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7-02-2008 @ 9:26AM
I seriously dont want to take the merits of this guy, its cool to be in the top and it definitely it must have taken lots of efforts setting up those macros and etc... I do multibox a bit myself. But i do not see much of a glory factor in this post towards this guy. For me, the arena top players in reality are those that pull off wining from the oposite team with different people and different personalities.. different perspectives and etc.. For me, after these happenings, probably Blizzard will start to see some problems with multi-boxing as far as i am concerned. Since it is a bit unfair, for the opposite team, who really worked really hard to get together and maybe the all 5 of them lost the 1% enough for the end of season title for this one guy that is controlling 4 other characters with macros and such.I really hope i am not the only one that see the problem here.But gz to the multi-boxer anyway.
7-04-2008 @ 7:15PM
Multiboxing isn't the problem, 4 separate players who were in the same room would do a better job than a single player multiboxing.Root the leader then run behind them, since the leader cant move the multiboxer would have to keyboard turn to be able to hit you with more than one character.Death knights would make short work of such a comp, all they need is to use Death Grip on the leader, pulling the leader 30 yards away from the rest, any stun/root/fear after that would make all 4 of them flounder without being able to effectively fight back.Area effect fearing works too, if you can get all the tremor totems out before you do it. Using slowing effects on the "followers" would make them peel off if you can get the multiboxer to follow you away from the totems.The problem is that people don't use the vulnerabilities of multiboxing against the multiboxer, they get too freaked when 4 (or 5) instant chain lightning hit them to realize that the multiboxer has much less control than a normal player.
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