Could someone confirm my thoughts on the use of the following macro for Karazhan in general and Moroes in particular? With Aikea having one hand in a cast, I thought it might be helpful for crowd control. Plus, it could probably be easily applied to Palys and Hunters by changing their casted spell. Prior to entering combat, type the function /focus while targeting the mob you want to shackle. Then, using the following macro, you can always shackle your ghost without having to ever change targets. /clearfocus [modifier:shift] /clearfocus [target=focus,dead] /clearfocus [target=focus,noexists] /focus [target=focus,noexists] /script SetRaidTarget("focus", 5) /cast [target=focus] Shackle Undead Palies can change this to Turn Undead for chain fearing the mobs and Hunters can change this to which ever shot they use to pull mobs to a new ice trap for chain trapping. I have some questions about the code though. /clearfocus [modifier:shift] !-- Clears focus when holding shift and clicking anywhere on screen, right? /clearfocus [target=focus,dead] !-- Clears focus when the mob dies, right? /clearfocus [target=focus,noexists] !-- Clears focus if the mob no longer exists, right? /focus [target=focus,noexists] !-- This line seems dangerous because if you don't have a target, won't it clear the focus? Is this line redundant as it sets the focus to a target that doesn't exist, therefore clearing the focus? /script SetRaidTarget("focus", 2) !-- This line maybe questionable to include. Seems only applicable if the player is the raid/party leader, but applies the Orange Circle icon to the focused target (as well as clearing the icon when focus is cleared), right? Icon values from 0 to 8 are, 0 = no icon, 1 = Yellow 4-point Star, 2 = Orange Circle, 3 = Purple Diamond, 4 = Green Triangle, 5 = White Crescent Moon, 6 = Blue Square, 7 = Red "X" Cross, 8 = White Skull. /cast [target=focus] Shackle Undead !-- Casts Shackle Undead on the focused mob? I'd appreciate any thoughts on this as and any patience with my lack of scripting knowlegde.