This guide is for those who want to learn how to properly wall the maze in CTFs to help their team win games. Knowing how to wall will help you tremendously to win games, whether you're a flagger, defender, or want to flat out wall for the entire match. Walling wins games. First of all, and it should go without saying, but you should have Wall of Stone binded to a comfortable hot key. Next, I'm going to walk you through the simple process of setting up relative location macros in Razor. You can't do this in Sallos, and you probably can in Steam but I don't know how because I don't use Steam. Anyway first off you're going to create a macro and give it a name. I'm going to start with the South macro, but in the end you will have 4 macros - one for each direction. Place an object on the ground in the same spot relative to your character that I have placed my bandaid. It is 1 tile directly south of your character. It can be anything, a potion, a bandaid, whatever. Next, you're going to bring up a targetting cursor, and you can do this any way you like. You can cast a spell (without actually releasing it), you can use a 'Set Last Target' hot key, whatever. Once you have a cursor up, you're going to hit Record for your macro. Once the macro is recording, all you're going to do is target the item on the ground and then stop recording. Once this is done you want to convert the "Absolute target" to Relative Location And then it should look like this: Then you're going to go under the Hot Keys tab and bind that macro to a hot key You'll want to do this for the three other directions. Here are all the spots you want to target You'll now be able to wall spots that were previously unwallable (unwallable QUICKLY at least. these spots are actually possible to wall without relative location macros) It will take some practice to get used to your hot keys and knowing which way the wall will drop, but once you do it will improve your CTF game tremendously being able to wall flaggers inside your base while your team kills them or walling enemes out.