Are you looking for a few players to fill the last couple spots or specific roles for your raiding guild or BG premade? We can help! Use our Classic WOW player search in order to find specific characters that match your need.
Are you a raiding guild looking for a main tank or maybe you need a couple resto druids for their innervate spell? Do you want more dwarf priests with fear ward to help you with boss fear mechanics? A couple more frost mages, dagger rogues, or fury warriors to boost your guild's overall DPS? We can help! Just search, filter, and browse through our large database of characters to find the perfect fit for your guild.
Looking for the perfect flag carrier to ensure your road to victory in WSG? Find a druid who is looking for a premade BG guild, they're great at FC! Then again, maybe you want a pally, mage, warrior, or some other type of player to be the one that carries the burden. Need that PvP healer? What about a couple affliction warlocks to annoy the enemy team? We've got you covered!
No matter what your needs are, chances are you can find the ideal character to fit that one role right here in this Classic WOW character search. Now go make a profile so we can add it to the list!
Probably the most important decision you have to make as you're looking for the right player to fill a role for your guild is the choice of class. There are nine different classes in Classic WoW for you to choose from. These include Druid, Hunter, Mage, Paladin, Priest, Rogue, Shaman, Warlock, and Warrior. One of the easier ways to decide your class is to decide what role you want to fill.
If you want to just deal damage, then there are a couple classes geared specifically for that. These include Hunter, Mage, Rogue, and Warlock. There are also hybrid classes which can fill multiple roles, including damage. Pretty much every class can deal damage, so that includes the rest of the classes which are Druid, Pally, Priest, Shaman, and Warrior. If you're planning to raid, there are 'top tier' damage dealers which include Mages, Warriors, Rogues, and Warlocks.
If dealing damage seems a bit boring to you, why don't you try tanking? There are really only three classes with the ability to tank well in classic and one or two more that are a bit hardier but not meant to tank for sustained periods of time. The main tank of the game is a warrior, specifically a protection specialized warrior. Then there are protection paladins and feral druids who tank in bear and dire bear form. Shamans are able to wear mail and use a shield so they can do an ok job in the earlier levels, however they're not meant to tank very much. Warlocks also can spec in to demonology to get soul link which transfers 30% of damage they take to their demon, however if the demon dies then they lose the buff.
Healing is the third and final role. There are four classes that can heal. These include the Priest, Paladin, Shaman, and Druid. If you want to guarantee a spot in a raiding guild, I'd recommend rolling a healer because they're always needed. Priests are the main large number healers. Paladins spam a really fast heal that is constantly healing tanks. Shamans have a chain heal which is great for healing raid members. Druids have great heal over time abilities which allow them to heal targets slowly and consistently over time.
The choice between factions is an important one! You can find both Alliance and Horde players searching for guilds here for the release of Classic WoW. Alliance are typically considered to be better than Horde when it comes to PvE content, specifically because of their racial abilities which are great for raiding. On the other hand, Horde are considered to be better at PvP than Alliance because of their high utility racial abilities. Although these may be true, the difference isn't huge and it is possible to do whatever you want to endgame as either a Horde or Alliance player so you can find them looking for various types of guilds.
Another difference between the Alliance and Horde is their class selection. While they both have many of the same classes, they differ by having either Paladins or Shamans. Alliance have Pallies which are essentially holy warriors. Horde have Shamans which are a hybrid class that uses totems to buff their friends and spells to heal or damage. Alliance races include Humans, Gnomes, Dwarfs, and Night Elves. While Horde races include Orcs, Trolls, Tauren, and Undead (also known as the Forsaken).
|匕首岭 (Dagger Hills)||PvE||Chinese|
|寒脊山小径 (Coldridge Pass)||PvE||Chinese|
|木喉要塞 (Timbermaw Hold)||RP||Chinese|
|碧玉矿洞 (Azurelode Mine)||PvE||Chinese|
There are four different kinds of servers in World of Warcraft: Classic. The first is PvE which stands for Player Versus Environment. Then there's PvP which is Player Versus Player. In addition to these two, there are two special versions of these where players enjoy role-playing as their character called RP and RP-PvP which stands for Role-Playing and Role-Playing Player Versus Player servers.
Players who role on PvE servers tend to enjoy the environmental aspects of the game and fighting monsters more than they do with fighting other players. Because of this, these servers don't flag players for PvP unless they do so themselves. This prevents the opposite faction from killing you while you are out and about in the world. Often players on these servers are more focused on raiding and other PvE related content during the endgame.
You can also search for players who role on PvP servers on this website. These players tend to enjoy world PvP and PvP in general. Find players who are interested in world PvP where they fight throughout the entire world from an early level, all the way up to max level. Unless in a low level zone or a major city, you can expect all players to be marked for PvP, meaning that the opposite faction can attack them at any time. This is often seen as a more challenging and fun play style, however, you occasionally get ganked and corpse camped which can be quite annoying.
RP and RP-PvP servers are similar to PvE and PvP servers, except they have an emphasis on role-playing. You can lookup players who enjoy role-playing (which is where they pretend that they are actually their character.) Role-playing players often find it fun to get emerged in the world and play along other players who find enjoyment in doing that as well. There are often player created events that you can join in on role-playing servers. Some of these include events such as birthdays, holidays, weddings, town and city raids, and organized PvP events.
Find Classic WoW players in North America (which include countries such as the United States of America, Canada, and Mexico.) Players in North America mainly speak English, however, other languages native to the region include languages such as French and Spanish.
In addition to North America, you can find players and characters from other regions such as South America, Europe, and Oceania. Together, these include a huge list of countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Chile, Equador, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Ukraine, Australia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and many more! Because of the huge diversity in countries that players come from to play Classic WoW, you can expect a huge variety of languages as well. Some of the popular languages you'll see are English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, and many others as well that Classic players speak.
Classic WoW Guild Recruitment
If you're looking for a guild, what better way to find one than to create a profile on this site, sit back, and wait for the invites to role in? Then you can pick and choose which one you want! Or maybe you're looking for a specific one? Well they're going to want to see what kind of player you are so you better make sure your profile is made to impress!