Fury Warrior DPS Easy Mode — Dragonflight 10.2
On this page, we explain how to easily play Fury Warrior in World of Warcraft — Dragonflight 10.2, using the simplest rotation, talent tree, stat priority, gear setup, etc., without sacrificing performance.
This section is intended for players who are new to the game or class, have no intentions of raiding Mythic difficulty, or simply want a more straightforward way to play their specialization without being overwhelmed by the numerous priorities and active abilities that need to be taken into consideration for optimal play.
The Basics of Fury Warrior
Fury is straightforward damage dealer, focused on building Rage with auto-attacks and special abilities, in order to spend it on Rampage to trigger Enrage. This creates a constant and fast-paced gameplay loop, enhanced by the specialization's built-in haste buffs. The build showcased here is a simple yet effective play style, good for all types of game content, which is meant to help new players learn the fundamentals of Fury.
If you are completely new to Fury and need more information on the abilities available to you, you can check out our Spell Summary page.
Talent Choices for Fury Warrior
The talent set blow is a starter build created predominantly for ease of use and offering a range of capabilities to introduce players to Fury's single-target, burst, and AoE potential. While there are better-performing builds for various pieces of content, they are also more specialized. Despite being the "easy mode", it is still quite effective for questing, dungeons, and entry raid content. As you gear up, acquire tier bonuses, or plan to engage with specific forms of content, more specialized builds will become available.
Remember that you can easily import the talent tree below into the game with either of the two "Copy Export String" buttons:
If you are looking for the absolute best Fury Warrior talents, which do not compromise on performance for ease of use, you can find a more in-depth analysis on our full talents page below.
Stat Choices for Fury Warrior
The current Fury stat priority is as follows when using this build:
- Critical Strike;
Fury has an early emphasis on Haste, quickly transitioning to Mastery and Critical Strike after a moderate amount has been acquired. Haste is still useful due to increasing autoattack speed and reducing the time between ability casts, both of which lead to increased Rage generation and Enrage uptime, while Mastery increases damage done during that buff. Critical Strikes deal double damage, while Versatility is a flat increase to damage done and reduces damage taken by half as much. As is the case for most specializations, the specific values of these stats are largely determined by your individual gear, and more information can be found on the Stat Priority page.
While the stat priority for classes is normally the same for both the Easy Mode page and our full guide, subtle differences may still occur. If you want to see a full explanation of the stat priority, as well as the absolute top choices for the priority, head to our full stats page below.
Basic Rotation for Fury Warrior
The typical rotation outlined below encompasses both single and multiple target situations using our suggested talents. Although some classes use different abilities for different situations, Fury Warriors have the advantage of cleaving all their single-target attacks using Improved Whirlwind.
- Cast Whirlwind as needed to maintain the Whirlwind buff when there are multiple targets.
- Cast Bloodthirst when opening combat in order to guarantee Enrage if Rampage is not usable.
- Cast Avatar before Recklessness, on cooldown, or whenever burst damage is needed.
- Cast Recklessness on cooldown, ideally aligned with Avatar.
- Cast Rampage for damage and to maintain Enrage.
- Cast Thunderous Roar as an extra burst cooldown during Avatar and Enrage.
- Cast Onslaught in between Rampage casts to generate a large amount of Rage and help maintain Enrage.
- Cast Execute if your target is below 35% health or Sudden Death procs.
- Cast Raging Blow as the main rotational filler to generate Rage.
- Cast Bloodthirst if Raging Blow is unavailable or Enrage is not up.
- Cast Whirlwind as a filler when nothing else is available.
While all builds focus on the same principle of converting Rage into damage with Rampage and maintaining Enrage, other talents add extra abilities and maintenance buffs, and can lengthen the Execute phase. These talents and their rotations are covered in more detail in the advanced sections of the guide.
- 06 Nov. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.2.
- 04 Sep. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.1.7.
- 10 Jul. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.1.5.
- 01 May 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.1
- 24 Jan. 2023: Talent build 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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