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<p><br /><center><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Druid Leveling – Talents and Tips – (1-80)</strong></span></span><br />
<strong>Patch Version:</strong> 3.2.2</center></p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Introduction</strong></span></span></p>

<p>After reading <a href=”https://www.wow-pro.com/class_guides/shaman_leveling_talents_and_tips_180″>Leveling Talents for Tips for Shaman by Trollvink</a> and <a href=”https://www.wow-pro.com/class_guides/paladin_leveling_talents_and_tips_1-80″>Leveling Talents and Tips for Paladins by Irwezsh</a> I was inspired to write my own guide on the Druid, my first and favorite class to level in WoW. Leveling a Druid gives you the versatility to do just about anything you want; whether it be tank, heal or DPS (and this can be melee DPS or mage DPS). In this guide I will focus on leveling a druid effectively and efficiently; including rotations, talents, gear and general tips among other things.</p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Contents</strong></span></span><br />
<ol style=”list-style-type: decimal”><li><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Leveling Spec</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>Talents</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Rotations</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>Tips</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Stats</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>Gear</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Class Quests</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>Glyphs</strong></span><br />
<li><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Addons</strong></span></ol><br />


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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Leveling Spec</strong></span></span></p>

<p>The fastest way to level a druid <em>without downtime</em> is Feral, subspeccing into Restoration for a few key talents post King of the Jungle. Balance has its potential, especially after level 40 (when you pick up Moonkin Form and some other talents which reduce your downtime dramatically) but is overall slower then Feral. I leveled my first druid Feral all the way but with my second druid I re’speced to Balance at level 40 for a change in game play.</p>

<p>Level 10 – 19 is an exception. You can take the slow bear grind route and not have to worry about a respec later or speed up the process with Balance leveling for 10 levels (I recommend <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16818″>Starlight Wrath</a> – 5/5, <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16847″>Moonglow</a> – 3/3 and <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=35364″>Nature’s Majesty</a> – 3/3). To do this you will need to also invest in Intellect gear and heaps of water.</p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Talents</strong></span></span></p>

<p><strong>Feral</strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>10 – 14:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16938″>Ferocity</a> – 5/5<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>15 – 16:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16999″>Savage Fury</a> – 2/2<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>17 – 19:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16949″>Feral Instinct</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>20 – 21:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=24866″>Feral Swiftness</a> – 2/2<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>22 – 24:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16944″>Sharpened Claws</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>25 – 26:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=37117″>Primal Fury</a> – 2/2<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>27 – 29:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16975″>Predatory Strikes</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>30:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=49377″>Feral Charge</a> – 1/1<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>31 – 32:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=48410″>Primal Precision</a> – 2/2 <strong>OR</strong> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16941″>Brutal Impact</a> – 2/2<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>33 – 34:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16968″>Shredding Attacks</a> – 2/2<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>35 – 39:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=24894″>Heart of the Wild</a> – 5/5<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>40:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=17007″>Leader of the Pack</a> – 1/1<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>41 – 42:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=34300″>Improved Leader of the Pack</a> – 2/2<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>43 – 45:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=33856″>Survival of the Fittest</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>46 – 48:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=48485″>Infected Wounds</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>49:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=61336″>Survival Instincts</a> – 1/1<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>50:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=33917″>Mangle</a> – 1/1<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>51 – 53:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=48495″>King of the Jungle</a> – 3/3</p>

<p><strong>Restoration</strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>54 – 58:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=17061″>Furor</a> – 5/5<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>59 – 63:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=17073″>Naturalist</a> – 5/5<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>64:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16864″>Omen of Clarity</a> – 1/1<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>65 – 67:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16835″>Natural Shapeshifter</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>68 – 69:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=48412″>Master Shapeshifter</a> – 2/2</p>

<p><strong>Feral</strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>70 – 72:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=48491″>Improved Mangle</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>73 – 75:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=33867″>Predatory Instincts</a> – 3/3<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>76 – 79:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=51268″>Rend and Tear</a> – 4/5<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>80:</strong></span> <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=50334″>Berserk</a> – 1/1</p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Rotations</strong></span></span></p>

<p><strong><span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>Always take the weapon with the best stats.</span></strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>1 – 9:</strong></span></p>

<p>-Use <strong>Wrath</strong> from max range and when the enemy reaches you melee it to death.<br />
-Make sure <strong>Mark of the Wild</strong> and <strong>Thorns</strong> are applied at all times.<br />
-When you obtain <strong>Moonfire</strong> use it after the opening <strong>Wrath</strong> (if you feel it is worth the mana on the mob you are fighting) and only once.<br />
-When you obtain <strong>Entangling Roots</strong> use it after the opening <strong>Wrath</strong> and then apply <strong>Moonfire</strong>, do not worry if the roots break.<br />
-Use a staff with the highest DPS available as you don’t have any forms yet.</p>

<p><strong><em>Rotation: Wrath from max range and then root the enemy. Apply Moonfire if it is worth the mana then continue using Wrath until the enemy reaches you, then proceed to melee it to death. Make sure Mark of the Wild and Thorns are applied at all times.</em></strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>10 – 19:</strong></span></p>

<p>-Use <strong>Wrath</strong> and then apply <strong>Moonfire</strong> if you need to range pull.<br />
-Transform into <strong>Bear Form</strong>, use <strong>Demoralizing Roar</strong> and then use <strong>Maul</strong> whenever possible.<br />
-If you end a battle with over 20 rage and enough HP, pull the next enemy with <strong>Growl</strong> and continue without shifting out.</p>

