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1-04-2012 @ 8:08AM
I do not enjoy shapeshifting with my druid to have access to other abilities, nor do I enjoy changing stances on my warrior. Its just not how I would prefer to play. I want all of my abilities right there in front of me at all times.
1-04-2012 @ 11:31AM
This describes me as well. My main is a druid, and even towards the end of wrath I was staying away from tree form. I was so happy when they took it away. If I'm reading the new talents properly, it'll be possible not to have even the cooldown Captain Afro anymore.My offspec right now is bearcat, mainly for soloing old dungeons and raids. If they take away the boomkin form (or give the option not to), I'll definitely switch over to Balance as off. Especially since bearcat as a true hybrid spec won't be viable anymore.
1-04-2012 @ 12:02PM
I feel like this breakfast topic really has MoP in mind and the new talents that encourage shifting frequently for miscellaneous benefits. I'm still on the fence about all of those talents because it seems like the whole thing might just be really clunky.Druid has been my main for years. The majority of that time I played restoration. I was one of the ones that was glad when perma-tree was scrapped. As a progression raider, I wanted to see and show off my new gear. I do think they should have given us a minor glyph so that the nearly half of the druids out there that wanted it could have kept mini-broccoli perma-form.One of the major things that's been missing from druid shifting is ANY diversity to the appearance until Majordomo Staghelm dropped his staff. While I realize that needing to do extra artwork for one class several times per major content patch is probably unrealistic, as a druid it feels like every other class constantly gets a fresh look while we look the same as we did while leveling.
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