Not being a rogue, nor having enjoyed my rogue alt much, I'm obliged to focus on the bit about class-specific quests. I think Blizzard could broaden their perspective a little on that point by looking at games like Diablo (which I'm sure they have never heard of before); having class-specific quests would do much to increase the "replayability" (AKA Diabloness) of WoW, as you wouldn't have to level alts by grinding through the same old quests all over again.
I don't think vanish has ever worked properly, and probably never -will- work properly. I think vanish will always be the in-game joke of developers to rogues. Such fond memories. :DBut, you know, having not played my rogue as a main-character since original (eek, poor thing is sitting in Dalaran being my cook at level 73), I am curious to find out other rogue's reactions to some of the info posted. Specifically that combat-daggers comment. (Really? Is it THAT popular currently?) As for myself, I'm dumbfounded. If you are talking STRICTLY combat spec- bear with me guys on this, I'm aware of other builds outdoing combat DPS- swords have always been a more-viable combat spec.Or so I thought. I'm going off of what antiquated knowledge I have... I suppose I should look up some Wrath theorycrafting on this. Hmm....Swords4lyf.
Are rogues satisfied with the vanish-bug answer?I dont play one so Im curious.
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The answer to the Vanish bug is really ridiculous.
I thought this Q/A was bad, and makes me sad as I am leveling my rogue (67 atm).They say vanish "might" have a problem, but fixing it would make rogues overpowered. Like having a spell working correctly is overpowered? I call shenanigans!
Just to be claer, no one plays sub anymore right?