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6-09-2010 @ 9:50PM
Wait. Did they turn Combat into the PvP tree?Cause it sure looks like they turned combat into the PvP tree.
6-09-2010 @ 10:37PM
And where'd Hack and Slash go? I mean, aside from Fury Swipes for the ferals. Didn't they say it was sticking around but going weapon agnostic?
6-09-2010 @ 11:14PM
Yeah. It looks like Combat kinda got gutted. Which I expected, since most of it's talents were passive.But everything they replaced them bit seems to depend on you being hit by what you're fighting in order to benefit.I'm sure it'll be fine but the Rogue changes do worry me, since the shift in paradigm away from passive benefits especially affects them, since so many of their talents were passive.
6-10-2010 @ 12:14AM
that leaves sub as the what tree then? I mean, maybe I'm not up to speed here, but there don't seem to be any ground breaking talents in subtly, and if they don't want to fix the damage coefficients for the tree now to make it viable I don't see that making it viable in cata. Hell, they even appear to have doubled the internal cool down on HAT. Damnit, just put shadow step in another tree so I can spec out of sub.
6-10-2010 @ 1:17AM
Subt is looking...interestingIt appears, from the talents and the masteries that you're going to be keeping rupture up like other trees keep Slice and Dice up, ambushing or garroting every Shadow Step and Shadow Dance CD (Most likely ambush by the number of ambush buffing talents), with Eviscerate or rupture being your closer, which gets buffed by the mastery. I'm not sure how much damage it'll do, but PvE Subt looks deep enough that it's probably going to be actually supported.
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