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9-16-2011 @ 6:55PM
My only and only alt is a boomkin and the only reason I rolled a druid was to be a boomkin.I love it. I don't think it should be a choice as your choice was made when you rolled for a druid and chose balance. I also think tree form needs to come back full time.When I rolled druid and went balance, I didn't know about the eclipse system.It sucks! It sucks hardcore.It feels like punishment. I did something wrong by using a certain spell and now my dps will suffer cause of it and it takes a good amount of time to get out of that punishment.Id love if they got rid of the eclipse system entirely.Just give us a rotation that doesn't rely on being in a sunny day or a starry night. You don't see a lot of boomkins in the game now. It's a bad system and it needs to be eliminated.
9-17-2011 @ 6:02AM
So those who want rid of Moonkin form shouldn't be given a choice because already made one...But you didn't know about the Eclipse mechanic when you picked Balance and as a result feel entitled to having it removed?Do you see the contradiction?Some people, though I'm sure they are in the minority, may have not known about moonkin when they chose balance. Others, like me, may have been balance before Moonkin was implemented (for what little it was worth back then).Not having a go at you but felt I had to highlight that.
9-17-2011 @ 12:26PM
There was no Moonkin Form when I made my druid.I played for over a year without having it before I was forced into seeing it for going on six years now. When did I make this choice?
9-17-2011 @ 12:30PM
I didn't know that. Okay. I take that back for those who went balance before there was a boomkin form.
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