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Play as a Mage, Priest, or Rogue of Any Race

Play as a Mage, Priest, or Rogue of Any Race

With the arrival of the Dragonflight first phase of the pre-expansion patch, all playable races will be able to join the fray as scholarly Mages, cunning Rogues, or devout Priests. This change will add eight new race and class combinations to Dragonflight, and will be available to all players—even those who don't own Dragonflight yet. Below you'll find an updated list of all race and class combinations for both factions.

Alliance Race and Class Combinations

Race Death Knight Demon Hunter Druid Hunter Mage Monk Paladin Priest Rogue Shaman Warlock Warrior
Dwarf
Draenei
Human
Gnome
Night Elf
Pandaren
Worgen
Allied Races*
Dark Iron Dwarf
Lightforged Draenei
Kul Tiran
Mechagnome
Void Elf

Horde Race and Class Combinations

Race Death Knight Demon Hunter Druid Hunter Mage Monk Paladin Priest Rogue Shaman Warlock Warrior
Blood Elf
Goblin
Orc
Pandaren
Tauren
Troll
Undead
Allied Races*
Highmountain Tauren
Mag'har Orc
Nightborne
Vulpera
Zandalari Troll

*Players who want to create Allied Race Mages, Rogues or Priests (where previously unavailable) will need to fulfill the requirements to unlock them before making a character. Requirements to unlock Allied Races can be found by hovering over the desired race icon on the character creation screen.

It's finally time for all the cloven-hoofed rogues to come out of the shadows. No longer will the scholars of the Kirin Tor be unwilling to teach any and all who show a penchant for the arcane. And the powers of the Light and Shadow will at last embrace all of its devouts equally.

No matter who you choose to be, Azeroth is always in need of more champions. Fight on, hero!

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