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Whenever you collect a Dragon Glyph, you don't need to run to Dragonriding Trainers to learn the new talents. Talents can be unlocked on the go.
Click the Dragon Isles Summary icon located on your minimap.
This will bring up the Dragon Isles Summary Window. Click on "View" Dragonriding Skills & Unlocks to open the Dragonriding Talents tab.
Here, you can spend all your glyphs on talents without visiting the Dragonriding trainer.
DragonBinds is a helpful addon for Dragonriding, which gives you more control over your dragon.
It was created by Gray, who, throughout Beta, released numerous Dragonriding videos. DragonBinds can be downloaded on CurseForge.
It allows you to change your movement keys (Strafe/Forward/Backward) to movement keys used while flying your dragon (Turn/Pitch). The goal is to emulate other flying game controls and free the use of your mouse to look around you with your camera.
The addon works well with Pitch Sensitivity set to 5, which you must set with the following command:
“/console dragonRidingPitchSensitivity X” (X = 1 to 10) Gray clarifies on the CurseForge page that you need to bind a key to toggle in & out of "Dragon Mode." You can do this in the Keybinds settings in Game Options. You will find that and more in the video below.
New players are forced to play Battle for Azeroth, before heading to the Dragonflight. However, there's an easy workaround to circumvent that.
Create a new Class Trial character in the game.
The Class Trial will be a Level 60 character, which should unlock Chromie Time for all characters on the new account. No longer will you be limited to Battle for Azeroth content and dungeons during leveling.
The legend is back! Doubleagent started leveling the Neutral Pandaren in Dragonflight and is now at Level 61.
It took under 12 hours to level the Neutral Pandaren Shaman from 60 to 61 on the Wandering Isle. We'll be back with another update when the Neutral Pandaren hits 70.
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Blizzard have addressed issues players have been having with their UI profiles, where they would lose all of them. The problems are related to disconnects and there is a hotfix coming soon.
UI Profiles Missing Fix (Source)
We’ve seen this happen to players who experienced the bad luck of getting disconnected while loading into the game. We’ve developed a hotfix for that specific scenario, and the hotfix should be coming to all realms soon.
But the hotfix won’t retroactively recreate what was lost. To make sure you keep your custom UI (and so that you can use it elsewhere, if you like), you’ll want to export and save it outside the game.
While in-game, hit and then:
Select Edit Mode. Select the layout you wish to export from the dropdown. Open the dropdown and select the Share option. Select the Copy To Clipboard sub-option. Create a blank text file on your PC, and paste the string you just copied into the new file. Save that text file somewhere safe. To use a UI that you previously saved to a text file:
Copy the entire text from the text file. Go into Edit Mode. In the layout dropdown, select Import. Paste the text from your clipboard into the Import Text window. Give it a name and click the Import button.