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2-13-2008 @ 7:53AM
@ chris"If you wanted discussion of druid talents, why not feature builds about which there is discussion e.g. some of those nuances PvP specs I mentioned, dreamstate Vs ToL/Heavy resto for PvE, balance-resto hybrid Vs feral-resto hybrid for soloing/casual play etc etc."I didn't mean to have a go at you for any lack of druidic knowledge you might have. I simply meant that as you can see, the only real discussion/useful comments that follow this kind of build goes something along the lines of "don't do it dude, just don't." As your own analysis of the build aptly pointed out (with your admitted limited experience of druids), there are many oddities here. Now, if the intention of buildshop is to feature quirky builds (anyone remember the druid sealion build that cropped up on the EU forums?) that people (other druids) can look at and laugh/comment, then this might be a good choice. However, to reach a wider audience than that of the class in question's experts, I think you need to follow the idea that Davidchiller mentioned - the core builds and their variants (which are easy to research). This, imo would make the comments more insightful and useful for druids and non-druids alike. BTW. I do enjoy reading buildshop and the comments that always teach me more about classes that I know less about, and I don't think that a class expert is needed to do the job - I think that you, as a non-druid, are far better positioned to raise questions and point out issues of confusion that then might prompt decent responses from the community :-)
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