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2-07-2012 @ 8:14PM
Now you mention it, the druids of Azeroth don't really seem to have a lot to tie them together, aside from these joint initiatives. The Tauren would likely return to the Plains and their wanderings. The Night Elves are so proud in their (near-immortal) superiority that if the dangers started to fade, they'd withdraw to their barrows and trees and shut themselves off from the world. The Worgen would probably try to stand with them, but would grow angry at their attitude and eventually break away and search for their purpose, possibly returning to Gilneas, but of all the Worgen, they're likely to feel most adrift without their allies. And the Trolls? Their allegiance is to the Loa. While the other Druids seek a balance and acceptance within nature, the Troll Druids seem to be nearly abandoning themselves to the forces they channel. They seem more like the Druids of the Pack that caused the Worgen curse.Perhaps we'll even see some of this splintering in Mists, when the dangers are gone.
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