Warrior Leveling Guide 1-120 Battle for Azeroth (BfA) 8.0.1

Last updated on Aug 18, 2018 at 14:46 by Archimtiros and Marok 3 comments

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1. General Battle for Azeroth Leveling Tips

Welcome! While this leveling guide is specifically made for the class and specialization(s) listed, we also have a general Battle for Azeroth leveling guide that focuses on the specific features of the Battle for Azeroth expansion including preparation of your mission table that will be used to unlock new areas, progressing on your faction's War Effort to save time at Level 120, and a reminder to keep ALL of the gear you find for the Scrap-o-Matic 1000 or Shred-Master Mk1, which will greatly increase your resource generating capabilities. Please visit our 110 to 120 leveling guide for this information and more (including Heirloom and War Mode advice that also applies to players who are not yet Level 110.

2. Leveling 1-120 as an Arms Warrior

2.1. Gear Options

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.

2.2. Level by Level Rotation and Talents

Move the slider below to make the guide update to your level!

Level: 110

2.2.1. Talents to Level Up as an Arms Warrior

Your first talent row unlocks at Level 15.

Your talent set up should be as follows.

2.2.2. Rotation to Level Up as an Arms Warrior

Starting at Level 1, you only have one active ability: Slam Icon Slam.

  1. Cast Charge Icon Charge to initiate combat whenever possible.
  2. Victory Rush Icon Victory Rush activates whenever an enemy is killed. Use it at the start of the next combat to heal yourself.
  3. Sweeping Strikes Icon Sweeping Strikes causes your attacks to hit a second target. Use it whenever there are two or more enemies.
  4. Colossus Smash Icon Colossus Smash is your major damage cooldown. Use it to quickly burst down high health or difficult targets.
  5. Cast Execute Icon Execute whenever an enemy is below 20% health, 35% with Massacre Icon Massacre, or when Sudden Death Icon Sudden Death procs.
  6. Bladestorm Icon Bladestorm is a powerful burst AoE cooldown. Use it whenever there are 3 or more targets.
  7. Cleave Icon Cleave is our recommended Level 75 talent. Use it when there are at least 3 targets to inflict Deep Wounds Icon Deep Wounds on them.
  8. Cast Overpower Icon Overpower to buff the damage of Mortal Strike Icon Mortal Strike and maintain Deep Wounds Icon Deep Wounds.
  9. Cast Mortal Strike Icon Mortal Strike as your main attack.
  10. Cast Slam Icon Slam whenenever you have excess rage.

2.2.3. Summary of Unlocked Abilities for Arms Warrior

You unlock your first ability of interest at Level 3.

  • At Level 3, you unlock Charge Icon Charge. It is both a mobility tool and rage generator, and should be used to initiate combat whenever possible.
  • At Level 5, you unlock Victory Rush Icon Victory Rush. This is your primary heal, usable whenever an enemy is killed and useful for chaining combat between multiple enemies.
  • At Level 8, you unlock Execute Icon Execute. It is a high damage combat finisher, normally usable when the target is below 20% health.
  • At Level 10, you unlock Mortal Strike Icon Mortal Strike. This is your primary attack, and should be kept on cooldown as much as possible.
  • At Level 13, you unlock Taunt Icon Taunt, a threat tool which forces the enemy to focus and attack you for a short time.
  • At Level 17, you unlock Heroic Throw Icon Heroic Throw, your only ranged attack, primarily used for getting the attention of enemies from afar.
  • At Level 20, you unlock Overpower Icon Overpower. It is a free attack which increases the damage of Mortal Strike Icon Mortal Strike, and should be used whenever it is available.
  • At Level 22, you unlock Sweeping Strikes Icon Sweeping Strikes. It is a short cooldown which causes your attacks to hit a second target.
  • At Level 24, you unlock Pummel Icon Pummel, which interrupts enemy spellcasting and stops their ability to cast for a short time.
  • At Level 26, you unlock Heroic Leap Icon Heroic Leap, a mobility tool which moves you quickly to any location you select within its range.
  • At Level 32, you unlock Hamstring Icon Hamstring. This is a single target snare, which slows enemy movement speed.
  • At Level 34, you unlock Tactician Icon Tactician. It is a passive ability which causes Rage spending abilities to reset the cooldown of Overpower Icon Overpower.
  • At Level 36, you unlock Die by the Sword Icon Die by the Sword. This is your primary defensive cooldown, which reduces damage and causes you to parry most melee attacks from the front.
  • At Level 40, you unlock Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind. It is a multi-target ability which damages everything in a small area around you.
  • At Level 42, you unlock Battle Shout Icon Battle Shout, a group wide buff which increases damage done.
  • At Level 44, you unlock Berserker Rage Icon Berserker Rage, a defensive ability which removes some loss of control effects.
  • At Level 50, you unlock Colossus Smash Icon Colossus Smash. This is your main offensive cooldown, which deals high damage and increases the damage of attacks made against the target for a short time.
  • At Level 55, you unlock Deep Wounds Icon Deep Wounds. This is a bleeding debuff, inflicted by various abilities, which serves as a passive damage increase.
  • At Level 65, you unlock Bladestorm Icon Bladestorm. It is your burst AoE cooldown, effective at dealing with large groups of enemies quickly. It is especially effective alongside Die by the Sword Icon Die by the Sword.
  • At Level 70, you unlock Intimidating Shout Icon Intimidating Shout, which Disorients enemies around you for a short time.
  • At Level 78, you unlock Mastery: Deep Wounds Icon Mastery: Deep Wounds. This unlocks the Mastery stat, increasing the damage of Deep Wounds Icon Deep Wounds.
  • At Level 80, you unlock Rallying Cry Icon Rallying Cry, a defensive group cooldown which increases current and maximum health for a short time.

