Introduction on wow Classes

Druid – A druid is a diverse class with a variety of playstyles that can shapeshift into certain animals that mimic other classes. An example would be a big cat, which mimics a rogue, or a bear, which mimics a warrior. Druids can use cloth and leather armor, and are available to Night-Elves and the Tauren.
Hunter – A hunter is a marksman, capable of picking off enemies from a distance with their deadly bows and rifles. They can track different types of creatures, lay traps to damage their foes, and can even tame certain animals to keep as their loyal guardian. This class can use leather, cloth, and mail armor. Races with the option to become a hunter are Night-Elves, Dwarves, Draenei, Tauren, Orcs, Trolls, and Blood-Elves.
Mage – A mage wields the elements of Fire, Frost, and Arcane to do ridiculous amounts of damage to their enemies. They can conjure food and water for themselves or their allies, and can teleport themselves to different parts of the world. This class uses only cloth armor, and is available to Humans, Gnomes, Draenei, Trolls, the Undead, and Blood-Elves.
Paladin – A paladin uses auras and blessings to protect their allies from harm or enhance their abilities. Paladins can heal themselves or stun their opponents, and using their heavy armor, they can also outlast there foes in battle. This class primarily uses mail and plate armor, but can also use leather and cloth.

Priest – A priest is a master of healing and preservation who restores their wounded allies, and resurrects fallen comrades. While they have a variety of such enhancement spells, they can also wreak havoc on enemies using the powers of shadows or holy light for wow gold. This class only uses cloth armor and is available to Humans, Dwarves, Night-Elves, Draenei, the Undead, Trolls, and Blood-Elves.