Fury Warrior DPS Mythic+ Tips — Dragonflight 10.0.7

Last updated on Mar 20, 2023 at 14:16 by Archimtiros 63 comments
General Information

In this guide, you will find tips and advice to tackle Mythic+ dungeons with your Fury Warrior in World of Warcraft — Dragonflight 10.0.7.


Dragonflight Season 1

In addition to a brand new seasonal affix, Dragonflight Mythic+ Season 1 features a whole new rotation of dungeons pulled from past expansions mixed with brand new Dragonflight ones! This helps keep Mythic+ fresh and exciting, with a completely new rotation of dungeons each season.


Unique Challenges of Mythic+

Mythic+ Dungeons, especially high level ones, make up the highest level of competitive PvE content that WoW has to offer aside from Mythic raiding.

Fury Warriors continue to be well suited to Mythic+ dungeon content, offering strong burst and an easy time switching between single and multitarget damage. While certainly not the strongest class, they should be capable of completing all but the highest of keys without issue.

Because the majority of Mythic+ revolves around dealing with multiple targets, Fury follows the basic multi-target priority laid out in the Rotation, Cooldowns, and Abilities page. The key difference is in predicting the layout of the dungeon, and knowing when to save cooldowns versus when to use them. Smartly saving your cooldowns when a target is about to die, and instead using it on a fresh pack which will survive the duration of your burst damage is far more efficient and will help your group finish on time.

If you are unfamiliar with Mythic+ and its associated general mechanics, you can read more about it on our Shadowlands Mythic+ Season 1 page below.


Fury Warrior Mythic+ Builds

Below are the suggested talents for Mythic+, and although there is one primary dungeon build, a couple talents can shift slightly depending on your preferences.

Remember that you can easily import the talent tree below into the game with either of the two "Copy Export String" buttons:

Fury Warriors have a lot of talent choice when it comes to Mythic+, with the flexibility to bring extra defensives, utility, and tailor their damage to the expected situation.


Rotational Considerations for Fury Warriors in Mythic+

For the most part, your rotation will remain the same as normal in Mythic+ dungeons, while ensuring that the Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind buff is always active in order to cleave your single target abilities. Because of the nature of dungeons, however, with mobs dying constantly and there sometimes being downtime in between packs, we recommend taking the following extra considerations.

Note that the information below specifically pertains to Mythic+. If you require more general information, you should go to the main Rotation page below.


AoE Rotation

There are two general Fury Warrior AoE rotations, depending on talent build, though their priorities are largely the same. Ensure Enrage Icon Enrage is always active, made much easier with Fresh Meat Icon Fresh Meat and Tenderize Icon Tenderize or Titanic Rage Icon Titanic Rage, followed by keeping the Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind buff active and using cooldowns as frequently as possible when they will hit multiple targets.


Onslaught Rotation

  1. Open with Avatar Icon Avatar, Recklessness Icon Recklessness, and Charge Icon Charge whenever possible
  2. Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind to apply its buff allowing abilities to cleave multiple targets
  3. Drop Ravager Icon Ravager in the middle of a group of targets
  4. Rampage Icon Rampage or Onslaught Icon Onslaught to trigger Enrage Icon Enrage
  5. Spear of Bastion Icon Spear of Bastion or Thunderous Roar Icon Thunderous Roar
  6. Rampage Icon Rampage should be used as often as possible to Enrage Icon Enrage and avoid Rage capping
  7. Continue the single target rotation, ensuring that Enrage Icon Enrage and the Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind buff are maintained as much as possible.

Odyn's Fury Rotation

  1. Open with Charge Icon Charge whenever possible
  2. Ravager Icon Ravager can be thrown from a distance before engaging, or dropped once targets are positioned
  3. Recklessness Icon Recklessness should be used to begin the burst rotation
  4. Avatar Icon Avatar should be used to trigger Odyn's Fury Icon Odyn's Fury, also applying Enrage Icon Enrage and the Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind buff when Titanic Rage Icon Titanic Rage is talented
  5. Spear of Bastion Icon Spear of Bastion should be used after Avatar Icon Avatar, in order to benefit from its damage buff
  6. Rampage Icon Rampage should be used as needed in order to maintain Enrage Icon Enrage and avoid Rage capping
  7. Odyn's Fury Icon Odyn's Fury should be spaced a few seconds apart from Avatar Icon Avatar to avoid losing uptime on the bleed debuff
  8. Continue the single target rotation, ensuring that Enrage Icon Enrage and the Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind buff are maintained as much as possible.

