Warcraft is a beast. You must seriously consider if you’re ready to take it on as if you were committing to banned substances. Levels, achievements, heavy multiplayer, many different builds to tinker with, a full economy, gear with no end, and just tons of things to collect for vanity, you really have no hope of having any other entertainment if you start playing WoW.
Yes, this game is extremely fun. If you like anything in gaming you will find something to like in this game, and no one can argue with the strength of the multiplayer, which is essentially 1/4 of the game unless you just love running dungeons and raids.
Anyway, as far as this guide, probably the reason why it has taken so long to get out is not because it’s taken this long to make it, it’s just that I don’t know where it ends, much in the same way the game does not end. So I just choose now as the finishing point for my first version. There is a ton more to come, and I’m sure more than enough tips and flames (mostly from noob horde).
PS – now I can kinda get back into my RE5 guide.
Really not much to put here. Your standard WASD controls, and then under Key Bindings in your options (press ESC) you can move all the tabs and pans to certain keys.
I will also mention that it is worth thinking about buying a special keyboard with a game pad, not a controller but just some board with stacked numbers. I say this because you have about 20 abilities, and on a standard keyboard you’ll only have reasonable use for six of the number keys. Of course you probably only need to keystroke six, but it’s something to think about. Personally I prefer using mouse clicks for abilities, but to each their own.