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11-23-2011 @ 5:18PM
Looking at the breakdown over at MMO-Champion, Rogues seem to have the least changes/new (revised) spells; wondering if Blizz thinks Rogues are GTG, or if they have not fleshed that particular class out yet… Dunno, just wondering how long to get used to a new rotation, if needed. At least I am Combat, so it will only be a few buttons to relearn…! ;^p
11-23-2011 @ 6:02PM
As I stated above, I cannot wait to play the rogue in beta. My main spec is combat too. The thought of having shadowstep and dirty tricks is very exciting. If it holds up, people are going to dread rogues even more. I also noticed that hunters are getting some nice self heals in their talents.
11-23-2011 @ 11:00PM
MoP is at least six months away and probably a lot more, you'll have plenty of time to find out and learn about any rogue changes.They haven't even released 4.3 yet!
11-24-2011 @ 2:16PM
I'm not sure if there are any PvP rogues reading this, but all I can say is that I'm disappointed that we will be forced to give up Shadowstep for Preparation. I realize that it has been stated that these talents are subject to change between now and MoP's release but still... If they keep SS and Prep on the same tier then I highly doubt that I'll continue to play Rogue PvP. To me, SS was a key part of being a Sub Rogue, and to me it was one of the most enjoyable parts of PvPing as a Rogue. Having to choose between it and Prep is just silly because Prep will always come out over SS any day in terms of survivability. It's just not fair to people who PvP casually. I understand everybody hates encountering Rogues while PvPing, but you need to understand where I'm coming from here.
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