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Best race/class for world of warcraft for both PvP and PvE?

By admin | September 28, 2008





ok, so i'm planning to start playing world of warcraft. Which
race/class would be best for me in both PvP and PvE?

Druid or Rogue on PvP. If you don't want to be attacked by random players on the opposite side while you are AFK. In some areas like Stranglethron Vale where both factions meet together, it's annoying to be killed by someone and the leveling process is very slow. Druids and Rogues can become invisible so no one will see you. They are highly recommended.
If you want to experience a much easier WoW, go to a PvE server. You will not get attacked by players of the opposite faction unless you are flagged.

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12 Responses to “Best race/class for world of warcraft for both PvP and PvE?”

  1. odenrocks Says:
    June 25th, 2008 at 1:17 am

    Undead rogue.
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  2. Rathole Says:
    June 26th, 2008 at 3:16 am

    I think that the best race and class for a level 19 PvP and PvE is either an Orc Warlock or Hunter because you get bonus damage from controlled pets, A Blood Elf Mage is good for doing a lot of PvE with the Blizzard spell and are good in PvP if you play them right, Undead Rogue due to having a high DPS or damage per second. If you are looking at having a main player, my suggestion is trying all characters to about level 20-30, if you don't like them don't delete them they could become a bank alt or you may even play as them every now and again.

    If you play WoW come to Khas'Goroth on the Horde, there are loads of people that can help you with starting the game.
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  3. bob Says:
    June 26th, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    WotF Mage > pretty much everything. It's a lifesaver in PVE and PVP, so go for UD.
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    http://www.hiddenstuff.com/

  4. Joe W Says:
    June 26th, 2008 at 5:46 pm

    Heres the deal any race/class is good at both depending on their spec But it all depends on the player
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  5. Max T Says:
    June 26th, 2008 at 10:28 pm

    Druid or Rogue on PvP. If you don't want to be attacked by random players on the opposite side while you are AFK. In some areas like Stranglethron Vale where both factions meet together, it's annoying to be killed by someone and the leveling process is very slow. Druids and Rogues can become invisible so no one will see you. They are highly recommended.
    If you want to experience a much easier WoW, go to a PvE server. You will not get attacked by players of the opposite faction unless you are flagged.
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  6. Steven L Says:
    June 26th, 2008 at 10:45 pm

    Undead-Rogue

    You wanna become undead because they have a lot of easy quest in that area, and you wanna become a rogue because they are the best for pvp or pve, and there also the funnest to play. They can deal very high meelee damage, create and use poisons to damage or slow enemies, stealth allows them to reach more places more easily than other, and they can pick locks.

    After having a lv.70 Rogue
    lv.58Mage
    lv.34 shaman
    lv.43Paladin

    I would say Rogue because they can destroy anybody!
    Hope Thats Helps Ya!
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  7. Bobby Says:
    June 26th, 2008 at 11:16 pm

    Undead rogue or a Undead warlock
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  8. Greg Swan Says:
    June 26th, 2008 at 11:41 pm

    There is no specific answer, it all comes down to playstyle.

    Each class is capable of ownage in PvP, if played correctly.

    However, I have found some classes to be more enjoyable than others.

    For example, I leveled a 70 undead rogue and loved PvP, however I found that PvP on my 70 warrior was often frustrating because of being controlled during most encounters. Warriors rely much on back-up healing to remain alive and kicking.

    Thats just an example. If you love smashing things and have a friend to heal, then go for it. If you dont have a bitch to heal for you, the experience can be painful.

    I also have a 70 shaman, which owned hard as elemental spec.
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    Played WoW for four years, 3 level 70's chars.

  9. Person 101 Says:
    June 27th, 2008 at 7:38 am

    Enhancement specced tauren shaman
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  10. ephunter13 Says:
    June 27th, 2008 at 10:16 am

    mostlikely going to be an undead warlock. the reason is becuase wow undead have the ability to eat dead corpses for health. Also you will want to get first aid which is a must-have for warlocks. then when you fear the person on monster you can quick use a bnadage to regain some health. warlocks are a difficult class to play but if you understand them and do alot of PvP you will get to be very good.

    hope that helps
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  11. Kurt Says:
    June 27th, 2008 at 12:47 pm

    They all say rogues, but after I got my rogue 70, yes it's fun, yes it owns. But resto druid is win xD
    I love mine, and when I get bored I go balance and as a BOOMkin it's amazing in PvP
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  12. Mike L Says:
    June 27th, 2008 at 6:48 pm

    Here are some race/class combos I've ran:

    Tauren Shaman: My first character so I'm not sure if I was playing him properly but just felt awkward. Certainly has utility but more of a jack of all trades master of none. Can deal some melee damage with a 2h, can heal, can cast some shock spells and spread out the totems. Certainly needs help though in PvP.

    Undead Priest: shadow spec with your talents and keep a wand on even par with your own level and you'll be awesome. Can't tell you how easy grinding is with this guy! PvP is fun because you have talents to do more shadow damage plus you can always cast healing spells (out of shadow form). You will gain loyal friends that will protect you if you heal them in return. Made many friends this way.

    Orc Hunter: There is a reason they are called "huntards". Ridiculously easy for grinding. I have to recommend Beast Mastery spec while leveling, maybe even for PvP as well. With the pet I could always take 2-3 mobs if needed. Like the Shaman you also have utility but as a hunter you definitely do more damage.

    Here are some I've seen, never played:

    Undead Rogue: Will of the Forsaken is overpowered and as a rogue you can't heal yourself so cannibalism comes in handy. Rogues can stealth and deal most upfront melee damage to take people out quick so you can re-stealth.

    Undead Mage: Race chosen for same reasons above and I've seen mages farm whole areas, 7 or 9 mobs at once with AoE spells with little downtime. Can deal most upfront magic damage from range which is also nice in PvP. Trinkets are your friend.

    As you can see I've had very little play on the alliance side. Night Elves are prefered by most people who plan on PvP'ing at some point in their career because of the 1% dodge and their ability to shadowmeld (basically it's a rogue stealth as long as person doesn't move).
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