Dragonflight is the latest RPG in World of Warcraft’s long-running series. In this edition, players can explore Dragon Isles while seated on their very own dragon. However, as you progress in the game you will also be introduced to something known as Dragonriding Talents. In this guide, we’ll show you all Dragonriding Talents and how to unlock them in WoW Dragonflight.
How to Unlock Dragonriding Talents in WoW Dragonflight
First things first, you will have to learn Dragonriding in order to unlock Dragonriding Talents. After completing the introductory story quest in the game, you will have to travel to meet with Alextraza at the Ruby Lifeshrine. She will give you a quest called ‘Dragonriding’ wherein you will be asked to visit Lord Andestrasz who will in turn give you the Dragonriding ability. Once that’s done, the Dragonriding Talents should automatically become available for you in WoW Dragonflight. If you don’t know what they are, we have made a list of each one of them right below.
Note: You will need Dragonriding Glyphs to unlock additional Dragonriding Talents.
All Dragonriding Talents in WoW Dragonflight
There are a total of 15 talents in the game. They are:
Take to the Skies
Increases your Vigor to four and Soar’s maximum speed will increase to 830% as well. All this for 1 Dragon Glyph.
This talent will increase the effectiveness of your Surge Forward Skill by 125% which will also decrease as your speed increases. It will cost you 3 Dragon Glyphs.
Vigor regeneration rate boosted to one Vigor every 25 seconds while grounded. Will cost you 3 Dragon Glyphs.
The Thrill of the Skies will generate 1 Vigor every 10 seconds but will also cost you 3 Dragon Glyphs in WoW Dragonflight.
Surge Forward will help you evade Calechillers, Scalechargers, and any other obstacle that you encounter during time trials and races. It will cost you 3 Dragon Glyphs.
While riding at mid speeds and above, you gain stacks of Dragonrider’s Initiative which can go up to 10. When landing at mid-to-high speeds, a shockwave will be created, damaging enemies, and stunning them for three seconds. Landing at low speeds will cancel the Dragonrider’s Initiative. It will cost you 3 Dragon Glyphs again.
When airborne on a Dragon Isles Drake, you will gain stacks of Dragonrider’s Compassion. When you dismount, you gain a shield worth 1% of your health and gain 1% movement speed per stack that will last 30 seconds. All this will cost you 3 Dragon Glyphs.
While grounded, your regeneration rate will increase to 1 Vigor every 20 seconds for a cost of 4 Dragon Glyphs.
The Whirling Surge skill will evade Wingshredders and dismount any airborne enemy players. However, it will cost 4 Dragon Glyphs.
The tenth Talent on this list in WoW Dragonflight, it will increase your Vigor to five costing you 4 Dragon Glyphs.
If you gather herbs or minerals, your Vigor recharge rate will increase by 10 percent for 10 seconds. But it will cost you 5 Dragon Glyphs.
Defeating an enemy will grant you your Vigor recharge rate by 10 percent for three seconds costing you 5 Dragon Glyphs.
Your Vigor will increase to 6 costing you 5 Dragon Glyphs.
Yearning for the Sky
Your Vigor regeneration rate will be further boosted to 1 Vigor every 15 seconds while being grounded. It will cost you 5 Dragon Glyphs.
At Home Aloft
The last talent in WoW Dragonflight, this will help the Thrill of the Skies generate 1 Vigor every 5 seconds. It will cost you a total of 5 Dragon Glyphs.
This brings us to the end of our guide on all Dragonriding Talents and how to unlock them in WoW Dragonflight. If you liked this, stay tuned to our WoW page for more!