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2-29-2012 @ 3:32PM
So...Main Hand for PvP will probably be a clear choice between Deadly and Instant. That leaves Wound, Leeching, Paralytic, and Crippling left. Crippling is never going to get applied, because Deadly Brew will put it up. Wound is probably going to be necessary against any team with a healer if you don't have anyone else to apply it, Leeching for survival against double DPS teams. Then there's Paralytic, which requires you to give up a slow on your target. Better choice than today, but still seems a little restrictive imo.
2-29-2012 @ 7:58PM
I think Crippling will still be used a lot in PVP, mainly because of the other two talents on the tier with Deadly Brew. If you want to use Paralytic Poison, you can't use Deadly Brew, since they're on the same tier. So it's a choice between Paralytic and Crippling, and for me at least, in PVP I'd rather have the sure slow than hoping I get to 5 stacks of Paralytic before the other person dies or before they kite me long enough for the other stacks to fall off since I don't have a slow on them. And Dirty Tricks is huge in PVP. The glyph of Blind has always been a requirement in PVP. And with making it and Gouge free, it means you have to watch your energy a little less to ensure you get off that CC. I think most PVPing rogues will be taking Dirty Tricks and running with Crippling. With the others you lose too much versatility.
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