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The Queue: Huzzah! {WoW}

Jan 28th 2011 11:55AM Why did they remove the ability for a Worgen to skin without a skinning knife? Is that a bug, or was it a deliberate change? I can understand changing the 1% damage bonus to a 1% added crit chance, but not needing a knife to skin hardly seems like an overpowered ability.

The Queue: Stonecore frustrations {WoW}

Jan 27th 2011 10:02AM How much does the difference in starting stats have an effect by the time you get to endgame. Nelfs have the highest starting agility of anyone, but a lot of guides seem to prefer an Orc rogue based on racial bonuses, despite a much lower starting agility.

Does this all even out enough to be inconsequential by the time you get to level 85 and all geared up, or do certain racial bonuses manage to outweigh even a big difference in agility, in the case of a rogue.

The Queue: Working on my night cheese {WoW}

Jan 21st 2011 2:00PM Are there any good cloth armor options for leveling or endgame casters, ASIDE FROM dresses - I mean, "robes?" I mean there are shirts, tunics, jerkins, whatever - is there any way for a serious caster to not be forced to don a robe?

The Queue: The name game {WoW}

Dec 30th 2010 3:33PM I'd love to know if there's any explanation from Blizz as to why Combat Rogue mastery is backwards. Assassination and Subtlety each get a 20% damage bonus to stuff they're doing already (poisons and finishers, respectively), while Combat gives a chance for main hand attacks to trigger a bonus off-hand attack.

Given that Rogues all tend to go strong/fast MH/OH their mastery reward seems backwards. Have they explained the logic behind this at all?