Druid PVP cont'
*PVP against priest: if they know you're there i.e. in a duel it's more difficult, try to backstab them and go kitty, this is a general rule for fighting casters: go kitty. It's much like fighting warlocks, you will get most of your heals and spells interupt through fear and face melt. and you have no such advantage to interupt theirs'. a difficult fight indeed, so don't fight them on duels.
*PVP against shaman, go melee on them with bear it's a game of outlasting mana,
shaman NEED their mana to increase DPS- you don't. so go bear and save your rage, then regenerate HP with rage,
then use maul etc to increase your DPS.
when they try to heal- bash to interrupt if they're low hp go kitty to finish them off.
If they're doing considerable DPS-bash root run then heal yourself. Then continue as a bear.
In battlegound fights usually goes like this:-both groups are afraid to rush the other group and usualy a single paladin or warrior follow by some rogue stupid enough to follow them will rush in and die while caster cast spells long range on the groups.
As a druid it's never boring.
*You can go Kitty and stealth BEHIND the opposing group and wait for the caster to drink; and they WILL drink alot. when they are sitting both the rogue or druid's backstab has a 100% chance of crit.
choose your victim carefully, I perfer to target warlocks for the overpowerness that blizzard unfairly bestowed to them, the one without alot of mates nearby and are 1/2 hp . 2 hits should kill them. then turn travel form and run, by time their mate realize you're there you should be out of combat and ready to stealth again.
do that, morph kitty and stealth then repeat the process.
*You can play the role as a healer, heal the rushing warrior. by keeping him alive your group have a better chance at crushing the other group.
*You can try to piss the other group off by:
1) playing the long range caster role, cast your moonfire or wrath spells.
2)debuff the enemy with fairy fire
3)ROOT anyone that gets too close. I can't stress this enough, people really notice your root, it's more powerful than the hunter's mark. if you're a druid and on BG try it, it's like a death mark, the ones you root usually get kill first and fast.
4)Sleep the hunter's pet or feral druids
this really piss the hunters off.
*General tips for druid: Go feral, it's faster leveling and pvping and more fun to play with.
Get rogue gears increase AGI for lvling and pvp and Armor for tanking in dungeons and pvping rogues and warriors.
If you raid you'll eventually get gears that can tank Onyxia which makes you a prot. warrior but have much more DPS than them
I've played mage,rogue,warrior,warlock,shaman and finally found the class that I will stick with: Druid, because if you like PVP you will love druid, it's never boring - there's so many ways to have fun.