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4-10-2010 @ 10:45PM
@ LissannaAs stated in other posts... It doesn't matter the exact details of what the form can do. It has made much progress over the last couple years and that was a good thing. We have been expecting more progress and I'm not saying that this isn't it. It's just a matter of getting healing Druids further into the niche of the class and then going backwards for whack reasoning doesn't make sense. You can talk all day about how it used to be. Or how this could work. The point is this is a lazy step away from what building a Druid for 5 years should end up as. If you don't like that class then you don't have to worry about it.
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