Swords or daggers Easier to benefit from, as you don’t need to pay attention to props and buffs Not trying to go over the top, but I was setting up to level my gulper rogue up on patch day.
I think mark of the Satyr is still good for neck, but for weapons I am getting mixed results. I think Elemental Force and dancing steel are two I saw the most, but thought I’d ask here before I dropped the gold.
Is it a night and day difference or just a good idea if you have gold to throw away. And low level PVP is insanely funny watching people just melt and probably raging.
One of the highest Eve DPS builds for Raiding in Classic World of Warcraft Combat Rogue is one of the best DPS Classes in Classic WoW, losing only to Warrior when it comes to pure numbers.
However, in very long fights, Rogue might be forced to reapply his poisons as they have limited charges. He has access to two solid threat-management tools in a form of Vanish and Feint, so he is able to deal steady damage without any real risk of gaining Boss's unwanted attention (for as long as he pays attention to his Threat meter, of course).
Good threat management options Somewhat limited Raid utility Great Sustain Poisons have a limited number of charges Scales very well with gear Finding a good Raiding guild might be somewhat difficult because of Rogue's popularity Very strong in PVP, even in a dedicated Eve build High competition for items in Raids Note: Here, we will point you only towards the best Eve DPS Rogue Race. His Sword Specialization gives him a considerable edge over other available allied races.
Orc's Blood Fury is generally better than Troll's Breaking (the problem with Breaking on a DPS character is the fact that you shouldn't be taking damage, so it will give you only 10% Haste in most situations, which is underwhelming when we take its long CD into consideration). All in all, Orc wins (and he is great for PVP as well), but not as clearly as Human on Alliance's side.
It gives you access to powerful explosives that increase your AOE and Single-Target DPS. On top of that, it lets you create and use Gnomish Battle Chicken Trinket that summons a Guardian Chicken that fights at your side and has a chance on hit to cast a “Battle Squawk” which boosts Melee attack speed of all Party members by 5%, making it a must-have in every competitive group.
The fact that Engineering is also considered the best PVP profession is an added benefit to its power in Eve environment. At the start, you should pick Mining to supplement your Engineering Skill, you can always switch it to another profession of your liking later on.
Against level 63 Boss, who has 315 Defense skill, you need 9% Hit Rating to never miss a special attack. This means that getting 9% Hit Rating is paramount for a Raiding Rogue and should be your first goal when gearing up.
This is your primary stat, and you should look for it on all item upgrades after covering Hit Rating and Weapon Skill. Proper Talent allocation is essential for maximizing Damage output.
Here, we will describe the most optimal spec and lead you through the Talent Trees level-by-level to explain some choices. Swords variant wins on DPS, but one might opt for Daggers setup, as it makes getting solid PVP weapons in Raids much easier.
Proper enchants and consumables will greatly increase your Damage output. While getting enchants is a one-time-deal, farming consumables might be a real chore, but it is still worth it as numbers clearly show.
Reward from the Rage of Ages repeatable Quest in the Blasted Lands. Reward from a reputable Quest available from NPC Witch Doctor MAU'ARI, Overlook, Winter spring.
Reward from a reputable Quest available from NPC Witch Doctor MAU'ARI, Overlook, Winter spring. Drop from Winter fall Furlongs in Wintering (this is an alternative for Just Might, as the effects don't stack).
Created by Cooking, Recipe can be obtained from “Alien's Tower” Rogue Quest. Created by Cooking, Raw Squids can be fished, but only during Winter. In Classic, Rogue follows more of a priority list than a strict rotation.
On top of that, the list changes slightly depending on the Weapon (and build) you are currently using) Note: most of the time, you'll want to use your Cooldowns at the start of combat, so that you'll get a second (and a third in long encounters) charge before the fight ends.
When in an AOE situation, use Blade Flurry, throw Grenades (if applicable) and continue with your Single-Target Rotation. If you want to deal more Damage and stand out from your Raid competition, Stack Consumables.
Please do note that this is an early version of our guide, and we will be happy to receive constructive criticism, that will help us improve it, so leave your suggestions in the comments section below.