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90 Night Elf Rogue
Is it me, or is there way to much unique skills for the Rogue? Right now, I have around 28ish skill to keybind! Isn't that a bit much? Any tips/advices? I just-reactivated my account, and haven't played this game in a long time, so perhaps I'm missing something? I just don't remember having so much keybind, this is nuts.
This is good along with shift/ctrl/alt modifying macros.
Things such as
/cast [mod:shift] Dispatch; Mutilate
Can do wonders to reduce the clutter.
Using only the readily accessible keys and shift and alt mods I have 39 easily accessible keybinds. Plus two extra buttons on my mouse for those "OH !@#$!" moments.
I could add control mods in there too but they feel funky on my particular keyboard.
Here's a list of potential keybinds (most of which I use) to help anyone:
you reach all the way out to y and 6, and up to the f# keys?
Edited by Kiljagen on 9/23/2012 1:55 PM PDT
Bump tne Nostromo. Use this with a standard 5button mouse, with modifiers bound on the Nostromo, and control 5 actionbars worth of keybinds with no issues. As for every expansion having more abilities.. I'm looking at up to 10 holes on my actionbars where abilities were consolidated or taken away from my various characters. Every expansion adds a new tier of abilities.. but this one shrank the number of lower level abilities..
90 Human Rogue
I use a WoW gaming mouse that has quite a few extra buttons. Naga is even better, but I got this free when I went to cata release @ Best Buy.
Other idea that I like is to move your movement keys somewhere closer to the middle of your keyboard so that you can make use of more keys. I use F, T, H as my movement keys. This opens up more keys on each side that are now easily utilized. However, this may make it so that you don't use shift/ctrl/alt modifiers - which would be your other option. Using a bunch of shift/ctrl/alt modifiers is what most people eventually get used to. You could just move your movement keys to S, E, F and gain a row of keys on the left while still being able to easily use modifiers if that's what you wanted to do.
No stance, nomod. B3 is Middle Mouse button, my Frag Belt. B4 is Mouse Button 4 (thumb, lower). B5 is Mouse Button 5 (thumb, upper). CWU/D is ctrl+mousewheel up/down. SWU/D is the same, using Shift instead of Ctrl. During Combat, Stealth becomes Shadowmeld.
No stance, mod:shift. Shift+B4 was Deadly Throw when I was trying it out.
Stealth, nomod. B3 is Distract. With Phanxbuffs, I moved Buffs to the lower left, on top of my bars. Debuffs start on the lower right, starting above Blind and appear a little larger. LoseControl also helps.
Here's my mouse. Got it free from work.
I used focus macros in Arena but now I'm just messing around in BGs until Mists. Works for me and more importantly, I'm used to it. It's clean and organized so I can look at what I need to see at a glance.
Edited by Troelsen on 9/23/2012 6:48 PM PDT
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