WoW: Dragonflight’s new talent trees are so good that you should start at level 1

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The pre-patch festivities are well underway for World of Warcraft’s upcoming Dragonflight (opens in new tab) expansion, and we’ll soon be able to soar over new lands and face new foes. But I want you to forget about all of that, make a fresh character, and go kill some wolves in Northshire. Even if you already have one of every class at max level. Seriously.

Let me explain: My favorite part of the pre-patch is the return of what I will refer to from here on as the ‘old school’ talent system,…

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