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WoW Dragonflight: Primalist Raid Tier Sets Class Overview

Here's a breakdown of which Primalist Raid Tier Sets belongs to each class in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.
Here's a breakdown of which Primalist Raid Tier Sets belongs to each class in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. / Image courtesy of Blizzard Entertainment

Back in April, Blizzard released concept art for the upcoming Primalist Raid Tier Sets coming soon in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.

With Dragonflight, one feature players are no doubt looking forward to is the return of Tier Sets. There were just barely re-introduced in Patch 9.2 in the Sepulcher of the First Ones Raid after nearly two expansions went by.

Initially, Blizzard released four images of concept art for the upcoming Primalist Raid Tier Sets without exactly specifying which of the sets would be for which classes. Now that that situation has officially been addressed, here's a breakdown of which Primalist Raid Tier Sets belongs to each class in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.

From left to right: Rogue, Druid, Shaman
From left to right: Rogue, Druid, Shaman / Image courtesy of Blizzard Entertainment
From left to right: Monk, Paladin, Warrior
From left to right: Monk, Paladin, Warrior / Image courtesy of Blizzard Entertainment
From left to right: Evoker, Priest, Warlock, Demon Hunter
From left to right: Evoker, Priest, Warlock, Demon Hunter / Image courtesy of Blizzard Entertainment
From left to right: Death Knight, Mage, Hunter
From left to right: Death Knight, Mage, Hunter / Image courtesy of Blizzard Entertainment

According to Wowhead, the sets seem to be related to the Elemental Protodragon Leaders, given that a consistent, similar style and color scheme can be seen within all of these.

In regards to what these Tier Sets will bring to the table, no word has come from Blizzard yet. Outside of their dragon-like aesthetic, it's unclear what benefits each set will have. Fans will no doubt be happy to see the return of Tier Sets, regardless.

At the time of publication, the Dragonflight expansion remains without a set release date. In the meantime, players can register their interest to join the beta test ahead of the release.