The Storm Genasi is an indigenous Australian aboriginal group who live in the Alice Springs area. At first glance, it might not appear to be a traditional indigenous tribe, yet for many ordinary people living on the streets, especially those young folks the Storm Genasi are probably their greatest heroes! The Storm Genasi have been portrayed as both fierce and powerful, and they definitely have the unique ability to do just that! The group is made up of about 5000 strong members, with many more joining along the way. It is these stronger members who take on whatever role they are called upon to perform, whether it is in defense or in battle.
Unlike most of their Earth-based counterparts, the storm genasi does not use magical powers, but they do have a unique ability score increase system. This system gives every member of the storm clan an ability score, which represents their individual ability to think creatively and persevere. These abilities are often used to help them achieve particular goals within the group. Each member has a specific goal that they wish to achieve through teamwork; these goals need to be carefully planned to be easily accomplished and not too ambitious. By planning a strategy involving the storm genasi, these goals can be reached much quicker than by attempting to accomplish them on your own. Therefore, the ability score increase system that each member gets is meant to allow them to reach their potential in the community; this helps to build team spirit, and leads to overall happiness within the group.
In a nutshell, every storm genasi has nine different natural talents or “elementals” that they can draw upon when needed. These elementals are very powerful and almost unbreakable in combat, even at the highest levels of the game. However, they are also fragile and highly vulnerable to damage. When a member of the storm genasi takes damage from their natural element, they have to roll a d20 to determine if the damage they suffered is considered a success or failure. The failure side of the d20 shows the type of damage incurred, while the success side displays the result of how much damage the elemental can withstand. This system is designed to help give each member of the storm clan a unique advantage when trying to either dominate opponents or cause mass damage to objects within the game environment.
Another unique aspect of the storm genasi is that each one starts at level 10 instead of starting at level 1 like the other classes. There are two reasons for this; one being that the original game had some pretty big bugs that made the game unstable and did not really feel balanced at all. To solve this issue, Blizzard added a number of balance alterations and bug fixes to the game, which are represented in the new Storm Caller system. With this new system, players will be able to accelerate their progress through gaining access to more powerful spells, abilities, and artifacts; as well as gaining access to rarer, more powerful items. All of these items will be restricted, however, to characters that begin on level 10 or higher.
Another interesting thing about the storm druid is the unique mechanic that allows him to change his form. This is called the cyclone. Each of the elements has its own form, which can change depending on how the storm druid wants to play the situation. A good example of this is the wind elemental form, which allows the druid to fly through the air and deal massive amounts of lightning damage to multiple targets.
There are several other unique features to the storm druid, such as the ability to turn into an animal. This is called the wild shape, and it allows the druid to imitate any creature in Ginyu’s inventory, allowing him to move, attack, and cast spells while in said animal. This is also known as “the bear form.” The bear form is only effective during Ginyu’s phase and is only useful against the enemies that the druid can fight without breaking into a wild shape. However, it is one of the coolest things about the storm druid, since nearly every player will have access to some form of bear form at some point during their leveling experience.
The final of this tier is the corrupted genes. Storm Druids take on the appearance of the Genasi, a race native to the World of Warcraft’s Kalimdor. The corrupted genes is not only stronger than the traditional Genasi but also more durable. Like all other forms of the storm druid, the corrupted genasi has its own form that can change based on which form it is in, though they all share one base model.
Storm Druids can come in many different forms, each with their own special feature. Unlike other forms, storm druids share a special ability score increase to allow them to deal out more damage and lower their target’s defense. Their natural resistances to all elements help them stay alive longer and fight longer against their enemies. No matter what role you play in the game, there is a suitable form for you!