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6-10-2011 @ 8:07AM
I have to say Warriors are my favorite class. They're not sneaky or subtle. They don't attack from a safe distance, they don't even rely on magics or higher powers to protect them. They strap on the best armor they can find, pick up whatever's handy, and go toe-to-toe with the most dangerous things Azeroth can offer. They're the everyman, motivated to action by pure willpower, shaping Azeroth by the strength of their arm and the sharpness of their steel.It would be hard to argue that Warriors aren't a hero class in the truest definition of the word.
6-10-2011 @ 8:15AM
I haven't played my warrior enough to *really* get to know the class, but I like playing her for pretty much the same reasons. There's something special about charging at an enemy, pummeling it into the ground, and living through it because you're strong and skilled enough to do so. ^_^Also: just wanted to let you know that I didn't take what you said in yesterday's breakfast topic (about not understanding my post) as an attack at all, despite what someone else said. So no worries there.
6-10-2011 @ 8:29AM
No worries, Mused. You've always got good things to say, even if your POV is drastically different than mine (like yesterday). I'm just getting tired of people taking shots at me on here, just because they recognize my name from being an active poster.
6-10-2011 @ 9:12AM
Well I think your wrong Matt if you knew anything about wow you would know that.Ohh and your father was a hamster and father smelled of elderberries.
6-10-2011 @ 9:15AM
Altoholic here, but I just started a warrior very recently. It is something I have wanted to do for a long time, as my main all these years has been a bear druid. I love the individuality of every class. For the warrior, it is being the stalwart protector of my allies in pve. In pvp it is rushing headfirst into battle having already accepted your eventual death, but having the resolve to inflict as much possible damage before you fall.
6-10-2011 @ 9:23AM
Agree with Matt.Warriors are clearly the superior class, they don't rely on anything other than themselves.Hunters rely on pets.Mages, Warlocks, Druids, Priests, Paladins, and Shaman rely on magic to do their things.Death Knights rely on the dark powers granted them by the Lich King.Rogues rely on dirty tricks and poison.Even Feral Druids rely on their forms.
6-10-2011 @ 9:33AM
Matt, I honestly don't think people take shots at you because you're an active poster. There are plenty of active posters that don't garner the same kind of attention. *shrug*
6-10-2011 @ 9:54AM
@ NatsumiWarriors rely on their pointy weapon and bulky armor no? If you argue that a heroic class is someone that relies on nothing besides their innate ability, then perhaps a monk is the only REAL hero class?
6-10-2011 @ 9:58AM
Monks use Chi power.And they're not a playable class in WoW.
6-10-2011 @ 10:36AM
Titans grip has got to be one of the coolest things about a warrior...for me anyway. My undead warrior looks so awesome with a two-handed weapon in EACH hand. Dynamic tanking toolset aside, Titans grip is what keeps my warrior at the top of my favorites list.
6-10-2011 @ 10:51AM
I knew my main was going to be a Warrior before I even picked up the box. Over six years later, that hasn't changed....not that I don't have any alts or anything. :X
6-10-2011 @ 4:04PM
I also like that warriors can create waves of force by stomping their feet and regenerate half their health simply because of /just how pissed they are./
6-10-2011 @ 6:56PM
Another vote for sword, board and rage. Although Cata's re-tree-ing changed this, there was something resonant about a class that had no threat dump, minimal self-healing, no back up and no less than 2 moves whose only purpose was to get you into the big bad's jaws of crunching death *faster*. You picked your battles. You killed or you died. And you went through a hell of a lot of bandaids.
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