2.3. Arms Warrior War Mode Talents for Leveling

In this section we will rank the PvP talents best for leveling and doing solo / small group PvE content. Below is a ranking of both General PvP Talents and Arms Warrior-specific PvE talents.

2.3.1. General PvP Talents

  • Relentless Icon Relentless is a passive ability, but it does not automatically remove crowd control abilities. Instead, it reduces the duration.
  • Gladiator's Medallion Icon Gladiator's Medallion is an on-use ability that removes all movement impairing effects and all loss of control effects.
  • Adaptation Icon Adaptation is recommended; it is likely your most passive choice since it will automatically remove loss of control effects over 5 seconds.

2.3.2. Arms Warrior PvP Talents for Leveling

  1. Shadow of the Colossus Icon Shadow of the Colossus increases Rage generation and allows more regular use of Overpower Icon Overpower.
  2. Storm of Destruction Icon Storm of Destruction significantly reduces the cooldown of Bladestorm Icon Bladestorm, allowing more frequent big pulls.
  3. Sharpen Blade Icon Sharpen Blade is a burst ability which greatly increases the damage of your next Mortal Strike Icon Mortal Strike.

Death Sentence Icon Death Sentence, Disarm Icon Disarm, Duel Icon Duel, Master and Commander Icon Master and Commander, Spell Reflection Icon Spell Reflection, War Banner Icon War Banner all have limited use in PvE content in terms of increasing your damage in the open world, but they can be situationally useful, especially if engaging in PvP combat.

2.4. Legendary Options

If you are already at Level 110, you will probably have a number of different Legendary items to choose from. While their special effects stop working at Level 116, until then, they can be a powerful bonus to help you level up quickly. These are our Legendary recommendations for leveling as an Arms Warrior in Battle for Azeroth:

2.5. Quest Rewards

You should equip new quest rewards when their item level starts beating out your previous set of gear. If you are currently wearing Tier 21 gear, it is best to let the quest rewards significantly beat your existing item level before using them. With that said, you will unlock Azerite pieces early on, which are worth using over Tier gear in most circumstances.

If possible, we recommend holding on to all Quest Rewards you do not use. They can be scrapped at Level 120 for material resources for profession crafting.

2.6. Consumables

There are several consumable items that can be purchased that will help you with your leveling speed.

  • Skystep Potion Icon Skystep Potion increases your movement speed by 150% (more than a mount!) for 8 seconds. It has a 1-minute cooldown. This is extremely useful and should be used often and aggressively for any travel that is more than ~100 yards long.
  • Gunshoes Icon Gunshoes are an Engineering item that increase your movement speed by 200% for 25 seconds. These will make you almost as fast as a Flying mount. We recommend having a lot of these, and using them whenever you are traveling more than ~250 yards.
  • Goblin Glider Kit Icon Goblin Glider Kit is very useful for covering long distances from high places.

2.6.1. Gunshoes Macro

The Gunshoes will not let you stop moving for as long as they are active. Using this macro twice will click the buff off and allow you to stop.

