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10-27-2008 @ 3:38AM
you was doing about 2k through BT, i get about 3.5k crits and higher on my rogue lol. but dont worry, i wont be nerfed, same with other classes loland as for burst damage. what do rogues have when they first come out of stealth in BG and stun lock etc till players are near enough dead before they even have a chance to fight, and when they do, there pwned lol :Pbut keep crying about pallys cause they have now taken the spotlight from other classes. boohooo again and blizz comes with the nerf bat
10-27-2008 @ 11:57PM
What i find entertaining is that most of the 'ret pallies are OP' QQ seems to come from rogues. They couldn't take getting there butts handed to them after dominating pvp for so long. It seems that blizz wants only two or three classes in this game to dominate. Before these last few patches, the game had turned into World of Roguecraft. Locks had there time to dominate and it was World of Warlockcraft.The bigger problem (if you've been playing since WoW came out) is this is a game that is dying. Terrible customer support, i.e. Blues who don't seem to respond in forums anymore, classes or specs that are broken, i.e. the priest class, etc. The current solution seems to be, homogenize the races and classes. Blizzard seems intent on destroying any individuality in the game.And oh yeah, I know what's coming. Stop QQ'ing, leave the game, we don't need you; the typical 11 year old's fanboy response.
10-28-2008 @ 2:57AM
i totally agree. rogues always topped the bg charts whichever char i play. and now they dont. booohooo, quick nerf someone that can actually beat u loland as for the mana regen cut down. rogues have just had there energy bar buffed so it refreshes quicker so more damage and attacks for them lol
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