The Combat Rogue in Mists of Pandaria

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Jul 182012

Worgen Rogue in Tier 13 with Legendary DaggersYou’re the swashbuckling master of the flashing blades and are at or near the tops of the DPS charts. Maybe not so hot as an Arena machine, that’s Subtlety’s forte, but you can do just fine in the Battlegrounds. Leveling, of course, is quick, easy, and painless for you.

Due to the complete revamping of the talent system in Mists of Pandaria the Combat Rogue just might be interesting in PvP, as well as a DPS machine.

Rogues, all Rogues, have a pretty high skill cap. This means that it will take some work to get to the top, but you’ll rule when you do.


stats weapons poisons gems enchants
race professions raid build & glyphs



  • Primary: Agility, and then more Agility.
  • Secondary: 7.5% Hit > 7.5% Expertise > Haste
  • Weaker Stats: Hit over 7.5% > Mastery > Crit > Hit over 17%
  • Useless: Hit over 27%, Expertise over 7.5%, Int, Str, Spirit
Hit and Expertise now use the same progression:
  • 3% for same level enemies
  • 4.5% for +1
  • 6% for +2
  • 7.5 for +3, eg: raid bosses.
Reforge weaker stats to stronger stats.
Get that Hit and Expertise, then all else goes into Haste.



Once upon a time Combat Rogues had talents giving them extra stats with particular weapon types. That is no longer the case. Use the best one-hand weapons you can find, if you have a choice between available weapons then pick the one that matches your racial (eg: Human expertise with Axe and Mace.)

  • Weapon speed is no longer a factor in Mists of Pandaria. Any one hand weapon should be fine in either hand, though you could put a dagger in the off hand if you want to experiment.



Poisons are abilities and buffs, you no longer have to stock them in your bags or buy them from a vendor. You can use one lethal (eg; deadly) and one non-lethal (eg: Crippling) at a time. Each “dose” lasts for one hour and is weapon independent. You can switch weapons (and poisons) at any time and you’ll still have your poisons working, without having to re-apply them.


  • Deadly (lev. 10, ability) does damage over time. You will use this one in all PvE content (ie: dungeons and raids.) In PvP you should only use it when the opposition is not being healed.
  • Wounding (lev 30, ability) does instant damage and suppresses enemy healing, which makes it more valuable for PvP.
  • Instant poison is dead and gone.
  • Non-lethal: Crippling (lev 20, ability) slows your opponent’s movement. Nice for mobs (or players) that run away.
  • Mind Numbing (lev 28, ability) slows opponent spellcasting.
  • Leeching Poison (lev 45, talent) heals you for a percentage of the damage done. Harder hits from you = better healing.
  • Paralytic Poison (lev 75, talent) stacks up and on a 5th stack stuns your opponent for a few seconds.



Once you get into item level 417+ gear get into the M of P gems, even if they’re grimly expensive. They’re far superior to the Cataclysm gems.

In M of P the gems for secondary stats will have higher values than those with primary stats. For example, this quick gem vs the comparable delicate gem. In Cataclysm Rogues could stick with all Agility gems and be just fine, in M of P the gemming will be more interesting. You will probably want to match socket bonuses.



As with gems, the Mists of Pandaria enchants are much better than the earlier enchants. Head enchants are gone, shoulder enchants come from the Inscription profession. Go for Agility first, then Haste, then whatever looks best according to the stats above.

MoP enchants require item level 372 or better and you’ll notice that they are somewhat better than their Cataclysm counterparts. New enchants (and gems) are always very expensive when the appear, and sometimes afterwards. If you need more cash to be able to buy these things then check our Tycoon review.


Race Choice for Combat Rogues

Pandarens can become Rogues, Draenei and Tauren still can’t.

Blood Elf

  • Arcane torrent restores some Energy and silences opponents. Skilled with Enchanting.
  • Can wash away bleeds and reduce damage. Ranged expertise is mostly useless.
  • Expertise with (small) swords is nice and their escape ability has occasional use, especially in PvP.


