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1-03-2008 @ 8:20AM
Why do so many people discriminate against rogues online? I never have a problem joining a group or running an instance. I always sap well and lead in the damage meters. Sure I can't do much else, but why isn't that good enough for everybody else. I've been in plenty of groups where it was a bad healer, bad tank that made us wipe. But never the rogue (Although I ALMOST did once, but not because I was a rogue, but because it was my first run and didn't know what was going on).Rogues need more lovin'.
1-03-2008 @ 8:44AM
The real problem is, there always seems to be five rogues looking to run the same instance. It's nothing against rogues, but you can't bring five of them to the instance, you need tanks, healers, etc. Ranged DPS is easier in most instances to heal, so while one rogue in a group is lovely, more than that can often be a strain on the healers.At least rogues have a good form of reliable CC. They win out over enhancement shammies, fury warriors, ret paladins when it comes down to 'who to bring' in most cases.
1-03-2008 @ 3:37PM
I also think it's odd because as a feral druid I usually get picked over rogues for DPS slots. They don't expect me to tank and the feral aura isn't THAT good, so why do you think I'm picked over rogues?
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