Again, I said "Half-orcs in general (I'm not talking about a specific background)." Stop trying to argue from a specific background concept. All half-orcs do not "spend all day in wilderness, have all their clothes and utensils made from natural materials, and concern themselves primarily with his instincts and emotions." There's nothing wrong with specific half-orcs choosing to be druids, but you need to show why all half-orcs, not just the "tribal wilderness dweller," would be well enough suited to the druid class (instead of the more general cleric) to justify it being one of their favored class choices.
What are you talking about? I am not arguing from a specific background concept I hold. I specifically said, *if* horcs in the Pathfinder setting *are* more prone to reject civilization compared to full humans, then druid could very well be a possible favored class. The fact that barbarian is already a favored class for horcs however, does seem to show (regardless of setting) that they tend to have an inclination for wildnerness, as the barbarian's skill list and flavor would demonstrate. Which brings me to my next point, from another poster:
Regardless of alignment, Orcs are tend to chop and burn down forests than live in them. Also, all of your arguements work just as well for Nature Related Clerics as they do for Druids, but in the Case of Clerics, it really does show the distinction between civilized and uncivilized Clerics. Most druid aspects can be done with nature/primal Clerics just as easy and better (well in 3.5 they could).
I don't think most druid aspects can be done just as well with "primal clerics" because the problem is a druid's entire spell list, skill list, and extra features (woodland stride, wild shape, venom immunity, wild empathy, etc.) are all oriented towards dealing with wilderness settings or have a wild flavor, whereas a "nature-based" cleric would only get a few domain spells or maybe a skill or two added to his list. I already addressed the idea that dominating one's surroundings shouldn't necessarily prevent one from being a druid but as for cutting down forests, humans, in every setting I've ever seen, do this *far far* more often than orcs...