Feral Druid DPS Gems, Enchants, and Consumables — Dragonflight 10.0.7
On this page, we list the best gems, enchants, flasks, potions, and food you can get for your Feral Druid, based on your stat priority. We also give budget alternatives. This page is updated for World of Warcraft — Dragonflight 10.0.7.
If you were looking for WotLK Classic content, please refer to our WotLK Classic Feral DPS Druid gems and enchants.
Enchants, Gems and Consumables for Feral Druid
This section specifically covers your character's optimal gems, enchants, food, and phials. To get a more detailed rundown of the different stats for Feral Druid, please visit our dedicated Stats page.
For all consumables excluding food in the lists below, you should utilize lower ranks of the same rank 3 options listed if you are looking for a cheaper alternative. The price difference is often significant for a small loss in stats gained.
Best Gems for Feral Druid
Due to secondary stat diminishing returns, your gems may fluctuate slightly depending on what is currently present on your gear, so keep this in mind.
You should make sure to have one Inscribed Illimited Diamond as your single unique Primalist gem. To fill the rest of the slots, you will want Sensei's Alexstraszite or Sensei's Neltharite in all other slots.
Primordial Stones for Feral Druid
The Onyx Annulet added in Patch 10.0.7 contains 3 unique Primordial Stone gem slots, allowing you to equip up to 3 different proc effects. For Feral, in purely single-target situations this is the strongest choice available, narrowly beating out Mythic Crit/Mastery rings available from Season 1. For AoE scenarios however, it falls further behind, and is roughly equivalent to a 408 Item Level ring with secondary stats, even when using multi-target stones. Due to us primarily focusing on DPS, the ideal throughput gems for each scenario are as follows:
The ring in single-target revolves around a small feedback loop built into Prophetic Twilight Stone and Desirous Blood Stone. This counts as both a healing and damage effect allowing for additional back-to-back procs when either trigger. The Freezing Ice Stone is taken alongside because it simply deals the most individual damage of any stone. Uniquely, Feral can also use this as a proc mechanism for Seal of Diurna's Chosen by using Flame Licked Stone as its third choice here, if you do not want to use Flaring Cowl.
- Desirous Blood Stone
- Prophetic Twilight Stone
- Storm Infused Stone (2-4 Target) / Pestilent Plague Stone (5+ Target)*
Similarly in AoE the feedback loop is strong here too, emphasizing the strongest gem at a given target count. You can, however, opt out of the combo and simply take both AoE gems to diversify damage, and pair them with Freezing Ice Stone to round it out.
To find out how to obtain the Onyx Annulet, and the Primordial Gemstones to use with it, check out our dedicated guide for it below.
Best Enchants for Feral Druid
While at lower gear levels and in some AoE situations Enchant Weapon - Frozen Devotion can be competitive, Enchant Weapon - Sophic Devotion provides the most consistent bonus so is always the preferred pick.
Cloak, Bracer, and Boot enchants are personal preferences as they have no direct impact on performance, but we recommend Avoidance and Stamina for the extra survivability.
Consumables for Feral Druid
Best Phials and Potions for Feral
Currently, there are 3 options available based on the situation worth considering for different reasons:
- Iced Phial of Corrupting Rage — this is generally the strongest option available, giving a large amount of bonus Critical Strike. The downside, however, can be quite dangerous and reduce its uptime, so be wary of using this if you are uncomfortable in an encounter.
- Phial of Elemental Chaos — the more reliable option for situations where you are worried about damage intake but still want some performance gain.
- Phial of Tepid Versatility — numerically weaker than other choices but provides a consistent stat boost and some bonus survival, with the bonus of being very cheap.
Elemental Potion of Ultimate Power (or the cheaper Elemental Potion of Power variant) is your recommended potion in all situations. These potions can also be obtained from a Potion Cauldron of Ultimate Power/ Potion Cauldron of Power, so long as you have five Primal Chaos to convert into potions.
Potion of Shocking Disclosure has some niche benefits for mass AoE situations in Mythic+ if you do not want to pay the high price for other potions but is generally weaker.
Refreshing Healing Potion is the healing potion of choice. Using this has a 5-minute cooldown, but multiple can be consumed in an extended boss fight should it go on long enough. You can also use Potion of Withering Vitality in emergencies, but be wary of how much damage it deals after being used.
Additionally, Warlock's Healthstones do not share a cooldown with other healing consumables. Remember to use it as well if you are holding one!
Lastly, Alchemy has some more niche potions that can be used even if you are dead. Keeping some Residual Neural Channeling Agent handy in case you need to wait for a battle resurrection can be useful to still get value out of your potion cooldown should you die early.
Best Food for Feral
Whenever possible, if a feast is available, use the one provided in your group ( Grand Banquet of the Kalu'ak, for example). Alternatively, for personal food, Fated Fortune Cookie or Thousandbone Tongueslicer should be used.
Weapon Enhancement Consumables for Feral Druid
Your weapon enhancement consumable of choice is Buzzing Rune for the additional Critical Strike.
Augment Runes for Feral
In addition, if you can afford it, you should use Draconic Augment Runes to increase your primary stat. Since there is a finite amount of the consumable runes available, you should make sure to use them wisely and to stock up on them for when you need them.
- 24 Mar. 2023: Updated for Primordial Stones hotfixes.
- 22 Mar. 2023: Updated to account for Primordial Stones hotfix.
- 20 Mar. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.0.7.
- 24 Jan. 2023: Reviewed and updated for Patch 10.0.5.
- 11 Dec. 2022: Reviewed for Dragonflight Season 1.
- 28 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight launch.
- 25 Oct. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight pre-patch.
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