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7-19-2011 @ 7:33AM
Even on my highly populated PvP realm, Tauren and Night Elf (and now Troll and Worgen) druids always maintained a respectful peace in Moonglade. And even in the rest of the game world (outside battlegrounds and arenas), it almost feels dishonorable to be the first druid to attack another.
7-19-2011 @ 8:18AM
I agree. It's a very rare moment that I do see the druids attack each other outright. It's always those filthy warriors that om nom nom the druids. Cyclone doesn't count.
7-19-2011 @ 9:39AM
Mmmm. Maybe.I know that as a Moonkin I am drawn to other Moonkin in Battlegrounds. I have a "target fixation" on Horde Moonkins. Also, it's kinda fun when both of you end up typhooning each other at the same time. You juts know the other Druid is laughing at the same time you are while plummeting backwards off the flag spot in EoS. Good times.But, outside of BGs, I do like my Druid kin no matter how ugly they may be.
7-19-2011 @ 3:16PM
I remember druid pact from vanilla. The servers I played on then all had druid pact, and no druid ever attacked another druid unless provoked by a player of another class. I stopped playing druid with BC, so I don't know whether it persisted, but I've heard that it didn't really continue after that.
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