Possibly one of the greatest MMORPG's to be released. Very casual-gamer friendly, and a great community. Each class has different attirbutes:

-Rogues may stealth and deal massive damage from close range. Cloth/Leather-wearer

-Mages are a high burst-damage dealer from far away with good crowd control abilities. Cloth wearer

-Warriors are a staple class available to any and all races. Able to take massive damage and draw enemy aggro to them. All types of armour and all weapons can be used by the Warrior.

-Priests are primary healers and can ALWAYS get a group. By specing in the Shadow talent tree they become excellent damage dealers but are very fragile. Cloth-wearer

-Paladins area hybrid Alliance-only class combining elements of the Warrior and a weak Priest. They are popularly supposed to have 3 lives due to their many Shield spells. They get a free mount but have higher training costs than other classes. Can wear all types of armour.

-Shamen are the Horde's hybrid class with more of a focus on spell-casting than melee damage. Many see them as overpowered, as they can melee and cast well, as well as heal. Uses totems to boost their power and support groups. Cloth/Leather/Mail-wearer.

-Hunters are the only class with an auto-shoot feature, relying on their special abilities, utilised through their ranged weapons, to win the fight. They also get pets (a tamed Beast-class mob) and traps (Freezing, Immolation and Explosion). They are able to kite the enemy very effectively. Cloth/Leather/Mail wearers.

-Warlocks are the 'evil' spell-casters of the Warcraft world, able to summon demons to help them in combat - a good thing as they are very fragile. Unlike the Mage, 'Locks rely on damage over time spells (DoTs) to help them win fights, and thanks to talents very rarely run out of mana. Their pets range from the Imp (a glass cannon), to the Voidwalker (able to take and maintain aggro) to the Infernal (of WCIII fame). They get a free mount but training costs are higher. Cloth wearers.

-Druids are only available to 2 races; Tauren and Night Elves. Communing with nature, the Druids are able to change their shape to suit their situation. They gain a Bear form (later Dire Bear) to tank in, a Cat form to deal damage and stealth, an Aquatic form to breathe underwater and move faster, and a Travel Form allowing a 40% speed increase. Cloth/Leather wearers.
Rogues are master gankers! Half the player base has at least 1 Rogue character!
by Scorch May 11, 2005
The most addicting game ever created. 9 million active people is Blizzards currently standing achievement. But the side effects include:
1. Loss of fun
2. Loss of "cool"
3. Loss of girlfriend
4. Loss of love
5. Loss of life
The commonly held comversation in a World of Warcraft playing household:

Woman: Come to bed honey, I'm feeling naughty
Man: Babe can you come on the computer, I need a healer for this raid
Woman: Didn't you hear me?
Man: If you heal us good I'll take you back to my custom love zone when were done
Woman: Ooh that sounds kinky
Man: It's inside orgrimmar, I got it near the kodohide leatherworks
Woman: What...?
Man: I'll undress you and plant kisses on your green leathery skin
Woman: Thats going too far..
Man: Then I'll play my flute of sorrows to make you horny
Woman: Were getting a divorce
Man: And finally I'll fuck you with my giant tauren cock until I moo in extasy
*Front door slamming*
by OwenD January 06, 2008
A video game that millions of people choose to play during their spare time.
Some people choose to spend their spare time watching laguna beach or bromance. Personally, I'd rather slay a giant fucking dragon in World of Warcraft. So fuck off.
by jimmyassclown February 12, 2009
A huge game that takes up all of your and all of your freinds time.
I lost my job, droped out of school became additec to painkillers, becuse of world of warcraft.

I cant go to the movies because of WOW
by skinny March 21, 2005
(WoW)A severe disease...symptoms include; irritability, lack of sleep, separation from others, weight loss/gain, and carpotunnel. If you may have world of warcraft... seek help immediatly.
Oh no...he got world of warcraft..."I wonder how long he has to live"
by mr. me January 14, 2007
An alternative to drugs.
Guy in rehab: I was addicted to coke man... *twitch*

Girl in rehab: I... long time.... meth... *faints*

Me: I was addicted to world of warcraft! I played for 10 hours a day non-stop! It really messed me up... *smiles*
by wowplayerwithalife April 11, 2007
1. The most addicting MMO since Everquest.

2. My current addiction.
Why spend loads of cash on crack when you can waste it on world of warcraft?

If MMOs were in High School, world of warcraft is the school's future homecoming king.
by Man_Of_Action June 05, 2006
World of Warcraft. Noun. Tool for destroying your opposition.
Fred was making me look bad at work by working too hard and being entirely too successful for his own good, so I gave him a free copy of World of Warcraft and a six months subscription. Mwahahaha!
by Getterix the Night Elf April 28, 2007

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