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9-10-2010 @ 1:32PM
Good keyboard-turners make ample use of the strafe buttons (Q,E) and the various combinations of turning keys pressed simultaneously. This makes it entirely possible to flip an instant 180 or stay on a moving target with ease. I have no issues playing this way and have achieved a 2k rating in [soon to be] all 3 brackets. Arguably, it opens up your right hand for even more keybinds (think number pad) so you have have 10 fingers worth of keybinds. In a pinch, it isn't difficult to mouse-turn when absolutely needed by moving your hand over 4 inches to keep your back away from that silly rogue/feral.
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