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4-06-2009 @ 7:36PM
They still need to come up with a Hero Class for the new expansion.I'm going to regurgitate what I just said on the forums and say Pirates, for the Maelstrom.All-race-applicable, Leather Class, a Beer bar for resources.Perfect.
4-06-2009 @ 9:31PM
An Archdruid class would go well with an Emerald Dream expansion. Emerald Dream would also go hand-in-hand with adding more content to Aszhara, Moonglade, and Mt. Hyjal (not the CoT raid but the actual zone).Admittedly I have no idea how Gilneas would be connected... that actually would have been more suited to the theme of the current expansion. If they're going to do anything with Gilneas, I'd expect to see it in a 3.x patch BEFORE the next expansion.
4-06-2009 @ 11:51PM
Brewmaster. Hybrid DPS, Tank. Cloth armor. Three specs: Drunken, Discipline, and Martial. Class-specific profession: (like poisons or runeforging) Brewing. Different brews give you different buffs, much like DK runeforging, rogue poison or shammy weapon enhancements.
4-07-2009 @ 12:08AM
Maelstrom:New race: Goblins. You decide at character creation what faction to align with, but both Horde and Alliance goblins could share the same leveling areas. They'd have ogre mounts, which would be awesome.New hero class: Tinker. Combines aspects of the Goblin Tinker and Goblin Alchemist hero classes from WC3, so it'd be a DPS/healer hybrid. Probably only available to goblins and gnomes, but maybe one other Horde race.
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