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5-01-2008 @ 6:26PM
The simple fact is that bindings are the fastest. I don't know why I'm responding here because you all seem to be delusional. Can people possibly think that taking your eyes off the screen, stopping manuvering (outside of keyboard turning...), then trying to move your eyes back to your screen. I can understand that people may be used to clicking buttons, but it's simply inferior. My main is a mage, I have a level 70 priest and warlock as well. All of my characters, including my twinks, are fully keybound for all useful abilities. An example: You're a mage and you are in the arena. You are dpsing a warrior and his healer just broke sheep. Warrior is almost dead and you need to cs the heal to win. If you don't use focus targeting (and if you're too lazy to bind, your probably too lazy for focus), you need to change targets then find CS before the first heal gets off (1.5 seconds or less, even less if you count lag). Keybinder has the chance to do this, clicker will miss the counterspell every time. (and probably lose because of it)Even less used abilities like flame/frost shield probably won't be used effectively if they aren't keybound. And every 30 seconds people want to take the time to go click ice barrier? How fast can you iceblock/trinket/wotf if you have to hunt and click? Do you want your healer sitting in a fear/cyclone while you die because they're trying to click their trinket button?Last of all, binding is *EASY*. Just download bongos and use the keybinding system there. If you're still too stubborn go watch some high level arena movies over at warcraftmovies.com. Watch how fluid and fast they are.
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