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10-14-2009 @ 5:39PM
A few tips from a vet rogue..- Spend your combo points carefully. Sometimes it will seem annoying to wait until you have 4 or 5 combo points before Eviscerating (Your first bread and butter finisher) but the damage will be worth it.- Use your abilities. Just about everything is there to help you dps. If you play a dps class that can heal, you might dps until your almost dead and then heal yourself. But like Chase said, you can't do that. You have to kill the enemy before it kills you. (Stunning with any of your various stuns, and using Slice and Dice. When you get these of course)-Stealth. Stealth. Stealth. Learn to watch when your in and out of combat so you can stealth away. (At least until you get Vanish) One of the absolute joys about Rogues is that you can sneak past all kinds of stuff. Lets say you were on a quest to kill 10 mobs and one big boss mob. Well you killed all ten mobs but accidentally got to close to the big boss mob and died early. Now all those other mobs have respawned! Ouch. Well... if you can, just stealth past all of them to boss. And remember to sneak past when they are facing the opposite direction, they have more of a chance to see you if they are facing you.- When you get your poisons at level 20, use them! They will help you do a good bit more damage. And they are very versatile. (Back in the old days you had to MAKE your OWN poisons! Now you can just buy them)
10-15-2009 @ 12:00AM
be a night elf, when you're soloing you can shadowmeld and then go into stealth, its like an early vanish, it also really helps in bgs if you decide to pvp on the way up/
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