WoW Help blog was launched on Sunday 15th May 2011. I had been thinking for a while to start a WoW Help blog for everything about World Of Warcraft, and i finally did took the plunge and started on making one. I am fairly new to the web design and understanding how to go about things so I have enjoyed the challenge of making the WoW Help site. I have learnt a lot along the way from Photoshop, SEO, hosting article writing so its been a big learning curve and im please with the results from the site WoW Help. I am a avid player of the game and wanted to share with you and share amongst yourselves WoW Help, tips, guides and anything else about WoW. The site is much much more than just WoW Help it is also a community where everyone can get involved and post there own WoW Help, guides and experiences in the game. The WOW help site is only as good as you make it, your contributions will give a wider spectrum on classes and different professions that I am not familiar with. The WoW Help site will contain the latest gold making tips and the latest information and rumours about upcoming content in future patches. For those of you that are new to World if Warcraft or don’t have a a lot of understanding about the game check out WoW Help or read below ; World of Warcraft is a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Play game, or MMORPG. It was developed by Blizzard Entertainment, and boasts over a million players in total. People around the globe, from just about every country imaginable, have become addicted to the game. In World of Warcraft, a user creates a character and explores the vast world of Azeroth. Players can choose between two sides to be on: the Horde or the Alliance. The Horde is comprised of more evil characters, such as the undead or trolls. The Alliance is considered the good guys, and resembles classic knight mottos and values. Through these two teams, users can choose several races and classes to join that expand the possibilities of unique characters, class specific information can be found on WoW Help Races are bound to the two teams. For instance, you can only play as a Human if you join Alliance. If you wish to join the Undead, then you must play as the Horde. Races will have different bonuses for joining them or in some cases, negative effects. Some Horde races such as the Tauren or Orcs will suffer a reputation deficit in the beginning which is essentially how non-playable characters deal with you. For the most part, the races are balanced to a fair extent on both sides, although the Horde depend more on strength overall rather than intelligence or mobility. A list of classes and traits can be found on WOW help. Classes determine what your character will do throughout the game. You might want to be a warrior, priest, or rogue up to 9 possibilities in total. From morphing into beasts, to wielding long range weapons, the class will ultimately determine how you play World of Warcraft. Some classes are very specific such as the Priest who relies on healing powers to advance in the game. Then there is the Shaman who has a myriad of magical spells, all while being able to do a fair amount of melee damage. For more detailed information be sure to check out WoW Help.
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