Apr 4th 2012 12:24PM @Will
No, the enchant would be wasted on a spec with built in speed boosts as they don't stack.
Apr 4th 2012 11:41AM WTB EDIT BUTTON!!!!!!
That last comment is from http://www.wowhead.com/spell=14062/nightstalker#comments and was from patch 4.10.
Apr 4th 2012 11:40AM @Neuro
From Wowhead - With 2/2 in this talent and 2/2 Quickening, my rogue moves at 115% unstealthed and 126% stealthed. After stealthing, you cannont unstealth immediately (aside from using abilities) and restealth as Stealth has a 2 second CD.
It appears that since Nightstalker is applied only during stealth, it still gains the benefits from quickening since it doesn't have the same disclaimer on it.
Apr 4th 2012 11:22AM Nightstalker effects your stealthed speed only.
Apr 4th 2012 11:21AM Nightstalker is taken more for the increased stealth speed. You actually move faster stealthed than your enemy does normally.
Apr 4th 2012 11:13AM I would suggest the Venerable Mass of McGowan (http://www.wowhead.com/item=48716) with the ever-op Crusader enchant. Can DPS monks dual-wield? I haven't made it into the beta rounds yet.
Apr 4th 2012 11:06AM Combat is by far the easiest as it's not as position sensitive. Sub is insanely fun but you need to be behind them for your biggest hits.
Apr 4th 2012 10:54AM This isn't about BG's. This is about killing your enemy wherever, whenever you find them. BG's are a totally different subject.
Mar 30th 2012 9:22AM So much win in this article. Fel fire might have actually gotten me to finish leveling my warlock. At least he's higher level than his mage counterpart.
Mar 28th 2012 8:16AM Most likely the pet battles, but they might actually be an interesting diversion from regular activities. I actually like the concept of the farming land, especially if I can plant whatever I like (thinking those herbs that are just being overrun constantly but are needed for flasks - especially with the loss of Chug-a-lug).