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10-14-2009 @ 8:55PM
Long time reader, first time poster.My questions rogue-related, but a bit off topic.I've a lvl 80 rogue, who's just switched from Mut Daggers to Combat (thanks largely to Hunger for Blood being a pain for me to refresh every min!). I had two nice (superior) level daggers, but I took "Hack and Slash" in the combat tree to dual wield swords or axes. I bought the Fang of Truth as an offhand sword, but am seeking an easy to obtain level 80 sword or axe for my main hand (ie: slow speed, high maximum damage). Is there anything that can be easily obtained till I get a dungeon drop? Or am I stuck with my lvl 74 Savage Cobalt Slicer? For something more on-topic. I levelled all the way to 76 using Subtlety. It's the most fun rogue spec in my opinion -- though clearly when soloing it has issues with sustained DPS.Thanks in advance -Lens
10-15-2009 @ 7:59AM
Options that spring to mind are:Reaper of Dark Souls which is obtainable at Knights of the Ebon Blade ReveredStalactite Chopper which is obtainable at Sons of Hodir ReveredFor planning gear upgrades I always use www.shadowpanther.net. A very complete database with rogue gear ordered by "Agility Equivalence Points". This shows you what gear is better at a glance. Don't let this be the only thing you base your choices on, things like hit and expertise caps are obviously very important, but it's a nice reference and it contains (virtually) all options.
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