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9-11-2007 @ 8:38PM
I think the primary reason in WoW for the Druid races was the connection to nature. In WC3, the Night Elves had a special kinship with nature, which is something inherently Druidic. It barely needs explanation: it simply makes sense. Humans have no such connection to nature (they can't even be Hunters, who have a sort of kinship with nature through beast taming). Humans are either melee fighters or magic users. And using magic is not the same as drawing power from natural forces.As for Taurens, it sort of fits, though I think that race was given Druids primarily for Horde/Alliance balance reasons. To their credit, Blizzard has done a reasonably good job of making Tauren Druids credible.
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