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10-28-2009 @ 11:40AM
Wow. I'm kind of surprised at such a quick summary, actually. I've leveled two rogues and I've found 11-22 to be one of the most painful and frustrating experiences in the game. I actually had to abandon my Horde rogue at lvl 16. There's just _no survivability_ at those levels. If you pull more than one mob, you have to run away. Mind you, once you have tools like Vanish (@22) and Blind things become very enjoyable indeed. I love my rogue now. But it really took the encouragement of my guildies to get past that "wall".
10-28-2009 @ 12:09PM
Yeah, I definitely found this to be the case. I gave up on a level 19 rogue (which I eventually deleted to make space for something else) for just this reason. It was even worse than levelling a priest in that level range, due to the complete lack of survivability.When cataclysm hits I think I will try again as a Goblin, with lots of heirlooms.
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