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5-18-2008 @ 12:20PM
Good tips. I'll just second your comment about macros; I have no idea how anyone could effectively play a warrior (my class) without them. WoWWiki has a very nice section on useful macros for , but the syntax is also very easy to learn so you can cook up your own too. Also, on key binds, I recently had a great idea that may not have occurred to most people (didn't occur to me for a long time) that I figured I'd share: Bind skills to your mousewheel! By default, the mousewheel is bound to camera zoom functions, which I hardly ever use. Now, by using the mousewheel and modifiers (shift, ctrl, alt) I have 8 extra keybinds at my disposal that are extremely easy to reach. I generally use these for skills that I don't have to pound repeatedly (i.e. melee attacks) such as bloodrage, piercing howl, deathwish, shouts etc. It's helped my game a lot, actually, since it freed up some easy to reach keys for other skills (like slam, my spell reflect macro etc.), which I had bound to slightly more awkward keys before.
5-18-2008 @ 12:22PM
Bah, formatting... that should read: "WoWWiki has a very nice section on useful macros for each of the classes..."
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