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10-14-2010 @ 9:19AM
They're ok new models, aside from the leaf beard.. as a female (former) tree druid, now resto caster looking druid. I'll probably never see that form when it goes live because it's unlikely I'll waste a button/click on switching to tree then casting a heal to have it go away in 30 seconds. I mean in a dire situation i'm thinking fast heal - like swiftmend/healing touch as a 2 button heal, not omg tree/rejouv or some other heal.. or even worse a 3 button heal - tree/swift/healing touch. Now if these were a perma-tree form, and I'd be looking at it every time I did a dungeon, I'd care a little more than I had a beard of leaves. Its nice that they thought a little bit about people liking the older form and creating a minor glyph for it. But to see it for 30 seconds every 5 mins (if its spammed every time its off CD, which to me would get highly annoying to have to look/remember and go into it, but if i don't need it its a waste of a CD thing) I don't think it matters much. Now, if they thought of a vanity glyph, why not a perma-glyph. Like the frost mage's water elemental, thats a 30 second thing with a CD, but if you've got the glyph its there like a pet till its dismissed. That would be a nice option.I've got to agree with what a lot of people are saying about updated other form models. Not that I have much to complain about with moonkin, I don't use that one. But I wondered why travel cat, sea lion, and flying form were never given faction-specific counterparts the way cat and bear were. My tauren kitty and bear have horns, something that makes them different from my night elf. Travel and sealion are exactly the same, even the color.. and the only thing that makes flight different is the color. I can't say for certain whether or not moonkin has differences, my tauren is resto, therefore no moonkin.
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