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Sarielle
07.13.2013 , 04:25 PM | #41
Quote: Originally Posted by ShadessaWayland View Post
1 thing they forget i see alot that the dps classes both forget that they have to remove those ads on me
Usually I run to the tank if that happens ... or you can always use your friendly pull (it's Rescue for sages, dunno the name of the sorcerer equivalent) and yank a DPS over to you. That usually gets their attention. It does suck though, and that's absolutely not your fault.
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Jeweledleah
07.13.2013 , 07:14 PM | #42
Quote: Originally Posted by Krewel View Post
I'll eagerly await that video evidence, would especially like to see a clicker dps responsible for interrupting on Dread Guards NiM, or better yet, a clicker healer on that fight. Until then, I stand firmly by my incontrovertible logic that clicking is an inferior playstyle.

Stop providing pointless evidence on some clicker who soloed flashpoints. Retarded flashpoints and NiM are leagues apart.

Oh, and some abilities, like interrupts, are not affected by global cooldowns. Insta press or dragging your cursor towards that ability ... don't even need to further illustrate the difference in reaction time. Try clicking the interrupt on NiM Dread Guards, I'd hate to be the guy relying on you ...
http://swtor.junkiesnation.com/2013/...ing-heals-ftw/
https://www.youtube.com/user/louievillalobos1/videos

since you insist - was doing random search for something else actually, when I found this guy. and if I can hit interrupts one enemy targets WHILE being a healer and click healing? yes, it can be done

anyways.

I've been attempting to learn to touch type for upwards of 20 years. it ain't happening. clicking is not some awful anathema. you keep telling yourself that it is, but the truth is? what wins the day is situational awareness and quick thinking and knowing how to emphasize your strengths while working around weaknesses and knowing how to be a good team player and being comfortable with your setup.

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Krewel
07.13.2013 , 07:32 PM | #43
Quote: Originally Posted by Jeweledleah View Post
http://swtor.junkiesnation.com/2013/...ing-heals-ftw/
https://www.youtube.com/user/louievillalobos1/videos

since you insist - was doing random search for something else actually, when I found this guy. and if I can hit interrupts one enemy targets WHILE being a healer and click healing? yes, it can be done

anyways.

I've been attempting to learn to touch type for upwards of 20 years. it ain't happening. clicking is not some awful anathema. you keep telling yourself that it is, but the truth is? what wins the day is situational awareness and quick thinking and knowing how to emphasize your strengths while working around weaknesses and knowing how to be a good team player and being comfortable with your setup.
That is someone who's done EC NiM Kephess on June 10 2013 ... yeah, real skills, only about half a year late. A true testament to clickers. There are videos of him clearing S&V HM 16m which is by far easier than 8m, and in fact S&V Hm is a complete faceroll in general. Clearing S&V HM basically means you're educated enough to read the tooltips for your class. He's only managed to defeat Withering Horror in TFB NiM which is the easiest boss in that Ops and simply pales to Dread Guards. What a surprise, there is no video of him clearing Dread Guards NiM.

This is the only evidence you can scrape up? An exception doesn't make your case stand because, after all, we're not talking about a guy who's done world firsts or cleared content in a timely manner, and clearing 16m S&V HM is hardly evidence of a clicker being on a par with someone who's pressing abilities.

Now please show me someone clicking that interrupt on dread guards NiM without killing the person being choked. Furthermore, I'd really like to see videos of clickers winning ranked pvp matches and earning 2k+ rating. Oh, and I can guarantee you that world firsts in EC NiM, TFB NiM, and S&V NiM did not involve clickers ... I wonder why.

Seen this so many times, instead of clickers actually adapting and learning to play better, they literally form some sort of a cult around themselves, go through hell and back just to convince everyone they're awesome for clicking. All this trouble just to play like a noob. Reminds me of that thread in the General section where some random casual dribbler (who thinks that CM is a playstyle) is writing a whole dissertation on how everyone should get nightmare mode mounts with no effort.
The prodigal son has returned ... some people are stuck with SWTOR, for better or worse.

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Sarielle
07.13.2013 , 07:35 PM | #44
While I'm on the same side as you in the click vs. keybind debate, there's no reason to get personal. >.>;
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Krewel
07.13.2013 , 07:52 PM | #45
http://swtor.junkiesnation.com/2013/...ing-heals-ftw/

LOL this is more like reading someone who's going through some traumatic or painful experience and is writing a diary on his state of well-being. I can just feel the suffering he goes through when reading those lines. He had to make his UI "special" to fit his clicking playstyle and it seems like he had to go through some mental training to compensate for his inferior playstyle (which even he intuits is inferior by default). It's like he created this "Yoga" training mode just to compensate for playing in a way which obviously hinders you by default. So much energy wasted on something so simple ...

