If you ever played any tabletop role-playing game, or virtual role-playing game, you've probably had to choose a class. Your character's class determines your character's abilities and skills in a game. There are four primary classes and a fuckload of sub-classes that generally fall under a primary. The four primary classes seen in most RP games are fighter, cleric, mage and rogue.
What class are you in real life? Why do you think you're that class? Feel free to describe a sub-class if you want, but tell me why you think you're a particular sub-class (e.g. you think you're a druid because you love animals, nature and you grow plants, etc). What classes do you like to play in games most? Do you play the class that reflects who you are in real life or just play whatever for funsies?
I've always personally identified with clerics, but I don't feel that's entirely accurate since I'm not religious. I just always felt my empathy was something that fit in the cleric class the best. I guess I'm a weird combination of mage (nerds of the realm) and cleric because I am nerdy as fuck and pretty good at being around for others, making space for their problems and listening. I always pick mages and clerics first in video games, but I do like branching out and playing every class eventually.