World of Warcraft Dragonflight Class Guides

Welcome to our Level 70 Dragonflight Class Guides. Whatever you are going to play, we got you covered! Our Guidewriters prepared detailed information about all classes and their specs for you! These Guides will be regularly updated to provide you some cutting-edge knowledge about your favorite class!


“The death knight combines martial prowess with dark, necromantic energies. Blood DKs are able tanks using disease DoTs, and AoE attacks to keep the attention of their enemies. Frost and Unholy death knights are melee dps classes, using unholy power to destroy their foes. Although death knights can raise undead minions, the Unholy specialization gives this feature particular focus, becoming a true pet class. Death Knights use a unique two-part resource system called the Rune system in which primary abilities are powered by Runes which periodically regenerate; using these abilities generates Runic Power which in turn can be used to power other abilities.”


“Demon hunters, disciples of Illidan Stormrage, uphold a dark legacy, one that frightens their allies and enemies alike. The Illidari embrace fel and chaotic magics—energies that have long threatened the world of Azeroth—believing them necessary to challenge the Burning Legion. Wielding the powers of demons they’ve slain, they develop demonic features that incite revulsion and dread in fellow elves.”


“Druids are the most versatile hybrid class, using the power of shape-shifting to take different forms and perform different roles within their party. Guardian Druids transform into Bear Form, becoming powerful tanks with high armor and use the Rage resource system similar to Warriors. Feral Druids transform into Cat Form, becoming powerful sources of melee damage and use the Energy resource system similar to Rogues. Balance Druids transform into Moonkin Form to become strong offensive spellcasters relying on the powers of the sun and moon. Restoration Druids remain in humanoid form, channeling the renewing power of nature to the mend wounds of their allies. While each specialization focuses on a different form, all specializations are able to use Bear and Cat Form, and each gain the additional forms Travel Form, Aquatic Form and Flight Form as they level up.” 


“Evokers are a hero class to be made available with Dragonflight that starts at level 58 in Forbidden Reach, available only to the dracthyr race.”


“Hunters use focus to deliver ranged weapon damage (bows, guns, and crossbows) as the primary source of damage. Hunters tame many varieties of beasts to serve as combat pets causing damage and giving raid buffs. Very adept at kiting, they have plenty of tools to allow them to avoid melee combat, which is a weakness. The Hunter’s array of scouting, tracking, and survival abilities along with mail armor make them excellent solo characters. Hunter talent specializations are Marksmanship, Beast Mastery, and Survival.”


“Mages are ranged magic damage dealers with very powerful direct and area effect damage spells. Mages feature a variety of utility spells, including crowd control (Polymorph), raid buff of mana and spell power, teleportation and group portals to capital cities, and ability to conjure food and water. Because of spells with good burst damage and snare abilities, they are often effective at PvP even with their relatively low armor and health. Mage talent trees are Fire, Frost, and Arcane, each specializing in different spells and abilities.”


“Monks have a unique combat system, combining energy or mana with the combo point-like chi, and a range of stances to define their current role. Students of ancient pandaren martial arts techniques, monks embody the skill, focus, meditativeness and deadly effectiveness of a skilled Kung Fu master, battering enemies with a flurry of punches or flying kicks, incapacitating enemies with an intimate knowledge of nerve centers and acupressure points, and using their inner calm and connection to the universe to heal and restore balance to their allies. A true hybrid class, monks can perform a melee DPS, tank or healing role, have a number of hybrid abilities that combine damage and healing, and also make use of stationary statues and a range of herbal brews to empower their abilities. Monks are a uniquely mobile class and are capable of generating Health and Chi Spheres, special objects which must be passed into in order to gain their benefits. This creates a mobile battlefield, with monks quickly rolling and soaring across the arena to restore health before leaping back into the fray.”


“Paladins are plate-wearing holy knights. With the soul of a priest and the brawn of a warrior, paladins combine Holy magic with powerful weapons and stout armor. Like the knights of legend, paladins fight the good fight, smiting enemies with divine wrath and bringing allies back from the brink of death with the power of the Holy Light. A true hybrid class, paladins can fulfill any role, and can usually do a little of all three, thanks to their combination of damaging, healing and protective abilities. Paladins are especially well-known for their supreme survivability, with abilities like Hand of ProtectionDivine Shield and Lay on Hands enabling them to render a player all but invulnerable, or instantly heal them back up to full health just when defeat seems inevitable. Paladins are also well-known for their range of buffs and support spells and are arguably the strongest support class in the game.”


“Devout followers of the Holy Light, priests are a cloth-wearing caster class. Traditionally masters of healing, the priest’s knowledge of the Light also grants them control of the darker powers of the Shadow. Discipline priests are powerful healers specializing in damage mitigation, using a range of powerful shields to magically protect their charges. Excelling at single-target healing, Discipline priests can keep a single target alive for a long time, and can also heal through dealing damage, using their attacks to take care of their allies’ needs during quiet periods or gaps in their rotation. Holy priests are the archetypal pure healer, using an extensive combination of direct heals, heal over time (HoT) effects, and AoE and multi-target heals to respond to any situation.”


“Sinister masters of the night, rogues are a lightly-armored class which uses Stealth, poisons and sharp blades to dispatch enemies without a sound. Focusing exclusively on DPS, the rogue represents a counterpoint to the warrior’s brash guts and glory approach to battle, preferring to strike from the shadows and Vanish without a sound, their only code of honor the contract on their target’s life. Valuing dexterity over muscle, rogues wear leather armor that leaves them free to move swiftly through the night and usually wield light weapons in each hand. Assassination rogues use poisons and finishing moves to deal bursts of damage to their targets.”


“Shamans are spiritual leaders, masters of the elements, using spells and totems to heal and enhance raid members. These powerful practitioners commune with the ancestors and seek to balance the raging elemental forces, and can call upon them in battle to scorch and blast their enemies or to strengthen and heal their allies. Shamans can enhance their weapons with elemental effects, smite enemies with lightning strikes and bursts of lava, and summon powerful elementals to do their bidding. Shamans can also grant themselves and their allies powerful elemental boons, and call upon the ancestors to assist them.”


“Enslaving demons and calling upon dark magic and curses to dominate and destroy their foes, warlocks are a cloth-wearing DPS caster class, known for their wide range of debuffs and damage over time effects. Locks are primarily ranged magic damage dealers and can employ a range of fully-controllable demons to tank, incapacitate and devour enemies, including the seductive succubus, the hulking voidwalker, the fireball-hurling Imp and the horrific Felhunter. Warlocks can also summon temporary demons like the mighty Infernal and Doomguard for powerful bursts of damage, and at higher levels can choose the Grimoire of Supremacy to make these demons permanent.”


“Warriors are plate-clad close-combat fighters able to fill the role of tank or melee DPS. Warrior abilities use rage which is generated by dealing and taking damage, but decays over time while not in combat. Warriors can use stances to focus on a particular type of combat, and abilities like Charge and Heroic Leap to get up close with their opponents. Arms warriors are bursty damage-dealers, using mighty two-handed weapons to deal ponderous but devastating blows to their foes; Fury warriors are dual-wielding berserkers, dealing a rapid succession of wild attacks with each weapon; while Protection warriors are stout defenders, using sturdy shields both to soak up foes’ attacks and to dish out damage of their own.”