Dragonflight Fury Warrior DPS Guide

Overview of Fury Warrior

Fury Warriors maintain a quick playstyle that prioritizes continuous damage over huge bursts of damage.  Although many other skills will be employed along the way, the rotation's straightforward goal of generating enough rage to cast  Rampage and maintain  Enrage is achieved with just one Rage consuming ability.

Because every other ability in the Fury Warrior spec is a resource generator with a short or no cooldown and no idle time, it is a solid choice for gamers searching for a spec that is continuously active. This makes it extremely captivating and demonstrates that a specialization need not be difficult in order to be enjoyable.

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Fury Warrior Talent Builds

For a more raid oriented talent build, you can use the following Unbridled Fury talent loadout.

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Dive into the world of talent choices for Fury Warriors as we uncover the intricacies of different talent builds. Discover the unique strengths and playstyles that each build offers, allowing you to tailor your character to your preferences.

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For a more Mythic+ oriented talent build, you can use the following Anger Management talent loadout.

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Fury Warrior Stat Priority

Despite the fact that all of the stats for the Fury Warrior tend to be pretty similar, the emphasis on weapon damage and strength (by item level) comes first, followed by mastery and critical strike. Owing to the strength and regularity of Enrage, Haste will see significant lots of variance, rising initially and falling after a moderate (22–29%) point.

  • Strength > Haste > Mastery > Crit > Versatility
  • Strength: Increases all damage done by native class spells, abilities, and auto attacks. Previously one of the weakest stats, but now much more impactful, making raw item level much more important again.
  • Haste: Compresses the rotation by reducing both the GCD and the cooldown of the rotational abilities Bloodthirst, Raging Blow, and Execute. Often a priority for very early gearing in Dragonflight, it tends to fall in value fairly quickly.
  • Critical Strike: Increases damage done by abilities, auto attacks, and trinkets. While some talents, legendaries, and covenant abilities interact with critical strikes, the stat's value is rather low and better avoided.
  • Mastery: Increases the damage bonus of Enrage. It does not affect non-class damage, such as trinkets, potions, and enchantments.
  • Versatility: Increases damage done and reduces damage taken by half the amount. Unlike Mastery, however, it affects all damage done including trinkets, potions, and enchantments.


The above suggestion is only generic and exact values will change based on your gear available. In order to best know your best stats, we recommend you to sim your own character using many tools available in the community like SimulationCraftRaidbots provides you with an online platform for you to sim your characters and find your Fury Warrior stat priority for free! Learn more about that in the in-depth guide to Raidbots.


Fury Warriors Best Consumables

Below is a list of the recommended enchants to use on your Fury Warrior gear in Dragonflight. 

Slot Best Enchant Alternate Enchant
Both Weapons  Enchant Weapon - Frozen Devotion  Enchant Weapon - Sophic Devotion
Cloak  Enchant Cloak - Graceful Avoidance  Enchant Cloak - Homebound Speed
Chest  Enchant Chest - Waking Stats
Bracers  Enchant Bracer - Devotion of Avoidance  Enchant Bracer - Devotion of Leech
Legs  Fierce Armor Kit  Frosted Armor Kit
Boots  Enchant Boots - Watcher's Loam  Enchant Boots - Plainsrunner's Breeze
Ring  Enchant Ring - Devotion of Mastery  Enchant Ring - Devotion of Haste


Fury Warrior Phials in Dragonflight

The best phial for Fury Warriors is Phial of Tepid Versatility in all content. While Phial of Static Empowerment and Iced Phial of Corrupting Rage are theoretically stronger, they come with a downside, where the Phial of Tepid Versatility has full uptime as well as a defensive benefit. Likewise, Phial of Glacial Fury is arguably powerful in multitarget content, but new targets are rarely introduced quickly enough to maintain stacks, making it a gimmicky option at best.

Fury Warrior Combat Potions in Dragonflight

There are a couple different potions that have different useful scenarios for Fury Warriors:

Fury Warrior Weapon Buff in Dragonflight

Fury Warriors should apply Buzzing Rune or Howling Rune to their weapons, though sharpening stones are a very close second and can be used if they are significantly cheaper.

Fury Warrior Food Buff

Best Fury Warrior Gems in Dragonflight

 Skillful Illimited Diamond and  Keen Ysemerald Keen Neltharite, or any other appropriate dual stat gems.


