Off the post of the class and race distribution of non-newbie current players, I'm just curious why you play the class you do? What about it and the environment around it and your city/House/peers makes it enjoyable for you?
For me, a lot of the classes are interesting, but I really do like the Apostate side of things, or at least the Congregation focus. It seems similar to the Catholic priesthood, as I was discerning the priesthood for several years. It's something I can relate to in-game, as I spent a ton of energy and resources studying Catholic theology and philosophy in-depth. If things had went a different way, I could be a real-life monk at a Benedictine abbey in St. Louis, going to seminary to become a priest. So, at least with that, I can eventually use the same foundation and apply it to this character once I reach that level in the House. While I personally don't feel I am a Catholic any longer, I do have all the knowledge I learned from those years of study and interaction with people.
The Jester class has a playful appeal to me and has been a favorite type of class I like to play in D&D. But it doesn't really have a deeper meaning to me outside of that. I like the idea of it and once I am a Jester I get buyer's remorse. The Jester puppet shows were pretty entertaining when they happened (not sure if they still exist), and I love the matching Jester outfits and idea of playful pranks.
I haven't played a Shaman or Runewarden though. I do like the idea of a witch doctor type of Shaman with different beliefs like the whole throwing bones on the ground and reading them, etc, and other mystical beliefs, that may border on primal and savage (like the Tomacula somewhat).
Druid is pretty awesome in idea, but I just can't connect on the Nature aspect of anything. I like the idea of having a grove with tons of cool stuff in it, the ability to morph into different animals, and being able to make my own cures and get a bonus for them. I just didn't know what to do with it and felt lost. It just didn't connect to me at all, but it may be my inability to roleplay properly *shrug*
Anyways, what's your take on things?