The latest World of Warcraft expansion, Legion, has introduced a new way to try out a class before committing to a level-100 character boost: Class Trials.

On the character-creation screen, those who have the World of Warcraft: Legion expansion can now create and play a level-100 “Class Trial” character with a preset class specialization. The Class Trial allows a player to take this character through a tutorial experience and get the chance to play until they obtain their Artifact weapon. After that, if they want to continue to play as the character, they just have to apply a level-100 character boost to continue on with their adventure. A trainer will guide the player as they become familiar with their new class, providing them with opportunities to practice against several enemies.

At any time during the Class Trial players can simply apply the level-100 character boost to continue their adventure unhindered. If the player is undecided, they can keep the character around and apply the boost later, or delete it to make room for another class. Just know that if a character completes the Class Trial but is not boosted, that character will be locked until the boost is applied.

While there is a time limit on how long players will have to play through the Class Trial, they can log out of the character and continue the experience later with the time they had remaining. Players will be able to try out multiple classes, and will not be locked into one Class Trial.

World of Warcraft: Legion is available now for PC. You can check out Gamespresso’s Review in Progress here.