Fury Warrior Spec For Max DPS Patch 4 Cataclysm
Warrior builds don’t seem to be as normalized as most classes. This build currently does a full 500 DPS more than the arms build. While that seems like a lot the difference between 19,700 dps and 20,200 may not be that big after all. Every little bit counts, however, and fury is at the top of the charts at this point.
- Raging Blow
- Berserker Rage
The changes to the glyph system in 4.0 give you nine glyph spots and a whole new class of glyphs. Instead of just major and minor you now also have slots for Prime glyphs. We only list the glyphs that add directly to DPS, tanking abilities or healing power. The other slots are up to your personal choice and play style. Choose whatever makes the game more fun and fits your preferences will work fine, since none of them will have a direct correlation to damage per second.
Remember that this is a priority list, not a rotation. Read our full article on how to read a priority list here: Priorities, Not Rotations. Basically you want to use things nearer the top of the list as often as possible, based on certain conditions. This may very well mean that you never get to the end of the list and “finish” the rotation. That’s because the order you do things will change depending on the conditions of the fight.
Use the first scale above if you are not hit capped yet. Use the bottom scale if you are. Or, you can just remember to zero out hit rating once you reach the cap. You can get pawn from both Wowmatrix and Curse addon updating engines.
( Pawn: v1: “Warrior_Cata_Fury2h”: MeleeDps=3.8694, Strength=2.2965, CritRating=1.6049, HitRating=1.5508, ExpertiseRating=1.4171, Agility=1.2459, HasteRating=1.0933, Ap=1.0575, MasteryRating=0.6153 )
( Pawn: v1: “Warrior_Cata_Fury2h”: MeleeDps=3.8694, Strength=2.2965, CritRating=1.6049, HitRating=0.0000, ExpertiseRating=0.0000, Agility=1.2459, HasteRating=1.0933, Ap=1.0575, MasteryRating=0.6153 )