Post by Razmortis
I have taken quite some time reading through this forum for help, since I have never played a warrior before.
I'm playing on a PVE server, and my current lvl is 25. I will dual wield through lvling and I wonder, what is really the best leveling build for arms/fury with focus on fury? I picked up this
build and I personally think it looks good for lvling, and a comment that was added from the guy who made it said that the 17 points in arms should be put out first, and then the rest should be built from there. I can understand the imp heroic strike, imp charge and imp overpower, but the others I'll put aside for now.
My simple question is, what is really the "best" way to go? I know many people say different, but is this build I found good?
Edit: I found this through wowwiki, and I quote:
" Eques' Maximum Solo PvE build (http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/classes/warrior/talents.html?350203113025100000000000525010550501005010000000000000000000000000
This build is specifically designed for using an one-handed axe in the main hand and off-hand. It is a useful build for killing multiple mobs without losing health too quickly. Indeed, if properly executed this build permits warriors to easily handle at least three non-elite mobs on your own without using potions! This build also provides a substantial crit chance to keep Flurry active at almost all times.
The optimal means of using this build is through the following procedure: (1) Charge a mob. With Improved Charge one will have the necessary rage to (2) use Improved Thunderclap and to (3) use Improved Demoralizing Shout. Once this is done (4) spam with Heroic Strike and Bloodthirst, or (5) Sweeping Strike if facing multiple enemies. "
But how does one put out the skills for lvling up? I figure I need the improved charge for extra boost of rage, but is it REALLY neccesairy?
Post by Razmortis
You helped me comfirm the deep wounds and impale, so thanks for that. I don't know where to spend the points other than those two talents though in this build that I have decided to go for.This
is how my decition for lvling up my warrior has become. It's a modified version of the later build that I linked. I removed points from imp thunderclap and imp demoralizing shout and instead put them into maxed imp overpower and maxed imp Tactical mastery, for stancedancing. I will also try and spec 100% in the fury tree and then start building into the rest of the points. Comments are appriciated, since I am new to the warrior buisness.