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7-21-2010 @ 8:20AM
Are you sure it's just ferals? I leveled as balance and back then (when the game first came out) the bond seemed very much alive, probably because resto aside we were so generally gimped. I think ferals might experience that little bit more due to being in form more often, but I've certainly found the druid bond is there, more so than any class I've leveled.Back then it was also strengthened by being the own class with its own zone (sure, other people could go there, but before the lunar festival nobody really did!)
7-21-2010 @ 10:17AM
It's not just feral druids. Tree & moonkin druids will do it, too. It started out in Vanilla WoW when there weren't very many of us. When we saw eachother in moonglade, we were so happy to see another one of our "kind" that we would generally try to be nice and greet them. When we got our new dances for the first time, you'd end up with big dance parties in moonglade near the trainer, because you'd end up with lots of us there to hit up the trainer after a major patch. If you see another druid dancing, it's hard to fight the urge to dance with them. We had moonkin dance parties when we first got moonkin, and tree parties when we first got tree forms, and bear/cat parties when we first got bear & cat. I think dance parties were much less common before all our forms could dance, though it was always part of druid culture to be nice to other druids. At this point, we can't help it - it's the dance.
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