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8-27-2010 @ 9:38PM
oddly enough no one is talking about how much more survivability fury has gotten in the beta so far. i've seen video's of fury warriors taking on groups of 7 to 8 same level mobs without going below 95% health. thanks to the field dressing talent boosting the heal from bloodthirst, and the 20% of your maximum health heal of victory rush.leveling up should be a breeze... let's just hope it doesn't turn depressing when we get into 85 heroics.
8-27-2010 @ 10:25PM
You also forgot the complete removal of the +5% damage taken from Zerker stance. Believe it or not that 5% (previously 10%) has a huge impact on survivability. But yeah, Field Dressing is on my MUST HAZ talent list for every spec. I still see Fury being the PvP spec of choice in Cata due to their great Damage output and amazing self healing (Enraged Regeneration is affected by Fury's Mastery ability)
8-28-2010 @ 1:17AM
You have not seen that since they buffed mob damage, especially not on caster packs.
8-28-2010 @ 1:06PM
It's true that fury's survivability is hugely better than that of arms, atm. While Rossi is right that you don't want to take on more than a couple of casters at once now (20K mindflays *hurt*), especially the naga priestesses in the northern part of... the Shimmering Expanse, I think... your odds are much, much better as fury than as arms. I tried leveling as Prot for awhile, and Fury felt just as safe as Prot (and faster).That said, I feel like Single-Minded Fury isn't working right yet. My Raging Blows don't seem to hit for squat, and the 4-piece t10 bonus is broken (one Slam consumes both charges). Maybe it is just that not being able to see damage numbers is throwing me off, but I feel like my Titan's Grip Raging Blow is far more significant than my Single-Minded Fury Raging Blow.
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