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3-04-2011 @ 8:07AM
Druids...I just can't play them. I've tried with all the different races, but can't get one past level 12.
3-04-2011 @ 8:59AM
Right there with ya.
3-04-2011 @ 9:25AM
If you want, I suggest that you roll a balance Druid. I hated leveling a Druid as feral multiple times in the past so with the cata talent trees, I went balance and used the LFG tool and quested in the revamped zones. WOW! what a breeze. It was so much fun and the new balance tug-o-war bar between sun and moon eclipses keeps your rotation fresh and fun.I'm currently lvl 72, 450 herb and 425 script tauren. I never thought I would have this much fun on a Druid.As to the topic: Can't play a warlock. I find my Mage, Priest and Druid much more fun to play.
3-04-2011 @ 10:07AM
Yep, could never get past the whole hybrid casting, meleeing, shifting thing. Maybe I'm playing it wrong but I've never taken one past level 10.
3-04-2011 @ 10:25AM
Balance love is my Druid story too. Combined with Troll love.I tried a couple of times to roll a Tauren druid, but sorry to say, I could never get into it. I love trolls, though, and I like playing casters a lot, so come the Shattering I knew I was going to try a troll boomkin for levelling and see how it went. Sought out the heirlooms in advance and all.I rolled her the day the Shattering hit. Holy sheet. I barely played anything else for those couple of weeks. Zapping things back and forth was just awesome fun. It was kind of embarrassing being able to two-shot most mobs, and one-shot when the sun and moon aligned just right. :) Some of that was the heirlooms, of course, but either way it is a hugely fun spec to play now while levelling.By the time Cataclysm launched, she was level 56. I've gone back to her recently, and I'm looking forward to getting her to 85.
3-04-2011 @ 12:18PM
I've tried to take a druid through westfall, but in an area where I easily play other classes my druid keeps dying. Give me a warrior any day.
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