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4-13-2010 @ 5:29PM
And no more "collapse on the tree, collapse on the tree!" (Heard often during Festergut, directed at the ranged players when a spore appears.)Tree-form ain't just about healing. :)
4-16-2010 @ 7:44AM
We are a bunch of druids in my guild, and we all like our forms. It's me as the cat and sometimes a bear, the moonkin and then the two trees. It's just such an icon of the class. An icon more important then having as many pixels as our fellow raiders. I'd prefer it if they just updated the model.
4-13-2010 @ 6:11PM
"Tree-form ain't just about healing."I couldn't agree more. In our raids the tree is often the rally point for encounters that require people to be here, NOW! because it's easy to see. Sure you can replace it with raid markers, but that's a little more dry than the cries of "Make for the tree!" over Skype.Besides, my night elf rogue SO says he'll still love me if I'm not a tree all the time, but we're still trying to figure out how to explain why mommy will look different to the sproutlings :)
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