<p><strong><em>Rotation: Wrath from max range and then apply Moonfire if you need to range pull. Transform into Bear Form, use Demoralizing Roar and then use Maul whenever possible.</em></strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>20 – 49:</strong></span></p>

<p>-Transform into <strong>Cat Form</strong>.<br />
-Use <strong>Prowl</strong> and stealth behind the enemy (if you need to range pull, do this with <strong>Faerie Fire (Feral)</strong> or <strong>Moonfire</strong>.<br />
-Open with <strong>Ravage</strong> once you learn it and when you learn <strong>Pounce</strong> use this instead.<br />
-If you opened with <strong>Pounce</strong> use <strong>Shred</strong> before the stun runs out.<br />
-Use <strong>Faerie Fire (Feral)</strong>.<br />
-Apply <strong>Rake</strong> if you have it.<br />
-Use <strong>Claw</strong> until you have 5 Combo Points.<br />
-Use <strong>Rip</strong>.<br />
-Activate <strong>Tiger’s Fury</strong> and melee the enemy; if they are not dead reapply <strong>Rake</strong> and continue the cycle from there.</p>

<p><strong><em>Rotation: Transform into Cat Form, stealth behind the enemy (or use Feral Charge) and open with Pounce (then Shred if you have 2/2 Shredding Attacks); Ravage if you do not have Pounce. Use Faerie Fire (Feral). Apply Rake and use Claw until you have 5 Combo Points. Use Ferocious Bite or Rip if you do not have it and activate Tiger’s Fury. If you are facing multiple enemies let the first target bleed to death while starting the cycle from Rake on the next enemy.</em></strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>50 – 69:</strong></span></p>

<p>-Same as above, but:<br />
-Instead of using <strong>Claw</strong> until you have 5 Combo Points, use <strong>Mangle</strong>.</p>

<p><strong><em>Rotation: Transform into Cat Form, stealth behind the enemy (or use Feral Charge) and open with Pounce (then Shred if you have 2/2 Shredding Attacks). Use Faerie Fire (Feral). Apply Rake and use Mangle until you have 5 Combo Points. Use Ferocious Bite and activate Tiger’s Fury. If you are facing multiple enemies let the first target bleed to death while starting the cycle from Rake on the next enemy.</em></strong></p>

<p><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>70 – 80:</strong></span></p>

<p>-Same as above, but:<br />
-You do not always need to start a battle stealthed.<br />
-When you are fighting multiple enemies use <strong>Savage Roar</strong>.</p>

<p><strong><em>Rotation: Transform into Cat Form, stealth behind the enemy (or use Feral Charge) and open with Pounce (then Shred if you have 2/2 Shredding Attacks). Use Faerie Fire (Feral). Apply Rake and use Mangle until you have 5 Combo Points. Use Ferocious Bite and activate Tiger’s Fury. If you are facing multiple enemies, use Savage Roar after the opening, apply bleeds and let the first target bleed to death and start the cycle from Rake on the next enemy.</em></strong></p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Tips</strong></span></span></p>

<p><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Instances:</strong></span><br />
-Always keep Mark of the Wild/Gift of the Wild on everybody and Thorns on the tank.<br />
-Save your Rebirth for if when the tank or healer falls during a boss battle/script.<br />
-Learn to switch roles in battle, especially when you are DPSing. Off Tanking and even Off Healing can be both done just as well with this spec while leveling (healing up until Outland).<br />
-Consider putting together a healing gear set for when you are called to heal in the Outland and beyond. Just look for leather and cloth will spellpower and intellect.</p>

<p><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>Solo:</strong></span><br />
-If you need to heal simply transform out into Caster Form and cast Rejuvenation and Lifebloom; the HPS from these two instant cast spells will outweigh the DPS from any solo mob. If you are dangerously low on HP, use Regrowth before these spells.<br />
-If you can’t get the heal off, use Nature’s Grasp for an instant root then back away, or use Barkskin to not be interrupted, or both.<br />
-To help with healing in the middle of a battle, either transform into Bear Form and use Bash or cast regrowth and move away after the enemy has been rooted.<br />
-When killing a tough mob/elite, first cast all three HoT’s on yourself, transform into Bear Form, cast Barkskin and use Feral Charge.</p>

<p><span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Professions:</strong></span><br />
-Skinning and Mining are the best options money wise and give nifty buffs to HP and Crit also.<br />
-Herbalism and Alchemy are also good professions for a Druid should you wish to stick within roleplay boundaries or wish to have a production profession.<br />
-Skinning and Leatherworking are the best choice if you like to create your own gear, but most of the gear Druids will use from Leatherworking is BoE.<br />
-First Aid is a great profession for everyone; healing class’s included. Learn it, level it, love it.<br />
-For good information on professions, have a look at Nilz’ Profession Guide.</p>

<p><span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>Dual Spec:</strong></span><br />
-As a Druid you have multiple options for a dual spec.<br />
-It is worth picking up dual spec at level 40 if you have a main to fund it; 1000g at level 40 is pretty steep for a first time player.<br />
-A Resto dual spec will allow you to heal instances while leveling more easily; especially if you have a Resto gear set.<br />
-A Feral (Tank) daul spec will make tanking slightly easier and let you try AoE Bear Grinding.<br />
-A Balance dual spec will level in a different way and take a break from Feral when you want to.<br />
-A PvP dual spec will make battleground leveling much easier and enjoyable.</p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Stats</strong></span></span></p>

<p>Look for stats in the following order: <strong><span style=”color: #ff0000;”>Agility</span> > <span style=”color: #009900;”>Stamina</span> > <span style=”color: #339999;”>Strength</span> > <span style=”color: #ffa500;”>Critical Strike</span> > <span style=”color: #660066;”>Attack Power</span> > <span style=”color: #3333ff;”>Intellect</span></strong>.</p>

