Macros

These macros all have one thing in common…they immediately interrupt the spell you’re casting, e.g., Steady Shot or Cobra Shot. If you don’t use stopcasting macros then you’re abilities will be queued up and waiting for Steady or Cobra to finish casting, which is not ideal. Using these macros will ensure that the attacks get off instantly, which is what you want! These macros are helpful for improving your DPS, and critical for PvP.

Another important function they provide is to start or resume auto-attack, as some of these abilities, e.g., Focus Fire, Glaive Toss and Kill Command – do not initiate auto-attack.

These macros are basically highly-optimized versions of each skill’s action button. I recommend using them in place of the ones from the spellbook.

Bestial Wrath

This identical macro is listed further down the page, but I’ll explain what it does here…

It cancels any current cast, cancels any active immunity aura, sends your pet on your target, uses your burst trinket (if one is equipped in your bottom trinket slot), casts BW, casts Kill Command, starts your auto-attack.

#showtooltip Bestial Wrath
/cancelaura Hand of Protection
/cancelaura Deterrence
/use 14
/cast Bestial Wrath
/cast Kill Command
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Focus Fire

Cancels current cast, activates Focus Fire and starts or resumes auto-attack.

/cast Focus Fire
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Glaive Toss

Cancels current cast, activates Glaive Toss and starts or resumes auto-attack.

/cast Glaive Toss
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Kill Command

Cancels current cast, activates Glaive Toss and starts or resumes auto-attack.

/cast Kill Command
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

As I’d mentioned…I highly recommend using the above macros in place of the standard spellbook buttons. You’ll thank me later. :)

Hunter PvE MacrosB. Useful Raiding and PvE Hunter Macros

The assist and Misdirection macros default to a predetermined focus (usually the main tank). Since it may be necessary to switch focus targets multiple times during an encounter – due to taunt switches, debuff stacks, tank dying, etc… it is a good idea to have your focus target assigned to a keybind. I use F… it’s easy to remember. ;)

Targeting Macro

This is a very basic macro which I use in my action bar instead of Arcane Shot. What it does is select the target nearest you in your frontal cone, then fires Arcane Shot. When your target is dead, this macro will grab some fresh meat. You can still manually select a target with your mouse and use this macro, but it enables you to maintain DPS while on the move without having to click on your target(s). This is one of my staple macros. Try it out!

/targetenemy [noharm][noexists]
/cast Arcane Shot
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Simple Misdirection

This casts Misdirection onto your friendly focus target (main tank) without deselecting your current target. If you have no focus target (i.e., assist) selected, it will cast Misdirection onto your pet.

/cast [@focus,exists][@pet,exists] Misdirection

Simple Assist

As long as you have a focus selected – such as your main tank – this macro will ensure that you hit whatever they’re hitting. If you haven’t assigned a focus then this macro will have you assist your pet.

/assist [@focus,exists][@pet,exists]

Simple Pull Macro

This is a basic macro that you can use while out farming or questing. One press will send your pet in to attack and make sure it’s in assist stance, plus start your auto-shot.


Target Nearest Enemy Macro

This macro is similar to the one above, only it doesn’t need a target first. Pressing it will automatically target the mob closest to you, send your pet on it, start your auto-attack and put your pet into assist mode.


Rapid Fire Burst Macro

This macro adds some extra muscle behind Rapid Fire. It activates your bottom on-use DPS trinket (replace 14 with 13 if you keep your on-use trinkets in the top slot) and casts Rapid Fire at the same time.

#showtooltip Rapid Fire
/use 14
/cast Rapid Fire
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Add in things like Blood Fury or Berserking for even more added burst.

#showtooltip Rapid Fire
/use 14
/cast Blood Fury
/cast Rapid Fire
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Tranquilizing Shot

This macro will dispel a buff or enrage effect from your hover-over target, or your current target if no other targets are highlighted. This is useful for getting off a quick dispel on a secondary target, while maintaining pressure on your current target.

#showtooltip Tranquilizing Shot
/cast [@mouseover,harm][harm] Tranquilizing Shot

C. Pet Related Macros

Basic Pet Attack

This macro just makes sure that your pet is in defensive mode and on follow when it goes to attack.


Pet Management Macro

This macro will call Pet 1 to your side if you don’t have a pet out, cast Mend Pet on your current pet, or Revive your pet (with shift modifier) if your pet is dead. This is a very handy Hunter macro.

