Burning Crusade: Druid Spells - Crow form finally

Blizzard released the new Burning Crusade Druid Spells.  Druids may rejoice.  The long requested crow form sought back since closed beta, is available now. Druids can now fly. However, the sad story is that you may only fly in Outland. This spell introduces you as a Druid of the Talon, and to reiterate it Druids now get Cyclone, a Druid of the Talon spell.

The Druid will get a new ability for their cat form and Dire Bear form, as well as a nice healing spell named Lifebloom, which stacks three times, and doesn’t cost as much mana at a cost of only 220 mana.

  • Flight Form
    Transforms the Druid into a flight form, increasing movement speed by 60% and allowing you to fly. Can only use this form in Outland.

    The act of shapeshifting frees the caster of Polymorph and Movement Impairing effects

  • Cyclone
    Tosses the enemy target into the air, preventing all action but making them invulnerable for up to 6 sec. Only one target can be affected by your Cyclone at a time.

  • Maim
    Finishing move that causes damage plus an additional amount and incapacitates the opponent. Any damage caused will revive the target. Causes more damage and lasts longer per combo point:
      1 point: 129 damage and 2 seconds
      2 points: 213 damage and 3 seconds
      3 points: 297 damage and 4 seconds
      4 points: 381 damage and 5 seconds
      5 points: 465 damage and 6 seconds

  • Lacerate
    Lacerates the enemy target, making them bleed for 155 damage over 15 sec and causing a high amount of threat. This effect stacks up to 5 times on the same target.

  • Lifebloom
    Heals the target for 273 over 7 sec. When Lifebloom completes its duration or is dispelled, the target is instantly healed for 600. This effect can stack up to 3 times on the same target.

By Medievaldragon

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