World of Warcraft: Dragonflight
(Video) BEST FURY Warrior Talent BUILDS WoW Dragonflight Pre Patch
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- What’s New With Talent Trees In WoW: Dragonflight?
- Dragonflight Warrior Class Talent Build
- Dragonflight Fury Warrior Talent Build
World of Warcraft players have been asking for new talent trees for ages but, for whatever reason, Blizzard thought it would be best to keep things simplistic for the past few expansions. Luckily, all of that finally changes in Dragonflight. The new talent trees coming with the latest WoW expansion are easily the best we’ve seen in years and will completely change the way you look at your favorite classes moving forward.
Chances are you’ll end up loving the new talent trees, but if you’ve been away from World of Warcraft for a while, you may find them a bit overwhelming at first. Don’t worry, though, because we’ve put together a series of helpful guides to get you up to speed. This particular one is all about Fury Warriors.
What’s New With Talent Trees In WoW: Dragonflight?
Talents in Dragonflight work a bit differently compared to previous expansions. For one, you’ll now have two talent trees at your disposal: the class tree and the spec tree. In this particular case, you’re looking at the Warrior tree, which is almost identical across all specs, and the Fury tree, which contains a lot of the talents and abilities you’ll need to make the most out of this specialization.
At max level, you’ll get 31 talent points to spend on the Warrior tree and 30 to spend on the Fury tree. However, there are many more talents to choose from. You could take the easy way out and go with the new “Starter Build” option if you don’t want to waste a bunch of time distributing your talent points. However, we recommend taking the time to set up your builds manually because it will help you a lot in the long run. Down below we have some suggestions to help you get started with that.
Dragonflight Warrior Class Talent Build
The Warrior tree contains a lot of useful utility abilities along with some pretty important DPS talents. You’ll want to grab a nice mix of both while making sure not to skip any key talents designed specifically for Fury Warriors. You can spice things up by picking talents normally associated with Arms Warriors or even Protection Warriors. However, you’ll get much farther by sticking to a simple Fury build than trying to become a jack-of-all-trades.
Row 1: There are two talents up for grabs on this first row, but you’ll only need Berserker Stance since you’re not going to use Defensive Stance as a Fury Warrior.
Row 2: War Machine helps with our Rage generation while Berserker Rage is a nice utility ability that can get you out of a lot of jams. Everything else on this row can be skipped.
Row 3: On the third row you’ll have a choice between Berserker Shout and Piercing Howl. You’ll definitely want Berserker Shout for group content, but Piercing Howl could be a better pick in some instances. We’re going with Berserker Shout for this build while also grabbing Spell Reflection and Leeching Strikes from this row.
Row 4: Intimidating Shout isn’t a great talent outside PvP, so we’re skipping it along with Thunder Clap. We’re continuing to focus on Rage generation, so Frothing Berserker is an automatic pick while Furious Blows is great for our other main focus: auto-attacks. Finally, we’re also grabbing Heroic Leap just because it’s such a great utility talent.
Row 5: Slam is a pretty important ability for this build, so you’ll want to go with Crushing Force Rank 2 and make sure to also get Overwhelming Rage Rank 2 to increase your available Rage by no less than 30%. The only other talents we’re going to pick here are Sidearm and Pain and Gain. Pain and Gain provides us with some pretty nice healing, but you can skip it in favor of Impending Victory from the second row if you want a more active healing talent.
Row 6: On this row, we’re grabbing every talent except for the ones that improve Thunder Clap. Reinforced Plates gives us a significant boost to our armor, Bounding Stride improves Heroic Leap and Barbaric Training boosts our DPS by no small amount. In other words, all very good talents that shouldn’t be skipped.
Row 7: Bitter Immunity is a must-have for healing regardless of whether you picked Pain and Gain or Impending Victory earlier. Then, you’ll want to grab Seismic Reverberation because you’ll be using Whirlwind a lot with this build. Finally, Double Time isn’t a great talent outside of a few very specific scenarios, but we’re getting it anyway just so we can unlock Dual Wield Specialization on the next row.
Row 8: As a Fury Warrior you’re using two weapons so Dual Wield Specialization is a no-brainer. Next up, you’ll want Armored to the Teeth, which synergizes really well With Reinforced Plates. The other two talents we want from this row are Wild Strikes Rank 2 and Cruel Strikes Rank 1. In some situations, it might be worth skipping Dual Talent Specialization in order to get Cruel Strikes Rank 2 if you want more damage with Execute at the cost of dealing a bit less damage with all your other abilities.
Row 9: Avatar and Thunderous Roar are two amazing abilities for Fury Warriors, so you’ll want to grab them both. Spear of Bastion is a pretty good ability too, but it’s a bit gimmicky so we decided to skip it in this build.