<p><span style=”color: #ff0000;”><strong>Agility</strong></span>: Needed for Crit, Armor and Dodge. Also gives Attack Power in Cat Form ( 1 AGI = 1 AP in Cat Form ).<br />
<span style=”color: #009900;”><strong>Stamina</strong></span>: Needed for Health.<br />
<span style=”color: #339999;”><strong>Strength</strong></span>: Needed for Attack Power ( 1 STR = 2 AP ).<br />
<span style=”color: #ffa500;”><strong>Critical Strike</strong></span>: Needed for increased Crit chance.<br />
<span style=”color: #660066;”><strong>Attack Power</strong></span>: Needed to increase raw damage.<br />
<span style=”color: #3333ff;”><strong>Intellect</strong></span>: Needed for Mana for emergency heals and transforms.</p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Gear</strong></span></span></p>

<p><em>Work in progress.</em></p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Class Quests</strong></span></span></p>

<p><strong>Night Elf:</strong><br />
<a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=5923″>Bear Form</a><br />
<a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=6121″>Cure Poison</a>*<br />
<a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=27″>Aquatic Form</a>**</p>

<p><strong>Tauren:</strong><br />
<a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=5926″>Bear Form</a><br />
<a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=6126″>Cure Poison</a>*<br />
<a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=26″>Aquatic Form</a>**</p>

<p><strong>Both:</strong><br />
<a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=10955″>Swift Flight Form</a>***</p>

<p>*Cure Poison can be skipped in favor of Abolish Poison at level 26 but still has some use in PvP (apply Abolish for the tick and spam Cure to get poisons in between ticks).<br />
**The Aquatic Form quest is now optional, you can train this form directly from the Druid trainer.<br />
***Swift Flight Form can be trained at level 71 but the quest is still worth doing if you have the time to unlock Anzu.</p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Glyphs</strong></span></span></p>

<p>Major Glyph (level 15) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=40897″>Glyph of Maul</a><br />
Major Glyph (level 20, replace Maul) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=48720″>Glyph of Claw</a><br />
Major Glyph (level 30) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=40903″>Glyph of Rake</a><br />
Major Glyph (level 50, replace Claw) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=40900″>Glyph of Mangle</a><br />
Major Glyph (level 75, replace either) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=45604″>Glyph of Savage Roar</a>*</p>

<p>Minor Glyph (level 15) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=43332″>Glyph of Thorns</a><br />
Minor Glyph (level 50) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=43674″>Glyph of Dash</a><br />
Minor Glyph (level 70) – <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=43316″>Glyph of Aquatic Form</a> OR <a href=”http://www.wowhead.com/?item=43331″>Glyph of Unburdened Rebirth</a></p>

<p><strong>*This glyph is an optional change. If you feel you are using Savage Roar more often the not then it will be worth it.</strong></p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Addons</strong></span></span></p>

<p><em>Work in progress.</em></p>

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<p><span style=”color: #00cccc;”><span style=”font-size: 15px;”><strong>Conclusion</strong></span></span></p>

<p><span style=”text-decoration: underline;”>Special thanks to:</span> Jame, Cloud9, Jiyambi, Trollvink, eric, Lycander, Syladind, Kopimi, scoot2112, Souricette, Tim and Scott.</p>

<p>I hope this guide has helped you level your druid!</p>

<p><strong><a href=”http://www.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Ursin&n=Soldris”>Soldris</a> < <a href=”http://aoa.marf-lan.com”>Avengers of Azeroth</a> ><br />
Ursin US</strong></p>

<p><strong><em>Zerox</em></strong></p>

Druid Leveling – Talents and Tips – (1-80)
Patch Version: 3.2.2


Introduction

After reading Leveling Talents for Tips for Shaman by Trollvink and Leveling Talents and Tips for Paladins by Irwezsh I was inspired to write my own guide on the Druid, my first and favorite class to level in WoW. Leveling a Druid gives you the versatility to do just about anything you want; whether it be tank, heal or DPS (and this can be melee DPS or mage DPS). In this guide I will focus on leveling a druid effectively and efficiently; including rotations, talents, gear and general tips among other things.


Contents

  1. Leveling Spec
  2. Talents
  3. Rotations
  4. Tips
  5. Stats
  6. Gear
  7. Class Quests
  8. Glyphs
  9. Addons

Leveling Spec

The fastest way to level a druid without downtime is Feral, subspeccing into Restoration for a few key talents post King of the Jungle. Balance has its potential, especially after level 40 (when you pick up Moonkin Form and some other talents which reduce your downtime dramatically) but is overall slower then Feral. I leveled my first druid Feral all the way but with my second druid I re’speced to Balance at level 40 for a change in game play.

Level 10 – 19 is an exception. You can take the slow bear grind route and not have to worry about a respec later or speed up the process with Balance leveling for 10 levels (I recommend Starlight Wrath – 5/5, Moonglow – 3/3 and Nature’s Majesty – 3/3). To do this you will need to also invest in Intellect gear and heaps of water.

