It's pretty easy for them to add "Class: Rogue" to an item description. And plate wearers straight up do not want agility, anyway, so don't bother suggesting the possibility.
The LFR tool will be an easier difficulty, used just for the tool.Ummm....this would mean you could just zerg it like if it were nerfed?well I'm guessing if it's like that then it will be no fun?Oh and btw I started playing when tbc came out and I was amazed when the hunter legendary came out but still other classes could use it not just us,but this is seriously a 1(underplayed)class weapon.But oh well...P.S. And as for the interview i think it's true.
Have i got like psycic powers or something? Right before the introduction of 3.3 i decided to level a warrior, and we got Shadowmourne, for Cataclysm i decided to focus on my mage, bam, Dragonwrath, and now i finally was arsed to level up a rogue and now we get this? AMG i feel awesome lol.
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From Lancer on MMO-Champion:
For all the people saying that there should be a quest line for the next legendary like the battered hilt of WotLK:one of the legendary aspects of legendaries is that they're very recognizable and unique. If we had different versions of the same legendary, it would make it more difficult to tell who has a legendary and what it is. aside from the fact that it would be kinda silly to have a legendary that can transform on a whim. Im sure that Blizzard COULD do it, but i dont see them wanting to do this and try to work int into the lore as well.personally think it'd suck to have a rogue dagger for the next legendary, but i dont think that changing the legendary w/ a questline is the best way to fix it.
Blizz certainly will follow the same pattern on the new legendary quest line, since it worked out really well. Looking forward to get it on my rogue! :D
Now, only enchantment shamans and tanks are missing their Legendary. I look forward to as an ench shaman, get my Legendary
make it a slow dagger and it will be shaman viable(and just used as mainhand for rogues) ... unless it is 'rogue only' on the wep, like the glaives were 'rogue, warrior' then.. 'dk '.... even though they werent in that expansion lol.....
I would find it extremely weird if anyone but high-end raiders decided to quit over this(that?) weapon. I mean, it's not like a million people will have access to it, and quitting because someone your neighbour's sister might know didn't get his dagger seems a bit... Well, the people who'd quit in that case probably would have anyway.