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5-08-2011 @ 5:11PM
After the first Well of Eternity was lost, Kaldorei culture (to the best of my knowledge) was clearly cut in 2 halves: Females being dominant and taking leading roles as warriors/rangers and high priestess's of Elune. The males...well was mostly restriced to being druids. Expeptions do occur: Valstann Staghelm for example is listed as a warrior in Wowpedia.This is how things rolled for more or less 8000 years, plenty of time for these cultural attitudes to sink deep into their society. When the Kaldorei joined the Alliance and was forced to a exponentially more active role in the world, it was stated to abolish gender-specific roles for Kaldorei. Males could become priests and sentinels and female to become druids.As for your question i can think of 2 answers. Firstly is that female nelf druids of today have been practising their arts for far more than (remember the exceptions?) 20 or so years OR that individuals have such great innate talents for druidic arts to greatly lessen the time to become a ''Archdruidess'' for example. Remember that the Kaldorei's specific pre-Alliance roles were purely cultural, they just decided that we shall do things this way for now on.
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