My gf said it does reflect me myself and how I see myself by what classes I play. I tended to play only science-fiction mmo's in which I tended to play the class that can build stuff. That was in Anarchy Online for example the Engineer, played one toon to level 200 and later on I played for fun a bureaucrat to level 200. Was a class not played often in AO and I thought it's funny to have one at high level.
Since I am playing fantasy mmo's I played rogues and mage classes and didnt really liked them, cause they die too fast and dont really have nice AoE abilities. I am mostly playing tank in WoW or lotro.
I figured I liked Anarchy Online the most, there the mage class the nuker could really nuke. We met in our guild and were all sitting on a mountain while tank classes were running in the valley and herding mobs which gave good xp. the nuker classes then bombed away. Was kinda funny cause every class could give a buff useful to the endeavour. By that time I was playing my crat and he gave an bonus xp buff.
After the crat I played a Fixer to level 150 aswell. He could enter the Fixer grid a especially for that class designed virtual reality that could transport you to everywhere in the massive world.
I dont really like WoW or lortro they are too mainstream and I basically like mmo's that need you a lot to micromanage. WoW and lotro are stripped of that dcomponent and made accessible to everyone. Everquest for example is a game of the good old times, were RPGs needed you to micromanage a lot. EVE Online was such of these games aswell, sadly it was too real life time consuming.
I really liked AO and EVE Online. Those RPGs had something special. But I lack the time to still play them. I tho am hoping that the new Star Wars will have some of the charme, AO and EVE Online have. Then I'll eff time and play again