  • #showtooltip
  • /use Gunshoes
  • /cancelaura Gunshoes

2.7. Congratulations!

Congratulations on reaching Level 120! Now that you have hit Level 120 we recommend looking at our Easy mode page and Talents section to learn how to play at max level. To get yourself prepared for the end-game content ahead, we strongly recommend this Battle for Azeroth Raiding Lexicon/Spreadsheet by Medivh. It is a gold trove of information that will help you when gearing up in Battle for Azeroth and more.

3. Leveling 1-120 as a Fury Warrior

3.1. Gear Options

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.

3.2. Level by Level Rotation and Talents

Move the slider below to make the guide update to your level!

Level: 110

3.2.1. Talents to Level Up as an Fury Warrior

Your first talent row unlocks at Level 15.

Your talent set up should be as follows.

3.2.2. Rotation to Level Up as an Fury Warrior

Starting at Level 1, you only have one active ability: Slam Icon Slam.

  1. Cast Charge Icon Charge to initiate combat whenever possible.
  2. Victory Rush Icon Victory Rush activates whenever an enemy is killed. Use it at the start of the next combat to heal yourself.
  3. Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind causes your other attacks to hit up to 5 targets. Use it whenever facing multiple enemies.
  4. Rampage Icon Rampage is your resource spender, exchanging Rage for high damage and the Enrage Icon Enrage buff.
  5. Recklessness Icon Recklessness is your major damage cooldown. Use it to quickly burst down high health or difficult targets.
  6. Cast Execute Icon Execute whenever an enemy is below 20% health, or when Sudden Death Icon Sudden Death procs.
  7. Dragon Roar Icon Dragon Roar is our recommended Level 90 talent. Use it whenever there are multiple targets.
  8. Cast Bloodthirst Icon Bloodthirst as your primary rotational ability. Keep it on cooldown to generate Rage and increase Enrage Icon Enrage uptime.
  9. Cast Raging Blow Icon Raging Blow is another major Rage generator, used to build up to Rampage Icon Rampage.
  10. Cast Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind whenever nothing else is available.
  11. Cast Slam Icon Slam as your filler ability.

3.2.3. Summary of Unlocked Abilities for Fury Warrior

You unlock your first ability of interest at Level 3.

  • At Level 3, you unlock Charge Icon Charge. It is both a mobility tool and rage generator, and should be used to initiate combat whenever possible.
  • At Level 5, you unlock Victory Rush Icon Victory Rush. This is your primary heal, usable whenever an enemy is killed and useful for chaining combat between multiple enemies.
  • At Level 8, you unlock Execute Icon Execute. It is a high damage combat finisher, normally usable when the target is below 20% health.
  • At Level 10, you unlock Bloodthirst Icon Bloodthirst. This is your primary attack, and should be kept on cooldown as much as possible.
  • At Level 13, you unlock Taunt Icon Taunt, a threat tool which forces the enemy to focus and attack you for a short time.
  • At Level 17, you unlock Heroic Throw Icon Heroic Throw, your only ranged attack, primarily used for getting the attention of enemies from afar.
  • At Level 20, you unlock Raging Blow Icon Raging Blow. It is a high resource generator on a two-charge system, which should be used frequently to maintain Rage.
  • At Level 24, you unlock Pummel Icon Pummel, which interrupts enemy spellcasting and stops their ability to cast for a short time.
  • At Level 26, you unlock Heroic Leap Icon Heroic Leap, a mobility tool which moves you quickly to any location you select within its range.
  • At Level 28, the damage of Execute Icon Execute is increased significantly.
  • At Level 32, you unlock Piercing Howl Icon Piercing Howl. This is a multi-target snare, which slows enemy movement speed at the cost of Rage.
  • At Level 36, you unlock Enraged Regeneration Icon Enraged Regeneration. This is your primary defensive cooldown, which reduces damage and causes you Bloodthirst Icon Bloodthirst to heal for significantly more than normal.
  • At Level 40, you unlock Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind. It is a multi-target ability which damages everything in a small area around you.
  • At Level 42, you unlock Battle Shout Icon Battle Shout, a group wide buff which increases damage done.
  • At Level 44, you unlock Berserker Rage Icon Berserker Rage, a defensive ability which removes some loss of control effects.
  • At Level 50, you unlock Recklessness Icon Recklessness. This is your main offensive cooldown, which doubles Rage generation and increases the your Critical Strike chance for a short time.
  • At Level 55, your Whirlwind Icon Whirlwind causes your single target abilities to hit up to 5 targets.
  • At Level 70, you unlock Intimidating Shout Icon Intimidating Shout, which Disorients enemies around you for a short time.
  • At Level 78, you unlock Mastery: Unshackled Fury Icon Mastery: Unshackled Fury. This unlocks the Mastery stat, increasing the damage bonus of Enrage Icon Enrage.
  • At Level 80, you unlock Rallying Cry Icon Rallying Cry, a defensive group cooldown which increases current and maximum health for a short time.

