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Question: human vs dark iron dwarf for monk in world of warcraft

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Choosing between a Human and a Dark Iron Dwarf Monk in World of Warcraft essentially boils down to racial abilities, aesthetic preferences, and lore. Humans possess the "Every Man for Himself" racial ability, which essentially grants an additional PvP trinket and could be really useful for PvP content. Their other racial ability is called "The Human Spirit," which increases secondary stat gain by 2%, helpful in rising stats a little bit faster. Dark Iron Dwarves, on the other hand, have the "Fireblood" racial ability, which removes all poison, disease, curse, magic, and bleed effects and increases your primary stat by a significant amount (based on the number of effects removed). They also possess the "Dungeon Delver" racial trait which enables them to move 4% faster while indoors, which can be quite useful in certain situations, especially dungeons. In terms of aesthetics and lore, this is purely subjective. If you like the look and backstory of one race more than the other, then this can strongly influence your decision, as enjoyment and immersion are key parts of the game. In terms of Monk class gameplay mechanics or utility, there is little difference between the two races so it really depends on your personal preferences and the type of content you are interested in. Both will afford a good experience as a Monk, so choose what you believe you will enjoy the most.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 20, 2023, 3:46 p.m.

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Published: Monday, November 20, 2023

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