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3-25-2009 @ 1:21PM
"I am hoping that Cloak of Shadows will be modified to be 100% spell immunity"You HAVE to be kidding me ._.No class at ALL should be able to nullify other classes for such a duration *cough*priests*cough*.Rogues are about cooldowns. Period.
3-25-2009 @ 1:31PM
Such a duration? Like it's sooo long...It's only 5 secs! If you can't survive for 5 secs you don't deserve to survive.And yes, we are all about cds, cloak has a minute cd, leaving you at least 55 secs out of every minute to wail on us.
3-25-2009 @ 1:36PM
3-25-2009 @ 1:38PM
Like stated above. If you are getting wailed on for 55 seconds.L2 cheapshot/gouge/kidneyshot/kick/blind/dismantle/evasion
3-25-2009 @ 2:16PM
I was being hypothetical. What I meant was we can be attacked magically for 55 secs out of every minute (assuming you use cloak as soon as the cd is up, which isn't always ideal), not that we WILL be.L2 not be a prick
3-25-2009 @ 2:41PM
Agreed, rogue defenses should be upped. Even hunters now have 5 sec psuedo-bubble in deterrance. Give the rogues some love!
3-25-2009 @ 5:31PM
@ Jake"You HAVE to be kidding me ._.No class at ALL should be able to nullify other classes for such a duration *cough*priests*cough*."and how does that differ from a Pally or Priest bubble, or a Mage Ice Block?I disagree, COS doesn't ALWAYS work as advertised and should be fixed. Blind and run isn't always the solution either as you get dazed when running away with your back turned, and I know how to strafe but that's not always an option. The article is merely stating facts that Rogues have more of our abilities affected by RNG than most others and by fixing some we can be more useful to our Raids or PVP teams.
3-25-2009 @ 8:27PM
So you guys would prefer that CoS reduce magic damage by 50%, 100% of the time then yeah? Good, it's settled.
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