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12-29-2008 @ 11:14AM
Blizzard has introduced some brilliantly warped legends (like all good mythology should be; really, their Malorne/Elune legend is a crowning moment of awesome for the lore team) and it would be nice to see more druids telling these stories during down time - after all, good old-fashioned druids were storytellers, lawgivers, holy men, and teachers. While I agree that some research needs to be done to get in the 'mindset,' Blizzard has also developed Druidic lore that is used in-game and an RPer can't ignore that. Azeroth functions within its own microcosm, and while some druidic aspects may be pertinent, our have some very well-defined characteristics, habits, rituals, and philosophies. I highly doubt Cenarius would approve of hacking someone's lungs out through his spine or chucking him into a peat bog, so one does need to pay attention to Azerothian druidism, too.Context is everything.
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