Pros and Cons

 Strengths Weaknesses
  • Strong Hybrid builds for single or multi target
  • Strong burst cooldowns on a short cooldown (45 and 90 seconds)
  • Strong mobility with Charge and Heroic Leap
  • Raid Cooldowns such as Rallying Cry and strong personal defensives
  • Weak sustained single target and middle of the pack multi target damage
  • Minimal ranged abilities mean certain boss mechanics may render you unable to attack for brief periods of time
  • Very little self sustain, you can prevent damage but not heal yourself.


Fury Warrior Rotation in Dragonflight

The focus of Fury Warriors is on maintaining  Enrage uptime while inflicting damage with auto-attacks and a range of special abilities. Players will prioritize either weaving abilities between Bloodthirst's cooldown or leveraging resets and procs to repeatedly cast Raging Blow with two main rotations based on chosen talents.

Fury Warrior Opening Rotation

The only difference between the Fury opener and its single target priority is that  Charge should always be used to start a fight. he first priority is to become enraged, which can be aided by casting  Recklessness before using Charge to double its rage generation. However, this won't always allow Rampage to be cast right away on the pull, so you should be ready to utilize Onslaught with Tenderize or Bloodthirst with Fresh Meat if necessary. Due to the significant quantity of rage that  Reckless Abandon produces, precasting Charge is also not necessary when using this ability. The opening rotation does not vary from the standard priority in any other way besides using Recklessness on the pull.

This means that a typically opening with the suggested build would resemble:
Avatar -> Recklessness -> Charge ->Ravager-> Rampage / Onslaught / Bloodthirst -> Spear of Bastion -> Rampage -> begin your single target rotation

Fury Warrior Rotation Priority

  1.  Avatar immediately before Recklessness with Berserker's Torment talented
  2.  Recklessness on cooldown
  3.  Enrage using Rampage, Tenderize, or Bloodthirst, if the buff is not currently active
  4.  Ravager aligned with Recklessness
  5.  Spear of Bastion while Enraged
  6.  Rampage to spend Rage and maintain Enrage
  7.  Execute whenever available
  8.  Onslaught while Enraged or with Tenderize talented
  9.  Raging Blow as the main rotational attack
  10.  Bloodthirst as a filler while out of RB charges
  11.  Whirlwind as a filler when nothing else is available

Execute Phase

Since Execute has a cooldown, it merely adds to the rotation rather than changing it completely or replacing other buttons the way it does for Arms. Whether due to  Sudden Death procs, or the target being below 20% (35% with  Massacre), it is generally used whenever available in order to take advantage of its high damage and rage generation.


Multitarget Cleave

 Improved Whirlwind seamlessly integrates into the rotation and makes it possible for Fury to provide cleave damage with little setup or single target damage loss on up to 4 extra targets in addition to its typical single target rotation. With the additional steps of making sure the Whirlwind bonus is constantly active and conserving cooldowns to align burst with the most targets, the multitarget rotation becomes almost identical to the single target one.

The use of  Titan's Torment has fallen out of current meta builds, which means manually applying Enrage before using burst cooldowns is now a much greater priority.

For general multi-target cleave

  1. Always ensure the  Improved Whirlwind buff is active, and prioritize maintaining Enrage through the use of  Fresh Meat,  Tenderize, or Rampage.
  2. Burst cooldowns such as  Ravager,  Spear of Bastion, and  Odyn's Fury should be synced with  Recklessness and  Avatar, saved for groups of mobs whenever possible.
  3. Otherwise, the multitarget rotation is simply a continuation of the single target one; while reapplying the Whirlwind buff whenever it falls.

Maximizing Burst AoE

Unlike the previous priority lists, this order should be followed step-by-step in order to maximize burst potential.

  1.  Bloodthirst (with Fresh Meat) or  Rampage to activate Enrage
  2.  Rampage to refresh Enrage and dump rage as necessary
  3. Continue the single target rotation while maintaining  Improved Whirlwind.

Fresh Meat allows Bloodthirst to guarantee Enrage the first time it is used against a target, making it a reliable way of maintaining the buff, though during cooldowns Rampage will be usable extremely frequently as well. The Whirlwind buff should be kept active in order to cleave all single target abilities: Rampage, Onslaught, Execute, Raging Blow, and Bloodthirst.

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