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5-04-2011 @ 1:45PM
" I refer to them as The Zuls"There is no Dana, only Zul!!"I could write a "rogue's guide to ZA", "rogue's guide to ZG", "rogue's guide to ZA gear", "rogue's guide to ZG gear", etc "Did you ever write a Rogue's Guide to the current Raid content? I think I remember you doing a boss by boss guide to ICC from the rogue perspective, but I don't recall seeing one for this tier. But maybe you could do one for Firelands? Most of the required interrupts on bosses are pretty transparent (and alerted by DMB), but there are trash mobs and adds where a kick or KS would be very helpful (as you pointed out in the Zul guide). And there are other things I'd find helpful, too. If there's a fight (or a phase of a fight) that's got a lot of AoE damage pouring out, we'd want to swap in a Feint glyph and use it as often as possible. If there's a certain point where a lot of magic raid damage is going out, it's be nice to know an ideal time to pop CoS. What fight might we need to run across a big room to attack an add where our Sprint glyph would be useful? Are any mobs immune to Crippling Poison (like those blobs on the Cho'gal fight?) that we shouldn't bother trying to slow? Which mobs can be pickpocketed?
5-09-2011 @ 11:10PM
I will have something like this ready for Firelands. To be honest, I always received mixed reviews about my boss guides, and so I was never sure if anyone actually used them. I've been getting a lot of feedback from rogues who like reading about each boss fight in detail so I'll definitely work on those for the next tier of content.
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