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6-09-2009 @ 6:01PM
A lot of specs that are lacking are lacking all around and aren't really good for anything in Wrath. Subtlety is fine as long as you like having one really good attack every 2 mins and enjoy spending the rest of the time struggling to position behind your target to do an attack that costs 45 energy for about 3k damage -.-Imo shs should be a much shorter cd than 30 secs. A fucking hunter's disengage is on a shorter cd than our shs...wtf is up with that? Make shs the same cd as disengage if not a little shorter. And seriously folks...buff Backstab's damage. A mut rogue can easily do a 5k mutilate AND he doesn't have to even think about positioning. Against a clever opponent who keeps his back away from a sub rogue, our only real attack, Backstab, becomes virtually useless. Backstab needs to be rethought in general. I liked the idea of a "sneak attack" that can be used regardless of your position relative to you opponent, but does more damage when used from behind. So Backstab would become:Sneak Attack: You perform a sneak attack causing 150% weapon damage plus 465 to the target, damage is increased by an additional 50% weapon damage plus 60 when striking from behind.That way you don't have to resort to sinister striking on an opponent who's only goal in life seems to be the show you his front side at all times. Attacks only working when you're behind a target is an archaic mechanic that should be done away with. It's fine for stealth abilities, the target can't see you for heavens sake! But when applied to an ability that you must use in plain sight it becomes unwieldy and frustrating.
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