TBC Classic Feral Druid DPS Enchants and Consumables

Last updated on May 02, 2022 at 01:04 by Seksixeny 1 comment

On this page, we list the best enchants, flasks, potions, and food you can get for your Feral Druid DPS in TBC Classic for PvE content.


Best Enchants for Feral DPS Druids

Slot Enchantment
Head Glyph of Ferocity Icon Glyph of Ferocity
Back Enchant Cloak - Greater Agility IconEnchant Cloak - Greater Agility
Chest Enchant Chest - Exceptional Stats IconEnchant Chest - Exceptional Stats
Wrists Enchant Bracer - Brawn IconEnchant Bracer - Brawn
Hands Enchant Gloves - Superior Agility IconEnchant Gloves - Superior Agility
Legs Nethercobra Leg Armor Icon Nethercobra Leg Armor or Cobrahide Leg Armor Icon Cobrahide Leg Armor (cheaper)
Feet Enchant Boots - Cat's Swiftness IconEnchant Boots - Cat's Swiftness
Weapon Enchant 2H Weapon - Major Agility IconEnchant 2H Weapon - Major Agility
Rings Enchant Ring - Stats IconEnchant Ring - Stats or Enchant Ring - Striking Icon Enchant Ring - Striking (before stats are available)

Best Gems for Feral DPS Druids

Because of the different stat values, as discussed in our stats page, the value of each gem varies, depending on the stats they provide.

The red gems are usually the most valuable, granting a lot of Agility. Blue gems have Stamina and Yellow gems have Hit. Typically the value of just stacking red gems is such that you will want to ignore socket bonuses, unless you can get them with one split gem and they offer a strong stat such as bonus spell damage.


TBC Feral DPS Druid Meta Gem

Usually you will not use a meta gem head, as Wolfshead Helm Icon Wolfshead Helm is just too good to pass on, but if you do it should be the Relentless Earthstorm Diamond Icon Relentless Earthstorm Diamond.


TBC Feral DPS Druid Red Gem Sockets

The Delicate Crimson Spinel Icon Delicate Crimson Spinel is the main gem that you should be putting into your gear, regardless of socket color in most cases.


TBC Feral DPS Druid Blue Gem Sockets

Shifting Shadowsong Amethyst Icon Shifting Shadowsong Amethyst is the best blue gem, but you will hopefully not have to put any blue gems into your gear due to using no meta socket.


TBC Feral DPS Druid Yellow Gem Sockets

Glinting Pyrestone Icon Glinting Pyrestone is the best yellow gem. Use it on yellow sockets with good bonuses.


TBC Classic Feral DPS Druid Complete Consumable List


TBC Classic Feral DPS Flasks

Flask of Relentless Assault Icon Flask of Relentless Assault is the recommended flask for Feral DPS. Although weaker than using elixirs, it is a good option during progress on hard bosses because it does not get removed on death.


TBC Classic Feral DPS Elixirs

Elixir of Demonslaying Icon Elixir of Demonslaying is the best Battle Elixir against demons. Elixir of Major Agility Icon Elixir of Major Agility is the best Battle Elixir against everything else. Elixir of Major Mageblood Icon Elixir of Major Mageblood is the best Guardian elixir for long fights, and Elixir of Draenic Wisdom Icon Elixir of Draenic Wisdom is ideal on short fights.


TBC Classic Feral DPS Druid Food Buff

Warp Burger Icon Warp Burger and Grilled Mudfish Icon Grilled Mudfish are the best foods available.


TBC Classic Feral DPS Druid Potions

Fel Mana Potion Icon Fel Mana Potion and Haste Potion Icon Haste Potion are the best DPS potions, as the debuff from the Fel Mana potion is irrelevant for Cat Druids.


TBC Classic Feral DPS Weightstone

Adamantite Weightstone Icon Adamantite Weightstone should be applied to your weapon at all times, as it provides a very strong stat boost and weapon damage increase, which applies to the Druid forms hidden weapons.


Other TBC Classic Feral DPS Druid Consumables

  • Drums of Battle Icon Drums of Battle gives Spell Haste to yourself and your party, as long as they are nearby. Make sure to use this on cooldown if you are a Leatherworker!
  • Stratholme Holy Water Icon Stratholme Holy Waters are great for killing packs of undead mobs, such as the skeletons on Nightbane.
  • Dark Rune Icon Dark Rune and Demonic Rune Icon Demonic Rune are farmed in WoW Classic content and serve as extra Mana potions.
  • Flintweed Seed Icon Flintweed Seeds and Wild Quillvine Icon Wild Quillvine are needed to cast Rebirth IconRebirth and Gift of the Wild IconGift of the Wild, make sure you always have some!
  • Engineering explosives such as Super Sapper Charge Icon Super Sapper Charge can be helpful to clear trash packs quickly, but unfortunately can only be used by Engineers.
  • Heavy Netherweave Bandage Icon Heavy Netherweave Bandages are great for keeping your Mana regeneration going while doing some Mana-free healing.
  • Nightmare Seed Icon Nightmare Seeds serve as a 30-second health increase, which can be useful to stay alive in high damage situations.
  • Flame Cap Icon Flame Cap provides a small damage increase.
  • Protection potions such as Major Shadow Protection Potion Icon Major Shadow Protection Potion are crucial to survive the high magical damage of certain encounters, and can also be great in PvP if you have the right potion for the enemy you are facing.
  • Free Action Potion Icon Free Action Potions make you immune to stun and movement impairing effects for 30 seconds, but do not remove effects already on you. These are amazing in PvP and can also be used to preempt dangerous stuns in PvE.
  • Living Action Potion Icon Living Action Potions make you immune to stun and movement impairing effects for 5 seconds, while also removing any such effects already present on you. This can be of great use in PvP and against dangerous PvE stuns.
  • Invisibility Potion Icon Invisibility Potion and Lesser Invisibility Potion Icon Lesser Invisibility Potion make you invisible for a while, making them great for skipping any especially hard parts of a Heroic dungeon.
  • Swiftness Potion Icon Swiftness Potion increases your movement speed by 50% for 15 seconds. These can occasionally be useful in both PvP and PvE situations.
  • Scroll of Agility V Icon Scroll of Agility V and similar can be used alongside other consumables for a small extra boost.


  • 02 May 2022: Updated for Phase 5.
  • 14 Jan. 2022: Updated for Phase 3.
  • 27 May 2021: Guide added.
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