Mar 29th 2012 9:41AM I tend to not use Blade Flurry, except when there is more than 1 mob I am attacking, such as with the Bloods or Terrors on Madness. I realize I get a 20% speed increase, but it seems as though it uses more energy. I'm putting up between 45-52k DPS without using it all of the time. Should I just leave it on, and will that provide a DPS increase?
Mar 29th 2012 8:21AM Chase, you mentioned using Tricks of the Trade on a DPS player. I've always used Tricks on a tank. Is this wrong, and if so, why? I always thought you wanted to reduce your threat, while putting it off on the tank. On occasion, I've had hunters ask me to Tricks them, and wasn't sure why.
Mar 13th 2012 12:55PM I completely agree. The users are sharing their work with us for a reason. Why should we have to spend hours trying to duplicate it, and or improve it? It would be a great service to the readers to make this available to us.
Feb 28th 2012 3:06PM The 64 bit client for Windows and Mac are live. See the sticky at http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/3988300405
Feb 2nd 2012 1:36PM In ElvUI, just open the options, General tab, and deselect the checkbox for Bags. It disables the all-in-one bag.
Aug 30th 2011 12:01PM Try Multishot (Screenshot) over at Curse.com
Jul 12th 2011 1:25PM Very nice layout!
I've been using a very similar layout for 2 years. I've have the Belkin n52TE and use Bartender 4 to create 3 grids of buttons (layed out in a 4x3 pattern). I map my CTRL and ALT key to 2 of the thumb buttons on my Logitech mouse, allowing me to have up to 36 buttons, all by pressing a combination of 1 button on each device. I lay out my button grid in a familiar telephone style pattern (3x3), where the numbers 1-9 are in the same place as on a phone, and map the other buttons to the minus, equals, and thumb button being the Zero. This also leaves the 3 buttons along the left side for other functions, such as, push to talk for Vent, Tab targeting, any my favorite - The "Target Focus Target" macro, so that I'm targeting the tanks target. It makes life very easy.
As for movement, I use a combination of the thumb D-Pad on the n52te when I am in combat, and my mouse when I'm traveling around the world. For the most part, I never touch the keyboard except to type.
Dec 8th 2010 2:53AM /roll on that puppy
Dec 6th 2010 9:25AM I want one!