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Are dual swords fine for a rogue?

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7 years ago#31
Yeah, FIst/Sword is fine compared to Combat Swords
It's more fine than Combat Daggers too
Sword MH Fist OH not so
7 years ago#32
If you are semi-skilled and understand the concept of stunlocking, daggers are just fine for leveling since BS nearly always crits and 2 BS crits = mob dead.

Cheap shot -> Backstab -> kidney shot -> Backstab -> spam shiv with instant psn OH if mob isn't dead by then, better sustained DPS than using SS leveling as daggers anyways. Not like its hard to do this, people recommend swords because they are lazy, this kills mobs just a second or 2 slower, and you take 80-90% less damage from the mob, so less time healing/money spent on healing stuff.
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7 years ago#33
People recommend swords because they are better for leveling.

7 years ago#34
Damn, I shouldn't have thrown those awesome swords. >_<
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