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2-14-2012 @ 7:22PM
I was always disappointed that there's very little lore on the Gilnean old ways. Once you hit Cata, it seems like they've become a cult of Goldrinn instead of having their own faith.I disagree with the concept that all worgen druids are wolf-like and feral-flavored, although that seems to be an exceedingly common meme among worgen players. My own is not very feral-minded at all; he's actually usually in human form outside of combat because claws make it difficult to do delicate work. He's played as an apothecary and herbalist who's a staunch follower of the Old Ways. He prefers to use nature magic to boost the effect of his medicines, rather than purely magical healing. He -can- do the more direct magical sort in a pinch, but he prefers the traditional ways. (Of course, in my personal lore the reason why worgen druids start at a low level, they're seen as oddities, and the first few trainers only have a few spells is because, at some point in the past, there was a witch hunt. A lot of their knowledge was lost, and they were driven into hiding until the recent famine. The Kaldorei basically taught them to use magic that, at that point, they had thought to be legendary.)
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