Intimidating shout bandage macro
[...] "Laeral's Cutting Hand," she announced, her tones a mockery of his own.If not modified, then taunts your current target Weril ~ 3.3.5 tested (taunts mouseover with alt pressed, else taunts target or if target is friendly taunt his target) (Tested in 3.3) When out of combat this macro will switch to Battle strance and cast Charge on an enemy and then swich back to Defensive stance (3 clicks).but looking at my set up this is much better to have charge/hamstring and change my origonal macro to something else as when I started keyboard mashing I would often change stance to much and starve myself.you should never in your life use that macro in pvp #showtooltip Execute /cast Heroic Strike /cast Execute you will be rage straved all your fights 100% you never use heroic strike in pvp in any circumstances dunno in cataclysm, but atm in pvp is a big NO NO!!!
In terms of realism, this has some ground as traditional and even some current practitioners of martial arts hold the belief that accompanying statements and/or vocal noises alongside execution build up their , thereby increasing the power and efficacy of their moves and techniques.
For a long time, only flashy Finishing Moves or powerful Limit Breaks were considered worthy of calls. When your opponent is calling your attacks, it's Combat Clairvoyance or Kung-Fu Clairvoyance.
Two well-known examples are Kenshiro spelling out the spectacular death he just dealt to his foe and Son Goku's signature "KA... "Wild magic stone brings down antimagic shell," the Red Wizard said calmly, for all the world as if he were describing a move in a chess game.
The idea that words can grant power is a cross cultural phenomenon that shows up frequently in the earliest tales of swords and sorcery.
Members of the Sinitic ethnolinguistic family in particular tend to ascribe special importance to the power of written characters, and the belief that special words can invoke control over supernatural power permeates their folklore (just ask your local Shinto, Buddhist, or Taoist practitioner if they've donated to a shrine or temple to have a talisman written lately).