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6-05-2007 @ 6:29PM
The OP's comments about PvP are accurate, but for all the would be druids out there I think they're a bit sugar coated.The learning curve on PvP WILL be hard. I think that the truly gifted druids out there can handle it with ease, but I've found PvP to be pretty discouraging. Yes you can do all these things, and with planning/strategy be in the form you want to do what you want to be able to do at a given time, but what happens when you need to do more than one thing at a time? For example, what if you need to be able to heal to keep your side up but take some damage at the same time? You have all the forms, but the exclusivity can be your undoing unless you're good at using them. Also, getting to the degree of gear where your specialization starts truly competing with more pure classes can be a challenge.The class is fun and rewarding, but be prepared to work for it.
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