Mages do only one thing, but they do it very well: ranged magical damage. Like most of WoW’s classes, mages use mana to fuel their abilities. Without mana, a mage has little in the way of offensive or defensive capabilities, so prospective mass should be prepared to keep a careful eye on their mana pool. Beyond straight-up, single-target damage — in fire, frost, and arcane forms — mages also have access to a lot of handy abilities, like:
Area of effect spells, which cause damage to multiple monsters in a specific area
Crowd control using Polymorph to turn humanoids and beasts into harmless sheep as well as frost spells to slow and freeze enemies
Teleportation and portals to transport themselves or groups to major cities
Conjuring food and drink, either for themselves or for an entire group
As we mentioned before, mages can be vulnerable to attack because of the light armor they wear, meaning that they rely on their high damage output and their abilities to control and slow their enemies in order to bring them down before they can score a single hit. Wow Power leveling Mages are experts at kiting monsters — drawing them out like a kite on a string, but never letting them get close enough to attack — using frost spells to slow or freeze an opponent, Blink to quickly gain distance, and Polymorph to render their target harmless while they get away (or kill another target).