Fury Warrior Dragonflight Leveling Guide From 1 to 70 (Dragonflight 10.0.2)
When leveling up, you should always choose the piece of loot with the highest item level. The only exception to this rule is if you have a Ring or Necklace with a slightly lower item level, but 2 secondary stats on it instead of 1.
Level by Level Rotation and Talents
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Fury Warrior Talents while leveling
Talents are something that will give you options to optimize your character and change how some of the abilities work.
Your first talent point unlocks at Level 10.
Your talent set up should be as follows:
- Level 10: War Machine for mobility.
- Level 11: Bloodthirst as your main attack.
- Level 12: Fast Footwork for mobility.
- Level 13: Raging Blow as a secondary attack.
- Level 14: Heroic Leap for mobility.
- Level 15: Improved Enrage to greatly speed up the rotation.
- Level 16: Leeching Strikes for survivability.
- Level 17: Fresh Meat to guarantee Enrage.
- Level 18: Furious Blows for Rage generation.
- Level 19: Improved Execute to use Execute more freely.
- Level 20: Frothing Berserker for Rage generation.
- Level 21: Improved Raging Blow for more Raging Blow use.
- Level 22: Spell Reflection for survivability.
- Level 23: Enraged Regeneration for survivability.
- Level 24: Berserker Rage for occasional annoyances.
- Level 25: Invigorating Fury for survivability.
- Level 26: Bounding Stride for mobility.
- Level 27: Rampage to conver Rage into damage and Enrage.
- Level 28: Double Time for mobility.
- Level 29: Cruelty for damage.
- Level 30: Honed Reflexes for more frequent Raging Blow use.
- Level 31: Improved Whirlwind to enable multitarget.
- Level 32: Sidearm for damage.
- Level 33: Wrath and Fury for damage and more frequent Raging Blow use.
- Level 34: Barbaric Training for more multitarget damage.
- Level 35: Raging Armaments to allow more Raging Blow use.
- Level 36: Seismic Reverberation for more multitarget damage.
- Level 37: Hack and Slash for much more frequent Raging Blow use.
- Level 38: Pain and Gain for survivability.
- Level 39: Meat Cleaver for more multitarget damage.
- Level 40: Reinforced Plates for damage.
- Level 41: Massacre for more Execute use.
- Level 42: Overwhelming Rage mostly as filler.
- Level 43: Recklessness for burst damage.
- Level 44: Overwhelming Rage (Rank 2) mostly as filler.
- Level 45: Sudden Death for more Execute use.
- Level 46: Intimidating Shout mostly filler, occasionally useful.
- Level 47: Slaughtering Strikes for much more Rampage damage.
- Level 48: Bitter Immunity for survivability.
- Level 49: Focus in Chaos mostly as filler.
- Level 50: Dual Wield Specialization for damage.
- Level 51: Swift Strikes for increased Rage generation.
- Level 52: Armored to the Teeth for damage.
- Level 53: Swift Strikes (Rank 2) for increased Rage generation.
- Level 54: Armored to the Teeth (Rank 2) for damage.
- Level 55: Odyn's Fury for major multitarget damage.
- Level 56: Avatar for more burst damage.
- Level 57: Reckless Abandon for more sustained damage.
- Level 58: Titan's Torment to trigger extra casts of Odyn's Fury.
- Level 59: Titanic Rage to empower Odyn's Fury.
- Level 60: Wild Strikes for damage.
- Level 61: Unbridled Ferocity for Recklessness procs.
- Level 62: Cruel Strikes for more Execute damage.
- Level 63: Critical Thinking for more Raging Blow damage.
- Level 64: Cruel Strikes (Rank 2) for more Execute damage.
- Level 65: Critical Thinking (Rank 2) for more Raging Blow damage.
- Level 66: Spear of Bastion for the big cooldown.
- Level 67: Ravager for an extra cooldown.
- Level 68: Elysian Might for more burst damage.
- Level 69: Hurricane for a major damage increase.
- Level 70: Wild Strikes (Rank 2) for more auto-attack damage.
Rotation/Ability Priority to Level Up as a Fury Warrior
Starting at Level 1, you only have one active ability: Slam.
- Cast Charge to initiate combat whenever possible.
- Victory Rush for free damage and healing after killing an enemy.
- Cast Shield Slam to deal damage.
- Cast Whirlwind when there are multiple targets present in order to maintain the cleaving buff.
- Cast Recklessness to quickly burst down strong targets or groups of mobs.
- Cast Odyn's Fury for high burst single or multitarget damage.
- Cast Rampage against high health targets for massive damage and to trigger Enrage.
- Cast Execute whenever possible.
- Cast Bloodthirst to deal damage, generate Rage, and trigger Enrage.
- Use Raging Blow to generate rage and damage enemies.
- Use Whirlwind against multiple targets.
Summary of Unlocked Abilities for Fury Warriors
You unlock your first ability of interest at Level 1.
- At Level 1, you start with Slam, your primary Rage spender.
- At Level 2, you unlock Charge. This will help you close the gap between you and your enemy and generate Rage.
- At Level 3, you unlock Shield Slam, a single target damage dealer, which should be used on cooldown until picking a specialization at level 10.
- At Level 4, you unlock Hamstring. Slow down a single enemy helping to put some distance between you.
- At Level 5, you unlock Victory Rush. Allows you to heal yourself after defeating a enemy. This will help you to keep healthy during leveling.
- At Level 6, you unlock Shield Block, a defensive ability that blocks incoming physical attacks.
- At Level 6, you also unlock Execute via a Quest called "A Warrior's End". It is a high damage combat finisher, normally usable when the target is below 20% health.
- At Level 7, you unlock Pummel, which interrupts enemy spellcasting and prevents them from casting again for a short time.
- At Level 8, you also unlock Taunt, a threat tool which forces the enemy to focus and attack you.
- At Level 9, you unlock Whirlwind, an AoE Rage spender which that hits up to 5 enemies.
- At Level 10, you unlock Heroic Throw, a weak ranged attack, mainly used to pull enemies from afar.
- At Level 10, you also unlock Battle Shout, a very important group buff which increases attack power.
- At Level 11, you unlock Victory Rush (Rank 2), increasing its healing.
- At Level 14, you unlock Titan's Grip, allowing two-handed weapons to be dual wielded.
- Further spells and abilities are unlocked through talents.
War Mode Talents to Level Up as a Fury Warrior
The following PvP talents are recommended for leveling and doing solo / small group PvE content. You may find that different PvP talents work better for you depending on your playstyle. Experimentation is encouraged!
Fury Warrior PvP Talents
- Barbarian improves mobility and reduces downtime. It is also great for leaping around otherwise unpassable terrain.
- Enduring Rage helps maintain the damage and movement speed buff from Enrage.
- Bloodrage grants on-demand Rage for easy use of Rampage, as well as clearing impairments that would otherwise slow you down. Warbringer or Battle Trance are fine passive alternatives.
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