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I dont know whether anyone is using those leveling classguides and you want to keep them updated. If someone does we should really recommend him or her to use Protection instead of any other spec. When questing you are about 20 - 30% higher in dmg and your shield slam is one hitting in leveling gear at least up to level 40. Normal mobs never got me a third hit untill now.

In dungeons played as damagedealer in tankspec you are about 10% higher then both damagespecs - as a tank you are using revenge nearly without anything between because you are likely to parry again and again starting from groups of 3 adds hitting melee. (Remember to glyph it asap Posted Image )

I am at level 54 now. Never visited any dungeon in tankspec doing less then 65% of overall damage. closest behind is warriordd but even in leveling gear it is far far behind.

I dont want to make it a self-adulation. Its just only my own experience I can present Posted Image

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Ur god damn right, i run leveling my Warrior for a Week by now and he hit`s Level 73, only played as Tank until now.

A LFD Invite shows much more earlier up & with the LvL Gear ur still at 70 able to 1 Hit the most Mobs.

Unfortunately Blizz reduced the AP Bonus on SS by 50% but ... still hits like a truck Posted Image

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Also all links to the talent calculator, on all the classes don't seem to work, on the leveling and raiding guides.

I have always leveled as fury, after titans grip. Currently level 86 in mount hyjal I could generally fight seven mob packs in questing gear, you nearly vari die getting the first mob down and then by the time you kill off the pack impending victory has you back in 80% + health, same level elites varied more, but i did fury tank the lost city of voljir with a there person group, which was a lot of fun. I have never played prot much, but have always found fury to be ridiculously fun to play, and past level sixty levels comparably to other classes, ino.

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Just wanted to let you know that under the chose these talents and glyphs you have the victory rush glyph with Impending Victory. They don't work together. 

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Just wanted to let you know that under the chose these talents and glyphs you have the victory rush glyph with Impending Victory. They don't work together. 

It seems that nobody reads this thread. The combination of glyph of victory rush and Impending Victory is still useless. Please change the recommendations accordingly. Thanks.

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You used to do a levelling guide for 1-85, where did that go?

do you REALLY need a guide on how to level between these ranges? If so im sure there are other sites but 1-85 is at most 2 days if you dedicate your weekend, maybe a week if casual. u could do these ranges with no glyphs, no gems, and no enchants and not notice a difference the way stats are now. Just my honest opinion.

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Why does the Fury levelling build pick both the Impending Victory talent and the Glyph of Victory Rush? They are incompatible. Seems like either a talent pick or a glyph slot is being wasted. 

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Thanks guys. Sorry about that. The Glyph of Victory Rush issue should be fixed now.

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I will say I have played since pre BC and if I can level as protection spec I do! that goes for any class imo. But leveling prot spec with a warrior pre BC was like suicide lol it was a rough road. I am usually one of top damage doers in an instance. One of these days they will fix the whole game (holding hope) because in reality there is no reason tanks should be at the top damage wise but until then we can all be superheros lol. Just my 2 cents 

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I found it's way easier and convenient to level as arms, even with all artefact power saved for fury. Victory rush+second wind between packs kept me at near 100% most of the times, compared to fury which has really bad self heal. I'm wondering why would they remove victory rush from fury. 

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Currently i am leveling as protection warrior and it's going great! I tried arms and fury but both seem kind of harder to level with as they lack self healing. Also if you plan on tanking anyway I can definitely recommend just leveling as Protection as you have amazing defense and you can solo all the rares easy if you take [Impending Victory] talent in tier 30 for nice self healing.

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On 9/2/2016 at 11:54 PM, Guest Elixira said:

Currently i am leveling as protection warrior and it's going great! I tried arms and fury but both seem kind of harder to level with as they lack self healing. Also if you plan on tanking anyway I can definitely recommend just leveling as Protection as you have amazing defense and you can solo all the rares easy if you take [Impending Victory] talent in tier 30 for nice self healing.

Yeah defence is harder to break, so it's safer choice, however I disagree with self healing, with victory rush+second wind, arms dominates in terms of self healing and quickly downing mobs. 

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I would recommend everyone to make themselves fighter chow food for leveling. It increases your out of combat healing by 1000%. It pretty much heals you faster then sitting down to eat. You can aoe down a group of mobs and 3 seconds later be ready for the next group. 

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Just now, Guest lever said:

I would recommend everyone to make themselves fighter chow food for leveling. It increases your out of combat healing by 1000%. It pretty much heals you faster then sitting down to eat. You can aoe down a group of mobs and 3 seconds later be ready for the next group. 

A good suggestion for sure!

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On 1/18/2017 at 0:23 PM, jimmyvaid said:

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