/cast [mod:shift] Revive Pet
/cast Call Pet 1
/cast Mend Pet
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Master’s Call Macro

This adds an additional mouseover effect for Master’s Call, allowing for a quick freedom for a teammate or party member. If no friendly player is highlighted, then it just activates Master’s Call as normal.

/cast [@mouseover,help][@player] Master's Call

Roar of Sacrifice Macro

Functions just like the Master’s Call macro, but for Roar of Sacrifice.

/cast [@mouseover,help][@player] Roar of Sacrifice

Pet Feeding

With pet happiness a thing of the past, there’s not much reason to feed pets anymore apart from a quick Feed Pet heal now and then. At any rate, here are a few Feed Pet macros if you wanna use ‘em…

Super Simple Feed Pet Macro

This is just a simple one-click pet feed macro. Paste in the food type and you’re good to go.

/cast Feed Pet
/use Roasted Quail

Feed Pet Macro for Multiple Pet and Food Types

This is a handy macro for easy pet feeding, regardless of which pet you have out at the time. Just set it and forget it. Check out Petopia’s diet chart to see what sort of chow your pet likes.

/cast Feed Pet
/use [pet:Wind Serpent] Blackened Trout
/use [pet:Gorilla] Telaari Grapes
/use [pet:Wolf] Ravager Dog

Hunter PvP MacrosII. PvP Hunter Macros

Target Nearest Enemy Macro (Anti-Rogue/Feral Druid Macro)

Spam this macro if you think you’re about to get jacked by a Rogue or Feral Druid, or if you simply need a target quickly. It immediately makes sure your pet gets on the target ASAP, ruins your target’s opener by putting them in combat, and sends a bullet or arrow into their dome if they’re in front of you. This is pretty much the same target enemy macro I’ve been using for about 7 years, sans Hunter’s Mark.


Cancel Deterrence and Hand of Protection

Deterrence is an absolute lifesaver, but it can also prohibit a good opportunity for a killing blow – same goes for Hand of Protection. I make sure I have a way of quickly canceling out both of these spells if necessary, in the event that I need to cast a crucial attack against an opponent.

The best way to do this is to add the following lines to an ability macro:

/cancelaura Deterrence
/cancelaura Hand of Protection

I use these two commands for the following macros:

Beast Mastery burst macro w/ cancelaura for Deterrence and Hand of Protection:

This macro cancels any active protective auras, allowing me the instant freedom to fire up big red and kick some ass. ;)

#showtooltip Bestial Wrath
/cancelaura Hand of Protection
/cancelaura Deterrence
/use 14
/cast Bestial Wrath
/cast Kill Command
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Kill Shot w/ cancelaura macro:

This macro enables you to never miss a Kill Shot opportunity due to a BoP or Deterrence. Even if Kill Shot is not available it can still be used to cancel Deterrence or Blessing of Protection if needed.

#showtooltip Kill Shot
/cancelaura Deterrence
/cancelaura Hand of Protection
/cast Kill Shot
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Trap Launcher Macro

This macro makes sure that Trap Launcher is active and then it readies a target circle for Freezing Trap. This macro functions similarly to our old Freezing Arrow spell – putting two oft-used functions into one key press. Because Trap Launcher shares a cooldown with your traps, you need to press it once, wait a moment and then tap it again. Or, you can do like I do and spam the s&!t out of it. ;)

Since this macro simply queues Freezing Trap for the launch, you can still tap a different trap before you click and this macro will function just the same as Trap Launcher. This macro replaces Trap Launcher in my action bar.

/cast !Trap Launcher
/cast Freezing Trap

Freezing Trap Macro

Sometimes I may be in melee range and won’t want to fiddle with Trap Launcher as I’m trying to CC a target or create some separation. This macro makes sure my Trap launcher is off and then places a Freezing Trap right at my feet. Just as with the above macro, there is a slight delay (if Trap Launcher is active), so tap it twice for it to work as intended.

/cancelaura Trap Launcher
/cast Freezing Trap

Versatile Bandage Macro

Use this macro to heal your mouseover target, or yourself – if no target is selected. Just swap in the type of bandage you have in your inventory.

/use [@mouseover,help][@player] Dense Embersilk Bandage

Camouflage Toggle

This is a really simple macro you can use to toggle Camouflage on or off – rather than clicking on the buff to cancel it. If Camouflage is not active, it puts you in stealth – if Camo is active, then it cancels it.

