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3-29-2011 @ 10:47PM
Whoa. They'd really better not nerf my kick. It was there for me when I was frustrated with my class' lack of raid utility, when I thought that the devs wanted us to be a shallow, one-sided class. I have Cloak of Shadows now too, but Kick holds a special place in my heart for guiding me through that moment of doubt about my class which I love so much.
3-30-2011 @ 3:00AM
Kick is only the tip of the iceberg. If they truly nerf interrupts, they would also have to look at Gouge, Blind, KS, Vanish/ShD + CS, and as you mentioned CoS. Rogues have a ton of abilities that can be used to interrupt. If all of them get nerfed, we'll be in a bad way.
3-30-2011 @ 5:17AM
Rogue tears are sweet to me. One of the most (or maybe the most) imba classes since Wow's day 1.
3-30-2011 @ 8:53AM
I would love nothing more then the bathe in a rogues tears..
4-04-2011 @ 5:08AM
@Eldoron If we really were imba then we wouldn't be the least played class in the game.
4-04-2011 @ 2:51PM
We're certainly the most LIMITED class in the game, hands down. Interrupts are what little we have other than damage to make us a more appealing raid choice. It would be a reversal of the path they're taking to make more classes more viable for more situations in the area the most untouched by that policy, and those are tears that wouldn't just be wept by rogues.Besides, this rogue doesn't PvP, so look for tears elsewhere.
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