I have been playing World of Warcraft for approximately 3 years now. During that time I have made countless lifetime friends, many acquaintances and have experienced memorable moments that still thrive today as inside jokes amongst my friends.
In WoW there are currently eleven different classes to pick from;
Paladin, Hunter, Druid, Warlock, Shaman, Monk, Priest, Warrior, Rogue, Death Knight, Mage.
Each class is capable of different roles within the game. At this point in time I currently have all eleven at the max level possible in the game. So in this blog I will be giving my opinionated reviews on each of the different playstyles, capabilities, necessary skill level, and basically anything the average user has to know in order to make an educated decision on which class they would like to start with, or even play next
Below are 6 different factors I take in when considering how much I like a class. These factors are:
- Levelling Speed – How long it takes to get from level 1 to max level (currently 90)
- Survivability – How well you can survive extended combat without help from other players
- Gameplay – How well the class is designed to give you a pleasant and fun experience in all aspects of the game
- Utility – How well your class specific abilities effect the quality of life of your fellow players
- Soloing Capability – How well the class can solo things that should otherwise need a group to kill/complete.
- Transmog – How many options you have available to the class in making gear look unique or different. Also included is how much I like the available tier or challenge sets.
General Class Template
In this blog, I will include the following template near the beginning of each review to aide in giving you quick, concise, need-to-know information regarding the class I will be talking about.
- Class :
- Available Races :
- Role :
- Specializations :
- Gear Type :
- Resources :
- Alternate Resource :
- Useable Weapons :