WOW Druids Guides

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WOW Druids Guides
Druids wear leather armor and can wield staves, one-handed maces, two-handed maces, daggers, fist weapons, and polearms — but a druid’s particular abilities lend towards attacking targets using spells or (shapeshifted) claws, so except for those low levels where you might hit things when you run out of mana, your weapon will probably stay holstered for most of your play time. For race choice, though, druids have the most restrictive options in the game: only night elves, worsen, tauren, and trolls can become druids.

Druids aren’t the only class that can fill multiple game roles, but they are are perhaps the most hybrid of the hybrids. In fact, druids are so flexible that they have four talent specializations compared to the usual three: balance (magic ranged DPS), feral (melee DPS in cat form), guardian (tanking in bear form), and restoration (healer). So whatever you want to do in World of Warcraft, there’s no question: a druid can do it. Or, at least, a druid can do it with the right talent specialization and gear.

Druids harness the powers of nature to help their friends or harm their foes. They can wield magic to harm like a mage or heal like a priest and can shapeshift into animal forms to dive into melee fighting. Like the monk and paladin, druids are a hybrid class that can fill any role in the game they wish: if you play a druid, you have the flexibility to do whatever you please. But are you up to the task of wielding the raw elemental power of nature? We’ll take a look at just what druids can do and try to decide if it’s the right class for you.

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