Somber wrote:Once you get the right gear, druids become hella fun as solo toons or in groups/bosses etc.
Phoenixes have improved Druid dps a lot.
With my 219 Druid (I’ve been inactive from CH for a few months), but I was able to obtain 2k+ focus, 10k or so attack lixed up and with skill swapping rings could have all dps skills maxed. I run a tiger mount and magic lure level 6 Phoenix. With a Gele or EDL totem while on hero haste I can do some quick damage.
Once you hit level 120 get some Aggy lightning strike bracers, max bees, a frostiron totem for added vines skill and an offhand lux axe and you’ll be op.
Just getting back... I was discouraged by the game's inconsistant performance; however, the memory optimizations the devs did, in the update, have worked wonders. Anyhow, thanks for the tips (and spoilers), Somber. The things you mentioned have given me a renewed interest. That said, I'm poor, so it's going to take me a while, but I'll get there. I just got my eagle to small, and I'm pretty stoked about that. Anyway, when I play, I play a lot, so it may not take me too long. Mostly, I just have to continue getting used to going from pure dps (shadow priest - WoW), to being willing to do support, if needed. I really like the class (druid), so I'll stick with it. Anyhow, thanks again.