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Streamer Professor Flips tanked and killed Mythic N'Zoth with one hand using a hand cam. He used some pretty impressive macros to achieve that. Congratulations on the kill!

Professor Flips Twitch Bio


I have a relatively rare muscular disorder called "Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita". The disorder itself presents in a ton of different ways and generally surgeries are required to get things as functional as possible. You'll see for me it's an upper body disorder that restricts shoulder, arm, hand, and finger movement.

I decided that a handcam would be a great addition to the stream for a few reasons.

  1. It adds a huge layer of opportunity to show that theres no reason to not get into the things you love! i'm not a world first player, but i like to think i do alright.
  2. It adds a lot of information for why i'm moving around so much for viewers.
  3. It's an opportunity to get conversation going. there's nothing good that comes from hiding yourself, live it up!

If you ever have any questions that i don't answer here feel free to ask i'm happy to speak to it as much as i can!


The clip was shared by his guild mate Bojefsk on r/wow, who said this was their main tank who uses a laptop with a trackpad and crazy keybinds for tanking!

You can find his keybinds in the following spreadsheet shared by Reddit user Derzelaz and the kill video below. He even got the Ny'alotha AllseerNy'alotha Allseer mount!


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