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Fury Warrior Overview
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Rotation & Abilities
Macros & Addons
Changes in 7.1.5
Mostly minor tuning changes,
changes are the most gameplay impacting changes.
Secondary stat changes
Ability damage increased by 5%
Roar explosively, dealing (162% of Attack power) damage to all enemies within 8 yards and increasing all damage you deal by 20%16% for 6 sec. Dragon Roar ignores all armor and always critically strikes.
Bloodthirst has a 40%60% increased critical strike chance against targets above 80% health.
When you reach 100 Rage, your damage is increased by 10%15% and your movement speed by 30% for 6 sec.
Berserker Rage now causes Enrage, and its cooldown is reduced by 15 sec.
Battle Cry lasts 2 sec longer and generates 100 Rage.
Sends a wave of force in a frontal cone, causing (47.5% of Attack power) damage and stunning all enemies within 10 yards for 43 sec. Cooldown reduced by 20 sec if it strikes at least 3 targets.
Killing a target grants you 30% Haste and 30% movement speed for 1015 sec.
Your attacks have a chance to make your next Whirlwind deal 200%250% increased damage.
Increases your damage done by 5% at the cost of 10% of your health. Stacks up to 515 times.
Cooldown changed from None to 10 sec cooldown
What makes Fury Warriors special?
Fury Warriors are raging berserkers who wear their battle scars proudly, attacking their foes with a relentless flurry of attacks which further fuels their rage and heals their wounds, keeping them in the fight from start to finish. With heavy plate armor and dual-wielding two-handed weapons, these juggernauts specialize in battlefield mobility and executing weakened foes, giving up consideration for their own well-being and focus on the enemy's destruction at all costs in a reckless race to the death. The Fury Warriors defining ability is
Fury Warriors use rage to fuel their attacks, which is generated by dealing direct damage with auto-attacks and some special abilities. Rage can either be used to unleash a rapid series of attacks with
, which activates
, dramatically increasing their attack speed, or to
Fury Warriors have strong mobility in the form of
, allowing them to quickly close with and engage the enemy.
Fury Warriors are able to deal powerful instantaneous fire damage with
, and their
to hit multiple targets.
Fury Warriors specialize in self-healing with
, and have only one personal defensive cooldown in the form of
which further increases their healing capabilities. They're also able to use the group-wide defensive cooldown
Warswords of the Valarjar
serve as Fury's armaments, twin blades both blessed by the Titanic Watcher Odyn and cursed by the Fallen Val'kyr Helya.
Fury Warriors are versatile, moving quickly to cause carnage across the battlefield, while seamlessly transitioning between single and multi-target attacks; they sense death, become increasingly powerful during the Execute phase, with each attack dealing more damage than until the target is defeated.
Every race can play a Warrior.
Warriors can equip all weapons, although Fury Warrior abilities require two-handed weapons.
Iconic Fury Warrior abilities:
Mastery: Unshackled Fury
: Increases damage done while Enraged, starting at 11%.
Not sure what race to play? Below is a breakdown of each race for this spec among players with updated
. Data is updated once per week.
Warriors have several vanity effects including
Glyph of Burning Anger
Glyph of the Blazing Trail
to burst into flames, and
Glyph of Hawk Feast
to summon crows.
They can equip the legendary weapons
Sulfuras, Hand of Ragnaros
Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker
Warglaive of Azzinoth
Thori'dal, the Stars' Fury
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