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Outlaw Rogue PvP 7.1

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This thread is for comments about our Outlaw Rogue PvP guide for Legion.

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5 hours ago, Guest Xone said:

Great guide. Would recommend adding "Feint" to the list of Defensive Techniques, easy to forget it.

Noted, will get it added! Thanks :)

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On 12/18/2016 at 0:58 AM, Virolac said:

Will there be more PvP guides for other classes and specs?

Hey!

We're looking into this, but I can't really give a time frame, I'm sorry! :(

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Clear, concise, and bearing the ruthless efficiency of a plan which was (obviously) put to practice many-many-many times ^^... Thanks a lot for this excellent guide ! And yes, any other PvP references such a this one would certainly be greatly appreciated by other classes...

(Have a nice end of the year, by the way ^^ !)

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19 hours ago, Guest WiliamDawson said:

Thanks a lot for this excellent guide !

Glad to hear that you have enjoyed using the guide! There are more guides coming, I can't give an exact time but they are coming! 

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Question about the 2nd Tier talent. Would you still suggest Grappling Hook over Hit and Run even you have Thraxi's Tricksy Treads (Run Through deals increased damage equil to 20% of your increased movement speed)??

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On 12/28/2016 at 4:44 PM, Guest Oxxio said:

Question about the 2nd Tier talent. Would you still suggest Grappling Hook over Hit and Run even you have Thraxi's Tricksy Treads (Run Through deals increased damage equil to 20% of your increased movement speed)??

Tbh, it would depend on your comp and the enemy's comp. Having Grappling Hook is a great gap closer and, without it, you can leave yourself open to getting kited. Having H+R bonus might mean an eventual loss in damage, simply because you don't have enough uptime on the enemy to benefit from it. 

I'd say make a choice depending on the game.

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Tier 3 Honor talent "Cut to the Chase" has the wrong tooltip and ability description. Just wanted to point it out :). Great guide though, very well put together.

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On 1/24/2017 at 8:29 PM, Guest Caliphur said:

Tier 3 Honor talent "Cut to the Chase" has the wrong tooltip and ability description. Just wanted to point it out :). Great guide though, very well put together.

Thanks for the heads up, I'll pass it on! :)

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On 3/19/2017 at 4:47 AM, Guest Tyler said:

The tier 3 talent suggests a assassination talent. 

Deeper Stratagem? Is this not an Assas and Outlaw talent?

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On 3/27/2017 at 2:49 PM, Blainie said:

Deeper Stratagem? Is this not an Assas and Outlaw talent?

He meant the honor talent teir 3, still needs to be changed.

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On 6/23/2017 at 4:26 PM, Guest Gnarkill said:

He meant the honor talent teir 3, still needs to be changed.

Ahh, I see. I'll get it updated, thanks!

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Question:

If i have to pick drty tricks, how will my opener with cheap shot add prey of the weak? :P

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On 8/11/2017 at 1:21 AM, Guest Mitchell023 said:

Question:

If i have to pick drty tricks, how will my opener with cheap shot add prey of the weak? :P

There are people that will select PotW, regardless of the advice in-guide. I believe it's there as a note for those that do pick it.

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