I like to use my mouse exclusively for movement, so I don’t like having to “click” on any skills or buffs. This macro is handy for canceling Camo real quick before you’re about to grab a flag, for example.

#showtooltip Camouflage
/cancelaura Camouflage
/cast Camouflage
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

All-In-One Pet Survival Macro

This macro combines all of the various pet abilities which help to keep it alive – or in the case of a Ferocity pet – to even resurrect it. It’s more of an emergency macro, so don’t use it for routine Mend Pets — only use it if your pet is on the verge of getting focused down – or if you have a Ferocity pet with Heart of the Phoenix – this macro can bring them back up with one click.

Pressing it will put your pet in Cower (reducing incoming damage by 40% for 6 sec) and throw a Mend Pet up. It will also cast Last Stand if you have a Tenacity pet out – or – Bullheaded if you have a Cunning pet out. If you have a Ferocity Pet it will add Lick Your Wounds or cast Heart of the Phoenix if your pet’s dead.

/cast Last Stand
/cast Bullheaded
/cast Heart of the Phoenix
/cast Mend Pet
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Quick Pet Safety + Dismiss Pet

This is a handy macro for pulling your pet back if they’re in danger. If Dash is needed to get them out of harm’s way quickly, then press the alt key as well. I’ve also added Dismiss Pet to this macro to save a little action bar space. Pressing the shift key will Dismiss your current pet.

/cast [mod:shift] Dismiss Pet
/cast [mod:alt] Dash
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Guard Dog Macro

I like using this while I’m on the run. It puts my pet in defensive mode and throws out the PetMoveTo target circle. Not a hugely necessary macro, but I like to keybind all of my abilities if possible. It’s so much better being free to use your mouse for all movement; not having to ‘click’ on any abilities.


Healthstone / Potion Macro

This macro will use a Healthstone if you have one, or a healing potion if you do not. Substitute in the appropriate healing potion type. I rarely use health potions in BGs, especially now since they’re so costly, but a handy macro nonetheless.

/use Healthstone
/use Runic Healing Potion
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Battle Standard Macro

I’ve been toting my Battle Standards around for years, but I seldom use them, which is a shame. This is partly because I often forget, but also because using one always meant opening my inventory to click it.

So, I decided to make a super simple macro that would plant either my Stormpike Battle Standard (if in AV) or my Alliance Battle Standard (if in any other BG) with one key press. Now I use them all the time. :)

/use Stormpike Battle Standard
/use Alliance Battle Standard

III. Build Specific & Special Shot Macros

These macros contain abilities which are only available for certain hunter specs.

Beast Mastery Hunter MacrosA. Beast Mastery Hunter Macros

Bestial Wrath DPS Macro

This macro sends your pet in to attack your target and uses your major damage cooldowns. One button press will activate your trinket, cast Bestial Wrath, Kill Command & Rabid (Ferocity pets only). Combine this with Rapid Fire if it’s up, and you’ll be the talk of Recount for about 10-15 seconds.

/use 14
/cast Bestial Wrath
/cast Kill Command
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Hunter Pet MacrosBrawler’s Guild Burst

If you’re into the Brawler’s Arena, then you’ll want to add: /use item:98061 (Bottomless Potion of Brawler’s Deftness) to your primary burst macro, like this:

#showtooltip Bestial Wrath
/use 14
/use item:98061
/cast Bestial Wrath
/cast Rabid
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Spirit Beast – Spirit Mend Macro + All-In-One Exotic Pet Ability Macro

This macro provides a little more control over your Spirit Beast’s Spirit Mend ability. Pressing it will heal you – or a mouseover target (e.g., flag carrying teammate) if you have one highlighted. It will also cast Ancient Hysteria when your Core Hound’s out, and give you a little more control over your Silithid’s and Shale Spider’s snares.

/cast [@mouseover,help][@player] Spirit Mend
/cast Ancient Hysteria
/cast [@mouseover,harm][harm] Venom Web Spray
/cast [@mouseover,harm][harm] Web Wrap
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

B. Counter Shot Hunter Macros

This allows for a quick target switching silence. It will look first for a hostile mouseover target – if none is highlighted, it will silence your current target.

#showtooltip Counter Shot
/cast [@mouseover,harm][harm] Counter Shot

You can simplify it even further if your focus target is always going to be your Counter Shot target.

