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8-06-2008 @ 1:40PM
I didn't read all the pages of the comments yet to be honest but I saw a few people commenting, "If this is the only changes Rogues are getting some of us are a little disappointed." I think that Blizzard, in terms of the beta, are taking baby steps. Just look at the patches, they have taken one or two classes at a time and made quite a few changes to them. So I think that we will see more changes to our class but it may take some time before we see those changes. I for one just started palying my Rogue again (have to get it to 70 before I can honestly see all of your guys' complaints). So I don't want to give you guys the impression that I am fully satisfied with my Rogue at 70 or anything yet. But I will say I agree with the people who say I like being an "egoist class" as well as being the only "pure" class left in the game. I like not having to worry about other things besides myself (my main was a Holy Priest for the last oh...two years+). It is nice to be able to just pay attention to doing dmg and seeing the instances that I have been to on my Priest but haven't seen (stupid wack-a-mole).Anyways I basically just wanted to comment that I will be reserving my judgements until the release of the expansion in terms of how the Rogue class is looking. I am back to playing it and having fun at the moment (I hope I continue having fun when I hit 70 and start raiding Kara with my guild (we are further along but hard to start in tier 6 instances with Outlands'greens). Here is to crossing our fingers that we will get some more goodies before the end of the beta :) .
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