An Overview of Warrior Class Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.1 (10.1)
On this page, we maintain an overview of all Warrior changes that went live in Patch 10.1.
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Warrior Class Guides for Dragonflight Patch 10.1
If you are looking for Warrior class guides, please, visit one of the guides linked below.
General Warrior Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.1
- Titanic Throw no longer affects crowd-controlled targets.
- Ignore Pain absorbs 25% additional damage.
- Pain and Gain heals for 3.5% of maximum health (was 4.5%).
- Fixed an issue that prevented Spear of Bastion from being cast while the Warrior was silenced.
Arms Warrior Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.1
- Storm Wall now heals for 8% of maximum health (was 10%).
- Fatal Mark now lasts 3 minutes (was 2 minutes).
- In addition to its current effect, Bloodletting now causes Mortal Strike to inflict Rend on targets below 35% health if you have Rend talented.
Fury Warrior Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.1
- Invigorating Fury now heals for 15% of maximum health (was 20%).
- Fixed an issue causing Onslaught to have unpredictable behavior with Whirlwind’s chain buff.
Protection Warrior Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.1
- Fueled by Violence causes you to be healed for 110% of the damage dealt by Mastery: Deep Wounds (was 85%).
Warrior PvP Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.1
- Shockwave duration increased to 3 seconds in PvP combat (was 2 seconds).
- Disarm (PvP Talent) duration decreased to 5 seconds (was 6 seconds).
- Fixed an issue where Intimidating Shout did not have the correct PvP duration when talented into Menace.
- Warbringer (PVP Talent) damage reduced by 65%. Range increased to 20-yard cone.
- Rebound (PvP Talent) has been redesigned — Spell Reflection reflects the next 2 incoming spells cast on you, and reflected spells deal 50% extra damage to the attacker. Spell Reflection’s cooldown is increased by 10 seconds.
- Duel (PvP Talent) — Characters in a duel are now highlighted for each other.
- Slam damage increased by 48% in PvP combat (was 40%).
- Death Wish (PvP Talent) now has a 4-second cooldown (was 5 seconds), increases damage dealt and taken by 10%, and health cost increased to 10% (was 5%). Stacks up to 5 times (was 10).
- Fixed an issue that prevented Death Wish from affecting sources of damage that were not Warrior ability or auto-attack damage.
- Bloodthirst damage increased by 6% in PvP combat.
- Slaughterhouse (PvP Talent) duration is now 20 seconds (was 16 seconds).
- Enduring Rage (PvP Talent) has been redesigned — Movement impairing effects have a chance to grant you Enrage each second while active. While Enraged, loss of control effects have a chance to grant you Recklessness for 4 seconds when they fade.
- Thunderstruck (PvP talent) duration increased to 4 seconds, now obeys Diminishing Returns and breaks on damage.
- Sword and Board (PvP Talent) have been removed.
- Shield Bash (PvP talent) has been redesigned — When Shield Slam is used on targets that are casting, it reduces their damage done by 15% for 8 seconds and the cooldown is instantly reset.
- Bodyguard (PvP Talent) now has a 20-yard range requirement (was 15 yards).
More Dragonflight Patch 10.1 Class Changes
You can find other Patch 10.1 class changes linked below.
- 26 Apr. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.1 release.
- 21 Mar. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.0.7 launch.
- 25 Jan. 2023: Minor fixes.
- 22 Jan. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.0.5 launch.
- 06 Dec. 2022: Updated with December 6 tuning.
- 26 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight launch.
- Glyph of the Observer Will Be Removed from the Game in Patch 10.1.5
- Dragonflight 10.1 Class Tuning: June 6th
- Dragonflight Patch 10.1 Hotfixes, June 1st
- Treasure Goblin Sets Portal Trap and Sends Players Away
- Mythic+ Tier List in Dragonflight Season 2 (Week 4)
- Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon Drops Item Level 421 Loot on the 10.1.5 PTR
- New Headless Horseman Candy Bucket in Patch 10.1.5
- Kalimdor Cup Scheduled for August 15th