The vulpera are super cute and amazing. I’d give anything to play as my favorite race and class! Please let the vulpera be druids or a future questline that lets a vulpera follow a wild god/loa or anything to help them go on the path of a druid.
In Vul’Dun, Kiro loves seeds and tending to the remaining nature in their desert. How is that NOT druid deserving?
Edit: Thanks Apolloraza for your response, I’m going to summarize it most of your post here and add in some additional info in OP since it can help the Vulpera’s case to be druids!
Other druid races such as worgen and kul’tiran didn’t start off with a blessing of a Wild God. In the worgen starting zone, as a druid, you start off as a human without the worgen curse/gift. The Gilnean worgen barely knew of Goldrinn until the Night Elves saved the Gilneans.
Gilnean worgen are not part of the Emerald Dream, but the Night Elf druids who practiced the “Pack Form” were from the Emerald Dream and couldn’t control it.
Below is from Wowpedia:
The Druids of the Scythe are a sect of druids who advocated the use of the Pack Form during the War of the Satyr. Originally calling themselves Druids of the Pack , they shapeshifted into a powerful yet unwieldy form that embodied the fury of the wolf Ancient Guardian, Goldrinn. They called this form the Pack Form, a form that turned them into wolves. Although powerful, the Pack Form tended to turn the druids feral. Malfurion Stormrage prohibited the use of this form because it couldn’t be controlled. However, the Druids of the Pack continued to practice the form in secret, but eventually lost themselves to the form’s feral rage.
While in the worgen form, the druids eventually lost their minds to its violent nature. Blinded by all-consuming rage, Ralaar’s druids tore through friend and foe alike during battle with the satyrs. Night elves wounded by the unruly beasts contracted a virulent curse that turned them into worgen as well. Malfurion Stormrage mournfully banished the worgen beneath Daral’nir in the [Emerald Dream, where they would be in peaceful slumber for all eternity.
For millennia, the worgen threat was contained until the day Arugaltampered with summoning worgen after looking into Ur’s research, calling them into the world to combat the Scourge but accidentally unleashing the worgen curse on Gilneas. Some of the worgen were also released from their slumber by Velinde Starsong using the Scythe of Elune. Some of the worgen at Talonbranch Glade have been there since Velinde summoned the worgen.
Likewise, the Nightbane pack in Duskwood are also night elven worgen.
Regarding Kul’tirans and druidism, quoting from Wowpedia again,
The Drust were a population of seafaring vrykul who some time after the Sundering settled on Kul Tiras. They mainly lived in Drustvar, but also resided in several areas of Tiragarde Sound and to less extent Stormsong Valley. When the human sailors from Gilneas arrived in Kul Tiras around 2,700 years ago, the Drust, led by Gorak Tul, waged war against the human settlers. However, not all Drust agreed with the war, and the druidic Thornspeakers left Drust society to side with the humans.
Vulpera do not need to be previously associated with the Emerald Dream to be druids. They can learn druidism.
Please allow the Vulpera to be druids!!!