Feral Druid DPS Uldir Raid Guide — Battle for Azeroth (BfA) 8.3
On this page, you will find tips, tricks, and strategies tailored to your Feral Druid for each boss of the following raid: Uldir. All our content is updated for World of Warcraft — Battle for Azeroth (BfA) 8.3.
This page is currently outdated and has preliminary talent recommendations. This will be changed when new information is gathered over the course of the following weeks as new information comes through with the changes.
Feral Druid in Uldir
Feral Druid is currently limited in some encounters due to tuning, but many fights lean into specific talents such as Predator that grant surges of Energy. Many encounters also provide additional targets to roll Bleed effects on, so within Uldir Feral may be better than is currently perceived.
Bear in mind that the majority of talent selections presented below will follow a similar pattern to the Talent page. Notes will be made based on fight archetypes that allow you to capitalize on some of the specific Feral mechanics.
Taloc has a dichotomy between single target and cleave, so there is a good amount of flexibility available in the tree. Your choice will lean toward what you find most necessary.
M.O.T.H.E.R. has a number of nuances to the encounter that requires you to not only deal damage to your primary target, but also to groups of adds that spawn. This ends with a high damage burst in the final phase.
Fetid Devourer is predominantly a single target fight, so you should select talents that focus on this. However, there are some small adds that need to die, which can assist some talents.
Zek'voz, Herald of N'Zoth
Zek'voz has a number of damage profiles baked into one much like M.O.T.H.E.R. and as such your choices are going to be decided based on what your group needs. You have the flexibility to assist multiple targets using your spread DoT effects, and can also talent into burst options if absolutely necessary.
Vectis is predominantly single target with some intermittent add spawns, and also has forced downtime, so you should opt into talents that are oriented toward this.
- Predator can be used if you are applying bleeds to the adds spawned by Gestate, allowing for additional Energy flow.
Zul is an encounter that has single target, cleave, AoE, and priority burn phases so can tailor your build based upon what you want to focus on the most. Many phases allow you to funnel benefits from other talents into each other, and Feral has a good number of ways to capitalise upon this.
Mythrax the Unraveler
Mythrax is largely single target oriented, with small portions of cleave and AoE during the intermission. You should ideally be focusing on multi DoT effects in between prioritising single target damage dealt to the boss.
G'huun has a whole lot of adds throughout the encounter, alongside some short windows of increased damage dealt, and damage taken by the boss. This leans heavily into flexible talents that allow you to capitalise on cleave and targets dying.
- 24 Jun. 2019: This page has been reviewed for the release of Patch 8.2 and no changes are necessary.
- 10 Dec. 2018: Updated for patch 8.1 with disclaimer about information being unclear currently.
- 04 Sep. 2018: Updated for preliminary Uldir release.
- 11 Aug. 2018: Page created (empty for now) in preparation for the eventual Uldir release.
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