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Talents

Feral

10 – 14: Ferocity – 5/5
15 – 16: Savage Fury – 2/2
17 – 19: Feral Instinct – 3/3
20 – 21: Feral Swiftness – 2/2
22 – 24: Sharpened Claws – 3/3
25 – 26: Primal Fury – 2/2
27 – 29: Predatory Strikes – 3/3
30: Feral Charge – 1/1
31 – 32: Primal Precision – 2/2 OR Brutal Impact – 2/2
33 – 34: Shredding Attacks – 2/2
35 – 39: Heart of the Wild – 5/5
40: Leader of the Pack – 1/1
41 – 42: Improved Leader of the Pack – 2/2
43 – 45: Survival of the Fittest – 3/3
46 – 48: Infected Wounds – 3/3
49: Survival Instincts – 1/1
50: Mangle – 1/1
51 – 53: King of the Jungle – 3/3

Restoration

54 – 58: Furor – 5/5
59 – 63: Naturalist – 5/5
64: Omen of Clarity – 1/1
65 – 67: Natural Shapeshifter – 3/3
68 – 69: Master Shapeshifter – 2/2

Feral

70 – 72: Improved Mangle – 3/3
73 – 75: Predatory Instincts – 3/3
76 – 79: Rend and Tear – 4/5
80: Berserk – 1/1

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Rotations

Always take the weapon with the best stats.

1 – 9:

-Use Wrath from max range and when the enemy reaches you melee it to death.
-Make sure Mark of the Wild and Thorns are applied at all times.
-When you obtain Moonfire use it after the opening Wrath (if you feel it is worth the mana on the mob you are fighting) and only once.
-When you obtain Entangling Roots use it after the opening Wrath and then apply Moonfire, do not worry if the roots break.
-Use a staff with the highest DPS available as you don’t have any forms yet.

Rotation: Wrath from max range and then root the enemy. Apply Moonfire if it is worth the mana then continue using Wrath until the enemy reaches you, then proceed to melee it to death. Make sure Mark of the Wild and Thorns are applied at all times.

10 – 19:

-Use Wrath and then apply Moonfire if you need to range pull.
-Transform into Bear Form, use Demoralizing Roar and then use Maul whenever possible.
-If you end a battle with over 20 rage and enough HP, pull the next enemy with Growl and continue without shifting out.

Rotation: Wrath from max range and then apply Moonfire if you need to range pull. Transform into Bear Form, use Demoralizing Roar and then use Maul whenever possible.

20 – 49:

-Transform into Cat Form.
-Use Prowl and stealth behind the enemy (if you need to range pull, do this with Faerie Fire (Feral) or Moonfire.
-Open with Ravage once you learn it and when you learn Pounce use this instead.
-If you opened with Pounce use Shred before the stun runs out.
-Use Faerie Fire (Feral).
-Apply Rake if you have it.
-Use Claw until you have 5 Combo Points.
-Use Rip.
-Activate Tiger’s Fury and melee the enemy; if they are not dead reapply Rake and continue the cycle from there.

Rotation: Transform into Cat Form, stealth behind the enemy (or use Feral Charge) and open with Pounce (then Shred if you have 2/2 Shredding Attacks); Ravage if you do not have Pounce. Use Faerie Fire (Feral). Apply Rake and use Claw until you have 5 Combo Points. Use Ferocious Bite or Rip if you do not have it and activate Tiger’s Fury. If you are facing multiple enemies let the first target bleed to death while starting the cycle from Rake on the next enemy.

50 – 69:

-Same as above, but:
-Instead of using Claw until you have 5 Combo Points, use Mangle.

Rotation: Transform into Cat Form, stealth behind the enemy (or use Feral Charge) and open with Pounce (then Shred if you have 2/2 Shredding Attacks). Use Faerie Fire (Feral). Apply Rake and use Mangle until you have 5 Combo Points. Use Ferocious Bite and activate Tiger’s Fury. If you are facing multiple enemies let the first target bleed to death while starting the cycle from Rake on the next enemy.

70 – 80:

-Same as above, but:
-You do not always need to start a battle stealthed.
-When you are fighting multiple enemies use Savage Roar.

Rotation: Transform into Cat Form, stealth behind the enemy (or use Feral Charge) and open with Pounce (then Shred if you have 2/2 Shredding Attacks). Use Faerie Fire (Feral). Apply Rake and use Mangle until you have 5 Combo Points. Use Ferocious Bite and activate Tiger’s Fury. If you are facing multiple enemies, use Savage Roar after the opening, apply bleeds and let the first target bleed to death and start the cycle from Rake on the next enemy.

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Tips

Instances:
-Always keep Mark of the Wild/Gift of the Wild on everybody and Thorns on the tank.
-Save your Rebirth for if when the tank or healer falls during a boss battle/script.
-Learn to switch roles in battle, especially when you are DPSing. Off Tanking and even Off Healing can be both done just as well with this spec while leveling (healing up until Outland).
-Consider putting together a healing gear set for when you are called to heal in the Outland and beyond. Just look for leather and cloth will spellpower and intellect.

Solo:
-If you need to heal simply transform out into Caster Form and cast Rejuvenation and Lifebloom; the HPS from these two instant cast spells will outweigh the DPS from any solo mob. If you are dangerously low on HP, use Regrowth before these spells.
-If you can’t get the heal off, use Nature’s Grasp for an instant root then back away, or use Barkskin to not be interrupted, or both.
-To help with healing in the middle of a battle, either transform into Bear Form and use Bash or cast regrowth and move away after the enemy has been rooted.
-When killing a tough mob/elite, first cast all three HoT’s on yourself, transform into Bear Form, cast Barkskin and use Feral Charge.

Professions:
-Skinning and Mining are the best options money wise and give nifty buffs to HP and Crit also.
-Herbalism and Alchemy are also good professions for a Druid should you wish to stick within roleplay boundaries or wish to have a production profession.
-Skinning and Leatherworking are the best choice if you like to create your own gear, but most of the gear Druids will use from Leatherworking is BoE.
-First Aid is a great profession for everyone; healing class’s included. Learn it, level it, love it.
-For good information on professions, have a look at Nilz’ Profession Guide.

