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2-22-2011 @ 7:34PM
I've always found keybinds a bit tricky, 1-2-3-4 are easy enough for spell i use often but lately (as a mage) I've been trying to get the hang of using R for blink T for silence and X for Iceblock. It never occured to me to swap out A & D as I've never really used them before, thanks for the tip.What type of keybindings do other frostmages use?
2-23-2011 @ 4:47AM
I've played mages for so long that a lot of these are burned into my muscle memory by now. Have rebound stafe to A and D.Q - Frost NovaE - BlinkShift E - Goblin Racial Rocket JumpF - Cone of ColdShift F - Pet FreezeR - Counter Spell (reply is bound to Shift R)1 - Ice Lance2 - Frostfire bolt3 - Frostbolt (always used 3 for my main nuke, whatever spell caster I'm playing)4 - Deep Freeze5 - Polymorph6 - Arcane Explosion (for spamming to get stealthers)Other key bindings are close to there and are more down to individual playstyle. I like to keep Ice Barrier, Icy Veins and Ice Block near by.
2-23-2011 @ 2:24PM
Love Badger's post, anyone have similar suggestions for warriors (arms/fury)Curious where my proc attacks are bound in comparison to others?
3-01-2011 @ 8:50PM
For me, arms looks like (mod abilities in brackets)~ charge1-colossus smash2-over power (disarm macro)3-mortal strike (victory rush)4-rend (throw down)5-pummel (spell reflect macro)Q - heroic strike (cleave)E - berserker rage (sweeping strikes)T - bladestorm (intimidating shout)Y - trinket (inner rage)F - hamstring (thunder clap)G - battle shout (commanding)H - dps trinketF1 - shield wallF2 - enraged regenF3 - deadly calmF4 - shattering throwMousewheel up - next stance macro ( battle -> d -> zerker)Mousewheel down - prev stance macro (zerker->d->battle)Mousewheel click - piercing howl (demo shout)Side mouse - heroic throw (engineering gloves)Side mouse2- intervene focus macro (intervene target)
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