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11-10-2008 @ 11:28AM
I would be one to argue that Maiev could be better considered a Rogue-type than a Warrior, being that her original class in WC3, Warden, favored knives (and the throwing thereof), stealthy combat, and 'Shadowstepping'. But, I'm a lifelong Rogue player (tried Warrior several times, just couldn't get into it as much--I love button mashing), so I may be biased. Chance we'll get one of these columns on Rogue someday? I enjoyed this one.
11-10-2008 @ 11:55AM
Yeah but she doesn't look anything like a rogue does she? A lot of these lore figures could really go either way. I mention her not so much to make a clear and undeniable claim that Maiev was a warrior and not a ret monkey or something, but rather as a kind of inspiration for players who want their warrior characters (especially female ones) to have someone to look up to and emulate. Maiev is great in that way.And sure, I'll do Rogues at some point. From behind. That's to say, I'll write that article while behind them, without them noticing me. Also, you might have to do a special search for the Rogue article using the special keyword: "Splwheckh" (which is the sound you get when a rogue uses Hemorrhage). But yes, I'll definitely maybe write it -- when you least expect it!
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