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11-22-2011 @ 7:30AM
I just don't see me doing that, hence my comment was not downrated.I have provided compelling arguments for my statement, only in a vehement way because I feel so strongly about this. Just reread without taking it personally.I have said clickers are lazy and may not care, yes, but that's not the whole story. Many clickers are just new players who have learned to play this way and don't know better. My point is "Try something different and you'll get much better" and not "You're a noob and should die in hell for that". Whoever knows about keybinding and stick to clicking because they think they're "fine" that way, those are the lazy ones. And that doesn't have to be pejorative either, you can be lazy if you are just playing for fun and not pushing on hard stuff for whatever reason (I'm not being sarcastic here... lack of tone on voice sucks sometimes...).Bottom line, if you are someone who cares about how good you are in WoW and want to be successful doing progression or PvP, keybind. If you don't, that's perfectly ok too, there are many people with different goals and motivations to play this game. Just don't try to be part of a raid group with different goals from yours.
11-22-2011 @ 7:31AM
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