Wish I knew how hard war could hit.
I use the F1 to F8 keys for my long CDs
Got 1-5 then Shift 1-5
r,f,t,g,b,v then shift r,f,t,g,v
then you got ctrl key too.. Set them to whatever you like. I put R and T as stuns and interrupts on all my chars. 3 and Gs are heals. Whatever you feel comfortable with, you'll adapt to them.
A standard opener for BGs (im Assassin btw) would be garrot > SnD > cheap shot > Mut > Rupture > Gouge. Wait for some energy to come back. Marked for death > Kidney shot > shadow blades + vendetta + trinket (macro for 1 key) > pew pew pew. If they trinket kidney shot, even better, you get to use blind on them now and restealth. Gouge as soon as kidney shot is about to wear off then disarm if they are melee.
Good way to learn pvp is by doing. World pvp and dog fights are great. There are no rules.
1. What are some things you wish you had known starting out pvping.
2. Where do you keybind your abilities (I am trying to adopt ESDF)?
3. What is the most effective opener for you?
4. What do you suggest as a good way to learn pvp?
5. Have any other usefull tips/tricks?
Thanks in advance guys.
But being a Rogue is not just about bursting down and killing someone. you need to control them and set them up for your team mates too. In AV rogues are excellent at defending and recapping bunkers and GYs, or disarming tanks when they're on Van. Use your stealth to your advantage, dont run with the rest of the bots, remember, you're special forces, not a digger. in WSG BoS is great for flag running, 9/10 times I can get the flag back to our base without any horde getting me.
You'll pick things up as you play more and start to learn new tricks. Watch other rogues, learn where you went wrong, try something else next time. You should hardly ever die as a rogue, if the fight is too tough, vanish and get out of there. come back and try something else.