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    Default Enduring Brew

    Howdy, Rogues.

    I've been 50 for awhile on my Assasin/Rift/Blade.

    I'm looking at fine-tuning my spec as I was full-fledged newbie when I started Rift (no beta, no pre-research).

    I have a pretty solid PvE spec in terms of doing dailies, grinding mats, etc--Rift Scavenger is amazing.

    I took Enduring Brew, but I have yet to find a decent usage for it, other than killing yourself in Sanctum when really, really bored.

    The only thing it's doing is taking up a talent point and a hotkey slot.

    Is the skill as bad as it looks?

    Or do I lack creativity in finding an application for it?

    How do you use it?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murdertrain View Post
    Howdy, Rogues.

    I've been 50 for awhile on my Assasin/Rift/Blade.

    I'm looking at fine-tuning my spec as I was full-fledged newbie when I started Rift (no beta, no pre-research).

    I have a pretty solid PvE spec in terms of doing dailies, grinding mats, etc--Rift Scavenger is amazing.

    I took Enduring Brew, but I have yet to find a decent usage for it, other than killing yourself in Sanctum when really, really bored.

    The only thing it's doing is taking up a talent point and a hotkey slot.

    Is the skill as bad as it looks?

    Or do I lack creativity in finding an application for it?

    How do you use it?

    Thanks.
    just dont bother with it, its completely worthless, considering how paper thin we are when faced with most types of damage, the small amount of hp it restores is not worth it.

    stick the talent point elsewhere and stock up on potions. even with their one minute cooldown they are infinitely better than brew.

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    Enduring brew is kind of like the ace in the hole. I've had a couple PvP fights where the small heal gave me enough to put down my opponent.

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    Default How to:

    As a rogue this is what you need to do to tweak your spec:
    1. Log out of your Rogue to the character select sceen
    2. Locate the "Delete" button
    3. Acknowledge you want to "Delete"
    4. Create a new character
    5. Choose the Mage class
    6. Win

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ribo View Post
    Enduring brew is kind of like the ace in the hole. I've had a couple PvP fights where the small heal gave me enough to put down my opponent.
    At 50 the amount it heals is so negligible that it's not worth the one point spent on it.

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    Terrible skill. You can try to break incapacite if you use it before being cced, that's all.

    I felt dirty when I had to put points in enduring brew, poison potency and poison mastery for reach serpent strike.



    Oh, you can improve your DPS (and healing) in the Warfront preparation time. So op.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murdertrain View Post
    Howdy, Rogues.

    I took Enduring Brew, but I have yet to find a decent usage for it, other than killing yourself in Sanctum when really, really bored.

    The only thing it's doing is taking up a talent point and a hotkey slot.

    Is the skill as bad as it looks?
    .
    It's pretty useless unless you PVP. In PVP situations you can use it to keep bards from mezing you. SOmetimes it's nice to pop it to keep from dying in a last ditch situation...

    It's a pretty crappy ability along with all of our poison points. It's like they ran out of ideas and decided to just use some really overly expensive talents.
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