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4-19-2011 @ 4:05AM
I think it comes down to if you feel effective in your play. I found I started using things like the shadowfiend macro because I was not getting htat spell effectively used due to having a friendly target. It was easier for me to get the result I wanted with the shadow fiend macro. I used to tie inner focus and divine hymn together because it was quicker and usually when I wanted it I was short on time.I'm fairly resistent to mods and macros, I dont' like learning the new stuff - although I recommend a BG for practising new keybinds. So I tend to add things here and there over time. Swapping to grid + clique was a change but one I felt gave me a better result ocne I adjusted.So if you can do what you need to do and your'e happy with it, then you don't have to have macros in my opinion. If you find some things annoy you and you'd like a better option, there may be a macro out there that helps you.
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