Row 10: We only have two points remaining for the last row and we’re going to spend them on Thunderous Words, which improves Thunderous Roar, and Titan’s Torment. If you like Recklessness more than Odyn’s Fury you can go with Berserker’s Torment instead of Titan’s Torment because it works the same. However, Recklessness has a longer cooldown, so you won’t be able to benefit from the passive quite as often.
Dragonflight Fury Warrior Talent Build
The Fury tree is exactly what you would expect. Here’s where you’ll find most of the talents that will transform you into a lean, mean, killing machine in both PvE and PvP. For this particular build, we’re focusing primarily on single-target damage by improving abilities like Execute and Bloodthirst, as well as our auto-attacks and Rage generation. That said, we’re also going to be improving Whirlwind as much as possible since we want a bit of AoE as well.
Row 1: We don’t have to make any difficult choices on this first row since Bloodthirst is the only talent available here.
Row 2: Similarly, the second row contains a single talent: Raging Blow.
Row 3: Yet another easy row. Improved Enrage, Enraged Regeneration, and Execute are must-have talents for Fury Warriors, so you’ll want to grab all of them.
Row 4: All the talents on this row are good in their own right, but we need to conserve some of our points for later so we’re just sticking with Fresh Meat, Invigorating Fury, and Sudden Death. The other three talents can be skipped since they only provide minor bonuses.
Row 5: Focus in Chaos is a useful talent to have since this build relies quite a bit on auto-attacks. Cruelty is also a must-have talent for similar reasons while Rampage gives us a reliable way of activating Enrage along with some nice extra DPS, so what’s not to love?
Row 6: Next up we’re mainly focusing on improving some of our core spells. To that end, you’ll want to pick up Improved Whirlwind, Ashen Juggernaut, and Cold Steel, Hot Blood. The only other talent you’ll want from this row is Slaughtering Strikes, which will become particularly useful once you unlock Annihilator.
Row 7: On this row, you can improve Whirlwind and Execute even further with Meat Cleaver and Massacre, respectively. Recklessness is a core ability for Fury Warriors, so you definitely don’t want to miss out on that either. Since you probably won’t be using single-handed weapons, you can safely skip Frenzied Flurry and just grab Bloodborne and Bloodcraze instead.
Row 8: The final three rows are pretty straightforward. We’re done with the right side of the Warrior tree so all that’s left here is to grab Deft Experience Rank 2 and Swift Strikes Rank 2.
Row 9: Storm of Swords and Odyn’s Fury are automatic picks not just because they’re good talents but also because they unlock two important capstones. And then for the last talent on this row you have a choice between Reckless Abandon and Anger Management. Reckless Abandon is way better at the moment so we recommend sticking with that one.
Row 10: Annihilator is an easy choice to make on the final row and then we have two more points left to spend here. Dancing Blades and Titanic Rage are both fantastic but they’re mutually exclusive, so we can’t get them both. Titanic Rage gives us more benefits than Dancing Blades so we’re sticking with that one for this build. The last talent is a bit of a coin toss. We went with Depths of Insanity, but Unbridled Ferocity is not a bad pick either so feel free to go with the one you like best.
As always, PvP talents are a matter of personal preference but with this build, we recommend going with any combination of Bloodrage, Death Sentence, Disarm, Warbringer, and Death Wish.
Stay tuned for more Dragonflight content in the days and weeks to come. In the meantime, make sure to check out our Dragonflight pre-patch survival guide to get up to speed with all the other changes coming with the new WoW expansion.
What is the best stat for fury warrior? ›
- Critical Strike;
You got rid of Ignore Pain but Defensive Stance still nerfed. Our only true defensive ability is die by the sword which is easily mitigated.What is the best DPS warrior spec? ›
For Classic end-game content, Fury is the best spec for DPS Warriors. They will either use a slow 2H weapon with a Slam build or use two 1H weapons with high DPS as Dual-Wield Fury.Is Fury Warrior DPS or tank? ›
First off, few talent trees are so thoroughly dominated by their 51 point talent as fury is by Titan's Grip. If you are a fury warrior, you're taking Titan's Grip: there's no reason to do so otherwise, even with repeated nerfs the talent is always a DPS increase over any other possible fury build.What professions should a fury warrior have? ›
- Blacksmithing. Blacksmiths can add 2 extra gem sockets to their gear — 1 on wrists, and 1 on hands. ...
- Tailoring. As a Tailor, you gain access to the. ...
- Inscription. ...
- Enchanting. ...
- Leatherworking. ...
- Alchemy. ...