3.3. Fury Warrior War Mode Talents for Leveling

In this section we will rank the PvP talents best for leveling and doing solo / small group PvE content. Below is a ranking of both General PvP Talents and Fury Warrior-specific PvE talents.

3.3.1. General PvP Talents

  • Relentless Icon Relentless is a passive ability, but it does not automatically remove crowd control abilities. Instead, it reduces the duration.
  • Gladiator's Medallion Icon Gladiator's Medallion is an on-use ability that removes all movement impairing effects and all loss of control effects.
  • Adaptation Icon Adaptation is recommended; it is likely your most passive choice since it will automatically remove loss of control effects over 5 seconds.

3.3.2. Fury Warrior PvP Talents for Leveling

  1. Barbarian Icon Barbarian allows a second use of Heroic Leap Icon Heroic Leap.
  2. Enduring Rage Icon Enduring Rage greatly increases Enrage Icon Enrage uptime.
  3. Slaughterhouse Icon Slaughterhouse increases damage and healing against injured enemies.

Death Sentence Icon Death Sentence, Disarm Icon Disarm, Death Wish Icon Death Wish, Master and Commander Icon Master and Commander, Spell Reflection Icon Spell Reflection, Battle Trance Icon Battle Trance, and Thirst for Battle Icon Thirst for Battle all have limited use in PvE content in terms of increasing your damage in the open world, but they can be situationally useful, especially if engaging in PvP combat.

3.4. Legendary Options

If you are already at Level 110, you will probably have a number of different Legendary items to choose from. While their special effects stop working at Level 116, until then, they can be a powerful bonus to help you level up quickly. These are our Legendary recommendations for leveling as a Fury Warrior in Battle for Azeroth:

3.5. Quest Rewards

You should equip new quest rewards when their item level starts beating out your previous set of gear. If you are currently wearing Tier 21 gear, it is best to let the quest rewards significantly beat your existing item level before using them. With that said, you will unlock Azerite pieces early on, which are worth using over Tier gear in most circumstances.

If possible, we recommend holding on to all Quest Rewards you do not use. They can be scrapped at Level 120 for material resources for profession crafting.

3.6. Consumables

There are several consumable items that can be purchased that will help you with your leveling speed.

  • Skystep Potion Icon Skystep Potion increases your movement speed by 150% (more than a mount!) for 8 seconds. It has a 1-minute cooldown. This is extremely useful and should be used often and aggressively for any travel that is more than ~100 yards long.
  • Gunshoes Icon Gunshoes are an Engineering item that increase your movement speed by 200% for 25 seconds. These will make you almost as fast as a Flying mount. We recommend having a lot of these, and using them whenever you are traveling more than ~250 yards.
  • Goblin Glider Kit Icon Goblin Glider Kit is very useful for covering long distances from high places.

3.6.1. Gunshoes Macro

The Gunshoes will not let you stop moving for as long as they are active. Using this macro twice will click the buff off and allow you to stop.

  • #showtooltip
  • /use Gunshoes
  • /cancelaura Gunshoes

3.7. Congratulations!

Congratulations on reaching Level 120! Now that you have hit Level 120 we recommend looking at our Easy mode page and Talents section to learn how to play at max level. To get yourself prepared for the end-game content ahead, we strongly recommend this Battle for Azeroth Raiding Lexicon/Spreadsheet by Medivh. It is a gold trove of information that will help you when gearing up in Battle for Azeroth and more.

4. Leveling 1-120 as a Protection Warrior

4.1. Gear Options

When leveling up, you should always equip the piece of loot with the highest item level. Exact loot choice is largely inconsequential as you will replace your equipped gear rapidly as you level up.

4.2. Level by Level Rotation and Talents

Move the slider below to make the guide update to your level!

