Dracthyr Evokers don’t have a tutorial which is why the game displays a warning for new players that they’re an Advanced Class not recommended for play if they’re new to the game.
After the windows appear during character creation, you can either type in ADVANCED and continue with Evoker or choose a different class. Here are all the datamined global strings related to Evoker creation:
EVOKER_NEW_PLAYER_WARNING_TEXT – Evoker is an advanced class. If you’re new to World of Warcraft, we strongly recommend starting with a different class. You’ll miss the tutorial if you start with this class.
EVOKER_NEW_PLAYER_CONFIRMATION_TEXT – Are you sure? You’ll miss the tutorial if you proceed. We recommend starting with a different class. You can always come back once you’re more familiar with the game.
EVOKER_NEW_PLAYER_CONFIRM_INSTRUCTION – If you’re sure, type “ADVANCED”.
ADVANCED_CONFIRM_STRING – ADVANCED
CHOOSE_DIFF_CLASS – Ok, Choose A Different Class
CONTINUE_WITH_EVOKER – Continue with Evoker
Dracthyr Evokers start at Level 58 on the Forbidden Reach and gain abilities with quests, just like Death Knights and Demon Hunters. I personally think the intro is a great tutorial even for new players as you’re gradually introduced to new abilities, so don’t let the warning deter you from playing a Dracthyr Evoker!
You start with 4 abilities + Glide, so the intro experience doesn’t feel overwhelming and you should have a relatively good grasp of the class when you’re finished.