Kamis, 23 Agustus 2012

Choosing Your Class in World of Warcraft

If you need help in choosing your first character class in World of Warcraft, then you've come to the right place. Each class has its own strengths, weaknesses, and playing style. Before choosing your class, you should first think about the play style that you prefer. If you prefer fighting your enemies up close with melee weapons, then choose a melee class such as the Rogue. If you prefer casting spells and destroying your enemies from afar, then choose a ranged class such as the Shaman, Priest, Druid, and Warlock. Here you will find a list of some of the available character classes and their strengths and weaknesses.

Rogue

Strengths:

The Rogue can open locks and he is the best damage dealer class in melee combat. He is a great dual wielder and the most fun class in World of Warcraft because of his various abilities. His stealth abilities open up more possibilities in combat.

Weaknesses:

The Rogue relies too much on daggers and depends too much on cool downs for his abilities. He is also squishy because he cannot wear armor greater than leather armor.

Shaman

Strengths:

The Shaman can wear Mail armor when he reaches level 40 and use healing spells. He can use a shield and has the ability to resurrect himself and resurrect others. The Shaman is a good fighter/spell caster combo class.

Weaknesses:

The Shaman needs to manage his totems constantly and can't use weapons such as two-handed axes and swords. You will need to go deep in the Enhancement skills tree if you want to dual wield weapons.

Priest

Strengths:

The Priest is the best healing class in World of Warcraft. He can do decent damage in combat and has strong defensive spells.

Weaknesses:

The Priest is not a good class for a beginner; priests die easily because they can only wear cloth and therefore take a lot of damage.

Druid

Strengths:

The Druid is a good solo class and he has the ability to transform into different animals. He is a very flexible class and can root his enemies in place. He has spells for healing a group and can tank for a group if necessary. He can also travel faster with his different travel forms.

Weaknesses:

The Druid cannot wear armor heavier than leather armor and switching between animal forms during combat can be time consuming and awkward. He is a difficult class to master.

Warlock

Strengths:

The Warlock can summon his own mount at level 40 and has various pets that aid him in combat. He also has the ability to teleport or summon group members. He is strong in PvE and PVP and has high stamina. His spells are great for crowd control during battle.

Weaknesses:

The Warlock can only equip cloth and he is not the best magic damage dealer. He is hard class to play for a beginner.

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