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8-27-2008 @ 2:13PM
I'm assuming the SnD glyph will be a lot like the t4 2 piece bonus, meaning it will be affected by the SnD talents, bringing back a permanent 1S/5r rotation, well worth the glyph spot imo
8-27-2008 @ 2:47PM
However, with the rupture glyph, this will probably go to 2s/5r - or indeed a mix of 2s/5r and 3s/5r - so you're not losing SnD time.still, it seems like it could be a nice combo to have, and if rogues stay the way they are, I can forsee them being pretty much mandatory glyphs. For the 3rd... not sure, based on what's on offer. There are a few interesting ones on the list I saw.
8-27-2008 @ 3:10PM
Ah yes, that is true. But it seems now rupture should never drop now. Personally, I'd probably go with the garrote one for my third
8-27-2008 @ 5:28PM
Yo, I'd don't know where you get that fienting every time the cooldown is up is a good idea, but stop spreading misinformation BECAUSE IT'S ONE OF THE WORST THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR DPS. You should never ever ever have problems with aggro as long as you watch your threat meter and vanish when necessary. If you are pulling hate while utilizing vanish properly then you need to fucking replace your tank cause he either a) sucks or b) is severely undergeared. I.E. T6 warglaive rogue with a t4/t5 kara tank.
8-27-2008 @ 6:10PM
@BesabaAngrily put, but correct. Feint shouldn't be part of the normal rotation on fights without severe threat limitations.That said, on fights like Leo, where your DPS is proportional to how well you manage threat, Feint can be extremely helpful. For such fights, I could see the utility of the Feint glyph.
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