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10-08-2008 @ 6:23AM
Tushar:This would not separate a mob from a pack. By being near the pack, the rogue generates a minuscule amount of aggro on the entire pack. As a longtime rogue, I can readily say that this aggro will INSTANTLY transfer to the party when the rogue vanishes. This can quite often lead to a wipe, or at the least an intense fight. It's one of the main reasons why most rogues have Pick Pocket macro'd to be simultaneously cast with their stealthed openers, like Cheap Shot or Ambush: running around stealthed to pick pockets is exceptionally dangerous, because a resisted attempt leads to a loss of stealth, aggro from the mob and any others in range, and either a dead rogue and desperate party, or a Vanished rogue and a desperate party.
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