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    Rift Chaser
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    Default IS Sabotuer a must in rogue build?

    Since you can increase dexterity by 15%? Im currently using bladedancer/assasin/nightblade. I dont have any talent points spent in nightblade yet

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    Not really necessary. 15% dexterity is fairly nice, but a lot of rogue builds look into the lower tiers of Nightblade and Assassin to pick up pure DPS talents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucubration View Post
    Not really necessary. 15% dexterity is fairly nice, but a lot of rogue builds look into the lower tiers of Nightblade and Assassin to pick up pure DPS talents.
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    Depends on what you are doing but I don't think it's necessary. I only have one role that has Sabo in it and was originally leveling with it. At around 38 though, I completely stopped using it for leveling. Now in the expert dungeons, I still don't use it. In experts, I'm generally running marksman/assassin/ranger. While soloing, just riftstalker/assassin/nightblade. In PvP is does help but again, I find that I can more lethal with marksman than sabo.
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    when we get a new teir of raiding you will prolly see a shift away from teh 5% crit talents to 15% dex becasue people will hit the threshold for when 15% dex > 5% crit... you currently cannot get enough dex in whats out now to get over that hump

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