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7-01-2010 @ 10:23AM
I’m not saying Druidism would be extremely plausible, but it would certainly be the most likely out of all the options. The Draenei have a close relationship with the night elves. It’s possible that there would be some cultural transfusion between the two groups. Furthermore, the Draenei have illustrated they have more ecological sense than most races. One of the main struggles in the starting zones is cleaning up the environment after it has been polluted by the Exodar crash. Yes, it would be a big change for many Draenei religion-wise, but this is a time of great change for the Draenei people. For the first time in millennia, they’ve become exposed to and entangled with foreign cultures. They’ve also been pushed to the brink of survival, causing many to question traditional beliefs and societal roles. Adding another religion into the culture wouldn’t be an unrealistic move and could add to their internal conflicts, making them a more interesting race. They could do this by expanding on Draenei shaman lore but the inclusion of foreign night elf beliefs could also be interesting.Now, I’m not saying I’d necessarily want Draenei to have druids. They’re already a pretty numerous class, and as mentioned, their introduction would take considerable attention to feel right. Shamans themselves could use better integration into the Draenei storyline. However, Draenei druids aren’t as ludicrous a concept as some of the other new class/race combos and their introduction could add some spice to what is essentially a culture that its way too at ease.Also, we could have squid as an aquatic form. Which would be all kinds of awesomesauce.
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