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12-31-2008 @ 12:39PM
Honestly I agree with Jayc, adding one more button into the rotation isnt that complicated. At least mutilate no longer has the "must be in back of mob" requirement. I really enjoy the way mutilate flows now. Instead of wasting combo points on SnD I get to drop them into damage instead. I find myself doing a lot more damage than combat swords. In all honesty HfB keeps me paying attention to the raid or instance when I would normally start to wander off and get bored. When I do get lazy, I notice a significant drop in DPS, which is a constaint reminder to focus on the task at hand.I never liked when i switched from mutilate to combat swords at 70, just to get more damage. I felt that the mutilate spec built stronger and smarter rogues, not the SS, rupture face rolling on the keyboard kind. And I am glad that they brought a little bit of a challange back into assasination. One final question... Who said playing a Rogue should be easy? There are enough "Rouges" running around to give us all a bad name. There is a reason that huntards exist, we dont need them coming over to our class.
3-05-2009 @ 9:07PM
I'll tell you the answer to that question, who says playing a rogue should be easy?A mage spams frostfire bolt. (Fire/frost spec, 2nd best DPS)A warlock spam one button of dots. (Affliction, current best DPS)A balance/feral druid spam 3 buttons in an easy sequence.A warrior also spam 3 buttons in an easy sequence, sure, popping trinkets and Death Wish every now and then like any other class.A hunter spams a few buttons, in yet an easy sequence.What more can I say? Why should I reroll a Rogue and have it much harder playing and enjoying the game?
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