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7-10-2009 @ 2:02AM
Excellent article! Hope to hear more from the author soon.I've played druid since level 1 vanilla and have really reveled in its flexibility. Not so many players get the experience of filling every role which is of great benefit to anyone who might fall into the role of raid leader someday... (Surely people don't ELECT to do that job?) In the early days it was more challenging to perform non-healing roles adequately but somehow I've usually managed to pull it off and at least made dismal failures entertaining nonetheless.I'll always be a cat first, bear 2nd, tree 3rd and chicken of doom with space lasers last... and while I'm no great shakes as a caster, overall the experience has given me insight to playing other classes. (part-time, for variety and fun) I might be mediocre as a tree but having played as one let me do really well with a priest, for example.I've also felt a bit of similarity between cat melee and unholy dps deathknight (7/10/54) in that you have a juggling set of priorities as opposed to a mindless rotation, with options for some impressive wipe-saving abilities. (a bit less so for the unholy dk)Even though we sometimes fight, I still notice a bit of kinship between druids of opposing factions. "Enemy" druids are very often more likely for friendly interaction.I'll be looking forward to the next article...Go the druids!
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