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6-02-2010 @ 12:48PM
Here's my real issue with this:A hunter's Deterrence has the same latency issue as Vanish. Plenty of times I have hit Deterrence reactively and STILL died because that Pally Hammer or mage barrage was already in the air. (Feign Death is like Vanish also -- it can come down to the whim of the latency gods whether you can FD out of a cast.)So if Blizz are going to fix & improve CloS AND Vanish are we hunters going to be left with the same so-called 'broken' mechanics?It's almost as annoying as that one time when rogues got a copy of our signature move, except theirs was SO MUCH BETTER that Blizz just replaced our Misdirection with a watered-down Tricks of the Trade...
6-02-2010 @ 1:18PM
Once again, the purpose of vanish is not to avoid damage, but it is for the purpose of re entering stealth for the availability of several rogue abilities they otherwise do not have access to. Think of it this way. A warrior is in battle stance, but now wants to use intercept or something (fyi I have a poor understanding of warriors so I have no idea if this is done or not). The warrior activates zerker stance but immediatly gets knocked back into battle stance and is stuck there for 3 minutes or untill he leaves combat. Kind of annoying I would thinkJust an example and is by no means a complete comparison.Stealth is a rogues bread and butter. They are a lackluster class without it and its steath attacks.
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