Okay.. So i did some dummy training on orgrimmar.. And i found out this rotation to be very effective .. (Still not very geared so "Effective")
Its consist of this:
Stealh > Cheap Shot > Shadow Dance > Ambush (Until CD is off again) > Kidney Shot > Hemorrage > Eviscerate. And the target is normally dead for me if there is no healers or shit like that around... I want to put a trinket on the Shadow Dance. So i get more agaility before i do Ambush.. But don't know yet.
Is this a decent opener? Anything i should change on ? Any way of binding the Trinket ??
Can't say for the rotation, seeing as I'm not much of a pvper. Seeing as PVP is generally unpredictable, I'd say you shouldn't restrict yourself to a "burst rotation" too much. You have to make quick decisions on the fly; For all you know, he might trinket the Cheap Shot or the Kidney, in which case you'd have to think of something else.
But yeah, I don't really PVP so I'm just talking out of my ass... :P
Last edited by Incineration; 2012-06-14 at 07:23 PM.
Yeah i know what you're saying.. I normally find another soltution if the guy trinkets.. Which also would be horrible.. To trinket an opner.. Since I'll most likely have 5 Combo points. And then I'll just kidney and Shadow Step. Loosing one Stun yeah, but he loses he's way out
Since cheap shot procs find weakness, for max burst i'd go with cheap-->shadowstep-->ambush spam, and get kidney shot up when cheap is about to go off.
I don't quite understand your hemo-->evisc. why?
also: yes, pvp will be unpredictable, but you're kinda safe on opening with this sequence for this reason: non-rogues tend to counter your opener, so you being with 5 CPs will allow for a full kidney, although with diminishing returns from cheap shot, and a quick recovery to take profit from your last shadow dance seconds.