Zandalari/Darkspear = Druid Orc Warrior/Hunter, Tauren Shaman/Druid, Forsaken Rogue/Priest, Troll Hunter/Priest, Blood Elf Hunter/Mage, Goblin Rogue/Warlock.
Much like the cloth classes sticking with Enchanting and Tailoring, the plate classes will likely be drawn to Blacksmithing and Mining. After leveling in World of Warcraft Classic for just a few hours, players will likely arrive at the first small city or town that offers some profession options. The best jobs for mages are expensive early on, but payoff in the long run. At this point, they'll decide what their job will be in the game. Once players have matched up the perfect race for their class of choice, the fun really starts. By Denny Connolly Aug 06, 2019 Share Share Tweet Email Zandalari: There’s paladins and druids, but I’ll mark priest as the “default” form of loa worship, Human - Paladin (obviously) / Mage Heck, they might be willing to cooperate with Alliance-types once in a while if they’re in a good mood and the wind’s blowing in the right direction. RELATED: World of Warcraft Classic: Best Race/Class Combos. This choice impacts how to make money and what perks the player can offer their dungeon group or guild. Orc = warrior. Plus we’re definitely getting some Tauren-centric content in the next patch. Human Mage / Death Knight Just like Hunters, Shamans are stuck in Leather until level 40.
Note: Professions should be fun and this list is based on our experience/opinions. The bind on pickup items make a big difference before acquiring Tier sets. Zandalari Priest Paladins should take the same advice as Warriors. Some raiding groups won't even allow in a Hunter who doesn't have Goblin Jumper Cables (at least that was the case during Vanilla. Draenei and LF Draenei = Paladin/Priest Dark Iron Dwarfs: Shamans did to their connections to Ragnaros, but Warrior is close behind. Night Elf: Druid, because Malfurion.
The access to Goblin Jumper Cables plus their feign death ability will save the day in a lot of dungeons and raids. Career Alliance player here, after I unlock bfa flying I am looking to roll Horde to experience things from their perspective. good area. Since mages wear cloth, tailoring is a great option and gives these players the chance to sew some great gear while waiting for dungeon drops. Plus we’re definitely getting some Tauren-centric content in the next patch. It’s the literal pirate spec. Tauren and goblins, not so much. Which class do you think fits the best for each race? Mag’har = Warrior Mag’har Orc: Same as regular Orcs, but add Priests if your Shadowmoon. Goblin Rogue (no cinematic but there is Blizzard art) Gnome - Rogue / Mage Worgen Rogue World of Warcraft Classic players who want to pair their class with the most beneficial profession should use this guide to find the best match.
Tauren: Warrior, because Baine, or Druid, because Hamuul. This is a strong combination and offers the potential to make a lot of money at the Auction House and craft some powerful armor while waiting for Dungeon or Raid drops. Draenei Paladin Kul Tiran Shaman? Nightbourne Mage Draenei - Priest Blood Elf - Mage So a druid or shaman seems very appropriate. Best: Troll/Orc The Horde’s answer to the Alliance’s Paladin. World of Warcraft Classic players who want to pair their class with the most beneficial profession should use this guide to find the best match. Also, while I’ll initially leave people alone in regards to WPVP, I have zero qualms about hopping in that group/raid to push back those feta smelling Alliance. Rogue — Orc Rogues are excellent in all forms of content. Each class has a profession or two that are extra helpful for their particular goals and needs, so Game Rant has broken down the best option(s) for each of the original classes.