  • Rocket jump is a nice leap into or out of combat (it also breaks stealth.) Vendor discounts make compulsive buying less painful. A bit of added Haste is nice.
  • Diplomacy makes for easier rep grinding, Mace/Sword expertise is nice, as is their escape ability (especially in PvP.)
Night Elf
  • Shadowmeld can save your butt if things go bad, since it drops aggro and is usable in combat. S’meld to stealth to escape. Quickness makes you a bit harder to hit and you also get slightly faster movement while stealthed.


  • Blood Fury is a great burst racial, and expertise with Axes and Fist weapons is pretty cool.


  • Bouncy for less falling damage, faster leveling through longer lasting Rest XP, better buffs from food, skilled with Cooking, can choose to be either Horde or Alliance.
  • Berserking is a nice racial for bursts, ranged expertise is pretty useless.
  • Can wash away fear and such, drain life and be healed, eati dead bodies frees up a bag slot since you won’t have to carry basic food.
  • An extra Sprint is sweet, added Crit is nice, but it’s not your best stat. Skilled with Skinning (which adds some Crit.)



Profession bonuses are much higher in Mists of Pandaria than previously and many crafts will requires Bind on Pickup items to create (requiring Spirit of Harmony, for example, though the finished item might well be Bind on Equip. Pretty much like the old Chaos Orbs from Cataclysm, but a lot more recipes will requires the Spirits. Maybe they’ll become BoE, like the orbs did, but they aren’t there now.

The Haste buff from Herbalism makes it worth considering.

  • Alchemy – You get better and longer effects from your own potions. For example, and extra 320 Agility and an extra hour for the best elixir.
  • Blacksmithing – Equip two more of the gems you can find.
  • Enchanting – Enchant your own rings for added agility. +40 to each ring in Cata, 160 in M of P.
  • Engineering – create useful items and equip Synapse Springs, for a big agility burst for 10 seconds. 480 in Cata and 2,940 in M of P. Beware of side-effects in PvE settings. Lots of generally useful gadgets and backfire don’t matter so much in PvP.
  • Inscription – Nice shoulder enchant. +130 Ag in Cata, 520 in M of P. In addition to making glyphs you (or some other scribe) will be making everyone’s shoulder enchants.
  • Leatherworking – The bonus is a pretty nice bracer enchant for added Agility. +130 Ag in Cata, 520 in M of P.
  • Jewelcrafting – create (and equip) better gems than otherwise available. +67 Ag in Cata, +320 in M of P.
  • Tailoring – Make your own flying carpet. Oh, you want damage. Well, you can add a nice cloak enchants that sometimes adds a nice chunk of attack power. +1000 AP in Cata, +8,000 Sp in M of P.
  • Herbalism – A small heal over time with a very nice Haste effect (+2880 Haste rating for 20 seconds at skill level 600.)
  • Mining – More stamina, 480 at max level.
  • Skinning – More crit rating, also 480 at max level.


Combat Rogue Raid Build

These are the abilities that you pick up from choosing Combat as your specialization (spec.)

Talents are completely revised. Take all your Cata build and throw them away. You now have six tiers of talents, gained (one tier each) at levels 15, 30, 45, 60, 75, and 90. Any spec can pick any one talent from each row. Any level 60 Rogue can now take Shadowstep, for example.

Talents and glyphs are swapped in the same way. Tome of the Clear Mind is what you use to swap glyphs at 86+.

Combat Rogue Talents

Combat Rogue DPS build for Mist of Pandaria

Talent Descriptions:

  1. Shadow Focus – Abilities no longer cost Energy while you are stealthed. Sap to Ambush (or any opener) at zero energy cost. Nightstalker might be better for leveling, with it’s speed and opening damage.
  2. Combat Readiness – Take less damage as fight gets longer. Not really a great tier for PvE and CR’s probably the best of the lot.
  3. Leeching Poison – your strikes heal you. Toss up between this and Elusiveness. Leeching might provide more general utility and take a bit of pressure off your healers.
  4. Preparation – Finished cooldowns. More vanishes to energy free Ambushes. Also resets defensive cooldowns for added survival.
  5. Prey on the Weak – When you disable an enemy with your stuns they suffer increased damage from all sources for the duration of the effect. If your opponent can be affected by Cheap Shot or Kidney Shot and and is being attacked by several people then it can take quite a bit more damage. Paralytic Poison might have value against trash that survives long enough. Dirty Tricks is more for PvP.
  6. Anticipation – Stores excess CPs on target and applies them after a finishing strike.No more wasted Combo Points. If you do a lot of target switching then Versatility might be a good choice.

