Bard macros

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2 years ago#1
I'm having problems with creating a bard macro. I've tried
/ac "Bloodletter"
And it doesn't do anything at all.
I also tried
/ac "Bloodletter" <t>
And still nothing, I've also substituted Strong Shot for Bloodletter with no results, can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong please?
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Psn: archon_wolf
2 years ago#2
I don't think you need to put quotes.
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The chest is empty...like your thieving heart.
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2 years ago#3
You don't have to put quotes when it is one word but I do it no matter how many words out of habit.

Your problem though is your target. Its a self buff which means you need a self target.

/ac "Bloodletter" <me>

That should work with or without the quotes. Same thing goes for second wind and any other self buffs.
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PSN: Sebastian456

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