Level: 110

4.2.1. Talents to Level Up as a Protection Warrior

Your first talent row unlocks at Level 15.

Your talent set up should be as follows:

4.2.2. Rotation/Ability Priority to Level Up as a Protection Warrior

Starting at Level 1, you only have one active ability: Slam Icon Slam.

  1. Cast Charge Icon Charge to initiate combat whenever possible.
  2. Cast Intercept Icon Intercept to initiate combat whenever possible.
  3. Victory Rush Icon Victory Rush activates whenever an enemy is killed. Use it to heal yourself.
  4. Cast Avatar Icon Avatar to generate a bit of Rage and greatly increase your damage.
  5. Cast Demoralizing Shout Icon Demoralizing Shout to reduce the damage you take, and increase the damage you deal (when using the Booming Voice Icon Booming Voice talent).
  6. Cast Shield Slam Icon Shield Slam to generate Rage and deal damage.
  7. Cast Thunder Clap Icon Thunder Clap to generate Rage and deal damage, particularly during Avatar Icon Avatar with Unstoppable Force Icon Unstoppable Force talented.
  8. Spend Rage on Revenge Icon Revenge to damage multiple targets if you do not need to spend it on your active mitigation to survive.
  9. Cast Devastate Icon Devastate to fill empty global cooldowns, and reset the cooldown of Shield Slam Icon Shield Slam.
  10. Cast Execute Icon Execute when enemies are below 20% health.
  11. Cast Slam Icon Slam as your filler spell.

Active Mitigation

  • Cast Shield Block Icon Shield Block as much as possible when tanking something.
  • Further smooth out your damage intake by spending Rage on Ignore Pain Icon Ignore Pain.

4.2.3. Summary of Unlocked Abilities for Protection Warriors

You unlock your first ability of interest at Level 3.

  • At Level 3, you unlock Charge Icon Charge. It is both a mobility tool and Rage generator, and should be used to initiate combat whenever possible.
  • At Level 5, you unlock Victory Rush Icon Victory Rush. This is your primary heal, usable whenever an enemy is killed and useful for chaining combat between multiple enemies.
  • At Level 8, you unlock Execute Icon Execute. This is powerful ability only usable when enemies are below 20% health. You lose this ability at Level 10 once you select Protection as your specialization.
  • At Level 10, you unlock Shield Slam Icon Shield Slam. This is your primary attack and resource generator, which should be kept on cooldown as much as possible.
  • At Level 10, you unlock Devastate Icon Devastate. This is your default filler ability, to be used whenever nothing else is available.
  • At Level 10, you unlock Vanguard Icon Vanguard. This is a passive ability that increases your Stamina and Armor.
  • At Level 13, you unlock Taunt Icon Taunt, a threat tool which forces the enemy to focus and attack you.
  • At Level 14, you unlock Thunder Clap Icon Thunder Clap. This ability generates a bit of Rage and is a particularly good against multiple enemies.
  • At Level 17, you unlock Heroic Throw Icon Heroic Throw, your only ranged attack, primarily used for getting the attention of enemies from afar.
  • At Level 20, you unlock Shield Block Icon Shield Block. It is a defensive ability that costs Rage, which allows you to block incoming physical attacks and increases the damage of Shield Slam Icon Shield Slam.
  • At Level 22, you unlock Revenge Icon Revenge. It is a secondary attack, which spends Rage in order to deal damage to multiple targets. Dodging and parrying attacks will make it free to use.
  • At Level 24, you unlock Pummel Icon Pummel, which interrupts enemy spellcasting and stops their ability to cast for a short time.
  • At Level 26, you unlock Heroic Leap Icon Heroic Leap, a mobility tool which moves you quickly to any location you select within its range.
  • At Level 28, you unlock Intercept Icon Intercept, a mobility tool which replaces Charge Icon Charge. It works on both allies and enemies.
  • At Level 32, you unlock Last Stand Icon Last Stand. This is defensive cooldown which increases your current and maximum health by 30%.
  • At Level 34, your Shield Slam Icon Shield Slam is improved. It has a chance for its cooldown to be reset when using other abilities.
  • At Level 36, you unlock Ignore Pain Icon Ignore Pain. This is a defensive ability which allows you to spend Rage in order to absorb incoming damage.
  • At Level 36, you unlock Deep Wounds Icon Deep Wounds. This is a passive ability, which inflicts a bleeding debuff whenever you use Devastate Icon Devastate and Revenge Icon Revenge.
  • At Level 38, your Shield Block Icon Shield Block is improved. It has a second charge, allowing it to be used more frequently.
  • At Level 40, you unlock Avatar Icon Avatar. It is your primary offensive cooldown, which generates Rage and increases your damage done.
  • At Level 42, you unlock Battle Shout Icon Battle Shout, a group-wide buff which increases damage done.
  • At Level 44, you unlock Berserker Rage Icon Berserker Rage, a defensive ability which removes some loss of control effects.
  • At Level 48, you unlock Demoralizing Shout Icon Demoralizing Shout. This is another defensive cooldown, which reduces the damage afflicted targets deal to you.
  • At Level 50, you unlock Shockwave Icon Shockwave. This is a stun, which hits all enemies in a frontal cone.
  • At Level 55, you unlock Shield Wall Icon Shield Wall. This major defensive cooldown reduces damage taken by 40% for a short time.
  • At Level 70, you unlock Spell Reflection Icon Spell Reflection. This causes a short buff which reduces magical damage taken and causes any hostile spell cast at you to be reflected back toward its user, affecting them instead.
  • At Level 70, you unlock Intimidating Shout Icon Intimidating Shout, which disorients enemies around you for a short time.
  • At Level 78, you unlock Mastery: Critical Block Icon Mastery: Critical Block. This unlocks the Mastery stat, increasing your chance to block, critically block, and attack power.
  • At Level 80, you unlock Rallying Cry Icon Rallying Cry, a defensive group cooldown, which increases current and maximum health for a short time.

