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Well 3.2 was very interesting for me. Obviously we got our new smexy bear and cat forms which make leveling a bit more visually pleasing. Though I’m glad I level kitty and not bear as that big ole bear butt in the air isn’t my favorite part of the changes. Also with the new changes to mounts I went and picked up my epic kodo.

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And the most amazing news for my lil sapling is that on a whim I decided to take a detour to Dustwallow Marsh and see if Dartt was around and low and behold there it was and boy is Dartt fast. I actually managed to tag it and picked up one of her Darting Hatchlings. After much very difficult deliberation, my guild mates convinced me to put it on the auction house for 5k Gold. I awoke this morning to one heck of a gift to a level 44 druid. Namely more gold than I can expect to seriously need till I’m 80. So to wrap this up, Thank you 3.2 for all your gifts to us druids and a very big thank you for solving any financial issues I may have had in the future with my lil sapling.

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Hi, my name is Dertt. As you may have already realized I’m a Tauren Druid. ¬†Anyway I want to take a moment with my first post to introduce myself and give a little background info on me as a player.

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I first started playing World of Warcraft back in 2005. My first character was a Dwarf Warrior leveled as fury spec and swapped to Prot at endgame. Unfortunately I don’t recall the name of the first two guilds I was in. Around lvl 40 my cousin started playing a Paladin and joined the guild <Holy Leigon> of US Rexxar he recruited me into the guild shortly after that and I found my first home in WoW. ¬†Around the time I dinged 70 the leaders of the guild were stepping down and somehow I ended up in charge. I turned the guild from a regular leveling guild into a leveling/casual raiding guild. I stuck with <Holy Leigon> until I quit WoW around early 2007.

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