How Do I Create A WoW Mount Macro?

I love my mount especially now since I have my flying one. One thing I am looking for is how to create a WoW mount macro that not only will mount me up if i’m outside but one that will also mount me up with my flying mount if i’m in the Outlands and my regular mount if i’m not. Is this possible?

Yes, this is possible. I absolutely love macros for reasons like this. It can save a whole lot of different mouse clicks! I’ll start off by listing how to do a simple mount macro and we will then show how to do the flying mount macro.

Here is a basic mount macro:

/use [nomounted,outdoors] Whistle of the Black War Raptor

What this does is if you are not mounted and you are outdoors then the macro will try to mount you on your Black War Raptor. Of course if you don’t have the raptor put in your mount there.

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Pretty simple, eh? Oh and if you want to be dismounted guess what the macro command is…

/dismount

It’s really not rocket science here. Anyway, now on to the more difficult macro like you want.

/script UIErrorsFrame:UnregisterEvent(“UI_ERROR_MESSAGE”);
/use [outdoors,nomounted,nomodifier:ctrl] Snowy Gryphon
/use [outdoors,nomounted] Black War Ram
/dismount [mounted]
/script UIErrorsFrame:RegisterEvent(“UI_ERROR_MESSAGE”);

This one is a bit more confusing to follow. First thing I want to point out is the “/script” lines. Usually when you use a macro to choose either your normal mount or your flying mount it will give an error message. Those lines basically shut off the error message windows so you won’t have to click “OK” every time you mount up.

So, this is the WoW macro you are looking for just substitute your mount names in for those and you will be good to go. Also note that if you hold down CTRL it will always select your normal mount.

Try it out and let me know how it goes. Just don’t become spoiled by using it!

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