Glyphs are a bit different from before. Primes are gone, Majors modify damage and effects, Minors make small changes to some effects, such as increrased range.  You can have three each, six total, at level 90. Tome of the Clear Mind is what you use to swap glyphs at 86+. Get supplies to changes talents and glyphs from your Inscription supplies vendor or off the Auction House.

Major Glyphs: 

  1. Deadly Momentum – Kills refresh Slice and Dice and Recuperate. Great for leveling and fighting trash. Leaves more Combo Points to spend on damage.
  2. Adrenaline Rush – Reduces important cooldowns by a small amount.
  3. Sprint – Faster sprinting, for the Usain Bolt Rogue, when you just have to be there right now.
Minor Glyphs
  1. Distract –  Increased range for this ability.
  2. Blurred Speed – Run on water while Sprint is active.
  3. Killing Spree – Returns you to the same spot which you started, for a bit more positioning predictability.

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Subtlety Rogue in Mists of Pandaria

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Jul 132012

A Quick and Dirty Subtlety Rogue Guide

An Undead Rogue in Vengeful GearA lean, mean, backstabbing machine. Known for PvP ownage, Sub also can do very well in PvE, you just have to be good at managing your finishers and energy. Nothing wrong with Shadowdancing a boss, ya know.



  • Primary Stat: Agility, nothing else comes close especially with your Sinister Calling ability (+30% Agility)
  • Secondary:
    • PvP: Hit to 3% > Crit > Expertise to 3% > Haste
    • PvE: Hit to 7.5% > Crit > Expertise to 7.5% > Haste
  • Weak: anything else (Mastery, excess Hit or Expertise.)
  • Reforge to your Hit cap, then all else to Crit. If the weapon already has Crit and you’re Hit capped, then reforge to Haste.
  • Note: If you dual spec and you’re not switch gear sets, then Haste is a good stat to reforge into. It’s at least a decent stat for all Rogues.


  • Daggers in both hands
  • Main: Wound poison in PvP, Deadly in PvE
  • Off: Leeching in PvE, Crippling in PvP.


  • Gems and enchants can be expensive. Go here if you can’t afford them.
  • Delicate Agility or Mystic Resilience gems only. Nothing else matters. MoP gems are much better than Cata counterparts.


  • MoP enchants are much better than Cata counterparts.
  •  Enchant for Agility before Crit before Haste
  • Weapon enchants


Pandarans can be Rogues, Draenei and Tauren are the only races that can’t.

MoP = Mists of Pandaria

  • Pandaren: May join either Horde or Alliance, can stun with a touch, level faster (longer lasting rest XP,) increased benefits from food buffs, less falling damage, good with cooking.
  • Alliance
    • Night Elf: Quickness helps with survival, Shadowmeld can be used in combat to drop aggro or break incoming spells. Faster stealthy movement.
    • Worgen: Sub loves Crit and Worgen  get a 1% bonus to that stat. Good with Skinning, which adds to Crit rating. Sprint ability is quite useful.
    • Gnome: Expertise with daggers is nice, small size really is useful in PvP, escape is nice. Good with Engineering and Synapse Springs is a nice Engie gadget to use.
    • Human: Diplomacy is nice if you’re rep grinding, escape ability allows you to use two DPS trinkets in PvP.
    • Dwarf: Stoneform washes away bleeds and reduces damage, Ranged expertise is next to useless.
  • Horde
    • Orc: Bloody Fury for the burst, stun resistance (reduces a 6 second stun to about 5 seconds.)
    • Undead: can remove effects, consume dead players, can drain health from enemies.
    • Troll: Berserking, damage Vs beasts (Worgen don’t count,) reduction in movement impairing effects.
    • Blood Elf: Arcane Torrent restores energy and silences opponents
    • Goblin: Rocket jump (breaks stealth) is a good escape, increased Haste, Good with Alchemy for an action bar full of potions.


Most of the professions offer a net gain of about 80 Ag. points over the regular enchants or item enhancements. In Mists of Pandaria it will be about 320 Ag.

