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Guide to Beginner WoW Druid
"Druids are the keepers of the world. Locked in slumber for generations, they awoke to meet the threat of the Burning Legion during its recent invasion. After Archimonde's defeat, the Druids chose to remain in the waking world and help to rebuild their shattered lands. The Legion's attack left a terrible scar on the natural order, and the Druids seek to heal it."
Welcome to WarCry’s druid guide for World of Warcraft (WoW). Druids are an incredibly diverse class that necessitate an entirely different play-style than every other type of character in WoW. Druids aren’t for everyone, but players interested in a challenging class with a great deal versatility will find them an ideal match.
Druid's are the most racially restricted class in WoW, as each faction (Alliance and Horde) only has a single druidic race; all Alliance druids will be Night Elves and all Horde druids are Tauren.
Druids are limited to Cloth and Leather armor, and, with the appropriate training, can use Staves, One hand and Two hand Maces, Daggers, and Fist Weapons.
A newly created druid character will, for the first few hours of play, be very similar to any other magic using class. Once the druid begins to gain some levels, however, his versatility opens up greatly, especially once he begins to learn to shapeshift.
The druids unique ability, and the one that distinguishes them from every other class in the game, is their ability to shapeshift into various forms. Different forms give druids the ability to approximate other classes’ ability sets in order to provide whatever they or their group needs the most. For many druids, their relationship to their various forms becomes so inherent that they will even refer to their "normal", non-shapeshifted character as simply another form, the "Caster-form."
Eventually, all druids will have access to 5 forms: Caster-form, Bear-form, Cat-Form, Aquatic-Form, and Travel-Form (some druids who specialize in casting ranged damage spells will have access to a 6th form, called Moonkin.) Each form provides unique advantages and disadvantages to the druid, and the most important part of learning to be an effective druid involves learning how to use your forms with maximum utility.
Caster-Form: In the druid’s natural form (Tauren or Night Elf), they are powerful spellcasters, able to damage their enemies at range, and heal themselves and their friends. In addition, druids are also able to inflict a number of debilitating status effects (debuff’s) on their opponents, which help the druid and his group fight more effectively.
Bear-Form: Druids in bear-form gain a substantial amount of armor and health, as well as a boost in their attack power (which boosts the damage they cause.) In this form, druids act as warriors, and have a number of abilities to focus monsters’ attention on them and mitigate the damage they are taking. While druid’s abilities, like every other caster, normally require mana to use, when in bear form druids have "rage" bars like warriors and expend that "rage" to use their abilities.
Cat-Form: Druids in cat-form gain a significant amount of attack power, much more than in bear form, and are able to act as rogues, with abilities that cause a substantial amount of melee damage to targets which are focused on other players. Like rogues, druids in cat form are able to stealth to hide from monsters and other players. In cat-form, druids exchange their mana bar for an "energy" bar, which is exactly the same as a rogue’s.
Aquatic-Form: Druids in aquatic form are able to swim faster than any other characters, and are able to breathe underwater indefinitely. There are no other special abilities granted by aquatic form.
Travel-Form: Druids in travel form move 40% faster than the standard run speed of all players. Travel form has no other special abilities.
Mastering these forms is one of the most challenging aspects of playing a druid, and one of the main reasons playing a druid is more difficult than nearly any other class; warriors learn to build and maintain their rage, rogues use their energy, and other classes watch their mana- druids need to learn how to be effective with all three.