I don't mean the amount of skills you put on the hotbar, I just mean the amount of buttons you need to press in its max level rotation.
11/27/2012 08:13 PMPosted by Yardanand not go so hard on the mouse
Anyway, for PvE? After getting Slice N Dice up, Assassination only uses Mutilate, Rupture, Envenom, and Dispatch when it procs (or when your target is below 35%, you replace Mut. with Dispatch). Oh, and Vendetta of course.
In PvP, the rogue has a lot of utilities in general (Kidney Shot, Sap, Blind, Gouge, Kick, Sprint, Distract, Dismantle, etc...) so the whole class has a lot of button mashing.
Sinister Strike, Revealing Strike, Eviscerate, Rupture, Slice and Dice, Fan of Knives, Crimson Tempest, Adrenaline Rush, Blade Flurry, Shadow Blades
That's a bit more than 2 buttons. And that's not counting utility.
I wouldn't really consider FoK and CT a part of Combat's main rotation. Those are usually used in tandem in different circumstances. Also, Blade Flurry is a permanent buff that you don't really turn on or off more than once a fight.
Mutilate, Dispatch, Envenom, Rupture, Slice and Dice, Shadow Blades, Vendetta. Throw in a Vanish.
All the specs are roughly the same, to be honest.
11/27/2012 08:55 PMPosted by MaffWoops spelled it wrong.
That wasn't my point. Razer isn't the best quality; it's just eye candy.
Since this thread has played out. I'll bite the off topic.
I've been using razor products for years. I've never has a single problem with any of them and they are some of the best gaming products that I've every had the opportunity to buy.
I've been buying computer products for over 20 years. They are well supported and well built. And unlike many multi-button mice, most of the extra buttons are actually usable, and not just placed in weird random configurations.