Fury Warrior Utility

Battle Shout Icon Battle Shout increases attack power by 5%, which applies to all melee specs and Warrior abilities, even those which do not deal purely Physical damage.

Pummel Icon Pummel is crucial in Mythic+ as interrupting dangerous spell casts is of the utmost importance.

Rallying Cry Icon Rallying Cry applies to the entire party, making it a strong defensive tool during periods of group-wide damage, or a personal cooldown as needed.

Spell Reflection Icon Spell Reflection is exceptional in Mythic+, either for reducing the damage of powerful debuffs, or reflecting high damage and debilitating effects. Although the ability can be used quite often due to its low cooldown, properly identifying which abilities should be reflected is key, as it can completely nullify dangerous effects and render some enemies completely harmless.

Storm Bolt Icon Storm Bolt is another useful tool in stopping enemy attacks and spellcasts. Intimidating Shout Icon Intimidating Shout can also be used as a faux stun, but much less often due to the long cooldown.

Berserker Rage Icon Berserker Rage is a nice tool for breaking fears, while Berserker Shout Icon Berserker Shout will apply the effect to the entire party, though this is somewhat niche and will not be applicable to all dungeons.

Piercing Howl Icon Piercing Howl is a very good slow, but its cooldown makes it less reliable than more passive options other classes may bring. Thunder Clap Icon Thunder Clap is a very mediocre slow, but you will often have it applied anyway.


Trinket Considerations for Fury Warriors in Mythic+

When choosing your trinkets, there are two avenues of approach. The first is maximizing burst in conjuction with your cooldowns, while the second is maximizing single target in order to perform better on bosses. We recommend simulating yourself on Raidbots using the Patchwerk option for raids and single-target, and DungeonSlice (Mythic+/AoE Fights) Fight Styles. Usually, we recommend using trinkets that proc stats, rather than single-target damage dealers.

You can also get a quick overview of good Mythic+ Trinkets on our Gearing page, specifically the Simulation chart for multi-target scenarios.


Handling Mythic+ Affixes as a Fury Warrior

Most Mythic+ affixes require no special setup or gameplay considerations for Fury Warriors, although there are a few interactions to be aware of.

  • Explosive Icon Explosive affix orbs are very easy to kill with as little as a single auto attack, though they cannot be hit by AoE abilities such as Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind or Odyn's Fury Icon Odyn's Fury unless they are your primary target.
  • Skittish Icon Spiteful affix adds can be dangerous if you are not aware of their spawning, but are easily controlled by using Storm Bolt Icon Storm Bolt or Intimidating Shout Icon Intimidating Shout, allowing ample time to get away from or kill them.
  • The seasonal Thundering Icon Thundering affix periodically empowers players with a powerful 30% damage buff, indicated by a targeting circle around each party member. After 15 seconds, it will stun and damage players, though this can be prevented by purposefully stacking with a friendly player, removing their buff early and preventing its normal expiration effects. Because of its periodic nature, players will not always want to play around this affix, as holding cooldowns too long can be just as much of a loss as the empowerment would have gained, though it is absolutely worth aligning cooldowns for the large damage bonus whenever possible.


  • 20 Mar. 2023: Updated with better Onslaught build.
  • 24 Jan. 2023: Updated build for Patch 10.0.5.
  • 11 Dec. 2022: Reviewed for Dragonflight Season 1.
  • 28 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight launch.
  • 18 Nov. 2022: Updated Reckless Abandon and Titanic Rage use and descriptions.
  • 25 Oct. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight pre-patch.
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