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Hi

I want the bot to only cast Bloodrage if he is in combat. however, even with these 2 options. "combat only = true" and a spell condition of "me in combat = true" he still casts it when he's running around and ready to engage. 

This hinders the warriors ooc healing ability and stops him using charge. 

Am i missing something here?

Thanks

 

 

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In Combat for wRobot means flagged for combat or even just starting a fight.
Use C#  => ObjectManager.Me.InCombatFlagOnly
Which is just combat flag, or
ObjectManager.GetObjectWoWUnit().Any(u => u.IsTargetingMe) 

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2 hours ago, Matenia said:

In Combat for wRobot means flagged for combat or even just starting a fight.
Use C#  => ObjectManager.Me.InCombatFlagOnly
Which is just combat flag, or
ObjectManager.GetObjectWoWUnit().Any(u => u.IsTargetingMe) 

Thanks @matenia I'll give that a whirl! So neither of the 2 options i linked are actually "in combat"? they are both referring to in combat or "about to be in combat"? strange. 

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1 hour ago, KDiddy said:

Try using Target in Combat Range = True

I dont want them in range though, i want to be physically in combat before using it ? could try some kind of <10 yrd range though

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21 hours ago, KDiddy said:

It works perfectly for me on that setting ?

I have it prioritised just after a charge check, so I don't lose the option to close in quick if needed.

Thanks, this does indeed work. The Target in combat range must mean target in melee range. He now only does the range if he is in combat and already charged or unable to charge. ?

 

Thanks

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