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7-07-2010 @ 2:17PM
I always thought rogues should stay alive by killing ppl. The way this new ability will work is just astonishing in all the good and bad ways.Solo, grinding, lvling, pfff ... the main use for this will be PvP and we all know it.
7-07-2010 @ 2:34PM
At level 85, I would agree. However, I can definitely see the utility of this ability in a raid setting, especially a high-end raid setting. If you are doing sindragosa p3, and you are able to refresh SnD and Recuperation with a finisher? Oh my everloving earthmother/elune/light-bearing being, that would be a seriously amazing way to cope with the damage going on in that phase. Also, imagine really any healing intensive fight, or something like Vezax where mana is an issue - if you just set the rogues to self-heal, and never have to heal them, that is a huge boon to the entire raid.I'm sure most encounters won't be like that, losing even just one finisher on a 3-5 minute fight is going to cost you a fair amount of damage, but in fights where survival is more important than dps (ie sindragosa p3 heroic), that would be huge.In terms of pvp, I think this is a really great tool. Are you going to go for envenom to try to finish off your opponent, or will you use recuperate to assure you will live a while longer, and whittle them down for your next finisher?I'm also wondering if Recuperation can be purged or spellstolen just like any other HoT in the game.
7-07-2010 @ 3:03PM
I doubt it can be purged or stolen, as it's probably physical, like a Warrior's Enraged Regeneration.
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