So, there you go, do you really believe a lot of people will go through this "mental training" just to be "good" clickers? What is the point? The fact that this guy is a drop in the water tells me everything I need to know about which playstyle is more natural and superior, not to mention more intuitive.

"Then I helped heal Nightmare EC 16-man all the way through. Good lord is that some serious clicking. That one almost made me try harder to bind things. Almost." - Nevermind the fact that he did this content at level 55 and about 9 months after its release ... you see, this is the inherent problem right here. Not just the fact that, as a usual clicker cultist, he refuses to adapt and learn to improve, but this is a direct confession that his playstyle hindered him. When a real raider whines/complains/provides feedback about the difficulty of a certain fight, they do not start at the level of their playstyle, it's completely irrelevant, it's like complaining the fight is difficult because my cat is in the way. The raid encounters should be difficult because of the inherent mechanics, because the fight itself is difficult, not because of the playstyle.
The prodigal son has returned ... some people are stuck with SWTOR, for better or worse.

Kognition - 55 Scoundrel

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Jeweledleah
07.13.2013 , 08:10 PM | #46
heh. I expected that reply. I';m pretty sure, it doesn't matter whom I find, you'll just find a way to reject it as inconsequential or exception, or whatever. I've met your kind plenty of times before.

and you know what? you can believe what you will. lucky for me, I don't have to play with you. OP - keep playing the way that works best for you.

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Krewel
07.14.2013 , 02:54 AM | #47
Yeah, keep playing the way you want, meaning 6+ months behind the current content. I'm sure all the clickers of the world will come out of the closet in a year's time when they'll be level 60 or 65 "owning" TFB NiM. You're probably the most adamant defender of the clicker cult, and in the end it all comes down to "playing the way anyone wants", ignoring the crux of the argument here - clicking is an inferior playstyle which needlessly hinders your performance. There's a reason why top guilds in WoW usually ask players if they're clickers or keyboard turners (even here), especially during an application or trial runs, and it has nothing to do with being ignorant of a different playstyle; in fact, it's quite the opposite.

Actually, I'm the one who's lucky I don't have to have a clicker as a raid partner. As I said, I'd hate to be the guy relying on a clicker to interrupt the choke at Dread Guards NiM.
The prodigal son has returned ... some people are stuck with SWTOR, for better or worse.

Kognition - 55 Scoundrel

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Kingsbount
07.14.2013 , 05:25 AM | #48
Quote: Originally Posted by Krewel View Post
Yeah, keep playing the way you want, meaning 6+ months behind the current content. I'm sure all the clickers of the world will come out of the closet in a year's time when they'll be level 60 or 65 "owning" TFB NiM. You're probably the most adamant defender of the clicker cult, and in the end it all comes down to "playing the way anyone wants", ignoring the crux of the argument here - clicking is an inferior playstyle which needlessly hinders your performance. There's a reason why top guilds in WoW usually ask players if they're clickers or keyboard turners (even here), especially during an application or trial runs, and it has nothing to do with being ignorant of a different playstyle; in fact, it's quite the opposite.

Actually, I'm the one who's lucky I don't have to have a clicker as a raid partner. As I said, I'd hate to be the guy relying on a clicker to interrupt the choke at Dread Guards NiM.
Whoa, dude. Chill out. You start to sound like a little baby-boy.
I agree, keyboard is more efficient in this game.
But you need keep yourself calm and dont be moron)

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xBenouze
07.14.2013 , 09:01 AM | #49
Krewel you’re boring! Oh and childish, everyone play the way they want.
Oh and for your info neither keybinding or clicking is the best, best is mixing both! I just don t see the interest to have 20+ keys, I tried both and I’m much faster and efficient by mixing both.
But hey you’re right, stay in your little “I use keybinds, so I’m the only one playing right “world.

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Jeweledleah
07.14.2013 , 01:33 PM | #50
best part is - he might be playing with fantastic clickers and not even know it :P I've gotten invites into some very nice guilds in WoW, based on my performance in a pug and they had no idea. because they didn't judge a book by its superficial cover.

and now I have to stop using the word clicker because its freaking me out - thank you so much "The last of us" >_>