Race Class Combinations
World of Warcraft is an old game, but every once in a while it brings something new that shakes things up — and players often talk about the features that the game lacks but they'd love to see implemented in it.
Goblins and Worgen, as well as Lightforged Draenei, will be able to become Monks at long last with World of Warcraft's upcoming patch 10.0.7.
I think I've been pretty up-front in saying I don't like class restrictions. Dungeons and Dragons gave them up a long time ago now, and I frankly think it was the right call.
If you could play any race/class combination in World of Warcraft, which one would you most want to play?
Let's get right down to it -- if Blizzard said okay, let's just go nuts, play anything you want what would you do?
Why World of Warcraft should remove all race/class restrictions and allow players to pick any combination they want
Look, it's 2021, and some of those older RPG restrictions just don't hold up anymore.
Look, with the folks at Dungeons and Dragons making a real effort to reduce barriers to playing whatever race and class combination you want, I think it's time for Blizzard to really stop and look at what we're doing with classes and races in World of Warcraft.
Allied Races are one of the most anticipated features of Battle for Azeroth.
When we’re looking at upcoming content, it’s always fun to speculate about new races.
The first, and only time we saw new race and class combinations added to the game was all the way back in Cataclysm, when goblins and worgen were added to the game and bolstered with additional new combinations of familiar races, including tauren paladins and priests.