Hey guys. My name's Juan José Rodriguez. I'm an admin of the Call of Duty wikia, and I play World of Warcraft. I play a level 44 Tauren hunter (I guess I'm a Huntard because I like running up and actually hitting the enemy - and that apparently makes me bad at the game) and a level 13 Tauren druid. (For the Horde.) I hate gnomes with a burning passion, and... well, I'll let some of these userboxes do the talking.
Tauren/Night Elves: I LOVE the Tauren and Kaldorei. Both races, IMO, were beautifully designed and really well done. Everything from their architecture to their aesthetics is good, and I really think they are the two best races in the game to be.
Gnomes: I hate gnomes. I hate the idea of gnomes. I hate the idea of a tiny, yet arrogant and obnoxious, high-pitched race, who can somehow be just as strong as a mammoth-viking hybrid or a Dragon makes me mad. I petition that gnomes be limited to a level cap of 5, restricted to a single class of Tinkers (which has no abilities) and be restricted to the bounds of Western Dun Morogh so no other race has to see the annoying, spastic little pipsqueaks. How can something shorter than a friggin' Gnoll be a Death Knight?
New Classes: I'm really disappointed in the class changes in Cataclysm. Goblins can be almost everything. I don't know why they need to have hunters and shamans for a simple cartel, but whatever. Druids, once only for the Night Elves and the Tauren, are now expanded to the Worgen (Fine...) and the Trolls. (Why the Trolls? They're savages and yet being invited into the druid circle?) Fine. But Dwarf shaman is where I draw the line. Why would a DWARF ever be a SHAMAN? Shamans use totems, shamans are members of spiritual tribes, dwarfs are drunken miners - where did Blizzard get a connection?
Cataclysm changes: The upcoming expansion pack troubles me. Sure, hunters get more pets, new races arrive and new abilities. But the geographical changes are really gonna be something to get used to. I'm not going to be able to roam through Thousand Needles, freely hunt the Barrens and stalk the forests of Ashenvale - lava, water and ganking human guards will be stopping me. Also, Dustwallow Marsh kinda annoys me, so that being the 35-40 zone instead of Thousand Needles disappoints me.
Pandaren: Come on, make them a playable race. They've been established in lore enough, they're interesting enough and there are enough custom suggestions and ideas to give them sub-races - if anyone's been waiting, it's the Pandaren - them and the Furbolgs.
The Alliance: I don't play as a human because in a game where you can be anything you want, why would you want to be a plain human? Night Elves are greatly designed, the Worgen and the Draenei are pretty good races. I hate gnomes and I resent the fact that Dwarves are always 'good'. If they're so good then why are they in Mulgore and the Barrens, mining in other people's territory?
Roleplay/Fanfiction: I am a natural writer, therefore it came naturally for me to write myself a fanfiction and to want to roleplay. I can't really roleplay that much (because I'm on a PVP server), but I've made myself a fanfiction - if anyone wants to correct what I have so far, I can show you - it talks about a potential cease-fire between the Kaldorei and the Shu'halo, and events that take place directly before Cataclysm. If you're creating a character, a backstory for him should come naturally.
Addiction and playing style: I'm not addicted to WoW - I play Xbox 360 games more than it, and I've witnesses some of my family members get addicted pretty quickly. I'm confident that I will usually have schoolwork, my job and pretty much everything else in my life to distract me from WoW if I get too caught up - but one thing that is undeniable is that it's a fun game, and I love playing it. Huntard or not, I'm going to play the way I play - casually, for fun. Stats mean very little to me - Hunter weapons come to me as any two-handed axe that I will use - whether I'm questing, fighting in a dungeon or on a battleground, I will play how I play.