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5-18-2009 @ 8:07AM
The only major gripe I have with combat vehicles, particularly Ulduar ones, is spinning. I'm generally the pasxenger in a siege vehicle; if the driver moves maybe 5 degrees, my aiming seems to get thrown around about 180 meaning I then have to self-correct. Not that bad, but when the driver's doing turns through the towers and I'm having to correct my gun every 3 seconds it's annoyingly stressful. Apart from that, I quote like the vehicles though the whole gauntlet is becoming a bit tedious on the 4th time. We got Flame Levi down to 4% on our first attempt, which we were pretty pleased at (zomg casual guild). Make sure you've got awesome communication going on between the person being chased, the person interrupting, the people in bikes and the people killing the turrets.
5-18-2009 @ 9:31AM
To combat the problem you've mentioned:I use my mouse for targeting when in a vehicle, meaning I click-and-hold my right mouse button which in turn moves my targeting reticule to wherever I want it to be.Regardless of the driver, so long as I'm moving around my sights and aiming, his actions have no effect. Just use your left hand for your vehicles abilities (the hotkeys), and you're golden.Problem solved! (until people reply beneath me debunking my solution)
5-18-2009 @ 10:02AM
there are some problems with aiming even with your tactics (i use it too :))when you target and vehicle rotates your pointer moves too, so you have to compensate rotation with mouse... if you have eager driver (like i do) you need to be careful not to pull boss by accident etc...also there is problem with shooting on slopes. havent figured that one out yen tho :(
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