  • Alchemy: Better effects and more duration from Chemisty. Figure an extra 320 Ag and and extra hour from your Flask of Spring Blossoms.
  • Blacksmithing: Slot two extra Agility gems.
  • Enchanting: Enchant your own rings with additional Agility (40 each in Cata, 160 in MoP)
  • Engineering: Useful gadgets, Synapse Springs adds a lot of Ag for 10 seconds on a one min cooldown.
  • Inscription: Very nice shoulder enchant.
  • Jewelcrafting: Slot better gems
  • Leatherworking: Nice bracer enchant.
  • Tailoring: Flying carpet and a cloak enchant that sometimes adds Attack Power.

Subtlety Rogue Abilities Talents in Mists of Pandaria

Any spec of Rogue can grab any one talent from each tier. This means six talents at level 90. This also means that any Rogue can take Shadowstep and that PvP Rogues cannot have both Shadowstep and Prep.

  • 10 – Hemorrhage – adds a bleed in addition to the basic damage, replaces Sinister Strike. This is your “bread and butter” attack.
  • 10 – Master of Subtlety – more damage (10% more) when attacking from stealth.
  • 10 – Sinister Calling – increases total agility by 30%. Agility is already the #1 stat for all Rogues, this makes it even more true for Subtlety.
  • 20 – Find Weakness – openers bypass 70% of opponent armor for ten seconds, giving you the chance to drop some serious damage.
  • 30 – Premeditation – adds 2 combo points to target before your attack.
  • 40 – Backstab – requires man hand dagger, must be behind target. This is great for dungeons, but is a bit tricky to use while leveling or in PvP.
  • 50 – Honor Among Thieves – Gain combo points from the crits of party members.
  • 60 – Sanguinary Vein – Improves Rupture and all bleeds.
  • 70 – Energetic Recovery – Slice and Dice for faster energy recovery and more white damage. Have S&D up at all times.
  • 80 – Mastery: Executioner – Increases damage done by finishing strikes
  • 80 – Shadow Dance – now 8 seconds (was 6, before M of P,) allows use of abilities out of stealth, such as cheap shot and extra ambushes.

Here’s a build to try out. You can switch talents anytime, as long as you’re not in combat. Bring up your talent page, pick a row with a learned talent,

Subtlety Rogue PvP Build

Subtlety Rogue PvP Build for Mists of Pandaira

  1. Shadow Focus – Abilities no longer cost Energy while you are stealthed. Sap to Cheap Shot to Vanish to Ambush to Shadowdance at zero energy cost.
  2. Nerve Strike – Opponents does less damage when coming out of Cheap Shot or Kidney Shot.
  3. Leeching Poison – your strikes heal you, but it means you won’t be using Crippling (or another) poison. Elusiveness will allow you to avoid a lot of burst damage, so might be more useful in some situations.
  4. Shadowstep – Teleport to target, friend or enemy, but no damage increase. Don’t open with it, use it to catch up with runners, disengagers, or blinkers. Prep has definite use if you use those CDs more than you need the mobility, and Burst of Speed also provides mobility and escapes and might be perfect for flag carrying.
  5. Prey on the Weak – When you disable an enemy with your stuns they suffer increased damage from all sources for the duration of the effect. This is a weak tier, but this talent can be useful with some coordination. Dirty Tricks has some definite PvP possibilities.
  6. Anticipation – Stores excess CPs on target and applies them after a finishing strike. Never again waste CPs. Versatility is great if you switch targets regularly.


Sub Rogue Raid Build



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Touch of the Grave for Undead

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Jul 132012

Touch of the GraveI was browsing the character creation in the Mists of Pandaria beta and found this interesting item: Touch of the Grave. It gives Undead characters a chance to drain life on any attack and heal themselves for that amount.

I can’t say if this will survive the beta, but given the health pools for Mists (I’ve seen level 90s with over 400k HP) this won’t be a big ability. It also adds some Undead color, so I think the odds are good that it will survive.

As I write this the ability isn’t listed on WoWhead, so I might have beat their data miners. I expect that will last about another 6 seconds. 🙂



Blizzard and Microsoft? Really?

