^ mouseover taunt for you. can keep something targetted while taunting something else. if you don't have an enemy mouseover it will just taunt your current target. You can do this for any of your moves that you want, just change "Taunt" in the code to whatever you want it to be. If it's a helpful spell to be cast on other players, just take out "harm" from the code.Code:#showtooltip Taunt /stopcasting /cast [@mouseover,harm,nodead][harm,nodead]Taunt
^Multi-shout button, saves space on bars. Hold shift and hit it for Battle Shout, hold alt and hit it for Commanding shout, just hit it regular for Demoralizing shout. You can add more to it if you want just put like [mod:ctrl] for the CTRL key, etc. You might have to go in to your keybinds and unbind some of these if you put it on your action bar though because for instance if you put it in the 2 spot on the action bar and you go to hold shift and hit 2 it will switch you to action bar 2 instead of casting the move. You can just change this in the keybindings (hit escape during the game, it's in that menu).Code:#showtooltip [mod:shift]Battle Shout;[mod:alt]Commanding Shout;[nomod]Demoralizing Shout /stopcasting /cast [mod:shift]Battle Shout;[mod:alt]Commanding Shout;[nomod]Demoralizing Shout
Also I came up with a misdirection setfocus macro on my hunter. When I first join an instance or raid, I click on the tank, hold shift and hit my macro, and that sets the tank as my focus. Then from then on when I hit the macro WITHOUT hold shift, it automatically casts misdirect on whoever I had set as my focus. When I'm questing I do it to my pet. Any time you want to change the focus you just target that person, hold shift and hit it again. That way you don't have to bother editing the macro each instance, replacing the person's name and such, or remembering to click the tank each time you want to cast misdirect.
You can do this with Vigilance and cast it on whoever the same way, or if you're a rogue you can do it with Tricks of the Trade. Or if you're a ret pally you can do this with Divine Intervention and set the focus on some class that can rez. That way if a wipe starts happening you can just hit it and know you'll cast DI on the person you want to, and you don't lose any durability to your gear. Instead of frantically trying to target a healer and then cast it while your face is getting smashed in. A druid could also set a battle rez target with this macro. It has a bunch of different uses. PVPers could set the focus to be their arena partners for moves like pally bubble or a hunter's pet move that charges over and intercepts an attack that is getting cast on their buddy, things like that.
I'll have to come back with that code after I go to my other computer, I can't really remember it exactly. I'll attempt to do it off the top of my head but it might be wrong, I'll come back and edit it later to clarify but try this:
That's the working code for the macro, just looked it up in my macros cache file. Just replace "Rebirth" with whatever move you want, like Vigilance, Misdirect, Tricks of the Trade, etc.Code:#showtooltip Rebirth /stopcasting /cast [nomod,@focus]Rebirth /focus [mod:shift]target
For the armory, I prob would have gotten a faster 1h heirloom weapon. But oh well, an extra swing sometimes is okay. You're in the right direction with "of the bear" gear. Obviously try to grab anything with +Def if you come across it but as you level and stuff it's not a big deal really. I believe there's a +100 health chest chant that still works on level 1 items. I'd toss crusader on the weapon while I level up. I'm sure you know you don't need the spirit and stuff on the shield but your options are limited at this level. This computer is being dumb and not loading your spec for me in the armory it's just showing blank talent trees so I can't really comment on that ATM.