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World of Warcraft: Legion's New Druid Cat Forms Look Pretty

Compared to other classes and specs, Feral Druids will get notable extra treatment in World of Warcraft: Legion.


The old Druid cat form models got an upgrade, and it’s not just a simple model swap. There’ll be 22 different Cat forms, depending on which available races and Artifact Talents the players are using. That’s pretty neat.

The Artifact forms that are now enabled in the Alpha were teased before, as you can see in MMO-Champion’s clip. Compared to the current state of the Cat Form, they all look awesome, especially the Spectral ones.

And here’s a showcase by wordup834 of the new Feral Druid with all the new animations and skills in action.


Top gif via f3dj4

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I’d love to see a critical article take a look at the path to Legion. We’re currently what... 98 days from the earliest possible Legion release date (6/10) based on their quarterlies?

Assuming that they release the pre-patch content 1 month prior as before, that means we’re still 67 days before any Legion content is delivered to the masses. Players will have been in Hellfire Citadel for 320 days at that point. The entire expansion from Launch day to Hellfire Citadel’s release was 249...

I mean based on those numbers alone I’d love to see an article where someone asked Blizzard essentially “WTF” and actually gets an answer. That would be pretty interesting, especially if it were more than just lip-service.

Like... how do you expect to garner returning players let alone new subscribers to Legion, when you basically stepped away from your existing player base and said “Here, play with this until we’re done”, especially in the context of an expansion that already saw a massive drop-off of subs.

I don’t mean this to come off as a WoW-hating comment... I’d actually be REALLY interested in that article. There has to be some logic to what (from an outside perspective) seems like some of the worst development choices ever.