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8-25-2009 @ 11:36AM
I can't wait to see the new druid forms for the worgen and trolls. I play alliance and couldn't be happier to have another choice when making a druid. I'm not a fan of the NE and let's be honest. The worgen are just cooler.
8-25-2009 @ 11:48AM
This! I'm really excited to see how they will handle the new druid forms. Will they also be including new ToL and Moonkin forms in the expansion? Would be nice.
8-25-2009 @ 11:49AM
I too am looking forward to rolling a Worgen Druid.Currently a Tauren Druid, I have been toying with the idea of creating a Night Elf druid, if only to experience the Alliance side of the game, having only played on Horde my whole WoW time.The Worgen give me a different opportunity to roll an Alliance druid as, like you Andrew, I am not exactly a huge fan of Nelfs either. But the new, ferocious Worgen would be perfectly suited for a nice, new Feral Druid, in my opinon.On the other hand, I might level up a Nelf Druid now, and then a Worgen Druid -and- a Troll druid post-Cataclysm, just for the experience of each class and leveling experience (hopefully leveling will be new and refreshed with Azeroth being torn asunder).
8-25-2009 @ 11:52AM
I'm saying goodbye to my Moo-Cow Druid as we type.
8-25-2009 @ 11:59AM
But the fact is that you will actually be seeing very little of the worgen form. Out of combat you can strut around in it, but in combat you will be in cat/bear/moonkin/tree/travel/aquatic form pretty much all the time. You might as well be a human druid for all you will see of the true worgen form.Nah, if you really think worgen look cool just roll a class that gets to be all feral and up in the face, like a Rogue or Warrior.
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