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4-21-2010 @ 12:17AM
@Philip's latest comment1) By the stance you take and the way you talk, I'm going to presume you play a rogue. As I do not play a rogue, and have relatively little experience fighting them in PvP (I've been dabbling the last 2 months or so, other than that last time I PvP'd was about a year ago), please explain to me what it is rogues currently do when they are not either A)Stunning me and trying to do as much damage before I come out of stun or B)Using cooldowns to reset the fight and get back to step A. It seems to me that is how a rogue is played, and when they don't execute those steps skilfully I can easily manage to kill them as they are quite squishy.2) You still hold onto this idea that there are "PvP nerfs." Please quote from your reputable sites the beta patch notes that go from beyond talk about philosophy and general ideas about class direction and into specific empirical evidence that said philosophy and general ideas are a nerf. I suppose I would even accept anecdotal evidence from someone with an Arena title or some similar qualification stating that they are unsatisfied with the changes Blizzard has implemented.3) If you really feel that way about this site, may I point you to that nice inviting address bar at the top of [insert name of browser] and suggest that you quickly return to your havens of open minded discussion before the overseer forcing you to be on Wow.com comes back from his bathroom break.
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