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3-25-2009 @ 1:28PM
Great article! This is really one of your best. It's true our defensive abilities are not very reliable at all. Both evasion and cloak need a significant buff. It's bullshit when you pop cloak to free yourself from an ice nova only to be put right back in one because RNG decided to screw you. I think 100% immunity to spells for 5 secs is not too much to ask. on a one minute cooldown that means casters have 55 secs out of every minute to finish us off. That should be ample time. When DKs pop antimagic shell a warlocks simply cannot dot them, I have been dotted plenty of times while cloak was active.I like the cloak glyph, but overall I just hate glyphs. You only get 3 glyphs (3 good ones anyways) and some of them are things that I feel rogue spells need at the baseline. I think blizzard is using glyphs to add functionality to spells that they should have had all along. Sprint @ lvl 80 should've just been 100% speed increase, and cloak could have had a talent in sub or assas that gives it the 40% physical damage mitigation. Instead we have to use glyphs to gain the survivability we deserve to have w/o them.The ultimate slap in the face would be a glyph of clos that gives +10% spell immunity making it 100% XP
3-25-2009 @ 3:13PM
I loved this article too!I echoes everything i have been saying to myself for the last 6 months.The Rogue has been gimped because other classes are now SUPER POWERS. People that get demolished by Rogues are Rogues too. We know what is fair and what isnt. Theres way too many bad players out there that are under the impression that being a Rogue is easy.Play in the arena as Rogue in WOTLK and tell me Rogues run over people. We has to be so god damn sharp its sick.I dont think Id play this game if i wasnt a Rogue. He is my first, my main, my last. Cheers to all my rogue brothers!
3-25-2009 @ 5:06PM
I'm the same way Jerzz80. I sure as hell wouldn't play if I wasn't a rogue. 1st character I created and only max level character I have. Rogues rule!
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