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4-13-2010 @ 5:15PM
Great article! I've never played a druid but it was still a relevant read.
4-13-2010 @ 10:40PM
I have been playing a resto drood since vanilla wow. Personally it wouldn't break my heart to see the tree go. What does a 'tree form' have to do with healing.............now I do agree we should have a special healing form, how bout something like the centaurs in Nexus where we keep our top part looking like our toon but still get to shift to a shape. Something along those lines would be my preference
4-14-2010 @ 11:24PM
"What does a 'tree form' have to do with healing............."I would say the same thing the World Tree does for the Night Elves.. and you missed this after all these years of playing a resto druid?
4-14-2010 @ 4:16AM
I don't think many Tauren would like shape-shifting into Centaurs.
4-14-2010 @ 9:20AM
Good article! Personally I'm very excited about this change, I love the healing style of my Druid but I absolutely hate the low-polygon and just plain ugly model of the Tree form. I mean, come on, the leaves aren't even green? I would've been happy with a graphical overhaul (such as the feral forms received), but I'm not sad to see it go.
4-21-2010 @ 8:16AM
what does centaur form have to do with healing?
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