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10-07-2009 @ 8:39AM
@Roxton no I haven't seen the vanishing mage trick. Hopefully there's a video on Youtube I can look up when I get off work. I understand what I suggested *can* be pulled off with the right amount of dexterity and the right key bindings, I'm just saying if it were possible to implement in the spell itself it would be easier to pull off. Plus as you probably could tell I was just thinking of it as a kiting method for PVE, because that's really the only possibility I could think of using the spell for.I guess the macro I was thinking of turns your camera view and would never have worked. I had looked for a macro a while back that would do what I had mentioned, but I guess there wasn't one.I'm sure there are more uses in PVP, but as I said I don't really PVP. I never spec into PVP and I never set up my key bindings to be PVP friendly, so most of my PVE experience, especially on my mage, is to stand in one place and cast spells. Don't get me wrong, I'm good at hitting things on the run from my FPS days, it just doesn't need to be done with a mage in PVE that often.For me Blink only serves as a minor escape mechanism and to slightly reduce the time it takes for me to run back to my corpse in raid wipes. I was just suggesting something that might make it more viable to use in solo PVE and could be used in PVP for whatever I can't think of.
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