View Full Version : I broke my collar bone...
Fortunately, Guild Wars only *requires* a mouse to play, although CS and HL2 will have to wait about 4 weeks. =(
Any tips on using only the mouse? I almost solely used the keyboard except to attack last time...
Wow that's rough. Never broken a bone personally, good luck and get well soon.
Oddly enough I haven't broken any bones either. I've sprained some things pretty bad, but never broken anything. If you don't mind me asking, what happened? Sporting accident, car wreck, .. ?
That makes 3 of us who have never broken a bone. I, like Tarrant, have sprained stuff really bad and I have a few nagging injuries that wont go away, but other than that, Im not too bad off :P
Ouch* I really hope you get better.
I guess just remember to right click to move around.... click for enemies... and click for spells.
At first I played Diablo 2 style, where I clicked somewhere to move my character, then on Sunday I started holding down right and left mouse buttons to move around, and of course clicking enemies and spells to use them.
I also drastically inceased my one-handed typing skills in both speed and to some extent in accuracy.
I actually broke my arm while learning a roll move in TaeKwonDo, which I obviously did wrong, lol. I landed right on my shoulder I think.
Hey man i played hockey a week after breaking my collar bone....and im a wimp. You can do it if you want to.i know i hurts but gaming feels so much better you'll forget all about it...I played hockey for crying out loud!!!!:)
Yeah, I'm about to go play Metroid Prime 2 (I finally got control of the TV my brother's GCN is on, lol) and I'm expecting to be able to use the keyboard by Friday - that's one week after it happened, lol - painlessly. The thing I base it on is this: pain is the body's natural way of saying something's wrong, so if it hurts, it's bad, if it doesn't, then it's fine.
Unfortunately, that doesn't work with pleasure, lol. (think obesity, STDs, a sore back from playing HL2 over 8 1/2 hours from the time it was unlocked then two more similar segments, etc.)
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