World of Warcaft PvP Warrior Macros

I have been playing World of Warcraft since it first came out, I have many characters but my favorite has and always will be my warrior. I’ve tried PvE with him but I really enjoy PvP. I personally think that is where the most fun and skill lies. Arena is my favorite and I have gotten gladiator on my warrior numerous times. So today I would like to share some of the very useful macros that I personally use and really can’t play without. I think these are very helpful and strongly recommend them to anyone trying to increase their skill level for playing a warrior.

The first macro(s) I want to share are my stance macros

#showtooltip Battle Stance
/cast Battle Stance
/Equipslot 16 Wrathful Gladiator’s Greatsword

#showtooltip Defensive Stance
/equip Furious Gladiator’s Cleaver
/equip Wrathful Gladiator’s Shield Wall
/cast Defensive Stance
/cast Spell Reflection

#showtooltip Berserker Stance
/cast Berserker Stance
/equipslot 16 Wrathful Gladiator’s Greatsword

So there is Battle Stance, Defensive Stance, and Berserker Stance. What I really like about these is that they work not only to change stances but also can be used for sword and board, and spell reflect. So when you go to play defensive its one less button you need to push and when you want to go offensive, same thing, one less button to push. Your going to want to change the name of my weapons to the names of the ones you are using.

This next macro is very simple, but very useful. Its and overpower macro

#showtooltip Overpower
/cast [stance:1] Overpower; Battle Stance

overpower is a very powerful move and is great for dealing burst damage, but it can only be used while in Battle Stance. So if you are in Berserker Stance or Defensive Stance and want to use it you’ll have to press two buttons, the Battle Stance, and then overpower, but with this macro you only have to press one button and it will put you into Battle Stance then use overpower.

Now I want to share with you a disarm macro

#showtooltip Disarm
/cast Defensive Stance
/cast Disarm

Again very simple, but very useful. This macro is basically the same as the overpower one except this one if for disarm. Disarm can only be used in Defensive Stance, so if you in any other stance you are going to have to change stances to Defensive then use disarm. Again this is turning two buttons to one. Now you might be thinking “wow I’m only gonna save 2 seconds no big deal” but it is a big deal especially when you are in an arena and you healer needs a peel NOW or he will die. Those two seconds could really come down to the deciding factor of winning or losing an arena.

Again here’s another simple but useful one. Enraged regeneration.

#showtooltip Enraged Regeneration
/Cast Berserker Rage
/cast Enraged Regeneration

This macro like the last will probably only save you a few seconds but like i was saying early a few seconds is a lot, and using multiple macros that each save a few seconds, it will add up. I made this macro because I found myself in situations where i was about to die and i would hit enraged regeneration, and low and be hold guess who didn’t have an enraged effect on them? Me. So i made this macro to prevent that from ever happening again. This macro just about ensures that you will have and enraged effect on you when you use enraged regeneration.

This next one is really only helpful in an arena or if you have a friend you consistently play with. Its an Intervene macro.

#showtooltip Intervene
/cast Defensive Stance
/cast [target=tselitel] Intervene
/cast Intervene

Since intervene can only be used in Defensive Stance this macro puts you into defensive stance for you. Where it says [target=tselite] you want to change tselite to the name of you friend you it to intervene to. Whats really cool about this macro is if you buddy isn’t around it will use intervene on your target. Now while the last few macros only saved you a few seconds I think this one is a real big help. It puts you into the stance you need to be in, it allows you the skip the step of having to target the person you want to intervene, and it uses the move for you. Very crucial in arenas.

I know that the Defensive Stance macro I already posted works as spell reflect too but I like this one for when i want to spell reflect without playing super defensive afterwards.

#showtooltip Spell Reflection
/cast [stance:1/2,equipped:Shields] Spell Reflection; [stance:3] Defensive Stance
/stopmacro [equipped: Shields]
/equip Furious Gladiator’s Cleaver
/equip Royal Crest of Lordaeron

This one can save you a butt load of time, instead of changing stances, if you are in berserker, and it saves you the hassel of having to put on a shield to use spell reflect. And what I really like is that it works if you are already in a stance that allows you to spell reflect.

This last one is so simple and yet I rarely see people who have/use this one. This one is a must for arms warriors. Its the cancel bladestorm macro.

/cancelaura Bladestorm

This one does exactly what you think it does. When you are using bladestorm instead of having to sort through all of your buffs at the stop of your screen to click off bladestorm this macro does it for you. Its very useful particularly when say fighting a rogue, you hamstring him then bladestorm, he trinkets the handstring and sprints away leaving you sitting in bladestorm. Now with this macro when he tries that trick you simply cancel the bladestorm then you can use charge to quickly get over to him and give him a really bad day. Also works well on mages, you bladestorm they blink well with this you can quickly charge right back at them.