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Fury Warrior DPS Guide (Legion 7.0.3)

Last updated Today at 08:24 by Wordup 23 comments

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General Information

Welcome to our Fury Warrior DPS guide for World of Warcraft Legion 7.0.3. Here, you will learn everything you need to know about playing a Fury Warrior in a raid environment, although most of the content also applies to normal and heroic dungeons.

About Our Author and Reviewer

This guide has been written by Wordup, a frequent theorycrafter involved in a number of class communities. He is also an experienced player who has been in the world top 100 since the days of Sunwell, currently raiding in Echoes. You can also follow him on Twitter.

This guide has been reviewed and approved by Archimitros, one of the best DPS Warriors in the world, who raids in Infinity. You can follow him on Twitter.

1. Class Overview

Coming into Legion, Fury has seen some quality of life changes to bring it up to speed and attempt to get away from some of the more limiting factors of the past, whilst still maintaining that core focus on Enrage Icon Enrage. Boasting very strong sustained damage with frequent burst windows and a robust toolkit through talents allowing you to tailor your output for different situations, it is a very powerful and very versatile Melee Specialization.

2. What has Changed?

  • Rage is now used predominantly to fuel Rampage Icon Rampage instead of being used as a limiting resource for most offensive abilities.
  • Enrage Icon Enrage now only lasts for 4 seconds, but grants a 100% increase to Attack Speed for the duration.
  • Raging Blow Icon Raging Blow is no longer limited by Enrage Icon Enrage activations, and can be used as many times as you wish whilst Enrage Icon Enraged.
  • Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind is now free so AoE is significantly less limited.
  • Meat Cleaver Icon Meat Cleaver now affects Rampage Icon Rampage and Bloodthirst Icon Bloodthirst.
  • Recklessness has been replaced with Battle Cry Icon Battle Cry on a much lower cooldown.

3. Strengths

  • Very high, frequent bursts of high damage.
  • Frequently available cooldown that has a large impact on output.
  • Can switch targets without any major downsides.
  • Cleave (5 or less targets) very strong due to Meat Cleaver Icon Meat Cleaver.

4. Weaknesses

  • Can often be hindered by bad proc chains limiting Enrage Icon Enrage.
  • Large scale AoE limited by talents.

5. Viability in the Current Patch

Fury in Hellfire Citadel performs fantastically, acting as a great jack of all trades, having tools to deal with a variety of different encounter types due to its vast array of tools. Compared to Arms, Fury is far and away the superior choice for fights within the raid, as talents can augment the few weak spots the spec can suffer from.

6. Contents

To make it easy to navigate the guide, we have split it into 8 pages:

7. ChangeLog

  • 19 Jul. 2016: Updated for the Legion pre-patch.
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