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New Talents in Dragonflight

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New Talents in Dragonflight
« on: November 22, 2022, 12:26:13 PM »
New Talents in Dragonflight

Over the years it has changed several times, always with the goal of bringing new and interesting choices for adventurers everywhere. The Dragonflight pre-expansion debuts the biggest change to the Talents system yet, giving you more freedom to experiment and more options to choose from than ever before.

Talents in Dragonflight are divided into two groups: Class Talents and Specialization Talents.

Each time you gain a level, you'll earn talent points for either your Class or Specialization. You can always check how many available points you have for each tree at the top of the interface.

Once your changes are applied and you have your talent build completed, it’s easy to change your talent choices. Simply right click any talent to unlearn it. If you want to reset a whole tree, you can right click a talent on an upper row and it will automatically unlearn talents under it. If you're looking for a completely fresh start, you can also click the red “Reset All Talents” button.

Once you're happy with your build, you can save it as a Loadout so you can select a known set of talent choices with just one click. To get started, select "New Loadout" from the drop-down menu on the bottom left side of the interface, and give your Loadout a name (for example, you can have different Loadouts for Mythic+, PvP, questing, etc). Then select your talent options and click "Apply Changes". The saved options will be automatically saved to your Loadout, and from there you can create new ones and easily switch back and forth.

If you're looking for a quick and easy way to jump in the action without having to worry too much about specific talent choices, each specialization has an available "Starter Build" Loadout (highlighted in blue) that is suitable for most content.



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