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Fire Arrow Rogue Ignored?

Discussion in 'Amazon' started by jonbendale, Jan 31, 2004.

  1. jonbendale

    jonbendale IncGamers Member

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    Fire Arrow Rogue Ignored?

    It seems like no one is using the Fire Arrow Rogue. She works well with my frostmaiden and the cold immunes, uses my old bow (Skydtrike), stays out of trouble & hardly ever dies.

    Another question, frozen enemies don't gush blood with open wounds. Is open wounds ineffective if they're frozen?

    Does anyone else use a Fire Rogue?
     
  2. YogiRat

    YogiRat IncGamers Member

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    If you give your rouge two +all skills items, she will shoot both fire and cold arrows. I find this more effective than a single elemental attack.
     
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    GhostStealer IncGamers Member

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    I used a fire arrow rogue since i have a valk for a tank. I let her have windforce, shaftstop and gaze and she never died. She normally kill hell non boss/ champion monster in 2 ~ 3 hit in when I solo. She's a great protector when I lagged.
     
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    jonbendale IncGamers Member

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    Thanks for the reply. For a while there, I thought I was the player using one!
     
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    Personally, I liked .09 fire arrow rouges better. However, it's possible to get decent elemental damage from the rouges if you have +skill gear and get them leveled high enough. I just don't like the seemingly random nature of the types arrows that are fired.
     

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