From a "realism" POV. I know, WoW is a game and it can't be further from any kind of realism as it's right now. But still as it's a WORLD with some physics rules etc. And in that world live countless beings that are, lets say "weird".
For me the most ridiculous would be:
- Gnome Warrior (Goblin too, applies to DKs as well). Just imagine tiny warrior tank at size of a can vs Tauren. Gnome would be as big as Tauren's hoof. One stomp and we have Gnome Panzer Pancake.
- Troll Mage, especially Arcane. This is somewhat personal but I think that Trolls (as a race) are simply too dumb to understand arcane magic. And to use it. Trolls are good warriors, huntres and shamans (magic, yes. But it comes from deep connection with nature so they can master it).
- Undead Priest. Holy. Nuff said. Ok, for those who don't get it. Holy Priests work on Holy magic which is The Light. Forsaken are directly opposite to The Light. So anytime they would even try to use holy magic it would harm them every time.
- Tauren Paladin. Holy Cow :P Ok, be serious. Warriors - ok. Hunters - fine. Shamans - even better. Druid - of course. Paladin? No wai. Tho Taurens understand the concept of The Light (priests) it's nearly impossible for one to become a paladin. Paladin is a holy warrior, protector of just cause. Product of a highly formalized organization which The Church of The Light is. Taurens are tribal, worship Mother Earth so strict belief in The Light is in conflict with their tribal nature.
- Dwarf Shaman. Maybe a bit stereotypical but Dwarves and shamanism? It doesn't sound right. Dwarves are pragmatic, hard stomping on earth. Any trustworthy thing is a big hammer to swing not some fancy arm flapping with sparkles.
And final thing - scale. I know that certain things should be big but we come to that limit that a bunch of heroes strike a giant's toe for 15 minutes and then giant falls dead. With some minor exceptions I'd like to see bosses no bigger than 2x the biggest character currently is. But it's a bit OT.
So what do you think? Any voices? Share your story.