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6-23-2009 @ 8:23AM
I can relate I think. I have a Rogue who I HATE to play but love to be in the shoes of and roleplay as. I'm currently hovering my finger over the 'delete character' button because I need to make space to migrate an 80 onto the main server I play on but I simply can't bring myself to do it.I never play himI hate being a rogueI long ago left the guild he was in for not playing enoughBut I just Can't. Let. Him. Go.Maybe - a serious suggestion - you need a personality transplant. If you like the personality of A but the playstyle of B is there really any reason why you can't simply start playing B with the personality of A? It doesn't have to be the whole thing, just identify the parts of his personality makeup that attract you and carry them over. Just because your character had this personality levels 1 to 63 doesn't mean he has to keep them 64-80. Who's going to know that it's changed? And if people do know just explain why you've done it, they'll surely understand.
6-23-2009 @ 9:57AM
I love my rogue. There is nothing more gratifying than sneaking past and around horde in a battleground, lurking in Undercity, and ganking one when they think they are alone and safe. I also like using knives. Stealth and daggers rock.I tried a mage, DK, and druid as well...but only for a few levels.
6-26-2009 @ 12:04AM
@ReyesOfHopeI feel the same way. I love my rogue and can't play any other character because of it. I've played since vanilla, raided 40 mans, PvP, etc. My rogue is still my only max level character. My highest alt is level 35 and has been since before BC. I have a ridiculous /played on my rogue, but I still can't imagine playing anything else.It would take a lot to make me not enjoy the rogue class. I'll always be able to stealth around and stab things, no matter what changes are made. Long live the rogue!
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