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11-09-2011 @ 8:41PM
Personally, I LOVE the fact that they want us to shapeshift more often. I remember when I started leveling my druid in Wrath how I could pick any form I wanted, be it bear, cat, or caster and not die or go oom in seconds. I was able to constantly change my playstyle whenever I wanted to. Thats what made me fall in love with the druid class in the first place. Those who are concerned about the druid no longer be a competitive dpser are, in a way, right to be. But then there are always those "oh sh*t" moments when the tank or healer dies when the raid/dungeon group needs a backup. To me, it doesn't matter if we lose some dps, because what we'll gain is a lot more adaptability and utility.
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