haven't leveled it in CATA yet.
Made a dwarf hunter with a bear pet (because of the original wow trailer :P), levelled it to 28. After that, I didn't touch it till late wotlk.
Then I made a dwarf paladin which I levelled to 60 and used as my main, and it's been my main ever since, although I currently raid on my original hunter.
Main & raiding character: Trying to find a suitable class for WoD!
Mine was made on day 1 when WoW came out and it was a Night Elf Druid named Hybrid, had to delete him when he was level 50 so i could xfer my Mage to the same realm as it and back then they didn't allow Alliance/Horde on the same realm Second ever was the aforementioned Undead Mage called Krypt which i later gave to my brother and he still plays it (well, kind of) today. I also made a Gnome Rogue on day 1 of WoW's release called Weeman lol!
Was playing at my friends house back at Vanilla. Good times.
My friend got me into WoW. I still remember it like it was yesterday. It was a Night Elf Warrior and I called him Beerhand.
Female draenei shaman. Got to level 15 before I stopped
Human warrior on my brothers account.
Because I didn't know you could pick other classes/races.
When I got my own account I made a female dranei warrior. I still have it, but I do not play the character.
Made mid BC, stopped playing her at the start of WotLK.
First? I think it was a Human paladin. I had no idea what I was doing, and got bored of auto attacking so I deleted him at level 5 or something.
Then I made a mage called Dumbledore (Imaginative, I know.)
Neither of them exist to this day. RIP.
Nelf Druid, leveled to about 5 or 6, realized I wanted to try horde. Made a tauren hunter on that account. Dropped that account and I use my Druid and DK on my current account.
A female gnome mage with pink hair.
People complaining about arena queues? Oh, my sweet summer child. What do you know of waiting? Waiting is for the dungeon finder, where the average time is 25 minutes and children are born and live and die all before they find a fucking tank.
My first was an undead warlock, because I had to play with Horde friends. Then I turned to Alliance with a human mage. A couple of days later I created my actual main, a night elf druid. (Blizz please I want the class change q.q!)
Dwarf Warrior in 2005. Got to around level 10 and didn't like it so I deleted.
Night Elf Warrior - Thelreheb
As of Cataclysm, he's now a Worgen named Helbereth. I still play him.
I had never played a Warcraft game previously (I decided to give WoW a 10-day triel because Asheron's Call was winding down), so, as the game was loading, I decided to look through the instruction booklet (I had time to kill, and YouTube wasn't in my scope of knowledge as yet).
As I recall, the passage that stuck to me was that a Warrior should be visible, such that finding them in combat would be easy for healers and people looking for a shield to get behind. So, after I decided not to be Horde, I settled on Night Elf as they were the tallest of the 4 available races for the Alliance.
My choices for race/class combinations since then have been much better informed.
forsaken warrior, still love him now 4 years later
My very first character was an Orc Warrior.
I made the choice because in the description it stated that the Warrior was the easiest to learn.
And at that time I thought the game might have enough depth that other classes were hard to learn. Oh, how wrong I was.
Later I got a Tauren Druid and Orc Shaman up to levels 15-20, but abandoned them.
Only when a friend of mine also started playing did I get further. I had decided that I wanted to level my Orc Shaman, but for some reason I made a new Orc Warlock to level along with my friend. That later became my main.
It's funny though, because nowadays I play my new Orc Warrior a lot more than my other characters. Maybe it was meant to be?
Started with my priest back in midTBC and still playing it as my maincharacter...
Night elf warrior on beta. Now rerolled to human for racial!
My first toon was a human paladin on a trial account. I had no previous knowledge of WoW or any Warcraft lore and thought that character was the best simply from the character screen description. When my trial ran out, I got an account and rerolled the same toon on a different server.
Now that I know about the lore behind the class I love him even more than the day I rolled him.
He's gone through a slight name change and a server relocation, but he's still my main and I've been playing him ever since.