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Discussion in 'WildStar General' started by Arx, Jun 1, 2014.

  1. Arx

    Arx New Cupcake

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    I'm not coordinated enough to double tap WASD constantly to dodge out of telegraphs while fighting in PvE. I have a gaming mouse with four buttons to be mashed by the thumb. If I program these to dodge in the four main directions, will this be enough to keep me safe in PvE? Or will I still have to use WASD for fine-tuning movement to get out of more advanced telegraphs?

    Thanks!
  2. Livnthedream

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    That would work, but what keys are you binding for using your abilities? Especially things like reactive procs.
  3. Arx

    Arx New Cupcake

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    I'd use the keyboard for hotbar buttons.
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    There is where mice like the "Razer Naga" wins.
  5. RavenWind

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    You can also define Key Combos for Dodge instead of double tapping. For example ALT+D to dodge Right. You could then use the ALT key (or whatever key) on your free hand coupled with the mouse binding you already have.
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    First, disable double tap to dash.
    Secondly, you only need one dash keybind. Look for Directional Dash and bind that one. Whichever way you're moving, it dashes you that direction. I have it bound to mouse scroll wheel tilt right (which emulates [ on my mouse, which in turn is what I keybound to Directional Dash in game) , so a quick movement of my finger about a quarter of an inch does the trick.
    w + tilt right = dash forward, a + tilt right = dash left, etc
    Then you can use the other three buttons on your mouse to keybind various other things.

    And for Muska, I hate the Naga. I use a Logitech g700.
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