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1-01-2012 @ 4:15PM
"Ferals can still put out significant damage and can put out control very well via Cyclone, but their weaknesses have largely shut them out of the higher-level Arena brackets."Yeah, top 17% teams have a druid somewhere in them. They're suffering -so- much. A little joke around my guild and group of friends is that if I get one to 85 and get halfway good at it, they'll nerf them. Warning: I'm at 64, your time comes, druids.
1-01-2012 @ 4:47PM
@Grin: "a Druid" means nothing in this context - those could be Restoration, Balance or Feral, you don't know, and those 3 specs play totally differently and fulfil entirely different roles - a world-class Feral player like Datah isn't likely to be able to fill in at the same level while playing a Restoration spec for example. It's a much bigger change than say, a Rogue swapping from Ass to Sub, or a Hunter going MM > Survival.
1-01-2012 @ 11:05PM
It's a bit harder to come up with good data for PvP. The info I was using was a list recently emailed to me of the top 100 Arena teams broken out by spec, which had something like 2 hunters, 3 ret pallies, and 4 DPS druids (combining moonkin and feral).
1-02-2012 @ 9:38AM
The druid class as a whole isn't that great for PvP right now, since moonkin & resto druids aren't really desired either. However, that doesn't stop talented druids from being able to overcome their class weaknesses.
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