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Analysis of stated 3.1 rogue changes

All right, rogues. So by now some of you have likely read our list of 3.1 changes for our bloodthirsty class, and if not, you should! Right now! Make no mistake, these are some very cool changes, and even if this is the whole list (it's not), I'm pretty happy with how things are shaping up--not just for rogues, but for all the classes mentioned so far.

If you haven't read through them yet or if you're not a big theorycrafter, you can take a moment and read through our analysis of how 3.1 will (so far) affect you, the rogue.

Let's have a look!

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Filed under: Rogue, Patches, Analysis / Opinion

Upcoming 3.1 class changes: Rogue, Priest, Shaman

Development just relayed major class changes coming in content patch 3.1 for rogues, priests, and shaman on the forums. Eyonix advises the list is in no way comprehensive, is subject to change, and is likely to receive additions as the weeks go by.

Major class changes include:
  • Priest's Divine Spirit is now a base ability of all Priests.
  • Priest's Power Word: Barrier, a new Disc Priest talent that acts like a Power Word: Shield for the entire group.
  • Rogue's Killing Spree increases damage an additional 20%.
  • Rogue's Mace Spec now additionally increases haste.
  • Shaman's Mana Spring and Healing Spring totems combined, along with Poison Cleansing and Disease Cleansing combined.
  • Shaman's Spirit Weapons now reduces all threat.
  • Shaman's Chain Lightning now hits 4 targets.
What are you waiting for? Check out after the break to read 'em all!

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Filed under: Priest, Rogue, Shaman, Patches, News items

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