Okay, to start with I hope this is in the correct spot. Anyways, I have been a druid for a long time. primarily pidgeon-holed into healing since my old main was a Priest who healed. I also play on a small realm, according to Wowprogress.com, our realm has less then 4k active players these days. So anyways, during Dragon Soul, I attempted to move to feral, I was simply burned out on healing and wanted to do something different. Was nearly always at the top of the dps charts, yet was simply regulated back to well we got a rogue. That has been the story of my time attempting to raid feral. Just recently we had a older guild who was attempting to rebuild holding a pug for ToT. I joined hoping you know show my stuff, get a raiding spot as feral. Results went, I was second on dps chart behind a lock, at 146k dps (499 Ilvl, no rune) and well ahead of a rogue. Well, I was offered a spot, but as a healer... Since they didn't want two dps after the same gear, even though there was a dps dk/paladin/ and tank paladin who uses haste gear also... But anyways. My question is for the other ferals around, does the larger realms provide a better chance for feral raiding, or is it just the same story on them? That most people are in the belief that ferals are not worth bringing (yes I know smoke screen is a lovely raid reduction cd that I don't have a real answer for.)
The cheaper transfer fees are up and I am really considering it, just don't honestly know a ton about the larger realms and their raid comps. I hope that with more guilds recruiting there would be more chances, but just curious if that also just simply means, more damned rogues regardless if they suck or not getting the spot, since ferals have a bad raiding reputation.