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7-06-2011 @ 7:04PM
Chase, Could u tell us what keeps u so faithful to the rogue class? Is it simply just the fact u feel obligated cause of it being your first toon? It was mine but considering it's current state and having a warrior and holy pally I just find no reason to play a class that shines at nothing. Not tryna be a doom and bloomer I am seriously asking a question.
7-06-2011 @ 7:12PM
Last night, I logged onto my rogue and did my Molten Front dailies. Then, for about two hours after that, I just camped the Molten Front daily area and ganked anyone who came out of the neutral zone. I was able to kill just about everyone I pounced on, subtlety rogues have some great burst. If things got hot, I'd Vanish and run away. I ended up killing several dozen Alliance players, and saved the lives of a few Horde players that were being pestered. While we're not perfect in raids or arenas, rogues are still the ultimate world PVP killers.
7-06-2011 @ 8:19PM
Great point chase it is actually what kept me so faithful to my rogue pre dungeon que, when ppl still met at summoning stones and watch the alliance zone in flagged and the horde rogues all simply and unspokenly would go stealth and stalk their unsuspecting pve prey. But since the que and the mindset that we all stand in orgimmr waiting on our dps turn or pvp que I very rarely get the chance to be involved in world pvp, maybe that is why I have lost my love for my rogue. I also blame the Arms warrior my main now, who needs no cool downs to kill someone unlike the poor rogue. Cool down dependancy and large health pools just have compounded to the point of no return for me.
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