Fury Warrior Dragonflight Class Guide

General Information

Welcome to our Fury Warrior Guide for World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. We will help you to learn and master Fury Warrior in either Raids or Mythic Keystone Dungeons.

Last Update: 16-03-2023

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Basics of Fury Warrior

With an excpetionally fast playstyle, Fury Warriors strike their enemies with a very straightforward rotation. Fury Warriors enrage themself to deal even more damage to their enemies, and engage into combat quick with their high mobility.

Stat Choice for Fury Warrior

General Stat Priority for Fury Warrior with our Build is:

  1. Strength
  2. Haste
  3. Mastery
  4. Critical Strike
  5. Versatility

Basic Rotation

Please read our Rotation and Cooldown section for further information. 

Table of Contents

Builds and Talents

General Talent Tree

Most Notable Talents

The bottom row talents offer the most iconic abilities, usually recognized by certain Warrior specs. Avatar, Thunderous Roar, Shockwave and Spear of Bastion can now be skilled by all Warriors, and these will have the most significant impact in your rotation and playstyle.

Other Damage Talents

Sidearm, Barbaric Training and Seismic Reverberation are located on the right side. These will increase the damage of your AoE abilities, and even further if they hit atleast 3 targets. Crushing Force and Frothing Berserker are located on the left side, and will grant certain abilities even more passive damage gain. War Machine in the top row will grant your auto attacks generate more Rage, while Weapon Specialization in the middle bottom will increase your damage using the correct weapon of your spec. Thunderclap is a new ability in your Talent Tree, which also can now spread Rend whenever using the Blood and Thunder Talent.

Crowd Control & Utility

Storm Bolt, Intimidating Shout and Piercing Howl are your Crowd Control abilities. Heroic Leap, Intervene and double charges on your Charge are your mobility Talents. Rallying Cry is your group utility, a strong cooldown whic increases the health of all party members.

Defensive Talents

Many talents are increasing your Armor or your Stamina. Impending Victory grants you an ability that makes you heal yourself.

Specialization Talent Tree

Single Target Talents

Key changes in our Single Target talent tree are the missing Whirlwind talents. Instead of Improved Whirlwind, we are putting the spare points into Vicious Contempt, grating our Bloodthirst 25% more damage against targets below 35% health. For long boss encounters, this will become very useful, while it wont have that impact in multi-target situations.

We also can spend one additional talent point on Frenzy, making our Rampage to grant us 2% Haste, up to 4 stacks.

Fresh Meat has to be replaced aswell, due to its unique strength in Mythic Keystone Dungeons, which doesnt apply to Raid bosses. Instead, we are picking up 10% increased damage on Bloodthirst.

Multi Target Talents

Juggernaut is a great talent, especially with the new Tier Set in Dragonflight which increases the chance to proc Sudden Death significantly. Especially in Mythic Keystone Dungeons, we will use many Executes consistently, which benefits Juggernaut a lot.

Main difference in Mythic+ are Improved Whirlwind, which grants us 4 stacks of its buff. With this, our Single Target abilities strike 4 additional targets for 45% of its damage.

Odyn’s Fury is the old Legion Artifact Ability which now makes a comeback in the Fury Warrior talent tree. This ability deals damage AoE damage and grants you 2 stacks of Whirlwind.

Mythic+ Talents For Fury Warrior



Rotation and Cooldowns

Basic Rotation for Fury Warrior in Single Target

Basic Rotation for Fury Warrior in Multi Target

Stat Priority

Stat Choice for Fury Warrior

General Stat Priority for Fury Warrior with our Build is:

  1. Strength
  2. Haste
  3. Mastery
  4. Critical Strike
  5. Versatility

Strength is your primary stat, meaning that Itemlevel is superior in most cases. Higher Itemlevel will also increase your Stamina and Armor that you gain.

Critical Strike increases the chance for your abilities and spells to deal double damage.

Haste reduces your global cooldown, your time to cast spells, and reduces the cooldown of many abilities.

Versatility grants you a flat damage increase, but also a damage decrease for half of its value.

Mastery increases the damage bonus granted by Unshackled Fury, boosting all damage done while Enrage is active.

The further we are getting into the expansion, the effects of diminishing returns start to limit your effective gain of your secondary stats. After reaching 30% (by rating) of any given stat, you will start to receive a penalty that reduces the gain from more of the same stat over this treshold.

Stat priority can differ on every character. Make sure to simulate yourself on Raidbots get the perfect results for you.

Gear and Trinkets

Best In Slot Gear for Fury Warrior

This List shows the current Best-In-Slot Gear for Dragonflight Season 1. Many Items can be potentially substituted with any Profession Gear, especially early on into the Season.

Additionally, there is the option for Profession Gear to be crafted with additional Buffs/Perks, which can benefit your character in certain situations.

Best Trinkets for Fury Warrior

This List shows the current Top 30 Trinkets, based on simulations for damage in a Single Target Situation.

This list might not reflect the perfect choice for your specific situation.

Trinkets can differ at any boss or in different dungeons.

To see a full overview of Trinkets – Please visit Bloodmallet


Gems, Enchants and Consumables