Saturday, February 12, 2011

Molten-WoW Character Creation

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"Creating a new character can be quite frustrating, because you want him/her to be perfect. There is no such thing as perfect though, but I CAN help you create a character(s) that you will enjoy playing with your whole "WoW life"."

1. First of all... 
You will need to pick a faction; Horde or Alliance. Normally on private servers, it is suggested to roll an Alliance character(s) because of the low numbers of Alliance players, but it can be totally different on some other private servers.

  • On Molten-WoW, there are usually less Alliance players than Horde ones.

You MUST pick the same faction as your friends in order to play with them (in a group) and do stuff together without killing yourselves, and even being able to speak to each other. On this specific private server ( though, there is a option to do a one time 7£ donation which gives you many features, one of them being to be able to speak with the opposing faction.

2. Looks do matter...

The REAL difference between Alliance and Horde are the looks of the races and their racials (abilities only available to a specific race):

Alliance races: Human, Gnome, Dwarf, Night Elf, Drainei

Horde races: Orc, Troll, Tauren, Undead (Forsaken), Blood Elf

3. Picking a class
Now... You will need to pick a class. ATTENTION! Some classes are only available to some races. However, the Deathknight class is available to all races. Race/class combos:


  1. Undead: Warrior, Warlock, Priest, Mage, Rogue, Deathknight
  2. Tauren: Warrior, Druid, Shaman, Hunter, Deathknight
  3. Orc: Warrior, Shaman, Hunter, Rogue, Warlock, Deathknight
  4. Troll: Warrior, Shaman, Hunter, Rogue, Priest, Mage, Deathknight
  5. Blood Elf: Paladin: Hunter, Mage, Priest, Warlock, Rogue, Deathknight

  1. HumanWarriorPaladinWarlockMageRogueDeathknight
  2. GnomeWarriorWarlockRogueMageDeathknight
  3. DwarfWarriorPaladinPriestHunterRogueDeathknight
  4. Night ElfWarriorHunterRogueDruidPriestDeathknight
  5. DraeneiWarriorPaladinHunterMageShamanPriestDeathknight

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For PVE (Player Versus Environment) in solo, I suggest you pick either a Hunter, Paladin or Deathknight (only at lv 55), but all are quite good at leveling solo without any difficulties. The reason for this is that: Deathknights and Paladins can heal themselves with numerous spells and abilities, and they can also wear plate gear which has good armor and usually good stamina too; Hunters have pets that work as tanks->they aggro (get the attention) of the mob(s) while you dps them to death.

For PVP (Players Versus Player):
Battlegrounds: I suggest Hunter, Warrior, Druid , Paladin
1 vs 1: Rogue, Priest, Mage

But really... Any class can be good both in PVP and in PVE as long as you know how to play it ;)

For PVE Raiding, all of the classes are needed, but mostly healers and tanks, so I suggest you roll either a tank: Deathknight, Paladin, Warrior. Or a healer: Priest, Druid, Paladin, Shaman

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