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8-17-2009 @ 4:26PM
Basically the idea is good. We do need more Tauren classes since we've got only 4 for them /not counting the *meh* Death Knight/. A Tauren Paladin is a nice combination, and IIRC we've seen such even in the original WoW - and I'm talking about those bullheads in Darkcloud Pinacle. A Dwarf Shaman and Human Hunter are also good ideas since we've seen in lore both. However, I just can't imagine some things. Like a Tauren Priest. Really? A Priest? I don't think the Taurens need any priests at all, both in game and lored. When we're talking about Taurens and arcanity things can get shitty. Also, an undead hunter sounds really stupid. Try to imagine a Tauren Warlock - it's a meh situation. The same thing is the Undead Hunter - the Forsaken, fighting with everything living /from the Wrath Gate it becomes clear that when they say everything they mean everything/, aren't exactly THAT kindly type of nature-lovers beast-tamers. They are more likely into the light, but not into the nature. A better replacement is the Undead Paladin in my opinion.We have a new druid for the Horde, why not one for the Alliance? I can't imagine why a Dwarf would become a mage /maybe they want to keep their brews hot with arcane powers, who knows/, but having a Wildhammer Shaman makes it easier for the Ironforge Dwarves with a little help of lore-raping to become the new druid class for the Alliance.However, I'm glad with the other decisions. As I mentioned, Tauren Paladin, Human Hunter and Dwarf Shaman are nice combinations. So are and the Orc Mage, Night Elf Mage, Blood Elf Warrior - furthermore they exist in-lore and in-game. Plus it's never a bad thing to have a little healin' fella in your legs. x)
8-23-2009 @ 3:35PM
You have a new druid for the alliance. It comes with the Worgen. Read my post.Apart from this, I did find your post very acccurate and reasonable. Good job.
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