World of Warcraft – where all our MMO dreams began. It remains the world’s most successful, highly populed MMORPG with a peak of 12 million in 2010, and seven years later, clocks in at a healthy 5. Taking place on Azeroth, the mythical world of Warcraft, the game begins approximately four years after the last title in the franchise, Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne, an RTS title like its predecessors. One subject of contention among WoW neophytes and old hands alike has been its class system. While the meta has shifted over the years, the current incarnation of classes – including the newer Death Knight and Monk classes has paved the way for a more interesting debate than ever before. We begin at one of the Horde mainstays – the Enhancement Shaman. While both the Horde and the Alliance have access to the badassery that is the Enhancement Shaman, there is no doubt that the majority of players are Horde.