Dual Spec:
-As a Druid you have multiple options for a dual spec.
-It is worth picking up dual spec at level 40 if you have a main to fund it; 1000g at level 40 is pretty steep for a first time player.
-A Resto dual spec will allow you to heal instances while leveling more easily; especially if you have a Resto gear set.
-A Feral (Tank) daul spec will make tanking slightly easier and let you try AoE Bear Grinding.
-A Balance dual spec will level in a different way and take a break from Feral when you want to.
-A PvP dual spec will make battleground leveling much easier and enjoyable.

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Stats

Look for stats in the following order: Agility > Stamina > Strength > Critical Strike > Attack Power > Intellect.

Agility: Needed for Crit, Armor and Dodge. Also gives Attack Power in Cat Form ( 1 AGI = 1 AP in Cat Form ).
Stamina: Needed for Health.
Strength: Needed for Attack Power ( 1 STR = 2 AP ).
Critical Strike: Needed for increased Crit chance.
Attack Power: Needed to increase raw damage.
Intellect: Needed for Mana for emergency heals and transforms.

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Gear

Work in progress.

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Class Quests

Night Elf:
Bear Form
Cure Poison*
Aquatic Form**

Tauren:
Bear Form
Cure Poison*
Aquatic Form**

Both:
Swift Flight Form***

*Cure Poison can be skipped in favor of Abolish Poison at level 26 but still has some use in PvP (apply Abolish for the tick and spam Cure to get poisons in between ticks).
**The Aquatic Form quest is now optional, you can train this form directly from the Druid trainer.
***Swift Flight Form can be trained at level 71 but the quest is still worth doing if you have the time to unlock Anzu.

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Glyphs

Major Glyph (level 15) – Glyph of Maul
Major Glyph (level 20, replace Maul) – Glyph of Claw
Major Glyph (level 30) – Glyph of Rake
Major Glyph (level 50, replace Claw) – Glyph of Mangle
Major Glyph (level 75, replace either) – Glyph of Savage Roar*

Minor Glyph (level 15) – Glyph of Thorns
Minor Glyph (level 50) – Glyph of Dash
Minor Glyph (level 70) – Glyph of Aquatic Form OR Glyph of Unburdened Rebirth

*This glyph is an optional change. If you feel you are using Savage Roar more often the not then it will be worth it.

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Addons

Work in progress.

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Conclusion

Special thanks to: Jame, Cloud9, Jiyambi, Trollvink, eric, Lycander, Syladind, Kopimi, scoot2112, Souricette, Tim and Scott.

I hope this guide has helped you level your druid!

Soldris < Avengers of Azeroth >
Ursin US

Zerox

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    Déc 19, 2008 @ 11:09

    I was thinking of making theI was thinking of making the same type of guide, but i guess you bet me to it 😛 Overall, it’s a nice guide, but I would do some things different. First, the spell rotations. When fighting in Cat Form, i dont recommend using Rip as your finishing move all the way to lvl 80. Sure it does the most damage, but it takes a long time to tick. I would only use Rip against single targets when I know it’s going to tick for the actual 12 seconds, if not, use Ferocious Bite (Or Maim, when you get it) at lvl 50+, open with Pounce ->Fearie Fire ->Mangle ->Shred ->Rake ->Maim ->Shred untill dead. Vs. 2-3 mobs: Same opening, Pounce ->Fearie Fire ->Mangle ->Shred ->Rake ->Rip, then change target and start Mangle multiply times and Rake, then Maim and Shred.
    For professions, i would recommend leatherworking. If you think its to time consuming or money dropping, drop it, but the profession has some nice items for leveling. The mats are not difficult to get, and if you got skinning aswell, you basiclly dont need to buy any mats.
    Looking at stats, i prefer Agility over Strength. Looking at the survivabilty point of view, i think agility will help you a lot more and the crit is important for a Feral.
    As of addons i can recommend for a druid, it will be Druid Bar. It’s just a nice little mana bar, so you can see how much mana you got while in Bear or Cat form.

    But all in all, nice guide 🙂

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      Déc 20, 2008 @ 0:14

      I’ll update the rotationsI’ll update the rotations regarding the usage of Rip, thanks for pointing this out :). I was planning on adding extra information on fighting multiple enemies today; specifically letting them bleed to death while building up combo points on the next target.

      I had never really considered Leatherworking as a profession for my Druids but I do see it’s potential gear wise.

      I say Strength is the most important stat because it is hard to find on leather gear; usually you will be stuck with Rogue gear (esp. level 60+) which is all Agility and Stamina. You’re Agility will be high enough from this so looking for strength gear where possible will help balance it out. Of course this is for Cat Form; tanking in Bear Form is completely different.

      I’ll add Druid Bar to the Addons list, thanks for that!

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    Déc 19, 2008 @ 12:22

    Hey, that’s awesome Hey, that’s awesome 😉

    I second Cloud9’s opinion on not using rip on single targets while soloing, they generally will die much before the full duration of rip.

    Another suggestion:

    Add wowhead tooltips to the gear section.

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    Déc 19, 2008 @ 21:51

    Few thingy’sHi there,

    Thank you making an updated druid-leveling-guide, but there are a few things I want to point out:

    – Don’t open with stealth + shred before you have the points in [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16968]Shredding Attack’s[/url], it’s using too much energy then.

    – At the gear section you might want to use the url code, which is:

    [ url = http://www.yourlinkhere.com] HereTheTextThatIsVisible [/url]

    The result is a much cleaner link, like I linked the talent above here.

