Fury Warrior Level 58 Boost Guide

Last updated on May 18, 2021 at 12:36 by Abide 1 comment

This guide was designed to help new and returning Fury Warriors with getting up to speed on how their class plays at Level 58 with the TBC talents and spells.

It is also an excellent first-read for players using the new TBCC Dark Portal Boost!

1.

Overview

In The Burning Crusade classic, Blizzard has added a feature where you can boost a character instantly to level 58. This guide aims to help you learn the basics of playing a Fury Warrior, since the greatly-expedited leveling process can leave you feeling a bit confused.

Fury is not the best leveling spec for Warrior, but it is still viable. The gear offered by the boost makes it difficult for this spec to perform well, so be prepared to eat food and heal often.

2.

Talents

This spec will be focused purely on leveling through questing. We grab all of the key talents and some very nice utility talents that the Fury tree offers in Burning Crusade.

3.

Resources

3.1.

Rage

Warriors use Rage as their primary resource. Rage is generated by damage dealt by auto attacks and most damage taken. Rage is required to use most of your abilities. Rage has a cap of 100, and any Rage gained beyond that is essentially wasted; make sure to use it before you are at 100.

4.

Important Abilities

In this section we will try to break down the basic abilities that you will want to focus on using. They will be separated into different sections, based on their uses, such as offense or defense.

4.1.

Stances

Warriors have different combat stances, essentially dictating the style of fighting they want to pursue. Some abilities can only be used in certain stances, making it important to understand each stance's purpose. Every time that you change stances, you will retain up to 10 Rage and lose all the rest, so make sure that you use as much Rage as possible before changing your stance.

  • Battle Stance IconBattle Stance — This is your main stance for solo gameplay. This is a well-balanced stance that allows you access to all of the abilities you need when leveling.
  • Defensive Stance IconDefensive Stance — Reduces damage dealt and damage taken by 10%, as well as increasing your threat generated by 30%. Use this when you are tanking for a group.
  • Berserker Stance IconBerserker Stance — Increases your chance to crit by 3%, as well as your damage taken by 10%. Use this only when you want to use the specific abilities that require this stance, as the increased damage taken is not worth the increased Critical Strike Chance.
4.2.

Offensive Abilities

  • Charge IconCharge is how you get into combat quickly. It requires Battle Stance IconBattle Stance.
  • Bloodthirst IconBloodthirst is your main damaging ability.
  • Overpower IconOverpower should be used if you ever have one of your attacks dodged while in Battle Stance IconBattle Stance.
  • Whirlwind IconWhirlwind should be used only when fighting multiple mobs or if you have very high Rage. It requires Berserker Stance IconBerserker Stance.
  • Execute IconExecute should be used to finish off any low health mobs.
  • Heroic Strike IconHeroic Strike should be used to dump excess Rage if you are close to the cap.
  • Cleave IconCleave should be used to dump excess Rage if you are close to the cap and fighting multiple mobs.
  • Battle Shout IconBattle Shout increases melee attack power of all nearby allies. Make sure to keep this buff up.
4.3.

Defensive Abilities

  • Demoralizing Shout IconDemoralizing Shout reduces nearby enemies' Physical melee damage dealt.
  • Thunder Clap IconThunder Clap reduces nearby enemies' attack speed.
  • Disarm IconDisarm removes the main hand weapon of an enemy, greatly reducing the damage they deal. It requires Defensive Stance IconDefensive Stance.
4.4.

Utility Abilities

  • Bloodrage IconBloodrage trades some health for Rage. Try to use this whenever you safely can.
  • Pummel IconPummel interrupts an enemy's spell cast.
  • Hamstring IconHamstring can be used to slow a mob to prevent it from escaping or to run away yourself.
  • Intercept IconIntercept allows you to charge an enemy in combat.
  • Berserker Rage IconBerserker Rage makes you immune to and removes all Fear and incapacitating effects. It requires Berserker Stance IconBerserker Stance.
  • Intimidating Shout IconIntimidating Shout fears up to 5 nearby enemies.
4.5.

Cooldowns

  • Sweeping Strikes IconSweeping Strikes is great for AoEing down multiple mobs at a time.
  • Shield Wall IconShield Wall reduces all damage taken greatly for 10 seconds. It requires a shield and Defensive Stance IconDefensive Stance to activate.
  • Retaliation IconRetaliation makes it so that each time you are attacked, you will retaliate and counter attack back. This spell is good when you pull a ton of mobs, but is rarely used outside of leveling. It requires Battle Stance IconBattle Stance to activate.
  • Recklessness IconRecklessness grants you 100% Critical Strike Chance on your attacks, but increases your damage taken by 20%. It is good for pushing out a ton of burst damage. It requires Berserker Stance IconBerserker Stance.
5.

Stats

  1. Hit Chance
  2. Strength/Attack Power
  3. Crit Chance
  4. Agility
  5. Stamina
6.

Changelog

  • 17 May 2021: Guide added.
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