Now that you’ve had a chance to look at the first eleven Wrath of the Lich King Druid Feral Combat abilities, it’s time to move on to the second batch. While all of these are extremely helpful throughout your quests, there are couples that do not really need to be used. Then again you may just want to give them a whirl to say you used them. Whatever you decide we have the second list for you below.
Faerie Fire (Feral)
If you want to take away some of the armor from your opponent then make sure you have the Faerie Fire (Feral) ability handy. Not only will it decrease armor, but it will also make it so they can’t turn invisible or use any stealth modes. It used to be that only certain Druid levels would be able to use this ability. However, with the Wrath of the Lich King overhaul any Druid can now use them.
In order to accomplish your quests quicker and reach the places you need to go for upgrading, the Feline Grace will be extremely helpful. This ability basically gives you 9 lives. Well, actually it just helps you fall without dying. So the next time you reach the top of a tree to complete a quest or get training, you can jump off the windy downhill and hit the bottom without a scratch.
Listen, if you are new to the game and come across the Ferocious Bite ability, it might be a bit over your head. The easiest way to explain it is you will be able to increase your enemy’s damage by using your attack power relentlessly. The additional information revolves combo points, getting conversions and much more. It’s just not something we have time to go over.
Most of the shape shifting while adding the Wrath of the Lich King expansion allows you to free yourself from Polymorph and Movement Impairing problems. The same goes for the Flight Form ability, but this Feral Combat method as a little more kick. Not only will you be able to fly and increase your speed throughout the region, but you will only be able to use it in Outland and Northrend. This will be a huge help when needing to reach far away lands.
If you want to add a little health to your character then use the Frenzied Regeneration. This allows you to convert Rage into health, which can be a monumental benefit as your journey continues. Although this is a great advantage, it is a small percentage that is converted. Keep this in mind because you may have to use it over and over again in order to reach the amount you desire.
When you are paired up with someone else the Growl taunt is a fantastic tool. If a member in your group is being attacked and about to die, you can use this bring the enemies towards you. Granted, it won’t do you any good if they are already attacking you, but you will get the job done with the others nonetheless. Plus, you will have a lot more room to work with considering your distance to use this ability will be longer.
This is a great ability if you can find it. We spent weeks trying to grab this from the appropriate places, and then finally stumbled upon it after reaching certain levels. The Lacerate basically makes your enemy bleed to death. Well, it’s a start. However, it is a slow moving process since they will continue to bleed over time. Most people call this torture, but we call it a great aspect to the Druid family.
When you need that final blow to strike down an opponent, the Maim ability is one of the best Feral Combat ones out there. There are various benefits to this, but the main one is that it keeps them from attacking you. The only problem is once you hit them (most of the time), it will interrupt the effect. However, this is something you want handy when you are close to dying yourself.
You will notice in the Wrath of the Lich King game there are several types of damage. Whether it’s Blood damage, Maul damage or any of the others, you can get extra health taken away from your enemies. When using the Maul ability you will be able to cause a substantial amount of threat surrounding you. Performing this ability will actually increase the Bleed and Maul damages in the game.
Well, if you haven’t figured out what the Pounce ability does then we don’t know what to tell you. When you perform this stunning effect ritual, it will only work if you are prowling as a beast. The affect this has on your enemies will give you enough time to take huge chunks of health away from them. By the time their stunning has worn off they will almost be dead.
The final Feral Combat ability on this list is the Prowl. Since Druids can become quite fast, you may only want to use this when necessary. Only reason being is it slows you down. Otherwise you can Prowl around in a stealth mode without being detected. You may need this when you are trying to get out of a sticky situation, so keep it nearby.
One More to Go
You are two-thirds of the way done reading about the Feral Combat abilities for Druids. This second installment should give you additional help during your quests and dueling techniques. If by chance you still haven’t found the appropriate ability you want to learn more about, then it has to be within our final article covering this topic.
If this is your first time reading about the Druid class, we recommend using them for an unbelievable adventure. Having the opportunity to turn into several different creatures when the time is right can make the World of Warcraft game even more enjoyable.