    – Tiger’s fury should [b]never[/b] be used unless you have the talent for it, [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=48495]King of the Jungle[/url]

    – You might want to use the glyphs for [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?item=43332]Thorns[/url] and [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?item=43331]Rebirth[/url]

    This were the things I could find and thought that they could use a change. Outside of that nice guide, good formatting, although you might want change the yellow colour so it’s abit darker, or something else.

    ~Trollvink

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      Déc 19, 2008 @ 22:49

      Orange instead of yellowI use [b][color=orange]orange[/color][/b] instead of yellow in my guides – it still [i]looks[/i] yellow, but its MUCH easier to read.

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      Fojso
      Déc 20, 2008 @ 13:47

      Tiger’s fury“- Tiger’s fury should never be used unless you have the talent for it, King of the Jungle”

      Why? Tiger’s Fury doesn’t cost anything and it doesn’t affect the GCD.

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        Jan 1, 2009 @ 15:39

        SorryAh okay, I remember being told alot to not use Tiger’s Fury when it still costed Energy ;), thats all.

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    possum
    Jan 20, 2009 @ 8:16

    ThanksThanks for the guide, I find it very helpful to see others opinions on how to spec. 🙂

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    Marximus
    Jan 28, 2009 @ 1:59

    Great Guide But QuestionI guess I am the worlds crappiest druid…doesn’t hurt my feelings…I was worlds crappiest mage, ‘lock, priest, and shaman too but…some advice is what I am looking for…

    The talent and rotation section was definitely helpful for me…this is my 2nd druid, I gave up at 20 the first time….but I still struggle even in 1-on-1 battles, I feel like I’m always taking a butt whooping. Anyone have suggestions maybe…I follow the guide as best as I can by the way and I gear up where I can finding strength gear was an issue today but at 20 that should change. I know this isn’t the how to play forum but posts here are a lot easier to read and people are less critical.

    I talented the way Zerox said…but my cast rotation is usually Roots…Moonfire…Wrath (until enemy gets to me)…then Bear shift and Maul/Demoralizing Roar. I still end up needing down time for some moderate recovery before next mob…I’d like to be able to kill faster if I could.

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      Jan 28, 2009 @ 6:54

      Some thoughtsFirst off, thanks for giving this a read through!

      You’ll never be able to learn to play a class well just from what others say; but I’ll try my best. Using past experience and the talents I listed above; when I’m playing a level 20 Druid I can solo a mob quite easily (before and after cat form) without losing much HP. A good idea is to open with the cast rotation the suits you best (I usually opt for Wrath from max range for the extra bit of damage, then Moonfire > Roots > spam Wrath until the enemy reaches me, of course this uses more mana) then cast Rejuvenation on yourself, which is more damage negation then a HoT at this point in the game. In Bear Form use Demoralizing Roar ASAP to save yourself even more HP then Maul spam to death. With the extra armor in Bear Form and the healing from rejuvenation you should finish the battle with high HP.

      After saying that, you don’t really learn the true solo power of Feral until you obtain Cat Form; and even then you may have to wait a few levels to get necessary skills. Cat Form gives a much higher DPS then Bear or spells from level 20 onward, except of course if you are specced Balance/Resto.

      Gear starts to really play a part in your leveling post 40, at earlier levels it shouldn’t matter as much. Even so, if you are finding yourself constantly on low hp, it may be wise to invest in gear with more stamina as well.

      Feel free to drop a PM if you still need some advice on playing a druid :).

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      mystk
      Fév 21, 2009 @ 21:53

      I found leveling druid took a while too…I found leveling druid took a while too, then i reached 20 at it seemed to stagger onto 30. But then from 30 it has been really fast leveling. Just need to be persistent i guess.

      I am keeping all my talent points in feral at the moment, and have 2 points on Genesis, for some extra periodic healing and damage. I think i will go only one more point on that too at sometime.

      *thanks for the druid guide/tips, im new to wow and this has wrapped things up nicely for me. Lol, i feel confident that im not going to suck at this 😀

      -I have chosen to be dps, btw.

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    Jan 28, 2009 @ 10:03

    A few other gear suggestionsThere are a few nice crafted items for levelling feral. Specifically, there’s the Barbaric Bracers, Deviate Scale Belt and Barbaric Shoulders. The belt is level 18, but is usually considered a twink item so may be expensive to purchase. The Bracers are for early 20s, and the shoulders are for 30s.

    If you are a Leatherworker, the pattern for the belt is a quest you pick up from the left eye of the entrance to Wailing Caverns. This quest [b]IS[/b] available to alliance.

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    Jan 28, 2009 @ 14:05

    Some detailsI agree about not using rip on single targets, especially after you get the 50% crit strike increase on bleeding target on ferocious bite. 🙂

    Also, Jiramby is right, orange is more easy to read 😉

    And now something personal, I think you should first go up to beserk (it’s fantastic addition if you use it on cd take every huge pack of mobs you see or to fight elite mobs) in the feral tree and then spend points to get Omen of Clarity. Alternatively you can do a repsec at 60lvl.

    And finally I think they made aquatic form trainable with last patch so that section should be changed.

    Good work 🙂

    EDIT: confimed, aquatic form quest is optional now you can train it from the trainer.

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      Fév 15, 2009 @ 2:42

      Thanks!Gargh, I can’t believe how easy it is to level now compared to BC, or even vanilla WoW..

      I’ll update the quest list with the Aquatic Form Quest marked as optional.

      I picked up Berserk with the WotLK respec and found it not as useful as other talents you could pick up, which is why I listed it so far down in my spec.

