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2-09-2007 @ 5:18AM
It seems to me that most posts on this thread are Dps classes. That or they have never played a feral druid etc.I would just like to say that some of the people here saying that druids should be pooping out of forms to help heal etc is utter rubbish, the only exception to this being in 'cat form'.If you have a Druid tanking for you in an instance it is NOT clever to be shifting out and attempting to help heal, if we do that then we LOSE all the rage we had aquired b4 hand, thus meaning that the druid is then likely to lose aggro pretty fast and will end up causing a wipe anyway. The druid should never need to switch out to heal themselves because they should be using Frenzied Regeneration, if the druid needs more of a health boost than this then its either been a bad pull or the healer is not doing thier job properly.On the other hand though there is no reason for the druid not switching out in cat form because they have nothing to lose but combo points / energy.I have played all specs on my Druid (feral atm, although i only specced balance for a short period at lower levels b4 speccin into resto). I know the strengths and weaknesses of both and my advise to the people moaning about us would be - play a druid / priest / shamen before you start bitching and moaning about how they should be played. Its not as Black and White as you think.
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