WOW Dragonflight 10.1 Best PvP Talents: New Honor Talents, Mage Talents & Paladin Talents In Season 2

4/13/2023 4:30:25 PM

World of Warcraft Dragonflight PvP abilities/talents are important for players who engage in PvP combat, whether in battlegrounds, arenas, or in the open world. Today, we’re going to show you the new best PvP abilities that are coming in WOW Dragonflight 10.1. These new PVP talents really do add a lot of flavor to the game.


WoW Dragonflight 10.1 PvP Talents Guide - New Best PvP Ability Coming In Dragonflight Season 2

PvP talents in Dragonflight WOW are a separate set of talents that are only active during PvP combat. These talents are available to all players once they reach level 20, and can be unlocked by visiting a PvP talent trainer in major cities. PvP talents are designed to provide players with additional tools and abilities to use in player-versus-player combat and often provide more situational or utility-focused effects compared to the talents used in PvE content. Now, let's go through the new best Dragonflight PvP talents 10.1. PvP talents are an important part of a player's toolkit in PvP combat, and selecting the right talents for a given situation or opponent can be crucial for success in PvP.


WOW Dragonflight 10.1 Honor Talents

1. Divide and Conquer

First, we show you the new Evoker honor talent and this honor talent is going to give Evoker some very interesting utility because Evokers are one trick right now.

Deep breath forms curtains of fire preventing a line of sight to enemies outside its walls and burning enemies who walk through so it's actually a smoke bomb and ring of fire and one. And it's got a really cool visual, so when you used to divide or when you use a deep breath. These walls are actually smoke bombs, they block loss and if you walk through them, they burn you. That's going to be fascinating for both Devastation Evoker and Preservation Evoker and we'll give some really sick utility for them.



This is maybe one of the Dragonflight season 2 best PvP talents that are going to be added. Burrow is a two minute cooldown and it's for all three specks of Shaman including Resto Shaman, Enhancement Shamans, and Elemental Shaman. Two-minute cooldown burrow beneath the ground becoming unattackable, removing movement impairing effects, and increase your movement speed by 50% for 5 seconds. When the effects end, enemies within six yards are knocked into the air and they take physical damage. It is insane. You literally become a Pokémon Diglett, so you're being trained down by Ret Warrior. You finally have immunity and then you knock everyone away. An immunity like this is something that trauma and it's literally like an ice block, because you can be healed while you're in the burrow.

WOW Dragonflight 10.1 Mage Talents

1. Master Shepherd

Another new talent coming to Dragonflight season 2 for Mages is called a master shepherd. It is a passive that basically boosts your polymorph. So your polymorph no longer heals the target. In addition to that, when you have someone polymorphed, you gain 25% movement speed and 6% versatility. It's a pretty Dragonflight WoW 10.1 PvP talent.


2. Kleptomania

Kleptomania is another new Dragonflight 10.1 Mage ability for Arcane Mage. The way kleptomania works now is to unleash a flurry of disruptive magic onto your target, stealing a beneficial magic effect every 0.4 seconds for 3.3 seconds. Castable while moving, but movement speed is reduced. You can channel kleptomania and it just keeps yoinking his buffs over and over and you take all the buffs. For the new kleptomania, they added some counterplay to it, it's not as burning dead as the last one, but it's still extremely strong because it has a 20-second cooldown.


3. Reactive Resin

Reactive resin is absolutely insane to dispel protection for Resto Druids. This is potentially one of the most powerful enemies that have their movement speed reduced by 30% for 3 seconds. When removing your restorative heal over time effects stacking, enemies are silenced and rooted at 3 seconds. As a Shaman, as an Arcane Mage, as a Frost Mage, or as a Shadow Priest, if you're chained to spelling or as a Dis Priest, if your chain to spelling Druid heals, you get this stacking debuff that slows you more and then silences and roots you. This is one of the Dragonflight 10.1 best new honor talents that they've added in season 2. If you're a Resto Druid, the meta will end up being this.


4. Impish Instincts

Taking direct physical damage reduces the cooldown of your demonic circle by 2 seconds. This is a really good talent for Warlocks. If you're being trained as a Warlock, you'll have a 20 second cooldown on your Demonic Circle. So as a Warlock, you're going to have more mobility. You're always going to be able to basically soul burn that.


5. Call Fel Lord

Apparently, Fel Lord has been buffed, and Fel Lord is a talent that's fallen out of flavor, but it's a really fun talent to use and it's really good for anti-cleve. Fel Lord doesn't cost anything, so every 2 minutes, you're just going to be able to drop crit. You're going to be able to protect your healer from the Ret Warriors and different Cleaves. It's a really good button.


WOW Dragonflight 10.1 Paladin Talents

1. Bedazzle

Call upon the light to blind your enemies in a 20 yd cone, causing enemies to miss their spells and attacks. So this is one of those things on a 1.5-minute cooldown that should really be an instant cast. It doesn't last that long, it's kind of a skill shot, and it's got a decent cooldown but you can really have a huge impact on the game.


For now, we got no new talents for Druid. Just a bunch of garbage talents that don't do anything. If you want to know more Dragonflight 10.1 news, stay tuned!