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1-31-2008 @ 10:56AM
As other said earlier, I found this to be less of a guide that I was hoping it would be (where to level, which quests give great rogue gear, etc) and more of an advanced list of abilities as well as a build recommendation. There is a lot of merit to what was written, explanation of stunlocking and detailed descriptions of the purposes of our abilities is great and well done. I do want to point out that you don't have to be a combat rogue to level quickly. With the recent XP/Quest changes, I've been amazed at how quickly I've progressed with little play time. I was a bit intimidated at first picking out my talents, but Imp. SS and Malice are great abilities to start with. Then I started cranking points into Master of Deception and from that point on, I put points where they best suited my play style. I've found I tend to like to play as a rogue and not a fury warrior, sneaking through quests is a blast! Also, there is no real need to choose between swords and daggers, just use macros. I have a stealth macro that equips me with daggers, then I use an ambush macro that pickpockets, attacks with ambush, and then equips a sword in my main hand. Best of both words and it's automatic.Bottom line, have fun and find a play style that suites you.
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