• Multiple loadouts
  • Bunny-hopping
  • Evasive maneuvers (rolling/ vaulting)




You need a mouse with an extra button on a side. Example mice would be those that have buttons on their right hand side. This will allow for faster switching of loads. This also means increase in possible reactions (e.g. vault THEN hop).



  • Multiple unit settings
  • Multiple unit relay
  • Units are in disarray sometimes
  • Some characters need more control than others




You need a mouse with a keypad on the side of the mouse. This keypad will allow you to choose units depending on the situation in question. With time in the balance, the faster you get to control your units, the better you are as a commander of your army



  • Many abilities
  • Multiple situations
  • Many items In question




You also need a keypad at the side of the mouse. Remember to change the keymap into using the keypad instead of the keyboard numbers. This will allow the keypad to be used for multiple scenarios. Different skills need to be used for different scenarios, so of course, different dangers require different reactions.



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This is totally out of the question. The best answer to this? Use a joystick. This saves lots of time, and it will of course make things better for everyone.


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