Re: Dual Boxing Focus Target
- From: Zil <zen13097@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 21 Jul 2009 07:19:11 GMT
Brent Stroh <bmstroh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Getting various spells and abilities sorted into logical pairs is likely to
be the most interesting part of this.
That's one way to do it, but frankly it's much, much easier to have a
single "dps" key, with an approrpiate /castsequence on each toon.
For example, on your shaman, I'd have:
/castsequnce Lightning Bolt, Earth Shock, Lightning Bolt, Lightning Bolt
at least initially until more spells come along. As you get the talents that
reduce LB casting time and more spells you can adjust the sequence appropriately.
(For the warrior I can't suggest anything, since I've not played my warrior
properly for a couple of years now).
So I have my big "dps" button, then class specific stuff on keys that are
only mapped on some toons, so that I can still cast situation-specific
spells on certain toon only.
e.g. my pally's Consecration is on '1', and on the shamans '1' is mapped to
nothing. my shamans' Chain Lightning is on a key that is mapped to nothing
on the paladin.
Maybe I'm naive, but I think I'll probably be largely under the radar since
I'll only have two characters, of different classes. That doesn't scream
"Multi-box!!!" as much as some of the groups I've seen. :)
Yes, I imagine just 2 toons will go unnoticed.
To be honest, sometimes the attention can be fun. But Sometimes, when it's just
ignorant people who presume I have no life and no friends and can't wait to
tell me, it can be a pain.
Zil, Level 80 NE Priest, Aman Shan're, Stormrage Europe
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