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6-03-2009 @ 4:22PM
IT'S GOTTA BE A DRUID!Yes, paladins offer the same versatility in endgame, but as someone with an 80 resto/balance druid and an 80 prot/ret pally, I can't imagine healing on my paladin. If you want a complete arsenal of healing spells (since healers are still able to be "niched") and the ability to tank (since Blizzard tells us all tanks are created equal), you have to play the druid.The pures just don't offer the versatility the hybrids do and who is more versatile that a druid?
6-03-2009 @ 5:08PM
You have a good point.But some people actually don't like versatility.
6-04-2009 @ 5:27AM
Besides versatility, leveling as Feral is cake and a half. I started a Druid alt and put it to the side for a while because it was just too easy. When I hit 35 I was in Tanaris with killing critters 5 to 6 levels higher... which is just silly. I also leveled as tanky Feral and would just plow through crowds of mobs. He's currently 78 and farming leather in Sholazar Basin. Crowds of up to 12 rhinos and cats he just muscles through... it's pretty insane.
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