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Mar 16th 2012 4:26PM My ONE wish I would love to see. To have the TCG Loot cards be TRUE BOA. Not this, register, choose what character gets it and that's the end. If I get the Spectral Tiger Mount, dang it, I want all my characters to have it! I would prefer they do it like when you buy a pet or mount from the Warcraft store. It goes to your entire account!
Mar 8th 2012 2:24PM Amazing! However, I wonder how they hold up if the weather turns bad on you (you're not expecting it to, you think it's safe to wear the shoes when *BAM* something happens). Also, how would you clean them to keep them in the best appearance.
Feb 21st 2012 1:09PM Sometimes for me, lore does play a factor and other times it's just what I enjoy.
DK-- Humans and Dwarves; my reasoning here is more lore based. Obviously human because of what Arthas did to his own men and well . . .there were dwarves in Northrend as well from Bronzebeards group, so he might have got hold of them as well. That's my reasoning.
Druids-- Night Elves and Tauren, again I'm going with the lore on this one. They were the first ones taught so to me they will always be the first druids (even though I enjoy Troll and Worgen druids as well)
Hunter-- Tauren, Troll, BElf, NElf and Dwarf. Some of this is lore based and another part is what just feels right to me. Taurens were a nomadic tribe and deemed the mighty hunters of the plains. Trolls, ya get a buff for beast slaying plus using a bow (just let me make a Shadowhunter, dangit!) BElfs and NElfs you have your farstriders and your sentries (plus ya have that classic fantasy reference to elves and archers). Dwarves and guns, need I say more?
Mage-- Human, Undead, BElf, Goblin and Gnome. A little lore based for me on this, but again, this just seems more normal for me. You had/have great arcanist like Antonidas, Jania Proudmore, Medivh, and Aegwynn. Undead, well they used to be living . . . BElfs, they have an affinity for magic, I mean they are addicted to it. Goblins and Gnomes, yet again something they can be competitive and they as well seem to have a knack for wielding arcane might.
Paladin-- Human, Dwarf, Draenei. To me these are the races I think of when thinking of Paladin's, "Oh Holier than thou!" "I must right wrongs of this corrupt world!", blah de blah blah =P They (to me) are the great worshipers of the Light and know how to use it.
Priest -- Human, Draenei, Dwarf, Undead, NElf. Much of these I feel for the similar reasons as I stated with the Paladins. The inclusion of Undead and Nelf can be explained in the fact that some of the undead may have been human priests at one point in their life and continue on and NElf priestesses of Elune, yeah ya gotta have those as well (They worship the light as well . . . Moonlight, but light all the same).
Rogues-- Human, Orc, Goblin, Gnome, BElf and NElf. Again some are lore based such as humans and the SI:7 and ya know if humans do it Orcs will too. Goblins and Gnomes they're sneaky, short, and it just fits! BElfs and NElfs, lithe, nimble and shadowmeld doesn't hurt either.
Shaman-- Orc, Tauren and Troll (sorry Ally, but if I did choose one it'd be Dwarf!) Orcs originally were a shamanistic society and after all the conflicts and taints they are getting back to that way of life. Tauren and Troll are both connected with nature and the spirits so it seems very rational to me. (Again, I would include WildHammer Dwarves into the mix since they seem more attuned as well).
Warlock-- Orc, Human, Undead, Troll and Goblin. Orc warlocks have been embedded in the lore of WoW since the beginning. It was those who were tempted with power and wanted control instead of permission from the elements, thus turning away from the shamanistic ways. Humans and Undead (former living humans) are always subject to corruption and the want for power and control. Troll, to me it's another means of voodoo and connecting with the other side (the twisting nether) and Goblins, yet again power and control.
Warrior-- Human, Orc, Undead, Worgen, Tauren and Dwarf. To me these are the strong reliable races. When I think Warrior I think charging into battle weapons drawn, bloodlust in their eyes and destruction on their minds. (Not to say there's anything wrong with a goblin or gnome warrior)
These are just my personal opinions. You may agree with me or you may not, but regardless I thank you for taking the time and reading my long post =D