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7-09-2008 @ 10:55PM
I don't play Rogue, but I still can't help but be excited about the final talents in the Assassination and Sublety trees.Murder Spree looks really cool in a situation (could be PvP, 5vs5 Arena?) with several opponents. You teleport five times to the surrounding opponents and deal some quick damage. That's how I imagine that the talent would be like. Awesome. It can apparently hit one target several times, so it could also be useful in boss fights. The talent before it - Prey on the Weak - looks very good, too, as you will usually have more HP than the boss. I guess Assassination will still be the top raiding-tree after Wrath.The last talent in Subtlety is Shadow Dance. Apparently, this talent puts you into stealth mode when you activate it, and then every three seconds. My guess would be that you are intended to attack and opponent and thereby breaking the stealth, going into stealth again and so on. For instance:1) Sneak behind opponent.2) Use stealth-only attack3) Activate Shadow Dance4) Use stealth-only attack5) 3 seconds later, Shadow Dance automatically starts stealth-mode6) Use stealth-only attack...and so on. Seems like a really interesting talent for PvP. I don't know the Rogue-abilities very well, but I would imagine that most of their stealth-only abilities deals more damage than their normal abilities, so this could be useful in boss-fights, too (though I doubt Subtlety will be popular for raiding).
7-10-2008 @ 2:05AM
seems like more rogue easymode
7-10-2008 @ 4:59AM
Meaning Faerie Fire from druids are going to be finally really useful again. Yay blown Rogue cooldown!
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