My main is an Assassination Rogue.
Main Profs are engineering and JC.
Angelimorti - Ravenholdt Server
Engi Enchants are on my gloves Armory just seems to be buggy...
This is the only class I have played since I started WoW near the end of wrath. I feel I know this class well and I play it well. I dont claim to be pro but I feel I play it very well which has had a lot of people ask me to raid with them on my server since I do try and end up doing very well on the DPS meters for boss fights (Always good for single target....but that's an assassination thing)
Reason for this post is I have tried to research this but haven't got much of a clear answer.
I got in an argument with a guildie today who has never played a rogue trying to tell me that engineering is trash and tailoring is better.
I have the Synapse Springs Engineer enchant on my gloves. They give me the extra 1920 agility for 10 seconds once every minute.
My guildie was telling me the Tailoring only enchant Swordguard Embroidery was better then the synapse springs enchant - It gives 4000 AP proc for 15 seconds. With an ICD of 50 or so seconds on the proc..im not sure.
After reading a lot of sites I am under the impression that the Engi enchant is better then the Tailoring one.
Is this true. I am not a mechanics buff, Ive never delved deep into these things but I use Icyveins, mmo-champ, wowpopular and elitest jerks for a learning resource. (Id love to learn more however).
How does AP work compared to base stat buffs like Agility? Which is better? The Swordgaurd (4000 AP random Proc for 15 secs) or the Synapse Springs (1920 agility guaranteed every 1 min for 10 secs).
Could someone break it down for me? I read that Synapse buff stacks with other buffs but swordguard AP buff don't?
Pretty much whats the bottom line here? Thats what I'm looking for with a but of a mechanics breakdown if no one minds (a little mathematics I suppose lol)
Or I could just tell him that once he makes a rogue and learns how to play it then he can get back to me on his opinions lol...
Thank you for reading and responding.