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    Default Druid "Reaving Roar" question?

    Sorry if this is a dumb question, but does this only work in Animal form? I assume the answer is Yes but I can't find it anywhere online.

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    Nope, it works in regular humanoid form & will proc (centered on self) when you kill an appropriately levelled enemy, regardless of how you kill it... hence why at low to mid levels pretty much every caster druid will take natures warrior, as combined with, say, an ice storm or firewall it can destroy entire crowds of mobs in moments.
    I don't mean to come across as unsympathetic - but I am, so I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyDuck81 View Post
    Nope, it works in regular humanoid form & will proc (centered on self) when you kill an appropriately levelled enemy, regardless of how you kill it... hence why at low to mid levels pretty much every caster druid will take natures warrior, as combined with, say, an ice storm or firewall it can destroy entire crowds of mobs in moments.
    Oh wow this is serious awesomesauce. I can't wait to try this out, because I do not like running in animal form. Thanks.

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    No worries At low levels roar is sickeningly powerful, and even in high level heroic (and in EN/EH runs when soloing or lowmanning) its very effective. Personally, i prefer melee druids & in the later heroic levels http://ddowiki.com/page/Item:Fang_of_Siberys combined with roar was hilarious
    Last edited by FuzzyDuck81; 05-24-2013 at 11:42 AM.
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