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'''Creature classes''', introduced in the ''[[Alliance Player's Guide]]'',<ref name="APG23">''[[Alliance Player's Guide]]'', 23</ref><ref>''[[Horde Player's Guide]]'', 20</ref><ref>''[[Dark Factions]]'', 38</ref> are a natural evolution of [[racial class]]es. Many monsters are suitable for player characters, but they are naturally more powerful than most races.<ref name="APG23"/> Unlike racial classes, a creature class is not optional to heroes. A young or inexperienced creature may have this class also. Unlike racial classes, this class does not represent the creatures history, culture, and beliefs; but rather it represents its physical and magical traits and skills.
'''Creature classes''' are a natural evolution of [[racial class]]es. Many monsters are suitable for player characters, but they are naturally more powerful than most races.{{cite|APG|23}} Unlike racial classes, a creature class is not optional to heroes. A young or inexperienced creature may have this class also. Unlike racial classes, this class does not represent the creatures history, culture, and beliefs; but rather it represents its physical and magical traits and skills.
 
   
 
==Creature classes==
 
==Creature classes==
*[[Abomination]]
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*[[Abomination]]<ref>''[[Horde Player's Guide]]'', 22-25</ref>
*[[Ancient protector]]
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*[[Ancient protector]]<ref>''[[Alliance Player's Guide]]'', 25-27</ref>
*[[Centaur]]
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*[[Centaur]]<ref>''[[Horde Player's Guide]]'', 25-26</ref>
*[[Dragon]]
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*[[Dragon]]<ref>''[[Dark Factions]]'', 39-41</ref>
:*[[Red dragon whelp]] (Dark Factions)
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:*[[Red dragon whelp]]<ref>''[[Dark Factions]]'', 40-41</ref>
*[[Dryad]]
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*[[Dryad]]<ref>''[[Alliance Player's Guide]]'', 27-28</ref>
*[[Flamewaker]] (Dark Factions)
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*[[Flamewaker]]<ref>''[[Dark Factions]]'', 41-43</ref>
*[[Keeper of the grove]]
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*[[Keeper of the grove]]<ref>''[[Alliance Player's Guide]]'', 29-31</ref>
*[[Mountain giant]]
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*[[Mountain giant]]<ref>''[[Alliance Player's Guide]]'', 31-33</ref>
*[[Nerubian]] (Dark Factions)
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*[[Nerubian]]<ref>''[[Dark Factions]]'', 43-45</ref>
*[[Ogre]]
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*[[Ogre]]<ref>''[[Horde Player's Guide]]'', 26-27</ref>
*[[Ogre mage]]
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*[[Ogre mage]]<ref>''[[Horde Player's Guide]]'', 27-29</ref>
*[[Sea giant]] (Dark Factions)
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*[[Sea giant]]<ref>''[[Dark Factions]]'', 46-48</ref>
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== References ==
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{{WoW RPG classes}}
 
{{WoW RPG classes}}
   
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[[Category:Creature classes| ]]
 
[[Category:Creature classes| ]]
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[[Category:Alliance Player's Guide]]
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[[Category:Horde Player's Guide]]
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[[Category:Dark Factions]]

Latest revision as of 12:15, June 3, 2009

Creature classes, introduced in the Alliance Player's Guide,[1][2][3] are a natural evolution of racial classes. Many monsters are suitable for player characters, but they are naturally more powerful than most races.[1] Unlike racial classes, a creature class is not optional to heroes. A young or inexperienced creature may have this class also. Unlike racial classes, this class does not represent the creatures history, culture, and beliefs; but rather it represents its physical and magical traits and skills.

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