#showtooltip Counter Shot
/cast [@focus,exists] Counter Shot

You can also combine the two to make a mouseover macro where the focus has priority. This macro will first look for your focus target, then for a mouseover target if you have no focus target selected, then your current target if a focus and mouseover target are not available.

#showtooltip Counter Shot
/cast [@focus,exists][@mouseover,harm][harm] Counter Shot

C. Wyvern Sting Macros

Wyvern Sting Macro

This allows for quick target switching CC. It will look first for a hostile mouseover target. If none is highlighted, it will sleep your current target.

#showtooltip Wyvern Sting
/cast [@mouseover,harm][harm] Wyvern Sting

You can also apply the same rules as in the Counter Shot macro above – configuring this macro like so:

#showtooltip Wyvern Sting
/cast [@focus,exists][@mouseover,harm][harm] Wyvern Sting

Hunter Racial MacrosIV. Racial Macros

Some of the races in WoW have traits that can provide more powerful benefits – or have some added use and versatility – when placed in a macro.

Draenei: Gift of the Naaru

This macro brings some added flexibility to the Draenei’s Gift of the Naaru racial. Pressing it will heal you – or a mouseover target (e.g., main tank, arena partner) if you have one highlighted.

/cast [@mouseover,help][@player] Gift of the Naaru
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Night Elf: Shadowmeld

I macro Shadowmeld with Spirit Walk for a nice stealth macro for when I want to surprise enemies in PvP, or if I just want to go afk and not be bothered by any npc mobs. ;) I use a Spirit Beast with this, of course, but if you use a cat, then just swap in Prowl for Spirit Walk.

/cast Shadowmeld
/cast Spirit Walk

Orc: Blood Fury

Blood Fury is a powerful DPS boost that is best used when combined with other burst abilities such as Bestial Wrath or Rapid Fire, like this:

/cast Blood Fury
/cast Bestial Wrath
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Troll: Berserking

The Troll’s Berserking racial is another great DPS cooldown. Combine it with other burst cooldowns for maximum burstage.

/cast Berserking
/cast Rapid Fire
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Hunter Gear Macros - Trinket - GlovesV. Equipment Macros

Each piece of gear that we wear is assigned a number, as follows:
1 = head
2 = neck
3 = shoulder
4 = shirt
5 = chest
6 = belt
7 = legs
8 = feet
9 = wrist
10 = gloves
11 = finger 1
12 = finger 2
13 = trinket 1
14 = trinket 2
15 = back
16 = main hand
17 = off hand
18 = ranged
19 = tabard

Using the gear slot number as opposed to the actual item name is a more practical way of doing things. It not only makes for easier macro scripting, but it also allows for more freedom when swapping out gear.

The most important equipment slots to remember are:

13 – Trinket 1
14 – Trinket 2

Adding an equipslot # to your macro will activate the respective on-use trinket. For example, if you have an Ancient Petrified Seed equipped in your bottom trinket slot, you could macro it in with Bestial Wrath, like this:

/use 14
/cast Bestial Wrath

Now, let’s say your PvP gear setup uses a Prideful Gladiator’s Badge of Conquest in the bottom trinket slot instead. No problem, you don’t have to change a thing. Which ever trinket is located in that equipment slot, will be the one that’s used in the macro.

If you want to have more control over your trinkets, as would be the case with a PvP trinket, you can make simple macros such as these:

Top Trinket Slot

/use 13

Bottom Trinket Slot

/use 14

The nice thing about these macros is that they’ll show you which trinket you actually have equipped. Last thing you want to do is realize after the start of an arena match that you’re wearing your proc-based DPS trinket and left your PvP trinket in your backpack. Of course, this is harder to do these days with luxuries like the equipment manager.

Engineering MacrosA. Engineering Macros

Engineers have additional on-use items associated with these equipment slots:

1 – Helmet
6 – Belt
8 – Boots
10 – Gloves
15 – Back

Glove Tinker Macro

If you have a Tazik Shocker attached to your gloves, you’re going to want to fire that sucker off as much as possible. Best way to do this is to macro it in to your shot(s) like this:

/use 10
/cast Explosive Shot
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

As long as the gloves you’re wearing have an on-use engineering enchant of some sort, you never have to fiddle with the item name in the macro.

You can even combine the on-use engineering gadgets into one macro. For this example, let’s say we’re a MM Hunter who has the Hand-Mounted Pyro Rocket on our gloves, as well as the Gnomish Lightning Generator equipped in our bottom trinket slot.

