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4-27-2011 @ 3:58PM
You can't go wrong with a (male) Draenei hunter; the staff-twirly and gun-spinny animations are awesomesauce - in fact, I recently rolled one *just because of that*.I have a secret love of female night elf arcane mages; the Highborne are cool, and the female night elf channeling animation (as seen when casting arcane missiles!) is pretty awesome.Shamans are dwarves, of course. Shortly after they announced race changes I leveled a draenei shaman with the entire purpose of switching him to dwarf! They announced faction changes shortly before that, and at that point I actually tried leveling a troll shaman! Unfortunately the troll animations are just eye-hurtingly wonky.Human paladin is iconic, and actually looks pretty good despite the general human (particularly male) models being shaped more or less like a brick with legs.Gnomes and warlocks just work well ... although I still bemoan the lack of gnome hunters.Night elves are traditional for druids - they're the archetypal, original druids! - and I think you can't go far wrong. Although I do like the worgen forms (not, however, the worgen casting animations!) so worgen are a good choice for feral druids.Warriors ... well, any race can be warriors, and any race suits warriors fairly well. Dwarves look good as prot warriors, and I looove my worgen fury warrior (Titan's Grip, of course). Humans and night elves make good looking arms warriors.
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