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11-13-2010 @ 8:06AM
Shadowstep. 'nuff said.
11-13-2010 @ 8:38AM
Remarkable. Shadowstep is by far my favourite ability too. I even find that - to my detriment - I use it when I don't need to just because it's ace. I use it on the Grand Master Training dummy in Stormwind to get to the poison guy quicker. I use it on the Dalaran Squirrel at Eventide who gives me a boost from Marcia to the Inn, or from handing in my Mushroom Infused Meatloaf to the bank. Also, the amount of time it's saved me in EotS from pesky Shamans and Boomdoomkins and allowed me to skip to the top of an AV tower - bypassing the players battling at the entrance- is just immeasurable.Great ability.Incidentally, it's amazing how (as of writing) no-one have voted up any of the front page comments. I guess it's a testament to Blizzard making sure each class is fun in its own right and that players of said class have a fun button to press that they look forward to.I'm certainly no fan-boy, but that's just excellent.
11-13-2010 @ 8:39AM
I second that. Nothing is quite as awesome as Shadowstep. The second I learned the ability on my Rogue, I fell in love with the class all over again. I leveled up as Subtlety until level 80, and even then, was reluctant to give it up. I still use it in PvP though. :)
11-13-2010 @ 10:53AM
I have to completely agree with this. There is nothing funnier than Shadowstepping from the flag room floor, in the low level brackets of WSG, up to the roof behind a careless clothie and one-shot ambushing them.
11-14-2010 @ 8:29AM
... or shadowstepping turres at Strand of the Ancients to bypass gate and quickly capture graveyard just second after your team knock down the gate :)
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