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4-10-2010 @ 10:31PM
Tree of Life was never meant to be a form that healing druids spent all their time in. It was designed to be situational in Burning Crusade.The very first version could only cast HOTs: Regrowth, Rejuv, lifebloom, & swiftmend... and not much else. The very first version had a 50% speed debuff. You couldn't drink water and I'm not even sure if you could use mana potions or innervate (even though the form had a mana cost). I think you could cleanse poisons but not curses, and you couldn't battle res from the form, and it was hardly ever used in PvP. They took away a lot of the restrictions over time, and made the form something that druids stayed in more permanently, but this permanently in form is actually a VERY new thing (WotLK), and hasn't really been around that long. At the same time, tree form became something over the last year or two that people have become to really enjoy graphically, even if it were to serve no real functional purpose. So, changing how people look in-game seems to be something that people are particularly passionate about.
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