John Campbell (jcampbel) says:
I have this terrible urge to make my next D&D character an awakened bear Druid/Barbarian/Bear Warrior who contracted lycanthropy from a werebear. So a bear who turns into a bear who can wildshape into a bear who gets so angry that he turns into a bear. My animal companion, of course, would be a bear. And I've now typed "bear" so many times that it doesn't look like a word to me anymore.
Euel Ball (euel) says:
Talk about a grizzly character! How could you bear to think of that? (I'm sorry, I'll go now...)
Alex KB (kbkarma) says:
Fur shame, sir. You stole my pun.
Ronnie Simonds (ronrab) says:
Make sure your DM allows you to use druid weapons while shapeshifted - you do of course have the right to bear arms.
Rodford Smith (stickmaker) says:
Now why'd you have to go and bruin it?
Kay Gilbert (kaygilbert) says:
Beth: I just adore Freefall, which I discovered through Shaenon, so a Florence Ambrose character would have been great. However, I'm not sure you could top your awesome Tipwilkin, or his equally awesome wardrobe. Now that would be a great, scary Halloween costume!
Adam Underfoot (unnatural20) says:
Wolf-Tip does look pretty awesome in those dresses.
Also @jcampbel Yo dawg, I heard you like bears.
Sam Ashley (evilmidnightlurker) says:
For the record, WoW druids don't actually turn into wolves. Big cats (two kinds), bears, owlbears, ents, and some kind of manatee... but no wolves.
Paul Lenoue (palenoue) says:
Because Ed hasn't posted a song yet, I will.
Werewolves! (sung to the tune 'Tequila")
Daniel Ross (nentuaby) says:
Don't forget to employ Summon Nature's Ally VI at every opportunity. You simply cannot afford to sacrifice that additional 1d4+1 of bear. (Yes, It's a mass noun at this stage.)
Brian Fallstrom (alfador) says:
Yes, it would be odd to have a werewolf turn into another kind of wolf--which is why worgen can't be shamans. The druid can turn into a feline form, a bear form (both of the previous being very wolfish for worgen, sporting horns on tauren, long ears on night elves, and mohawks on trolls), a sea lion form, a cheetah form, and two kinds of bird form (which are bats instead for trolls). Balance druids can in addition assume an owlbear-ish form, and Restoration druids can turn into a tree.
Shaman, on the other hand, have Ghost Wolf form, a transparent blue wolf. There's also an obscure item in the raid instance Karazhan that can turn any character temporarily worgen... I haven't yet seen how it affects characters that already are.
Beth Bever (dementron) says:
Squeee! My screenshots are up!
Fortunately Hugsteimnao is a warrior, so I've been levelling Tip as a healer as an excuse to wear robes all the time. Unfortunately, sometimes I end up passing on upgrades because they clash with his outfit...
Li B (li) says:
The eternal challenge in any MMORPG. Balancing your character's ability to stay alive with his ability not to look like a clown.
Haley: ...so the Boots of Speed were totally powerful, but they were, like, lime green.
Vaarsuvius: Indeed. A most grave conundrum you facedLog In or Register to post a comment! It's free!
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