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2-14-2012 @ 2:09PM
If I were ever to roll a worgen druid, he'd HAVE to be feral, for exactly the same reasons that's stated in this article. It'd be too bizarre for me to ever think of him as a "nurturing" druid (restoration) or the very un-worgen-like boomkin. (A wolf as a bird?) Which probably means I'd never roll one, since I already have a level 85 night elf druid who already has a very feral personality in my head. Unless I somehow convince myself that my night elf will one day be more open to either restoration or balance. (Balance's a distinct possibility. We'll see.)I think Blizzard really missed the boat on not making the worgen's feral model a WOLF, though. Would have made all the sense in the world.Nice article!
2-14-2012 @ 7:32PM
Why is that, though? Wolves are very nurturing to their kin. After all, the pack is the protection. Lose the pack, lose the protection. While a feral worgen druid might see an injured party member as a weakness to be left behind, the resto worgen druid is more like the denmother; she has the power to heal her packmates and she will do so. The original Gilnean druids were resto: healing the lands and nurturing crops. Resto is a natural fit for a worgen druid imo.
2-15-2012 @ 3:54AM
I suppose I'm seeing it mostly from a male perspective and not a "denmother's" as you put it.
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