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5-25-2011 @ 4:13PM
I feel the same. I play a rogue as one of my many characters (ok, more than one, i have 3), but i'm not a really great rogue. I play it because it's mostly fun. The un-fun part, comes with:"[W]e have to constantly worry about our positioning(...) we also have to worry about our relative positioning as well."There's a LOT of tanks that are freaking jitter bugs. I'm talking about classic dungeons, where there is most often no need to move around to get out of the bad stuff. The fun stuff: successful interrupts. Too bad hardly anyone really notices... Maybe when i get both geared up enough and get the guts to try high-level heroics out, people might appreciate interrupts more? At least i know i do them. There's some satisfaction in that.
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