View Poll Results: What class will you roll for TBC?

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  • Druid

    20 12.05%
  • Hunter

    24 14.46%
  • Mage

    13 7.83%
  • Paladin

    38 22.89%
  • Priest

    18 10.84%
  • Rogue

    15 9.04%
  • Shaman

    30 18.07%
  • Warlock

    37 22.29%
  • Warrior

    22 13.25%
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  1. #41
    Hunter all the way, been my main since TBC, can't wait to go back to the class I absolutely fell in love with all those years ago!
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  2. #42
    Still undecided, always enjoyed being a tank since tbc, but mostly druid / paladin, so perhaps warrior it will be this time.

  3. #43
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    Sword Hemo Spec Nelf Rogue

  4. #44
    Hmm maybe a druid for TBC for me. I had my fun with Rogues in classic. Plus the herbalism business is gonna be great with free flight form.

  5. #45
    I will roll a shadow priest. Just overall a cool spec and fun in PvP too.

  6. #46
    What's optimal raid comp for Sunwell? IIRC it's 1 warrior 1 priest 23 warlocks.

    ...but seriously folks...

    2-3 prot warriors (jewelcrafting armorsmith?)
    2-3 glaive-toting rogues? (and was fan of knives a wrath thing?)
    5+ shamans but I can't remember the spec
    I remember Lifebloom is OP (and IIRC it doesn't actually "bloom" like it does now) but I forget how many haste-stacking resto druids are optimal, I don't think two copies of a spell was a thing back then.
    A couple mass-dispelling priests for Felmyst
    As many warlocks as the guild can find
    A shadow priest for every 4 warlocks
    A mage or two possibly
    And a few paladins to stand outside and buff everyone on the way in

    I remember hunters being OK but warlocks being better. And DPS warriors were OP in the final tier of every expansion due to crit inflation until like...Pandaria.
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  7. #47
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    Will stick with Warrior, to be fair though I'm just levelling a char to 70 so I can unlock Deathknights for WotLK Classic

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    I'll transfer my Classic Paladin to the Horde, ofc. BE forever.

  9. #49
    I think I would start out where I ended up at the end of TBC which is warrior tank and shaman healer.

  10. #50
    Quote Originally Posted by Ermelloth View Post
    I'll transfer my Classic Paladin to the Horde, ofc. BE forever.
    You'll have to reroll. You won't be able to race/faction change in TBC.

  11. #51
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    Probably Mage or Paladin. Blood elf of course
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  12. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by garicasha View Post
    What's optimal raid comp for Sunwell? IIRC it's 1 warrior 1 priest 23 warlocks.

    ...but seriously folks...

    2-3 prot warriors (jewelcrafting armorsmith?)
    2-3 glaive-toting rogues? (and was fan of knives a wrath thing?)
    5+ shamans but I can't remember the spec
    I remember Lifebloom is OP (and IIRC it doesn't actually "bloom" like it does now) but I forget how many haste-stacking resto druids are optimal, I don't think two copies of a spell was a thing back then.
    A couple mass-dispelling priests for Felmyst
    As many warlocks as the guild can find
    A shadow priest for every 4 warlocks
    A mage or two possibly
    And a few paladins to stand outside and buff everyone on the way in

    I remember hunters being OK but warlocks being better. And DPS warriors were OP in the final tier of every expansion due to crit inflation until like...Pandaria.
    This setup is not very good at all lol.

    A more likely setup will look like this

    Group 1:
    prot pally
    Aff lock
    Survival hunter
    Resto druid
    Resto shaman

    Group 2:
    Prot warrior
    Arms warrior
    Combat rogue
    Ret Paladin
    Enhance shaman

    Group 3:
    Bm hunters x3
    Feral druid
    Enhance shaman

    Group 4:
    3x destro lock
    Boomkin
    Ele shaman

    Group 5
    Mage
    Shadow
    Holy priest
    Holy Paladin
    Resto shaman

    Obviously some fights might be better to swap out some melee for another class or maybe swap out a healer here and there, but generally this is what it will look like. And this isn’t saying this raid comp is the only one ever, but this is more optimal.

  13. #53
    Will probably keep the priest. Might switch to shadow, if needed for the guild.

  14. #54
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    The minmaxing culture already ruining Classic TBC and it has not even started yet. It will be funny watching all those tryhard and geared warriors, rogues and mages throwing their toons to the bin in a few months.

  15. #55
    I hope we get to keep our characters...if so

    My current horde warrior main will stay, i have blacksmithing on it solely to get Stormherald in TBC since i loved stunlock warrior back in the day

    And my alliance paladin will probably get retired in favor of leveling a belf paladin, which i`ll probably play ret on since everyone already hates me for playing ret un-ironically in classic

  16. #56
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    I ended up leveling a shadow priest late in TBC and I absolutely LOVED playing it, so if TBC ever happens then I'll likely be rolling a spriest again.

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