TBC Classic Fury Warrior Spec, Builds, and Talents

Last updated on May 26, 2021 at 10:39 by Abide 5 comments

On this page, you will find out the best PvE talent choices and builds for your Fury Warrior in TBC Classic.

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Fury Warrior Talent Builds for PvE

Fury Warrior talent builds are typically very precise, as you need to get specific talents in multiple different trees.

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Leveling Builds

If you are looking for leveling builds, please refer to our leveling guide for Warriors.

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Fury Warrior Raiding Talent Build

This is the standard Fury Warrior build. While there can be some difference between the filler points, the core build is the same. Precision IconPrecision points can be removed if you have very high Hit Rating from gear already. Instead you can put points into Improved Execute IconImproved Execute and Improved Whirlwind IconImproved Whirlwind.

2.1.

Alternative Fury Warrior Talents and Builds

Fury Warrior has a couple of options regarding its spec. While the standard spec shown above will perform the best overall, there are a few noteworthy specs that can shine well in certain situations or in lower gear levels.

2.2.

Death Wish Alternative

This spec takes Death Wish IconDeath Wish instead of Rampage IconRampage and Precision IconPrecision. While this build will be outperformed by the main build shown above in the long run, with Death Wish you can burst much harder in a small window, making this build viable for specific speed kills.

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Weapon Specialization Alternative

This spec is similar to the Death Wish version above, except it now gives up Improved Berserker Stance IconImproved Berserker Stance for Poleaxe Specialization IconPoleaxe Specialization, or whichever weapon you are using. This spec may be be useful in low gear if you can make up for the Hit loss from Precision IconPrecision.

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Notable Talents for Fury Warriors

Here we go over some of the key talents that you will want to have if specializing in Fury.

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Arms Tree

  • While Thunder Clap IconThunder Clap is not part of your normal rotation, having the improved version is nice for utility, especially when paired with a non-Warrior tank.
  • Impale IconImpale offers a nice DPS increase on your critical strikes.
3.2.

Fury Tree

  • Improved Demoralizing Shout IconImproved Demoralizing Shout may need to be taken if no other Warrior has it in your raid.
  • Sweeping Strikes IconSweeping Strikes is very good for cleaving and AoEing.
  • The points invested in Precision IconPrecision can be removed from this depending on your gear level, and placed in other talents such as Improved Execute IconImproved Execute.
  • Improved Berserker Stance IconImproved Berserker Stance increases your Attack Power by 10% and reduces threat generated by an additional 10% while in Berserker Stance IconBerserker Stance, both things a Fury Warrior needs badly.
  • Rampage IconRampage gives you a 50 Attack Power increase, stacking up to 5 times. It is a nice little raw Attack Power boost.
3.3.

Protection Tree

There are no noteworthy Arms Warrior PvE talents found in the Protection tree.

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Changelog

  • 26 May 2021: Guide added.
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