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5-25-2011 @ 2:08PM
I also feel like this is one of the strongest articles Chase Christian has written for wow insider. I'm not only impressed, but I feel like he was voicing what weighs on the minds of every hard working rogue. We constantly worry about our damage, we constantly worry about position, we constantly worry about uptime, and constantly we're sorting through a multitude of choices as to what to do when we see those CPs light up to 5. You die a little inside when you get a well geared person (and you're not) in your group (or raid) that blows the meters away and you're sitting there, gritting your teeth after not making any mistakes whatsoever while that well geared person stands in stuff, does everything wrong -- gets healed through it -- ... and you still get beat by them."We should still be trying our hardest and pushing our rogues as far as we can, but there's nothing wrong with being beat. Your goal should be to be the best rogue that you can be and hope that Blizzard sorts out the rest. "
5-25-2011 @ 2:11PM
-_- I got cut off, more of what I was saying: That is exactly how you should handle those moments. It should be the rogue mantra, really. That's how I've gotten through 3 xpacs (5 years this July) as a rogue: Do your best, let Blizzard sort it out. Keep your uptime as close to 100% as possible and learn how to dance!If anyone doubts that Chase Christian knows rogues, after this article I think they'll change their minds.
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