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9-16-2011 @ 4:59PM
Hey,I've never commented on here before, but the topic holds an interest for me. I too completed the Druid feedback form and actually agree on the Moonkin/Eclipse positions. My question (feedback on the forums) would be why not solve both problems at once?My idea goes like this: keep Eclipse as is. Turn Moonkin Form (the talent) and Euphoria into Dreamform. This talent would result in the following: When an Eclipse procs the Druid receives 5% of max mana back, and all party members receive a benefit equal to 2.5% of the Druid's maximum mana. In a Lunar Eclipse you take on the Moonkin form and gain benefits related to arcane spells (a free Starfire or double damage Moonfire during the Eclipse, etc...), a brief aura bonus for your team, and other benefits or set-backs needed to balance it out. In a Solar Eclipse you take on the Treant form and gain benefits related to offensive nature spells (double damage Wrath, summon a fourth Treant, etc...), a brief aura bonus for your team, and other benefits or set-backs needed to balance it out.To make it fair (limit form sitting) the form would have a time limit. Since each charge requires 50 points in either Solar or Lunar make the form change last 50 seconds or until the Solar or Lunar energy is used up.Though it reuses the Treant form it is neither the same as a cooldown, nor would it affect the same spells in the same ways. This keeps the unique flavor for each of the specs while enabling more people to see Treant form.A Minor Glyph for this talent could be to make one form or the other appear for both transformations.I know my idea is pie-in-the-sky, and unlikely to garner support from many players or the devs, but it solves the problems posed by this article.
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