/use 10
/use 14
/cast Chimera Shot
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Note: There is a 10 second burst-ability cooldown that activates when using one of the engineering DPS items. You can still combine the abilities into one macro, but they will fire off no sooner than 10 seconds apart from one another. This little mechanic was added in 3.1 to prevent engineers from gaining an unfair burst advantage in arena.

Disengage + Cloak Tinker Macro

The Disengage + Flexweave Underlay macro can really add some distance to your Disengage.

/cast Disengage
/use 15

WoW MacrosVI. Miscellaneous Macros

The following are a few other macros that I use – not necessarily hunter-specific – that make little tasks in Azeroth just a bit easier…

Garwulf’s Fishin’ Macro

This is a super-handy-dandy macro I created for some expert angling. This one little macro will equip all of your fishing gear, apply a lure to your pole and even cast it. Just use this same button to fish — when your lure buff expires, the macro will immediately know to reapply a new lure. Customize it to suit your particular fishing gear setup, then have fun fishin’!

#showtooltip Fishing

/equip Mastercraft Kalu'ak Fishing Pole
/equip Weather-Beaten Fishing Hat
/use Weather-Beaten Fishing Hat
/use Fishing
/script UIErrorsFrame:Clear()

Handy Daily Quest Macro

Back in WotLK I grew tired of having to rummage through my inventory each time I needed to use an item for a daily quest, so I created a macro that would cover all of the quest items I’d need to use on a daily basis. My Cataclysm one doesn’t contain nearly as many items, but I still find using it much more convenient than having to open my bags and click on the items every time.

This macro uses the following items: The Tahret Dynasty Mallet for the “Thieving Little Pluckers” quest, the Magnetized Scrap Collector for “Magnets, How Do They Work?”, the Enchanted Salve for “Burn Victims”, and it also places Seaforium Bombs in Strand of the Ancients and Isle of Conquest.

/use item:63351
/use item:62829
/use item:69240
/use item:39213
/use item:46847
/use item:47030

The items listed in this macro are not very relevant to the WoD era, but you can easily switch these item #s to whatever. To change out the items, or to add additional items, just find the item’s ID by searching for it on WoWHead, then add it to the macro. The item ID can be found in your browser’s address bar, like so:

Enchanted Salve

Item ID for Enchanted Salve

Isle of Conquest & Strand of the Ancients Bomb Macro

I don’t always queue for IoC ot SotA, but when I do, I use this macro for easier wall bombing.

/use item:46847
/use item:47030

Simple All-Terrain Mount Macro

Mount macros are no longer needed in Warlords of Draenor! For a one-button mount command, just favorite whichever mounts you wish to use most often, then drag the ‘Summon Random Favorite Mount’ button to your action bar. Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy!

So long mount macros and farewell GoGoMount…you were a great addon for many years, but the game’s UI is growing up and I don’t think I need you any more…

Gun Show Macro

The Gun ShowUse this macro to impress your friends and dazzle the ladies. Useful for those occasions when you’ve: just topped the meters in a successful raid, owned someone in a duel, pulled off a daring flag capture in Warsong Gulch, or just think that others should recognize.

Another great opportunity to bust this one out is during downtime while raiding. Use it while the RL is distributing loot, explaining a fight, during another player’s bio break, or anytime the situation calls for it.

For this to work, you need to make sure you have at least 9 free bag spaces in your bag nearest your primary backpack (the bag just to the left of your 16 slotter).

Proper setup should involve an unsuspecting nearby female player whom you will emote…

You: /em asks you to present your tickets.
Unsuspecting Female: tickets..?
You: /s Yes, I’m now accepting tickets…
Unsuspecting female: for what..?
You: /y The Gun Show!

Get in line for the Gun Show

/script local t={3,4,5,9,10,15,19}; for k,v in pairs(t) do PickupInventoryItem(v); PutItemInBag(20); end

Alright folks… so there ya are… Hunter Macros. Start using ‘em!


  1. Alex says

    Awesome man! This will make it way easier. I hate when I accidentally start up Cobra Shot right as I have BW ready to use.

    And now I know a bit about making the macros, so I could easily make some of my own! Kudos to you!

    • Lapuamag says

      I am running BM in arean’s this is new to me and have ran MM for 3 years I really like BM and love my spirit beast team so can you please let me know if there are any more pvp macro’s that will help me dps my BM to the max? Thank you

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