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2-23-2011 @ 5:27PM
There are a few things I LOVE to do as a Rogue:1) Bring snowballs with me into BG's, and have them keybound. I'll stealth up to a group protecting a flag, throw a few snowballs at them, then POOFF! Wait a minute, do it again. They freak out, call their buddies to help, etc, etc - of course this is mostly when we're winning a BG by such a large margin that me shenanigans won't hurt the team.2) In Gilneas or AB, MANY games have been won by mere seconds from holding a base just a few seconds longer than your opponent. So, find a HEALER. When you're about to be OVERRUN at a base you currently own and can't or don't think you can hold it, help your team get those precious extra ticks: Stand AT THE FLAG....drop Smoke Bomb, Evasion, and then spam Fan of Knives (make sure Crippling Poison is applied!), while your healer keeps you alive. Evasion over? Hit CoS. I've had 4+ people pounding me forever, and they just can't get the base. We got the 1600-1590 (Had it all along?) achievement while I was doing this. People forget that BG's are about WINNING, not just killing people.3) Make sure you have Sap setup as a macro that auto-saps the nearest enemy target. Run out of Warsong Gulch, THROUGH the enemy crowd, and spam your Sap macro. You will end up sapping 4-6 enemy in succession, and MOST of them will stop and look for you, while you sprint away and laugh. I've literally held half an enemy team in the middle of WG, all by myself. Granted, once I'm found, I'm completely dead - but hey, those extra seconds, and team imbalance, helps my team get the flag FIRST, and maybe throws off your initial zerg plan.
2-23-2011 @ 9:55PM
One time in Wintergrasp, my rogue was inside the keep while the walls were still up, I'd destroyed the turrets, then just wandered through the keep sapping people as I went.It drove them nuts!
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