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2-05-2009 @ 1:41PM
While I disagree with the QQ aspect of this comment, there is a definite note of concern that no one ever addresses, especially in PvP. A healer being able to instantly throw on plate armor when he is focused is nuts. A caster (already in plate) being able to stealth out and stun someone for an opener is crazy OP in PvP.It doesn't fit from a lore standpoint either. Druids weren't crazy multi-form shapeshifters like they are today. They were fully attuned to the spirit of ONE creature. Druids of the Claw turned into bears, Druids of the Talon turned into Ravens, Druids of the Fang turned into snakes, etc.IMO, druids should have to make a choice on forms around level 40. At that point you have had enough time to decide what you want to be. Tree of Life, Moonkin form, Dire bear, and cat form should all be talents that buff you significantly when you're shifted (which druids already are) and lock you out of any other forms except travel form. You can shift into your chosen form or cheetah out, but that's it. No more going from cat to tree to bear as needed in PvP. If you want the buff that comes from being a moonkin, a tree, a cat (which would need a new dire cat form or something), or a bear, you have to forego the other forms. All the other classes have to choose their role and accept the penalties that come along with it. Druids don't really have to make that choice, at least not to the same extent the other classes do.
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