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9-17-2010 @ 4:22AM
I think it was mentioned on this site before, but i think it is pretty important to define the characterstic, not the actual spell of each button. Makes it easier with alts. Just as you mentioned, Q is the PVP trinket, I usually have C as stun/cyclone, F for roots/fear/etc, 6 for mount (its too far for anything helpful). I use OPie rings for the spells/consumables/abilities that I rarely use, freeing up a lot of bar and keybinding (for example, SHIFT+C has my endless flask, mana, health potion). One recommendation: Healbot for everyone, not just healers (or ofc Clique+Grid). You dont have to keybind the heal itself, just on healbot (left click/right click with modifiers)I use healbot for everything possible. I am just leveling my (tanking) paladin, and it makes a great use of healbot! For example, Rightenous defense (which is a 3-mob taunt, but it has to be cast on the friendly target being attacked) is perfect on Shift+right click on Healbot: if I see that the mobs are attacking my priest, and his little white (class colored health)bar going down, i just click on her name and they are taunted. I also use Healbot for Cleanse, Hand of Protection/Freedom/Salvation. On my druid, I only heal through healbot, and the CC/damage is left on the keyboard. With healbot you never have to target friends anymore, just enemys, and tab is great for that.
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