An introduction on world of warcraft
World of Warcraft (WoW) became North Americaâ€™s fastest selling PC-game ever. With a phenomenal number of accounts created in just the first day, it was confirmed that World of Warcraft had broken day-one sales records all over North America. It sold through to over 240,000 customers at retailers in North America on Tuesday, November 23, selling more in its first 24 hours than any other PC game in history. The game became so popular, that by the end of that Thanksgiving weekend, 40 additional servers were deployed to meet the rapidly growing player wow powerleveling base.
You choose between two factions, The Horde and the Alliance, which basically means youâ€™re choosing between Good and Evil. The Alliance is the “good” side and alternately, the Horde is the “bad” side. Whichever faction you decide to choose doesnâ€™t really decide whether or not youâ€™re good or evil, you just choose a faction that reflects your personal interest in that factions races and classes that are available. There are many different characters to choose from. The Alliance consists of Humans, Night-Elves, Gnomes, and Dwarves. The Horde consists of Orcs, Trolls, the Tauren, and the Undead
A class is the main adventuring style of the created character which determines the type of weapons and armor your character can use, and the spells/abilities that can be learned. The classes you have to choose from are affected by the race you choose.
Each race has a group of available classes you have to choose from. If you donâ€™t have the Burning Crusade expansion installed, then as the Alliance you cannot create a shaman class. The same is true if youâ€™re a member of the Horde, then you cannot create a Paladin. However, if you do have the Burning Crusade expansion wow powerleveling, then you gain access to the Draenei and the Blood-Elf races. The Draenei is an Alliance race that can become a shaman, and a Blood-Elf is a Horde race that can become a Paladin.