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    Marximus
    Jan 31, 2009 @ 6:02

    So….Definitely been following guide for talents and rotations…I found though…and this is mostly depending how you feel about as a player….I took 1 Point to Feline Swiftness and then 2 to Sharpened Claws…realistically, you are not traveling so far unless in Ashenvale to need to move at 30% for a bit. I just hit 23 (Druid leveling is like a seriously slow process though); it is definitely more enjoyable this time around but still seems so slow. I’ve stayed in Darkshore/Redridge/Westfall/Loch Modan…I can handle maybe 2-3 levels below me mobs of maybe 3…but on level its still a 1-on-1 battle….the swiftness would help me get out of jams but I really think the critical strike chance being raised helps me to not commit to running…I’m casting Rejuv…and Regrowth thats saved me a couple times as well. But like I said…it is to each his own…but taking Sharpened Claws at least to 2 seems to have increased my killing speed.

    My question now though is….at 30 is Feline Swiftness really worth it? Granted it gives you an easy way to escape….cast Roots….or the buff that roots enemies on melee and run like hell…but at 30 you have a mount for travel so is swiftness more for the dodge rating? I feel like I kind of answered my own question but just something I was thinking.

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      Jan 31, 2009 @ 17:50

      Feral SwiftnessWell, about your question, if you really feel you need sharpened claws take them first and then feral swiftness, but it’s not a talent I would completely let out of any pre-raid feral dps build. The 30% increase of movement speed is really nice until 30, and even then you will love it because it also works indoors. You could use the indoors movement speed buff even as a lvl80!!! Also 4% dodge is really great, especially if you want to be able to take more mobs at once, fight elites or tank some instances.

      Oh, and about druids being slow, believe me you won’t have that impression for too long. You already have cat form and you will see that pounch helps alot and after having spent some points in key-talents you will see that there is not much a druid can’t do. Believe me, at lvl 35 I did the Nessingway hunting quests in Stranglethorn Vale which which include lvl41 mobs. And at 60 I killed mobs before the stealth cd run out (10sec).

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    Fév 19, 2009 @ 21:04

    Looks awesome!

    However iLooks awesome!

    However i like to have [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=16941]Brutal Impact [/url] instead of [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?spell=48410]Primal Precision[/url]

    But thats just my way of leveling 🙂
    I like the 4 seconds stun every 30 second.

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    Mar 3, 2009 @ 7:19

    A couple of suggestionsI’d like to first say that this is a great guide. However, there are few things I wanted to say.

    First is you might want to put a disclaimer in your talent build letting people know at 50 they are moving to the Resto tree for a short period, then when they move back to the Feral tree.

    Second, in instances thorns should be only cast on the tank. This is because the damage from thorns is considered to come from the buffed target, not the caster. Therefore, if someone pulls aggro from the tank they will generate more aggro whenever they are hit, thus making it a little harder for the tank to get back aggro.

    Third, you may want to mention that Barkskin can and should be used when pulling multiple mobs/tough mobs.

    Also, if you need to step away from a mob and heal but you can’t get a root off, use Nature’s Grasp for an instant root, then back away and cast.

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    Mar 4, 2009 @ 3:12

    Its a great guide, but IIts a great guide, but I suggest that in the leveling talent line, you need to get King of the Jungle WAY before you ever even think of getting your Resto talents, and do not get natural shapeshifter until AFTER omen of clarity. OoC is some of the best increase in DPS, surpassed by KotJ.

    I also noticed in Northrend while leveling, it is completely unnescessary, and sometimes slower leveling, to begin in stealth, unless its an elite. I just run around out of stealth, because it is actually faster that way, and mobs do not come down any faster if I start in stealth. Just my two cents.

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    Mar 20, 2009 @ 9:38

    So I’ve just skimmed throughSo I’ve just skimmed through this guide, and there are some things I’d like to point out:

    [list]
    – You could use Wowhead links, instead of thottbot links – you directly see tooltips of the weapons (combined with the URL-command, it will look alot clear)
    – At add-ons, copy the addons from my guide, those are useful for leveling – they make the difference.
    – Post some links to other guides, for instance the “How to make the most out of quest rewards”-guide
    [/list]

    Outside of that, this is a great guide, I agree with the person ‘beneath’ me about the talents.

    3/5.

    ~ Trollvink

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    Mansteak
    Mar 24, 2009 @ 16:33

    As far as weapons areAs far as weapons are concerned…Stats are the only important thing to watch for…mainly strength and stanima. An excellent weapon for when you turn 30 is a viscous hammer http://thottbot.com/i13045 . The attack power on it is the best you can find outside of instances until level 45-50ish. If you have predatory strikes 3/3 it increases your AP by 47.

    The bad news is its a world drop. You can find them in the AH usually around 20G, which is well worth the investment if you have the money.

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      Mar 24, 2009 @ 20:01

      Rather get Armor Piercer,Rather get [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?item=6679]Armor Piercer[/url], Although it gives a bit less AP, you can get it alot earlier. As a good follow-up, you could take [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?item=9408]Ironshod Bludgeon[/url].

      [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?item=6679]Armor Piercer[/url] Drops in Razorfen Kraul, and [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?item=9408]Ironshod Bludgeon[/url] drops in Uldaman.

      ~Trollvink

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        Mansteak
        Mar 25, 2009 @ 17:34

        I think thatI think that http://www.wowhead.com/?item=13045 is better than http://www.wowhead.com/?item=9408. Viscous hammer supplies 7 more AP for 2 less stamina to a feral druid. But to each his own.

