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5-28-2009 @ 1:33PM
"The 10% damage nerf simply shouldn't have caused this big a drop, to the point where fury requires some of the best possible gear to come within 500 DPS of another melee hybrid and even arms just seems lackluster."No talent/spec should require the best gear in the game in order to be viable, period. I'm in the process of leveling my warrior at the moment, & whilst I'm not bothered that Fury may not be viable for raids or whatever (as I don't have the time to raid, & I just want to walk around wielding two bad-ass axes...), it's somewhat disconcerting to see a 51-point, defining talent like Titans Grip being talked about as not being worth it.On another note, can someone tell me what rotation is common for Fury warriors - I'm lvl 47 at the moment & basically just hitting things in the face with two abilities, Bloodthirst & Whirlwind. Seems a bit of a waste of the likes of Heroic Strike, Slam, Execute - but things are dying so something must be right! Only really using two buttons kind of leaves me feeling like a Ret pally though...
5-28-2009 @ 1:36PM
It basically depends on what you're doing, but for most instances you'll use the following rotation especially after Bloodthirst is changed in 3.1.3 -BT - Whirlwind - BT (since BT will cool down in 4 seconds and WW in 8 with a glyph, you'll do 2 BT's for every WW) - Slam when Bloodsurge procs, with Heroic Strike as your rage dump as necessary. Cleave might replace HS on heavy trash pulls or might just supplement it depending.
5-28-2009 @ 1:49PM
"Only really using two buttons kind of leaves me feeling like a Ret pally though..."Wow, I can feel the love. The only thing worse than a hater is one who's wrong, too. Enjoy your fail.
5-31-2009 @ 10:37PM
ahem...we ret pallies use 4 buttons thank you very much...
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