My day now consists of A) getting up at 4am; B) learning about products and packages until 2pm; C) coming home and passing out before starting it all up again.
I am working 6 days to get my 40 hours in, too. The joys of the J O B. hehe
So, as soon as my weekend started mid-Saturday, I decided to level my rogue. This is my rogue, Ravyyn:
Now, I have six 85's already. I have NOT been doing my Hyjal dailies even on my main. I just can't seem to get into them--they are repetitious and boring, imho. Also, I am trying to get this blog back to being "My World of Whoa" and not "My World of Woe"...
Seriously, the ganking situation may have improved, but I decided I really do not want my mornings muddied with expletives and generalized faction slander, followed by the hurling of some various object, usually my headset.
So I started leveling my rogue, in between Plants vs Zombies. Plants vs Zombies has become my new comfort. When I only have a few minutes, or seriously little patience for playing mains on a pvp server, I hit PvZ instead.
But I digress. I started leveling my rogue, and I got her from level 52 to level 61 between Saturday afternoon and Sunday night. Yay!
I had her in combat spec to begin with. I believe I had switched from her assassination spec to add talent points and had just left her in it. I was doing about 220 dps according to recount, and she was usually dead last for dps in the few randoms I did. This was Saturday.
Sunday, after several levels, I decided to add the talents in assassination and play her in that spec awhile, to get used to the rotation and set up my bars again, etc.
WHOA! What a difference a spec makes! Now, I know I went up past 60, but I was still only doing @ 220 dps in combat. I started doing anywhere from 380 to 450 dps in assassination--that's right, double what I was doing in combat with her. So, I either am not doing things right in combat, or at this level assassination simply rocks.
It's probably me. I'm a druid at heart.