Razor Macro: Simple Lumberjacking Macro 1: Lumberjacking Wait Code: !Loop Assistant.Macros.IfAction|4|0|put some Assistant.Macros.HotKeyAction|0|Play: Lumberjacking Assistant.Macros.EndIfAction Assistant.Macros.IfAction|4|0|hack Assistant.Macros.HotKeyAction|0|Play: Lumberjacking Assistant.Macros.EndIfAction Assistant.Macros.PauseAction|00:00:01 Macro 2: Lumberjacking Code: !Loop Assistant.Macros.DoubleClickAction|1076648203|3915 Assistant.Macros.WaitForTargetAction|3 Assistant.Macros.LastTargetAction Assistant.Macros.PauseAction|00:00:02 Assistant.Macros.IfAction|4|0|not enough wood Assistant.Macros.HotKeyAction|0|Play: Lumberjacking_Wait Assistant.Macros.EndIfAction The Lumberjacking Wait macro sits and "waits" for you to 2x Click your axe and target a tree. When it sees the System Messages that indicate you're chopping wood, it'll call your Lumberjacking macro. The Lumberjacking macro will clean out a tree. When it gets the System Messages that indicate that the tree is empty, it'll call the Lumberjacking Wait macro. These are simple macros that are designed to keep you engaged and out of trouble. Find a quiet spot in the woods with little to no spawn. Make sure it has runs of trees in multiple directions. Preferably, make sure the trees are in double rows for twice the spots. Place a small house in the middle. Lock down logs on steps. Walk off a few screens in one direction. Walk the rows lumberjacking and dragging the logs. Drop logs on locked down pile at house when you make it back to the house. Enjoy your 1,000's of boards and logs. I don't bother cutting them into boards or anything with this simple macro. I just drop them to the ground and drag them along. There are much fancier macros to be made, but this is a pretty simple one to get ya's going and keep you from getting into trouble.