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9-17-2011 @ 12:14PM
I do believe that I have rolled a druid. In fact, I'm pretty sure I have multiple maxed level druids at this point. My main, my original druid that I have had since this game was released, was a druid and I most certainly did not roll him because of the ability for druids to shapeshift. I love druids in all games, partially D&D based games, but the one thing I hate about druids in all of those games is their ability to shapeshift. Druid shapeshifting forms in most D&D based games have always been exceptionally weak, terribly balanced, and not worth the sacrifice of giving up all of their wonderful healing/offensive/support based spells. In those games, when I make a druid, I make them a pure, raw caster. Instead of taking a mage or sorcerer as my offensive caster, I use a druid. When it came to rolling a druid in WoW, I looked at the talent trees, and, lo and behold, there was the exact thing I was looking for. The balance spec. It focused on casting, had nothing to do with shapeshifting, and was the offensive/support caster of my dreams. I was drawn to the spec because I wanted to be an offensive, nature based caster. Whether I have Moonkin Form of not doesn't matter to me. I might like the idea of running without Moonkin Form, and I probably would do so given the choice, but the reality is that it's not a huge deal to me, personally, either way. I play the game to down new raid content, that's it. How I look is secondary.
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