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Question: Night Elf vs Zandalari Troll for PvE Druid

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Choosing between a Night Elf or Zandalari Troll for a PvE Druid in World of Warcraft largely depends on your preferred playstyle and the racial abilities of each race. 1. Night Elf: They have several advantages for a PvE Druid. The first is their racial ability, Shadowmeld, which allows you to disappear from sight, useful for ditching aggro or avoiding mechanics in some fights. They also passively have a faster movement speed in their Wisp form upon death, which can get you back into the action faster. Night Elves also have a small boost to their dodge chance, which can be quite handy for a tank. 2. Zandalari Troll: The Zandalari Troll racial ability, Regeneratin', quickly restores health over a few seconds, which is helpful in PvP and in situations where quick healing is required in PvE. This can be very useful if you're playing a restoration druid or if you just need a quick top-up. Also, their Embrace of the Loa ability allows them to choose between several Loa with different bonuses, such as Kimbul for extra bleed damage which is beneficial for Feral druids, or Bwonsamdi for an increase in critical healing, beneficial for Restoration druids. It's important to note that the statistics difference is quite minute and often doesn't significantly affect gameplay, so you can choose based on which race's aesthetic, storyline, and abilities you enjoy more. Good luck and have fun with your decision!

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 18, 2023, 5:35 a.m.

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Published: Monday, September 18, 2023

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