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    Soulwalker
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    Default single target or multiple in dungeons?

    when facing more then 1 mob (not the cheap trash ones) is it better 2 use a macro that has shadow fire and fan out or use a single target macro that has shadow fire-piercing-splinter-quick shot the alternat between 2 finishing macros - (bullseye -rapid fire) and head shot when the macro is on cd ??

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    Champion of Telara
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonexecutioner View Post
    when facing more then 1 mob (not the cheap trash ones) is it better 2 use a macro that has shadow fire and fan out or use a single target macro that has shadow fire-piercing-splinter-quick shot the alternat between 2 finishing macros - (bullseye -rapid fire) and head shot when the macro is on cd ??
    I recently picked my rogue up again recently after leaving him gathering dust for a long while.

    Im using a 44/22 MM/Ranger spec atm (yeah i dunno either, still learning and experimenting). I tend to start with Shadow fire ST or Multi target. I use Trick-shot for smaller groups, LF & FO for larger ones. Since Trick Shot generates CP you can use finishers rather than spamming fan out.

    I tend to use hasted shot and swift shot rather than the ranger ones too.

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    Get your damage buffs up, proceed with aoe spam.
    So long, and thanks for all the fish~

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    aoe for dps-parsers
    single-target for fun
    in my opinion at least
    Sotiria, GM of Fade Legion.. Founder of Covenant(Argent)
    pew pew rogue
    4/4, 2/4, 1/5

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