Please explain what the Macros do in detail. I find them Difficult to follow.
other than that, great guide.
The curse of exhaustion macro will cast curse of exhaustion on any enemy target close to you. Its called a rogue finder macro because if a rogue is nearby and you spam it the INSTANT the rogue is close enough you can see them you snare them.
I suck at pvp but i have creamed many a bad rogue/kitty with this macro.
The seduction macro will focus your target and seduce it upon cast. From here pressing the macro will re-seduce your Focus (your former target) if its still alive allowing you to target other mobs while keeping your CC assignment seduced. NEW targets will NOT be seduced so long as your focus is alive. Pressing it during seduction will break seduction and re-seduce your focus. Pressing alt will clear your focus and make your current target the new focus and seduce it.
The focus banish macro isnt nearly as complex. It will banish your current target if pressed and will banish your focus if you press it while having the alt button down.
Mouseover macros allow you to cast spells on mobs simply by hovering your mouse over them. No need to target at all.
All in one combines multiple pet macros into one. Succubus out? it seduces your target and holding down shift while pressing it will seduce your focus. Same thing with felhunter and spell lock. Imp will use singe magic. Pressed voidwalker will cast sacrifice. Using shift will make him use consume shadows (rogue finder).
If this is truely a guide for 80 AND 85 then you must take into account that Affliction WILL be using their Felhunters at 85 due to being able to spec into Dark Arts and the gain of Demon Soul at 85. This will make the Felhunter FAR outweigh the Succubus at level 85.
Your absolutely right that is why i said
PVE talent specs: Affliction has two viable talent specs. Shadowbolt focused and Drain life focused. At level 80 Shadowbolt focus uses a succubus and drain life uses an imp. At level 85 both specs will use a felhunter for demon soul. Drain life requires a high gear level to stack enough mastery to be viable and must pay more attention to the shadow's embrace debuff to keep it from falling off. Also note, optional talent are optional.
Sorry if i failed to emphasize this. In my next revision ill mention that more.