Because there’s no wisdom like rogue wisdom.
Rogues are like tacos: The good ones are hard to find. The bad ones are everywhere and usually cause massive gastrointestinal distress.
(via Troelvah, 2/23/2013)
Ask not what your rogues can do for you; ask what you can do for that hole we made in your pocket while you were asking.
When the wind of change blows, some build walls, while rogues use Shadowstep.
Mind-Numbing Poison never dulls the pain.
(via Tichar, 12/7/2012)
In the country of the Blind, the one-eyed man is king. But he’s still gonna be incapacitated for the next 8 seconds.
If poisons make the rogue, then leaves make the tree.
(partly via Verelyse, 12/6/2012)
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to Pick Pocket and you feed him for a lifetime.
Rogue who runs in front of mechanohog will get tired. Rogue who runs behind mechanohog will be exhausted.
(via Kaganfindel, 12/4/2012)
To Ice Block a Kidney Shot is human; to Gouge a Blink, divine.
(via Aeriwen, 12/4/2012)
The pen is mightier than the sword, but it can’t proc Deadly Poison nearly as frequently.
What is best in life? To stab your enemies, see them stunned before you, and to hear the lamentations of their healers.
(via Aeriwen, 12/1/2012)
A dagger to the heart is dangerous, but a dagger to the kidney is stunningly so.
(via Kagekama, 12/1/2012)
Silence is a true friend who never betrays, so bring plenty of garrote wire.
(via Pushßutton, 12/1/2012)
Secret to capping expertise is to make sure cap fits head just right.
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in the low damage that we take from falls.
(via Demeia, 12/1/2012)
Rogue who put hand in pocket to pick, feel cocky all day.
(via Whisper, 11/20/2012)
Rogues are balanced, have daggers in both hands.
(via Madsushi, 11/30/2012)
Rogue with one dagger go hungry.
(via Madsushi, 11/30/2012)
Crowded elevator ride smell different to goblins and gnomes.
(via Déspawn, 11/30/2012)
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, and I’m /ignoring you so you can’t make me fall to my death on Elegon again.
Like sands through the hourglass, so are the flays of our knives.
A bird in the hand is significantly less effective than a 1.8-speed epic dagger.
Wherever you go, go with all of your heart. That, or the heart of another victim. Either works.
(via Layke, 11/30/2012)
Rogue who lives by the sword dies by the sword, because he really should have just picked it up and equipped it.
Give a man a kill and he may become an ally, teach a man to kill and he may become a liability.
(via Aeriwen, 11/30/2012)
Food may be the way to a man’s heart, but a dagger is a whole lot more efficient.
Roguefucius the Blacksmith Auctioneer say:
He who smelted it dealt it.