Glad that Blizzard has decided to have an open thread dedicated completely to player feedback, I decided to read some of what was posted by other Rogues (http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/3123319296 the link if you somehow have not seen it yet, or want to review some posts made).
It left me confused for the most part.
There are people saying they like the "face paced" and "frenetic" playstyle of Rogues. I find these type of comments to come from nearly anyone, regardless of how much they PvE or PvP and their progression in the two. You only need to look at the 1st reply to see a fairly well accomplished PvE Assassination Rogue (who recently downed Heroic Fandral) comment on the fast pace of the Rogue's rotation. This player has 12k achievement points on his Rogue. This leads me to believe he only has his Rogue and other casters at max level.
Later on in the thread someone else mentions how dual wielding Death Knights have a more quicker rotation and play more like a Rogue should. There seems to be a disagreement between Rogues about how our rotation feels. I can't help but feel those who say our rotation is fast are either thinking about it when there is mass energy regeneration (When Overkill or Adrenaline rush are up) or just haven't played a dps Warrior at max level.
Maybe it was because I was expecting a slow and steady rotation when I first tried it (fiancé's arms warrior) and was caught off guard, but it was a lot more fast paced as well as requiring actual resource management needing thought. I firmly believe that Rogues play like a "melee caster" of sorts, meaning using abilities more sparringly and imitating the cast bar.
Does this strike anyone else as odd? Shouldn't the Rogue, the class that wields fast weapons, have the faster rotation and the class with the massive two-hander have a slower rotation?