Classic Rogue DPS Enchants and Consumables

Last updated on Aug 26, 2019 at 17:20 by Abyssalwave 27 comments

On this page, we list the best enchants, flasks, potions, and food you can get for your Rogue DPS in WoW Classic for PvE content.

1.

Best Enchants for Rogues

Slot Enchantment
Head Lesser Arcanum of Voracity Icon Lesser Arcanum of Voracity - from the quest Libram of Voracity Icon Libram of Voracity in the Burning Steppes.
Shoulders Chromatic Mantle of the Dawn Icon Chromatic Mantle of the Dawn
Back Enchant Cloak - Lesser Agility Icon Enchant Cloak - Lesser Agility
Chest Enchant Chest - Greater Stats Icon Enchant Chest - Greater Stats
Bracers Enchant Bracer - Superior Strength Icon Enchant Bracer - Superior Strength
Gloves Enchant Gloves - Greater Agility Icon Enchant Gloves - Greater Agility
Legs Lesser Arcanum of Voracity Icon Lesser Arcanum of Voracity - from the quest Libram of Voracity Icon Libram of Voracity in the Burning Steppes.
Feet Enchant Boots - Minor Speed Icon Enchant Boots - Minor Speed or Enchant Boots - Greater Agility Icon Enchant Boots - Greater Agility
Weapon(s) Enchant Weapon - Crusader Icon Enchant Weapon - Crusader
2.

Best Consumables for Rogues

Maximizing your performance in WoW Classic is all about consumables. There are a lot of them (usually they stack) and using them all can have a bigger impact than a full tier of gear upgrades.

With that being said, getting all of the consumables we will mention is extremely expensive, and as such, you should only use as many as you feel comfortable with.

2.1.

Long Buff Consumables for Rogues

2.1.1.

Offensive

  • Elixir of the Mongoose Icon Elixir of the Mongoose increases your Agility by 25 and your Critical Strike Chance by 2% for 1 hour. This is crafted through Alchemy.
  • Juju Power Icon Juju Power increases your Strength by 30 for 30 minutes when used. This is a repeatable quest reward given by Witch Doctor Mau'ari in Everlook, Winterspring.
  • Ground Scorpok Assay Icon Ground Scorpok Assay increases your Agility by 25 for 1 hour. While using this item triggers a 1 hour cooldown on similar items (such as R.O.I.D.S. Icon R.O.I.D.S.), you can still stack the different buffs together by logging out, which will make the cooldown go down, but not the duration of the buff on your character. You get this item from completing Salt of the Scorpok (repeatable quest) in the Blasted Lands.
  • R.O.I.D.S. Icon R.O.I.D.S. increases your Strength by 25 for 1 hour. While using this item triggers an 1 hour cooldown on similar items (such as Ground Scorpok Assay Icon Ground Scorpok Assay), you can still stack the different buffs together by logging out, which will make the cooldown go down, but not the duration of the buff on your character. You get this item from completing Rage of Ages (repeatable quest) in the Blasted Lands.
  • Instant Poison Icon Instant Poison is mandatory for raiding as a Rogue, but if you are doing solo content or dungeons, then you can use Deadly Poison Icon Deadly Poison. This is because Deadly Poison takes up a debuff slot.
2.1.2.

Defensive

  • Flask of the Titans Icon Flask of the Titans increases your health pool by 1200 for 2 hours, and persists through death, making it one of the most powerful consumables for survivability. Unfortunately, it is very expensive to create, and you can only have 1 flask active at any given time, so only use this for big occasions.
  • Monster Omelet Icon Monster Omelet, and similar foods, increase your Stamina and Spirit by 12 for 15 minutes. This is crafted with Cooking.
  • Rumsey Rum Black Label Icon Rumsey Rum Black Label increases your Stamina by 15 for 15 minutes. This is obtained through Fishing.
  • Elixir of Fortitude Icon Elixir of Fortitude increases your max health by 120 for 1 hour. This is crafted through Alchemy.
2.2.

Short Buff Consumables for Rogues

Potions all share a cooldown in WoW Classic. You cannot use multiple potions at the same time, and when you use a potion it will start the cooldown for all potions. That being said, it is still useful to have multiple potions in your bags for different situations. Being in combat does not affect your potion cooldown or availability.

2.2.1.

Offensive

Grilled Squid Icon Grilled Squid is the best offensive food for Rogues. It offers a lot of Agility which is your best stat. The only issue is that Winter Squid Icon Winter Squid is fairly difficult to obtain meaning this consumable could be pretty expensive on your server. If this consumable does end up being expensive then use it sparingly and save for progression or difficult fights.

Blessed Sunfruit Icon Blessed Sunfruit is a good less expensive offensive food option. This instead increases your Strength which is less valuable than Agility but still a strong stat. This food requires Argent Dawn Revered reputation.

Winterfall Firewater Icon Winterfall Firewater is an excellent consumable for Rogues, as it straight up increases your Attack Power. You can farm for this by killing High Chief Winterfall in Winterspring or buying it off the Auction House.

Thistle Tea Icon Thistle Tea grants you 100 Energy when used. Is it crafted with Cooking and the recipe is obtained from the quest Klaven's Tower, which requires 70 Lockpicking skill. You should use this potion when:

2.3.

Health Recovery Consumables for Rogues

2.4.

Fire Resistance Consumables for Rogues

These will mostly be useful during early Molten Core progression, especially on Ragnaros.

2.5.

Damage Consumables for Rogues

Engineering bombs share a general cooldown of 1 minute, which means you should focus on the harder hitting ones that you can afford.

2.6.

Utility Consumables for Rogues

  • Restorative Potion Icon Restorative Potion removes 1 magic, curse, poison, or disease effect from you every 5 seconds for 30 seconds. It is crafted through Alchemy.
  • Free Action Potion Icon Free Action Potion makes you immune to stun and movement impairing effects for 30 seconds, but does not remove effects already on you. It is crafted through Alchemy.
  • Living Action Potion Icon Living Action Potion makes you immune to stun and movement impairing effects for 5 seconds, while also removing any such effects already present on you. It is crafted through Alchemy.
  • Swiftness Potion Icon Swiftness Potion increases your movement speed by 50% for 15 seconds. It is crafted through Alchemy.
3.

Changelog

  • 26 Aug. 2019: Added a note about Grilled Squid.
  • 13 Aug. 2019: Added Winterfall Firewater to consumables list.
  • 20 Jun. 2019: Page added.
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