Rogue Elite Skills
Most Rogue Elite Skills focus on increasing damage output but are fairly eclectic in terms of actual utility.
 Rogue / Champion
 Rogue / Druid
A mix able to do average Area of Effect damage, but most notable in how it provides self-buffs and healing. Hysteric Vengeance increasing the player's attack rate whenever they are hit every 20 seconds, and Poisonous Antibodies is a helpful spell in Player versus Player environments for preventing constant poisoning. Killin' Time is ridiculous in increasing critical chance and critical damage, providing a massive boost to damage. Slaughter Blessing provides some healing to allies, as well as an increase to damage. Shadow Smash causes Poison Shroud to unleash more damage, and then a sudden blast of Dark damage after it ends. Quick Light Protection causes your stealth ability Blind Spot to cost less and restore health to anyone in your party with the lowest health.
 Rogue / Knight
Rogue / Knights gain a host of self buffs, increasing the damage of Disarmament (Armor Breaker), temporary immunity vs. Poison (Poison Protection), a physical damage buff (Lion's Protection), an anti-magic PVP cooldown (Holy Light Protection), and a cooldown that grants party members temporary immunity to fear (Courageous Guard).
 Rogue / Mage
Rogue / Mages focuses on using projectile weapons to deal damage. With skills that deal damage from a range and up close, Rogue/Mage is a formidable foe and ally in all situations. Their skills include Area of Effect and Crowd Control abilities for the most part, pulling from their Mage inspiration. In keeping with the projectile theme, even their physical attacks and hits received carry an extra projectile thrown at the target.
 Rogue / Priest
The Rogue / Priest combination has a varied elite skill set, giving a party-wide dodge buff (Quickness Aura), an increase in Wound Attack's chance to crit (Wound Tear), the ability to use Sneak Attack when in combat (Shadow Walker), a cooldown making the rogue immune to fear effects for a short time (Fearless), and a powerful strike with a slowing component (Kick).
 Rogue / Scout
Rogue / Scouts lean toward critical hits and buffs to the Scout aspect, including an increase in Shot's chance to critically hit (Deadly Shot), a silence component to Throat Attack (Slit Throat), a cooldown generating energy from successful normal attacks (Energy Thief), a self-buff increasing the chance to crit and damage done by crits (Combat Master), and a cooldown that absorbs one physical attack (Substitute).
 Rogue / Warden
(Warden/Rogue) While this mixture may feel as if not having a two-handed weapon will benefit the Warden aspect of the mix, general skills from both classes (allowing dual-wielding and main-weapon enhancing damage) make this combination quite powerful. The first Hidden Master skill benefits the Hide ability, making stealth a bit more resilient. Crazed Creed keeps the all-important critical strike chance high. Emotional Obstruction, though weakened in PvP, is nevertheless a potent skill to take down Mage- and- Priest-based classes. The second Hidden Master lets your Power of the Wood Spirit be a boon to your whole party, increasing magic and weapon damage. Wound Patch is extremely effective while in combat, as it will heal you over time while depleting a barely-used mana pool. Finally, Phantom Blade (on top of dealing good damage) can summon two Oak Walkers to help you fight, and in combat, numbers matter.
 Rogue / Warlock
 Rogue / Warrior
Rogue / Warriors benefit from a Slow effect added to Throw (Throwing Mastery), an increase in damage done by one-handed axes (One-Hand Axe Mastery), a buff to Whirlwind (Whirlwind Mastery), an effect reducing the effectiveness of heals by a target (Death's Touch), and a skill that causes melee damage in addition to causing Shadowstab and Slash's bleed effects to cause additional poison damage (Poisonous Infection).