There were fewer classes in The Burning Crusade than there are now, but that doesn't mean there weren't quite a few.
Before this year's BlizzConline, we knew of three playable classes in Diablo 4: Sorceress, Druid, and Barbarian.
Dungeons and Dragons, as a tabletop RPG, has certain rules to allow you to design the character you want.
For me, it's hard to say which World of Warcraft expansion had what I feel is the best Warrior, because each expansion did a few things I've loved -- Wrath of the Lich King brought us Titan's Grip, for example, which is absolutely my favorite Warrior ability of all time, even ahead of Charge.
I started thinking about this when Liz Harper first mentioned wanting to see Amazons in Diablo 4 because she hadn't seen that particular archetype combining ranged and melee play in Diablo 3.
Would the Diablo Barbarian work in World of Warcraft?
World of Warcraft's next expansion, Shadowlands, is in alpha and, with every new build that is released, we scurry to see what has changed to our favorite class — if anything has changed at all, that is.
I've played World of Warcraft for 16 years now.
Honestly, I didn't expect to like my Dark Iron Paladin.
Okay, look, I'm excited about Diablo 4 and I'm not ashamed of that.