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6-22-2009 @ 3:45AM
I see we like quoting...I can quote too..."but our 10-20 second burst was buffed in a crazy way"That does not compute...do you even know what burst is? I wouldn't call a few extra Mutilates over the course of 20 secs crazy...I'd call that healable. Also, how does this line up with..."We've got to get back to our intended design of quick kills and escapes."How does 20 secs = quickly killing someone? That is a virtual eternity in PvP. The Overkill change was a direct nerf to Rogue PvP, why do you think it happened in the first place? Simply becuase we have more energy at the end of the day doesn't mean it was a buff.I'll admit there are some Combat Rogues in PvP...as well as some Sub Rogues...but both are very niche markets and are far from what I'd consider a true PvP specs...I mean...run out and spam FoKs? Wtf is that? the count still stands at 3/6 imo...In closing...yes I do want to be able to 1 v 2 people. I have excellent gear that I have worked my ass off for, and when they run up to me with the Saronite PvP set I should be able to easily overpower them. Instead I spend BGs constantly looking over my shoulder hoping no one comes to assit my victim becuase if so I am completely and utterly screwed 98% of the time.Of course every Rogue wants to "Strike hard and fade away", but the reality is you can only vanish once every 2 mins...
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