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9-09-2010 @ 4:54PM
I'm a stubborn clicker. I still like to PvP a lot. I have some macros and keybinds. I KB turn. I know I will never be anywhere near the top PvP wise and don't really do Arena. I think all the stuff you need to do to be "really good" is somewhat of a joke. The dedication part is admirable but don't you think it's going towards having the PC/hardware doing the heavy lifting? Is that was true PvP is? Get the best system, tweak it to it's highest proficiency, get mods. keybinds, etc? I may be playing the wrong game :(
9-09-2010 @ 4:59PM
It's no different to any hobby really. If you're dedicated to it, you'll want the best equipment you can afford.. if you play guitar you're gonna aspire to get something like a Fender or Gibson, do a lot of mountain biking? You might want to get something like a Kona or an Orange. Not that you can't do perfectly well with lesser tools, or have less fun even, but if you can upgrade your equipment to aid your main hobby then why not?
9-09-2010 @ 5:05PM
Not really, no. Just the keybinding and mouse movement part.He said in the beginning of the article "They won't make you win, but as with all tools, they'll give you the edge with all other things being even."Most of the time it will never come down to whoever's latency is better.Keyboard turning and clicking, however, will make a huge difference in PvP.
9-09-2010 @ 7:14PM
You're a rogue, you don't need to know anything about "skill" beyond stunlock stunlock stunlock.No hardware or mod will *EVER* make a terrible PvPer good. They can, at best, hope to suck ever so slightly less and ALMOST get that cast time finished before they're cut down.
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