Fury Warrior guide for patch 8.1.5 is ready! There are some significant changes which make battles with more than one target more successful for your character. Meet new talents and improved ones like Execute, Enrage and Rampage as the most important elements in the game now.
Find Fury Warrior Hidden Artifact: hidden effect and hidden appearance.
Learn about the main Fury Warrior Enchants.
Fury Warrior stat priority
Stat priority of improved Furry Warrior in patch 8.1.5 looks more complex (read challenging) than of any other class. Parts of it are still the same – Critical Strike, Haste, Mastery, Versatility and Strength, but take into account some particular moments in the scenario in order to optimize your battle at most.
The name of Warrior reflects its main drive – Haste. Fury Warrior DPS uses Haste as a source of energy and power. To get the biggest amount of haste your character possess such ability like hai. However, it’s recommended not to concentrate on this aspect because after all Haste is only a secondary stat priority.
Here is the table to keep in mind all the time.
- Strength is the number one priority of your WoW Fury Warrior. Find it in weapon, trinkets and plate armor. Strength launches hai that increases damage Warrior deals.
- Haste is number two. It works perfectly with cooldowns: reduces global cooldown, cooldown of such abilities like hai, hai and hai, cooldowns between auto-attack. At the same time Haste increases speed of hai and hai.
- hai enhances damage dealt while hai is working.
- Versatility increases damage given and decreases damage taken.
- Critical Strike does not provide Fury Warrior with extra damage from Rage but double damage. hai, hai – Azerite – enhances Critical Strike role as it takes the same place as Haste and Strength then. If you do not use this Azerite then Critical Strike takes its last place in this list.
Fury Warrior’s Strengths and Weaknesses
- Fury Warrior BfA is a multi-target specialization and this is its main strength.
- Add target swapping to this list.
- Fury Warriors are pretty versatile and have a high speed of movement plus high mobility.
- Switch from single-target to multi-target attacks.
- Deals strong AoE.
- A short and simple rotation of abilities.
- hai ability is diverse which makes gameplay a little more complicated
- Time to set hai is longer if hai is not active
Choosing Azerite Gear and traits as a fury warrior
Fury Warrior Azerite Traits are numerous which means we must be attentive while choosing. To make it easier and more comfortable they all are gathered into groups. The best ones are of Outer Ring which you will find below. However, no matter what ring you get order and value of Tiers is still the same.
S Tier traits are the strongest and have a wide list of being used. Get them whenever you have a chance.
A Tier traits is second priority. They can have less power in certain situations but most are of the same value as S Tier which makes them most wanted as well.
B Tier traits belong to third circle of rings. Use them when there is no opportunity to get any better traits.
C Tier traits and below are of the lowest value. You better avoid gathering them instead of wasting time and efforts.
Fury Warrior in Mythic+
Most of the battles at Mythic+ are with multiple targets with means multi-target rotation will be useful in every encounter. Keep in mind to control your cooldowns and save them. Use cooldowns when the battle is in full swing to increase the duration of damage burst. Do not launch cooldowns when the target is almost dead.
Learn the available abilities at each new level in the general table of Fury Warrior abilities and follow the scheme.
Take into account the new and remained Affixes.
- Tier 1: hai and hai;
- Tier 2: Raging, Teeming, Bursting, Bolstering and Sanguine;
- Tier 3: Volcanic, Grievous, Quaking, Explosive, Skittish and Necrotic;
- Seasonal (new) Affixes: Reaping.
Rotation, Cooldowns, and Abilities
Being both, single and multi-target Warrior, your character will have 2 types of rotation. Here is WoW Fury Warrior rotation for single target.
- hai – melee damage – when it’s available;
- hai when it’s not affected by hai after Dragon Rear to damage bonus from Rampage;
- hai active on cooldowns when not under hai effect;
- hai together with Sudden death or when below 20%;
- hai at 2 charges, for Rage;
- hai is filler number one;
- hai is filler number two;
- hai together with hai and Dragon Roar, as often as possible;
- hai on cooldowns.
Multi-target Fury rotation
- hai becomes a priority when buff is not active. For 2 stacks;
- hai like in single-target rotation;
- hai works as debuff for multiple targets;
- hai with hai
- hai and Dragon Roar like for single target rotation;
- hai for refreshing debuff.
Main cooldowns for Fury Warrior
Table of abilities according to level, Works for all types of difficulties.