Hello, I’m a bit confused about how to use a Druid’s animal-form moves.
In a post on the DW forum, Sage states that no roll is needed when a Druid spends a hold to do one of their animal form’s moves. Thus, if a mouse Druid wants to sneak away, he automatically succeeds. If a wolf Druid wants to tear out an enemy’s throat he does it. So in essence, one shape-shifting roll leads to 1-3 automatic successes as long as the move falls in line with the animal form taken. Is all of that correct?
My second question is, can a Druid in a predatory animal form save their holds and roll a Hack and Slash attack instead? For example, if the wolf Druid’s moves are:
-Growl to intimidate
-Tear out an enemy’s throat
-Track by sent
Can the wolf Druid decide to bite an enemy’s leg (instead of spending a hold to go for the throat) and if so, should he roll Hack & Slash for that action?