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Here is a little program. This one is for all of you that have played too much and can’t choose a new character. This randomly picks something for you, give it a try if you don’t know what to roll next.

Download executable UPDATED V2
Now loops until exit is selected.
Source in C++:

Code:
//WowCharChooser.cpp
//The purpose of this program is to ease the choice of what character you should play
//You can use it to choose an alt or a random build
//However it will only generate random ones

#include <iostream>
#include <ctime>
#include <string>

using namespace std;

int main()
{
   char *race [] = {“Human”, “Night Elf”, “Dwarf”, “Gnome”, “Draenei”, “Orc”, “Troll”, “Tauren”, “Undead”, “Blood Elf”};
   char *huclass [] = {“Paladin”, “Warrior”, “Mage”, “Warlock”, “Rogue”, “Priest”};
   char *neclass [] = {“Warrior”, “Hunter”, “Rogue”, “Druid”, “Priest”};
   char *dwclass [] = {“Warrior”, “Paladin”, “Rogue”, “Hunter”, “Priest”};
   char *gnclass [] = {“Warrior”, “Rogue”, “Mage”, “Warlock”};
   char *drclass [] = {“Warrior”, “Paladin”, “Mage”, “Hunter”, “Shaman”, “Priest”};
   char *orclass [] = {“Warrior”, “Hunter”, “Rogue”, “Shaman”, “Warlock”};
   char *trclass [] = {“Warrior”, “Hunter”, “Rogue”, “Shaman”, “Mage”, “Priest”};
   char *taclass [] = {“Shaman”, “Warrior”, “Hunter”, “Druid”};
   char *unclass [] = {“Warrior”, “Rogue”, “Mage”, “Warlock”, “Priest”};
   char *beclass [] = {“Paladin”, “Hunter”, “Mage”, “Warlock”, “Rogue”, “Priest”};
   int x, y, z, terminate=0;

   srand(time(0));
   while (terminate != 1)
   {
      cout << “Please choose which faction…\n” << “1. Alliance\n” << “2. Horde\n” << “3. Either\n” << “4. Exit\n”;
      cin >> z;
      
      if (z == 1)
      {
         y = rand() % 5;
      }
      else if (z == 2)
      {
         y = rand() % 5 + 5;
      }
      else if (z == 3)
      {
         y = rand() % 10;
      }
      else if (z == 4)
      {
         terminate = 1;
      }
      else
      {
         cout << “Error! Incorrect option! Termination program.\n”;
      }

      if (terminate != 1)
      {
         switch(y)
         {
            case 0:
               x = rand()% 6;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << huclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 1:
               x = rand() % 5;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << neclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 2:
               x = rand() % 5;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << dwclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 3:
               x = rand() % 4;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << gnclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 4:
               x = rand() % 6;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << drclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 5:
               x = rand() % 5;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << orclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 6:
               x = rand() % 6;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << trclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 7:
               x = rand() % 4;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << taclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 8:
               x = rand() % 5;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << unclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
            case 9:
               x = rand() % 6;
               cout << “You should be a ” << race[y] << ” ” << beclass[x] << “\n”;
               break;
         }
         system(“pause”);
         system(“cls”);
      }
   };

   system(“pause”);

   return(0);
}

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