        P.S. I gotta find out how to do links like that

        Mansteak

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          Mansteak
          Mar 26, 2009 @ 17:17

          I think I figured it out:

          [I think I figured it out:

          [ url = http://www.wowhead.com/?item=13045%5D Viscous Hammer [/url]
          [ url = http://www.wowhead.com/?item=9408%5D Ironshod Bludgeon [/url]

          The only advantage I see of Ironshod Bludgeon is that you can Twink it with BC enchants.

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            Avr 6, 2009 @ 18:50

            That, and Ironshod is anThat, and Ironshod is an instance drop, while viscous hammer is a BoE, harder to find, that’s why I listed instance drops, ’cause BoE items are [i]usually[/i] better, but you depend on luck (You can’t farm it yourself, and the Auction House doesn’t always have it in supply).

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    Mai 28, 2009 @ 0:15

    Great Guide, I wasGreat Guide, I was just thinking that the cure poison quest is also not mandatory because you get it trained to you at level 22, however i think you can still do the quest but don’t focus on it too much.

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    monolith
    Juin 4, 2009 @ 16:00

    i’m lovin’ on this guide until…i get bear form and it seems all goes down hill. i have no problem pulling mobs and rage is not a factor. My problem is healing! i tried to compensate by throwing some healing spells into the bear form action bar but casting them pulls me back and when i try to shift again i’ve lost all my rage. First-aid seems to do the same and depending on situation i lose too much rage from eating…

    Any suggestions?

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      pl_walker
      Août 6, 2009 @ 22:18

      Rage ProductionI only recently found these guides, and I’m loving them. I did want to add a note that I found another talent build that suggested spending the first five points in Furor talent (I think Balance) even as a Feral Druid. I can honestly say that with that I rarely had problems with bear form. It slows the progression on the Feral tree, but you can respec when you get cat for quest leveling rather than bear grinding.

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        Août 6, 2009 @ 22:41

        It’s the resto tree. YouIt’s the resto tree. You will eventually definitely want to take Furor on your way down to Omen of Clarity, and Furor is really nice while leveling even for cats because when you dismount and pop into form, you have some energy to work with right away. I definitely recommend it.

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      monolith
      Déc 21, 2009 @ 21:26

      Just to let everyone know…i’m not sure what Blizzard did, but they’ve made using Bear Form at low levels easier! First-Aid no longer pulls you out off Bear Form, gaining rage is a lot easier and maintaining it just as much, with the right spec’ing (thanks to this guide) damage output seems like it’s been given a major overhaul for the better.

      So rejoice!!! And enjoy the shapeshifting!!!

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    Marximus
    Juin 15, 2009 @ 4:07

    HoTBasically follow Zerox’s cast rotation in bear form….it is slow but effective. As far as heals just when you see yourself getting low drop rejuve and regrowth as quick as possible. If you need to just carry some mana pots with you for awhile until you get invenerate. I just found this freakin spell today and was like ok 6 min. CD but awesome in a pinch. Things get easier trust me I was once a frustrated low level druid know I’m 42 (off and on leveling)…love my kitty form and love to punish.

    42 Dyton (Alterac Mountains)

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    Prodigy
    Juin 18, 2009 @ 2:55

    Level 40I have heard from many people that the way to go after level 40 is moonkin and cast as it is much easier and faster i dont know if this is true or not but have heard from many people go ahead and reply with your comments i will be more than happy to see yor opinions

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      Anonyme
      Oct 20, 2009 @ 22:22

      Spell rotationI don’t agree at your 1-9 rotation, moonfire cost twice as much as Wrath. So insteed of casting Wrath > Roots > Moonfire > whatever. I prefer using Wrath x3 > Meele if its just a regular mob. On tricker mob I use: Wrath x2 > Roots > Go backwards > Wrath x2/3 > Moonfire > anything.

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      Nov 11, 2009 @ 10:14

      Balance vs Feral for levelingBalance and Feral level at about the same speed. The difference comes from gear and skill.

      If you prefer casting then by all means go Balance, but do realise you will need to heavily invest in Int gear and this is rare until the Outland. Feral leveling has no downtime and as such at this point (3.2.2) it is still optimal, but by no means ‘better’ or ‘faster’ then Balance. It’s personal preference :).

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    Nov 12, 2009 @ 11:19

    Updated for 3.2.2!I’ve just updated the guide regarding all changes from about the LK release to now. Exams over = summer = time to update guide!

    Changes:

    Added suggestion about Balance leveling 10 – 19 (if there is a call for it I’ll write up a Balance leveling guide as well).
    Reformatted talents to make them easier to read.
    Fixed errors in the rotations.
    Added tips.
    Fixed stat weights.
    Fixed class quests.
    Updated glyphs.

    Like always, if you have any comments, queries or concerns, feel free to drop a comment or PM me :).

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      Nov 12, 2009 @ 13:41

      The Swift Flight Form questThe Swift Flight Form quest is also optional now if you want to include it. Trained at 71.

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        Nov 15, 2009 @ 2:44

        ThanksThanks, I’ve added that to the guide.

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      Nov 13, 2009 @ 10:15

      You no more need the addonYou no more need the addon to have the mana bar while morphed – it’s built-in now.

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        Nov 15, 2009 @ 2:45

        Updating addonsI’ve been meaning to update the Addon section for some time; thanks for pointing out we no longer need Druid bar.

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    Anonyme
    Mai 9, 2010 @ 2:59

    Weapon level 40+Recommend http://www.wowhead.com/item=9416 for level 40-60 Leveling

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    Mez
    Juil 18, 2010 @ 9:50

    Great guide!Thanks this is EXACTLY what I needed, and more! Really concise guide, and I like the detailed rotation and stat priority information – sped things up a LOT for me.

    Thanks again 🙂

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