So the last time I played druid was pretty much the go to option if you wanted to play support but it seems the support specs are a bit more balanced since then. I've always been pretty casual with the game but WoW being the dumpster fire that it is right now, I wanted to try to use this time to get back into GW2 and a bit more seriously. At some point I would like to do raids and fractals but I need to work on my gear. However I'd like to decide on a "main" first. I know the game is alt friendly and all that but I want to focus on one for now and learn it as best as I can before I jump into playing other professions.
So right now I'm playing my ranger but I'm mostly getting caught up on the story and then I want to work on ascended gearing. I like ranger but at the same time I kind of hate managing a pet. I've never been a fan of elementalist so that's not even an option for me, not even a fan of the elite specs. I am interested in Firebrand as all the utility it brings kind of reminds me of my paladin in WoW. The other profession I'm really interested in is Revenant. I wasn't aware that it had a support spec until recently but it looks pretty interesting.
TLDR is it possible anyone can give me the pros and cons of druid, whatever the support line for revenant is, and firebrand? I'm not huge into PvP or WvW so this is from a instanced PvE and open world perspective. Everything I look up is mostly from months ago or 2017 so I'm pretty sure it's outdated lol. Thank you!