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9-18-2011 @ 1:23AM
I also was a moonkin before the form however I am one who loves my laser chicken. That said I suppose it would be fair to make a glyph to turn the form OFF as long as it didn't end up a cd like the poor resto's form did. I have to wonder how the argument "I would play my druid if I didn't have to be a fat laser chicken" is a compelling one. A shallow one perhaps, I personally LOATHE the bouncy bouncy bimbette nelf that my moonkin is out of form, but I wouldn't stop playing her because of it. /shrug I also would like more moonkin more often as one person stated let us mount in moonkin form no other class has to drop damage reduction to do so, we do. I know it's possible as I have screenshots of me in moonkin form riding all sorts of mounts in quests. Horses, birds, dragons, even sitting in a airplane. The form will sit correctly on the mount and looks no more ridiculous then the tauren do on theirs. I too am often frustrated by our movement dps loss as I am doubly cursed with bored tanks who will run mobs around for fun even when they don't need to, often resulting in a trail of unexploded mushrooms. Blow the 3 cd's to plant them and crap the mob is halfway across the area. I would like a spell that was similar at least to the shaman one where you can cast while moving for x many seconds. That way I could actually do something besides dot mobs as I move outta fire, or restore the old lunar shower so we can at least do a nice amount of damage on the move without killing off our eclipse.
9-18-2011 @ 1:27AM
should have wrote I was also balance before moonkin form. That's what I get for posting something half awake.
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