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2-23-2011 @ 2:39PM
"The shade will rarely fight someone directly, preferring instead to use a lot of DoT attacks like Rupture and Deadly Poison and letting their target bleed out."Are you serious??? have you ever played sub??
2-23-2011 @ 2:41PM
I have, but mostly in a battleground setting. I'll run around applying Rupture to everything in sight via Hemorrhage and HaT procs, and then jumping around Backstabbing whoever has the lowest HP. I'm not a PvP expert by any means, I just wanted to share my experiences with each type of style. If you had to describe sub rogue play, how would you characterize it? How do you personally play sub?
2-23-2011 @ 2:56PM
well to me Sub spec is being the essence of a Ninja when played well is so powerful that it almost seems mystical. its the spec with the most hatred from other classes it gets exaggerated out of proportion for how well it works to the point where when a sub rogue attacks the victim will button smash in a panic. A sub rogues job to me is to be as rogueish as possible, gank weak targets, put pressure on healers, scouting enemy areas. Sub has enough burst when it needs it along with enough survival to get away clean multiple times. Its like the ultimate opportunist it can kill a target despite its defenses and get away with it . A sub rogue Kills the Weak, torments the slow, and destroys the stupid.
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