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Jul 132012

It’s just a rumor, but…

Vivendi might be looking to sell Activision/Blizzard. The price tag would be rather steep, but there are companies that could afford it. Why would they sell? Apparently that company has a serious debt burden and sinking share prices. (They’ve probably been spending the WoW money on vacations and expensive offices, rather than game development? Actually, Vivendi is big, and made an ill-timed acquisition or two. )

Microsoft, for one. IF MS was actually interested, the move would strengthen its position in various markets. But, then again, there’s are Chinese and Korean companies which might be more intereested (Tencent and Nexon, to name two) and the buy would give them a stronger position in western markets.

What it would mean for WoW is anyone’s guess. Who knows? If Bliz was bought out maybe the new owners would demand some story/lore consistency? 😉

Story on Forbes: Could Microsoft Buy Activision-Blizzard?

More complete story on Reuters.

Is Your WoW Password on This List?

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Nov 232011

I get a bunch of spam from people phishing for account info and I assume you do, as well. Bliz is aware of the issue and that’s one reason for the Authenticator. We have to hold up our end, too. Passwords, for one. Is your password to anything on this list?

From Forbes, via Yahoo:

If you see your password below, STOP!

Do not finish reading this post and immediately go change your password — before you forget. You will probably make changes in several places since passwords tend to be reused for multiple accounts.

Here are two lists, the first compiled by SplashData:

1. password

2. 123456


4. qwerty

5. abc123

6. monkey

7. 1234567

8. letmein

9. trustno1

10. dragon

Here’s the whole list: 25 “Worst Passwords” of 2011 Revealed

The article also includes tips on making good passwords. Check it out, now.

Roboform comes well recommended for protecting your passwords.


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Pilgim’s Bountry and 425+ Cooking

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Nov 222011

I had an interesting realization the other day. I hadn’t known that the Cooking skill has no level requirement. Yes, this means that you can get max cooking on your level 1, given all the appropriate recipes. I now have skill level 429 on a level 3 and Illustrious Grandmaster rank. Spending the money and doing the time to get the recipes and mats is the issue. Now it’s easy, for this week anyway.

429 Cooking skill from Pilgrims Bounty

With the Pilgrim’s Bounty Holiday event you can actually level your cooking from 1 to 430 with amazing ease.

Grab the recipes book from the event’s cooking vendor and cook up the recipes. You can buy all the mats from the city vendors and they’re cheap. At 280 you will be able to cook “Slow Roasted Turkey.” The interesting thing about this recipe is that you get 2 points of skill per turkey cooked and you get it until you’re over 400 skill, even though the skill greys out. (This is probably a big, either they grey point or the level that you can reach.)

Hunt down a whole bunch of turkeys and cook ’em up. You’ll hit 420 easily, then it start to slow. I hit 429 and ran out of turkeys and got bored with hunting them. 🙂 I don’t know how high it will go, but you’ll need a lot of turkeys to get much last 430.

Here’s a Pilgrim’s Bounty cooking guide

and a Pilgrim’s Bounty Achievement Guide.

WoW Cooking guide to 525


300k Gold in 30 Days, from Scratch

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Nov 132011


It’s the Gold Speed Run.

Check it out here

Apart from being a killer game concept, Jon Kenins (creator of the Massive WoW Gold Blueprint) tells me that the Gold Speed Run is also the fastest way to make extreme amounts of gold. And he’s got the proof to back it up.

What’s a Gold Speed Run? Hop onto a brand new server. No friends, no guilds, no gold buying, no transfers, start from zero. Create as many alts as you like. Amass as much gold as you can in 30 days.

He organized a Gold Speed Run for his exclusive insiders’ gold-making club in March this year, and the results were amazing:

  • 2.8 Million Gold earned in 30 days, starting from zero
  • top gold earner alone brought in 359,313 gold
  • average gold earned by all challengers: 63,901 gold – this needs more explanation: 11 people broke 100k gold, 40 broke 1k. How do you think you would do?

Keep in mind that he’s talking about doing all this with level 1 toons, and starting on a new server with no other help of any kind… not even start-up cash. Want more proof? I did my own run, not as a part of his contest, just to see if anyone could do this.

Using his techniques it’s almost trivial to break 1k gold. (300k is a bit harder… 😉 .) I wrote it up on GotWarcraft: 30 Days to (over) 1k Gold

So maybe you’re asking…

“How can I get some?!”

Well now’s your chance!