4.3. War Mode Talents to Level Up as a Protection 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!

4.3.1. General PvP Talent

  • Adaptation Icon Adaptation is recommended. It automatically removes loss of control effects over 5 seconds.

4.3.2. Protection Warrior PvP Talents

  1. Dragon Charge Icon Dragon Charge improves mobility and inflicts moderate damage to targets along your path.
  2. Sword and Board Icon Sword and Board provides a near constant increase to Shield Slam and Devastate damage through more frequent critical strikes.
  3. Morale Killer Icon Morale Killer significantly reduces the cooldown of Demoralizing Shout Icon Demoralizing Shout, allowing for more damage reduction and damage output in conjunction with Booming Voice Icon Booming Voice.

4.4. Legendary Options

If you are already at Level 110, you will probably have a number of different Legendary items to choose from (if you do not have any Legendary items, simply skip this section). While their special effects stop working at Level 116, until then, they can be a powerful bonus to help you level up quickly. These are our Legendary recommendations for leveling as a Protection Warrior in Battle for Azeroth:

4.5. Quest Rewards

You should equip new quest rewards when their item level is greater than your current gear. Do not replace your Legendary items until Level 116.

If possible, we recommend holding on to all Quest Rewards you do not use. They can be scrapped at Level 120 for material resources for profession crafting.

4.6. Consumables

There are several consumable items that can be purchased that will help you with your leveling speed.

  • Skystep Potion Icon Skystep Potion increases your movement speed by 150% (more than a mount!) for 8 seconds. It has a 1-minute cooldown. This is extremely useful and should be used often and aggressively for any travel that is more than ˜100 yards long.
  • Gunshoes Icon Gunshoes are an Engineering item that increase your movement speed by 200% for 25 seconds. These will make you almost as fast as a Flying mount. We recommend having a lot of these, and using them whenever you are traveling more than ˜250 yards.
  • Goblin Glider Kit Icon Goblin Glider Kit is very useful for covering long distances from high places.

4.6.1. Gunshoes Macro

The Gunshoes will not let you stop moving for as long as they are active. Using this macro twice will click the buff off and allow you to stop.

  • #showtooltip
  • /use Gunshoes
  • /cancelaura Gunshoes

4.7. Congratulations!

Congratulations on reaching Level 120! Now that you have hit Level 120 we recommend looking at our Easy mode page and Talents section to learn how to play at max level. To get yourself prepared for the end-game content ahead, we strongly recommend this Battle for Azeroth Raiding Lexicon/Spreadsheet by Medivh. It is a gold trove of information that will help you when gearing up in Battle for Azeroth and more.

5. Changelog

  • 18 Aug. 2018: Adjusted formatting and cleaned up some rotational and ability information.
  • 13 Aug. 2018: Added Protection section.
  • 12 Aug. 2018: Revamp of the page for BfA.
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