Fury Warrior PvP Best Arena Compositions (Dragonflight 10.2.7)

Last updated on May 07, 2024 at 11:20 by Karanze 13 comments

Team composition in 2v2 or 3v3 Arena is very important, because not all classes work well together. Here, we give you the best compositions you can have for your Fury Warrior (i.e., the best classes to pair with it).

This page is part of our Fury Warrior PvP Guide.

1.

2v2 Arena

Fury Warriors are about staying ahead of your opponents on pressure. Fury Warrior has a lot of passive sustain and damage, as long as you have uptime on your target, you can beat out most people. The real trouble is consistently sticking to your target, as you are susceptible to abilities such as Chains of Ice Icon Chains of Ice. As Fury Warrior, you need to maximize your pressure, and try to shatter the enemy team before the game lasts too long.

Unlike Arms Warrior, you do not benefit from going into deep dampening. This is because you are oriented around self-healing and have few defensive cooldowns. You therefore cannot afford to play passively or defensively for long, and should focus on playing highly aggressively.

It is important to make use of cross CC, meaning you should try to time CC with your healer onto the enemy healer and DPS to not only stop their healing output, but also stop them from disabling your damage output with abilities such as Disarm Icon Disarm, Mortal Coil Icon Mortal Coil, Polymorph Icon Polymorph etc. Mastering this strategy is key to closing out games, but you should not focus solely on it, as it can be equally good to stun an opponent out of line of sight of his teammate, or to ruin major cooldowns like Avenging Wrath Icon Avenging Wrath.

We strongly recommend you learn each and every offensive and defensive cooldown for all specializations, and get addons like Flyplatebuffs, BigDebuffs, and Gladius, so you have an easier time knowing when and how you should react. Alternatively, weakauras are a good way to customize your UI and alerts. These addons will give you an easier time identifying when an enemy uses cooldowns, that can be difficult to spot visually, like Icy Veins Icon Icy Veins and Vendetta Icon Vendetta. See our Fury Warrior PvP Macros page for more information on the subject.

This will also help you understand when you should break off from your target, and peel for your healer with Intervene Icon Intervene, Disarm Icon Disarm, Rallying Cry Icon Rallying Cry etc.

Here is a list of the best team compositions for 2v2:

2.

3v3 Arena

In 3v3 your role is to apply pressure to the enemy team. You should focus on playing compositions that want to end the game as fast as possible, preferably specializations that have CC in their kit. The general rule in arena for a composition to work is to either have Focus on combining your high damage output and Slaughterhouse Icon Slaughterhouse with CC to keep the enemy team behind of yours in pressure. Pairing up with specializations that have Mortal Wounds Icon Mortal Wounds can be desirable as it is more consistent than Slaughterhouse Icon Slaughterhouse.

The playstyle and win conditions of Fury changes depending on what composition you are playing in 3v3. The best compositions will each be explained in detail below.

Tier Composition
S Fury Warrior + Retribution Paladin | Fury Warrior + Balance Druid | WPPala
A Turbo Cleave | TSG (Unholy Death Knight Icon Unholy Death Knight) | Fury Warrior + Windwalker Monk
B Kitty Cleave | Fury Warrior + Havoc Demon Hunter | KFC | Thunder Cleave | WMPala | WLS
C Batman Cleave (Outlaw Rogue) | TSG (Frost Death Knight) | WEX
D
Not viable/ Not seen on ladder Man Cleave
2.1.

Fury Warrior Composition Names

In a general 3-letter composition, the last letter represents the healer class of the composition, which alters depending on the meta. A composition like WLS, indicates that the healer in this composition would be a Restoration Shaman. If a healer is undefined, the last letter is simply replaced with 'X' to (WLX).

Class letter codes:

  • D = Druid
  • DH = Demon Hunter
  • DK = Death Knight
  • E = Evoker
  • H = Hunter
  • M = Mage
  • WW / MW = Windwalker Monk / Mistweaver Monk
  • P = Priest
  • P(ala) = Paladin
  • R = Rogue
  • S = Shaman
  • L = Warlock
  • W = Warrior

Compositions:

  • WLX: Warrior + Warlock + Healer
  • Kitty Cleave: Warrior + Feral Druid Icon Feral Druid + Healer
  • WMX: Warrior + Mage + Healer
  • Turbo Cleave: Warrior + Enhancement Shaman + Healer
  • Thunder Cleave: Warrior + Elemental Shaman + Healer
  • KFC: Warrior + Hunter + Healer
  • TSG: Warrior + Death Knight + Healer
  • WPX: Warrior + Shadow Priest + Healer
  • Batman Cleave: Warrior + Rogue + Healer
  • WEX: Warrior + Evoker + Healer
  • Man Cleave: Warrior + Protection Warrior + Healer
3.

Changelog

  • 07 May 2024: Reviewed for 10.2.7.
  • 22 Apr. 2024: Updated for Season 4
  • 19 Mar. 2024: Updated for Patch 10.2.6
  • 15 Jan. 2024: Updated for Patch 10.2.5
  • 06 Nov. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.2
  • 04 Sep. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.1.7.
  • 10 Jul. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.1.5
  • 09 May 2023: Updated for Dragonflight Patch 10.1.
  • 21 Mar. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.0.7.
  • 30 Jan. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.0.5.
  • 11 Dec. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight Season 1.
  • 22 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight pre-patch.
  • 29 Jul. 2022: Updated for Shadowlands Season 4.
  • 31 May 2022: Reviewed for Patch 9.2.5.
  • 28 Feb. 2022: Page reviewed and approved for Patch 9.2.
  • 08 Nov. 2021: Page reviewed for Patch 9.1.5.
  • 03 Jul. 2021: Updated for Patch 9.1.
  • 25 Jan. 2021: Rewritten by Karanze for Shadowlands season 1.
  • 22 Oct. 2020: Reviewed for Patch 9.0.1.
  • 27 Jan. 2020: Page added.
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