There are 3 dagger weapons you can pick from and you can use ANY combination of the … As far as gear is concerned, look for any “of the Monkey” or equivalent items that have both Agility and Stamina. Other stats like Attack Power, Crit % and Hit % are also good to have. Strength, on the other hand, is a fairly mediocre stat for Rogues, providing only 1 AP, whereas Agility gives 1 AP in addition to Crit, Dodge and Armor. Whether you’re twinking or leveling, you can find the best gear listed in myTwink Weapons and Twink Armor charts.
Also, if you have the gold to spare, Fiery Weapon is a good, relatively inexpensive enchant to put on your weapons while leveling. Regardless of your choice of weapons or spec, you’ll want a slow, hard hitting main hand weapon with high cowboy tuxedo with jeans average damage to maximize your special attack damage. For your offhand, you’d prefer a high-DPS, fast offhand for increased proc effects like poisons and weapon specializations, but don’t stress over your offhand weapon while leveling.
The player will be given two Daggers as well as two 1H-Swords as well as a variety of poisons from the Azeroth Survival kit when you start. This will ensure that you are equipped with the appropriate equipment for the spec you have chosen. There are many “get out jail free” cards for Rogues.
There are some consumables which I would count as ‘sweaty player’ usage consumes. They are kind of annoying to use or obtain, but they do provide you extra dps. Ideally you pop your haste potion every time you use your other 2 min cooldowns to stack them all up (Blade Flurry + Drums + Haste Potion + Active trinket). It’s much better to just have the ideal hit you want from permanent gear/gems, and use one of the +20 agi food options for raw dps gain.
I’ve never been a big fan of questing to level, as they can be a time suck if you don’t complete them quickly. But there are so many, you can just run around killing everything in the zone and complete a ton of them in the process of your grind. I realize that my personal leveling strategy will keep me from killing mobs 3-5 levels below me, but I will do what I must to stay ahead of the curve. Hopefully by the time I get to 67, I will be far enough ahead where I can kill stuff 3-5 levels below me. What I won’t do is try to go into zones where mobs are 2+ levels above me. Gives you a 45% chance to add a combo point to your target after dodging their attack or fully resisting one of their spells.