Hello Community, For a long time I have struggled with my "gaming identity." For you see I started playing WoW during beta and wanted to roll a hunter, however, I immediately noticed there were 10 million hunters around me. I knew that the class would be overpopulated, and I would be in a surplus, so I rolled a warrior instead. (I am a bit of a gaming hipster in regards to playing over-populated classes). I devoted all of my time to him for the years of the game that I played, and followed in his path with other games. Always going heavy armor, melee dps. I have been wanting to change this recently. Here is what I like: Agility based characters that hit hard and fast, however, I dislike stealth classes. I more so enjoy classes like Monks/Mauraders/Gladiators. Pretty much warriors who use leather armor. Now not all games offer this, so I have a dilemma because of it. Oh and I despise magic, I try my best to not play characters who use it. I don't know why, I just don't like doing it. Minus my Feral Druid, and I am more lenient with things like Enhancement Shamans. I have been looking at the classes, and what people are speculating with the additional 2. It is my belief that neither of the "2 to come" classes will fulfill what I want. Believing one to be ranged, and the other to be a melee that will use a lot of magic. So I am thinking either Warrior or Stalker most likely. Now with the warrior I have to use a big old 2h and Heavy Armor....repeating the class I am trying to stray away from. But with the Stalker I am wondering if because of the X amount of skills you can buy, and the X amount of skills you can use on your skill bar, PLUS all skills are suppose to be good from level 1 to max. That I might be able to build a "Bruiser Stalker." Staying away from any skills that have stealth, and just taking hard hitting moves that are more based on positioning rather than "requires stealth." The negative side to what I am thinking is that I believe the Stalker class may be heavily reliant on stealth like any "rogue" typed class. That I will be hurting myself by trying to play the class the way I want. I will lack the escape, and surprise mechanics offered; at that point I might of well as rolled a Warrior. Community Thoughts?