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2-05-2009 @ 5:46PM
The comparison between mana and energy is actually instructive: both mana and energy users have to manage a limited resource. In the case of a rogue, energy simply limits the number of abilities the player can use within a particular timespan. Yes, a rogue regens constantly--but energy places a hard limit on their damage -per second-. Furthermore, a good player has to 'save' energy at certain times in order to be able to interrupt or refresh a dot or debuff at the right time, etc.Just because another class's mechanics work differently doesn't mean they don't have to do anything!
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