Jon is running a new Gold Speed Run Challenge starting next week. And he’s inviting newbie speed runners to sign up for a preview video series that shows you exactly how to get the same kind of results in your own gold game. Get the videos here!

Speed Run FTW!

One more thing:  Jon is limiting the entries in this Speed Run to avoid overwhelming the auction house economy on any one Realm. Sign up for the preview video series, and you’ll be on the early bird list for first shot at a spot when the challenge opens up next week!


Megadamage in 7.3

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Nov 112011

MegaDamage and Item Squishing.

This is actually a serious post on an interesting issue: the exponentially increasing stats and damage.

Check it out, here.

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Patch 4.3 Class Balance Remarks from the Devs

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Nov 112011

Man, it must be an interesting job to be the guy in charge of class balance…

The Devs (specifically Ghostcrawler) discuss what’s happening with the various classes in the 4.3 patch. Not all specs are covered and Rogues aren’t covered at all. I have no idea what that means. This is a clip from part 1, part two is below this:

Part 1:

Back in June, I wrote a blog explaining the context behind some of the changes in the upcoming patch that might not be intuitively obvious. That blog ended up being one of the most popular ones we’ve ever done; even players who disagreed with the specific changes appreciated our explanations for what we were trying to accomplish. Therefore, we’d like to continue in that fashion and we figured there was no reason to wait until 4.3 was “on the shelves” to get the ball rolling.

One note before I dive into things. If you haven’t read the previous blog, “Rate of Change,” now might be a good time. There are some changes that we want to make to class mechanics or balance in general that we don’t think are fair or appropriate to spring on players in the middle of an expansion. These include things like the power of interrupts or the active mitigation model we want to implement for tanks. We’ll get there, but in short term we fundamentally believe that it’s important to pick our battles.

On with the show. Note that most of these changes are mechanics changes. We have not yet finished enough testing to be confident in our benchmark damage, healing, and tanking numbers for 4.3. When we finish those, and when we see what some players are capable of doing on the PTR (or even what they theorycraft or sim based on PTR numbers) there will be additional changes. Off the top of my head, I’d say Fury warrior damage is almost certainly too high and Resto druid AE healing (ignoring the effects of Tranquility of course) is also too potent.

You’ll also notice some classes aren’t mentioned at all. It’s possible we’re just happy with them, but it’s more likely we just haven’t gotten to them yet. We don’t want to hold a PTR until every single thing is done, because that minimizes test time.

Melee DPS

Overall, we think melee DPS in dungeons and raids is still too low. We think melee DPS is fine in PvP, and we think melee DPS is competitive against ranged specs against target dummies, but in actual encounters with all of their moving pieces, melee falls behind. To attempt to adjust for this imbalance, we have improved the benefit to attack power given by the various raid buffs (Blessing of Might et al.) to melee only. Hunter DPS is fine, or even high in 4.2, so we didn’t want this buff to extend to them, which is why the AP benefit is now 20% for melee attacks but still 10% for ranged attacks.


As promised, we allow for this tanking mechanic to now ramp up quickly when the tank is taking damage.

The rest of the above post deals with class specific changes, see it here:

Part 2 goes into more details. Again, not all specs are covered and Rogues aren’t covered at all. The changes to the Mortal Strike type of effects (reduced healing on the target) should cover Wound Poison, though.

Mortal Strike (and similar debuffs)

We dropped the healing debuff from 50% to 10% some time ago, but were convinced at 10% that it was hard to appreciate the effect at all. We want to try Mortal Strike et al. at 25% to see if it feels useful but not mandatory. If 25% is too much and 10% is too little, then it may mean the entire mechanic may not have much of a future. We decided to only change the debuff for the warrior, rogue, and hunter, restoring the original relationship between “strong” and “weak” MS that we had in Lich King.

Click through to see the class details: 4.3 class changes

There will be thousands of comments on the above posts, might as well click through and add yours. QQing doesn’t help, but if you can add some solid evidence to support your remarks, then go for it.

Heroic Deadmines Guide

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Nov 032011

GotWarcraft has posted an updated Heroic Deadmines guide with videos of the boss fights. Also up is an index page listing the Cataclysm Heroic guides on that site, though most of the guides are still in the process of being updated.

Feel free to add comments, over there, as to what you want to see added to that (or any) guide.