Cataclysm Race Class – the newly added Worgen !
Cataclysm race class, the Worgen, is insulting and rude. When you’re an avid fan of MMORPGs, some name calling and trash talking is bound to happen. Do “do-gooders,”,”messiah complex,” and “heroic fail” spring to mind? If so, you’re bound to experience the same thing if you’re a WoW (World of Warcraft) player as well, especially if you’re using a Cataclysm race class associated with the Alliance Faction. Considering that the rival faction, the Horde, like to dish out some damage and a lot of verbal lashing with a definite mean streak, you wish there was a way for you to shut them up, whichever part of the globe your fellow players belong to. None of the Alliance race before the Cataclysm race class options exude that bad ass, savage look that almost every gaming freak is looking for in their player characters, unlike players who choose the orcs and the undead on the Horde side. For example, you’re using gnomes in Alliance, you have nothing but a cute pink haired female which inspires a few chuckles instead of fear, lacking that commanding vibe which would strike terror in the hearts of the Horde faction. Luckily, with the latest expansion, you have a more bad ass option made available to you; the Worgen! Time to put some hurting on your rival players with a savage beast included as part of the new Cataclysm Race Class!
This all-new Cataclysm race class are wolf-like humanoids which are unstable, highly aggressive and can deal out some deadly damage. Their story is a vague one, with the only known fact of them being summoned by Azeroth in an old war. It is the curse of lycanthropy that has spread among the human denizens of the nation called Gilneas, which has led to this new, dangerous force of nature. Having tried to contain this infection by going into self-isolation behind the Greymane Wall, the people of Gilneas have transformed into werewolves or Worgens if you prefer, the new Cataclysm race class that seek out a place in the world, to make a mark in history as the nation of werewolves that have sided with the Alliance to defeat the Horde once and for all!
As you play WoW, you will have the opportunity to play the new Cataclysm race class and witness for yourself just how excellent they are in the field of battle, even made more apparent in their combat racial abilities. One of these skills which can prove to be quite a challenge for Horde players to overcome is Darkfight, which allows the new Cataclysm race class to increase their movement speed up to 70 percent for a short duration. With that much enhancement, the Worgen will avoid incoming enemy blows and effectively attack opponents with precision. Aside from that, the skill is perfect for hunting down mobs or Horde players looking for a quick and easy retreat!
Another talent that will come in handy with the new Cataclysm race class is Aberration, a passive ability that grants the Worgen tougher hides and better resistance against dark arts users such as warlocks, mainly by reducing the duration of curse and disease spells inflicted upon them. The newly Cataclysm race class will surely become one of the PvP favorites, especially with the Viciousness racial trait that gives players a 1 percent bonus award for damage caused to enemies.
The Worgen are also quite imposing, just second in size to the Draenei race. With that in mind, Alliance loyalists everywhere will appreciate this new Cataclysm Race Class!
Worgens are also imposing, graphics-wise, bearing the second-largest avatars in the Alliance faction just behind the Draenei race. With all that this new Cataclysm race class are bringing to the table, the Horde will now have to put their necks on the line-and at risk of a nasty bite!-when belittling their Alliance rivals.
World of Warcraft has taken the MMORPG industry by storm ever since its initial release back in November 2004, and has proven to have gained itself a huge community of gamers. No surprise there, considering the development team behind this online phenomenon, Blizzard (the developers of such highly acclaimed gaming hits like Diablo, Warcraft and StarCraft). It has seen hugely successful expansion sets make gamers drool for more, and with its latest release, “Cataclysm,” you can be sure to expect a number of updated elements added to the entire game. The new Cataclysm race class will add alot to the game. With level caps raised from 80 to 85, as well as some new areas and dungeons to explore, you can be sure to see something that old WoW players can look forward to! One exciting aspect of the expansion set often talked about among the community of MMORPG gamers is that addition of several new races and class combinations to the mix. Yes, you heard that right: all new Cataclysm race class combinations!
Upon the announcement of its development during BlizzCon 2009, Blizzard had explained to the eager and enthusiastic fans of the franchise that new Cataclysm race class combinations will be made available for everyone to use. These new Cataclysm race class combinations will allow players to experience a whole new world of gaming, giving both beginners and veterans of the series something to revitalize their enjoyment. For those looking for a new challenge when it comes to handling the new Cataclysm race classes, there are two new additions to your selection list: The Worgen and the Goblin. Not only that, but you can mix up these two new Cataclysm race classes for a combination with the older and already available races and classes. With Blizzard's new Cataclysm race class, there’s no doubt in every gamers’ minds that you can expect a whole lot more apart from the details provided. Seeing their resume, they haven’t disappointed anyone yet. There’s been a lot of controversy as to which races can be combined for new Cataclysm race class combinations. It has been revealed lately that, with the exception of the Dranei, all races can be combined, with the privilege of gaining new Cataclysm race class-specific abilities. This fact alone has gotten players excited, so it wouldn’t be a surprise that upon release each copy of the expansion will be selling like pancakes.
If you’re an Alliance loyalist and wish to try the new Cataclysm race class, you will have the following combos at your disposal: Dwarf Mage, Night Elf Mage, Human Hunter, Gnome Priest and Dwarf Shaman. For those who prefer a meaner and darker streak in their gaming lives, the Horde also have new race/class combos to choose from: Undead Hunter, Tauren Priest, Orc Mage, Blood Elf Warrior, Tauren Paladin and Troll Druid.
For certain, these additional Cataclysm race class combinations will prove to be worthy entries to the gaming community, and many players will be looking all over the Web for strategy guides and tips on how to use these characters, as far as leveling up goes. Not only that, but you can also find different gaming guides that cater to your avatar’s benefit, such as gold guides to help you increase the amount of gold you have at your disposal. If you haven’t started on playing World of Warcraft yet, I’d like to say that now’s the perfect time for you to get started. If you’re not addicted to it yet, you definitely will be heading that way with the new Cataclysm race class expansion!