If you don’t have any experience of MMORPG, you’d better seek for some suggestions for choosing a class and race when you plan to play world of warcraft. Because that some classes are easier for the new player and some are a bit more challenging. Here are some tips for choosing a wow account.
There are ten classes available for the new player. They are DeathNight, Druid, Hunter, Mages, Paladin, Priest, Rogue , Shaman , Warlock, Warrior. Probably the easiest of classes to play is the Hunter. While all the classes are fun, I would advise against Mages and Priests if your are a new mmo player.
Mages are difficult for the new player because, in spite of their ability to inflict substantial damage, they are fragile and easily killed. Priests are the most difficult class to level up efficiently when you first start up, as they just don’t do much damage at low levels.
If you can team up with an experienced player, then any class you pick will have a much easier time of it, but if you will be doing any solo play these are difficult classes to start off with.
There are several classes specific to each role:
Tank: Tanks are the players with a lot of armor and hit points that take all the damage on them when fighting several mobs at once or a very powerful mob.
DPS (Damage per second) are the players that wield a lot of damage and do the main killing in dungeons or battlegrounds.
Healers are those who heal other players (especially tanks) in dungeons and battlegrounds. They're the players you REALLY need to count on during battle.
Jack of all trades: the versatile classes that can play all 3 roles.
Pet Classes are those players that not only have many versatile abilities for controlling and damaging the enemy, but who have a Summon-able Ally for use in off-tanking and aggro mitigation as well as additional DPS.
Consider how you feel playing a certain race. Remember that you will spend months and maybe years watching your character from his or her back, so keep that in mind when picking a race. And, before choosing, think of the characters you would like best. It's usually better to decide first on a faction, then on a class, and last on a race. However, that not all classes are available for each race. If you decide on a race, your options or choosing class may be limited.
You can make different characters at the beginning and try to play with them maybe 3-5 levels. And if you see that it is hard for you to play with, ok, delete it and try another. So you can decide which role you want to play. Or if you think it wastes your time to level every class, why not buy a high level and cheapest wow accounts? So, you can quickly experience wow accounts with different class and race.