WoW new expansion, Dragonflight, introduces a new class known as the Evoker, which has several talent trees.
In this well-renowned video game, World of Warcraft (WoW), you can control a character and explore an open world, complete quests, defeat horrific enemies, and interact with non-player characters.
Since it is a massively multiplayer role-playing game (MMORPG) you can also interact with players across the world. Before you step into the Warcraft universe, you have to create a character by selecting their race and class.
WoW’s ninth expansion, Dragonflight, introduces a new class, the Evoker, which has several talent trees that you can use to improve its abilities.
From knights in shiny armour to skulking stalkers and cunning spellcasters, every class in WoW presents unique challenges and gameplay for you to master. Before you choose a class, you should consider your playstyle.
This is because each class has a specific role on a battlefield. The table below lists the playable classes, and their roles during battle:
WoW: Evoker talent tree
The ninth expansion of WoW, Dragonflight, will be released on 28 November 2022. With it comes new content, new locations, and a new class – the Evoker. Dracthyr Evokers were created to wield the magic of all 5 Dragonflights, and they endeavour to forge their own path in Azeroth.
Evokers can play as healers or as damage dealers. However, they can only be Dracthyr, which is a new race, and Dracthyr can only play the Evoker class.
If you are interested in playing the Evoker, you have to decide whether you want to play as a damage dealer or a healer. This is because the talent trees for the specialisations differ. Players cannot create a hybrid character that uses talents from both talent trees.
Although the damage dealer and healer use specific talent trees, both of them use the same base talent tree. In other words, you have the Evoker talent tree and then either the Preservation or the Devastation talent tree.
Players who want to play a damage-dealing Evoker should allocate points to the Devastation talent tree. Whereas healing Evokers should use the Preservation talent tree.
There are several different talents in the talent trees, each of which has a unique effect on your character. Bear in mind that you do not have to activate all the talents in the tree, you only have to activate some of them, based on your preferences.
Even though you can randomly allocate points to the talent trees, it is recommended that you do not. This is because your Evoker may not be as efficient in battle when you randomly select talents.
It is advisable that you follow a build, depending on your specialisation.
If you are interested in playing a damage-dealing Evoker, you should use the following talents:
|Devastation Evoker Raid talents||Devastation Evoker Mythic + talents|
If you want to heal and buff your allies in a battle, it is advised you use these talents:
|Preservation Evoker Raid talents||Preservation Evoker Mythic + talents|
Can the builds be imported to the game?
Since manually selecting talents in the talent tree can quite a bit of time, players can import the following codes into the game to activate the builds:
Devastation Raid build:
Devastation Mythic + build:
Preservation Evoker Raid build:
Preservation Evoker Mythic + build: