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8-17-2009 @ 1:29AM
The main argument about Bind vs Click is that, lets say your hand is always on WASD. If you need to hit say 6, your hands will always know where to go.If you are a clicker, and you need to click a spell, you may be able to click it perfectly fine, but you have to stop and see where your mouse currently is, aim it at the spell, move, then click it. That means not only are your eyes having to move, you can't turn as well.Just personally, I play a Holy Paladin in highend 5s. If you look away for a second, or misplace yourself, you or a teammate is dead.
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