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Warrior – Best PvP & PvE Build Tree

18 Nov 2023
Warrior – Best PvP & PvE Build Tree

The warrior class from the game's first version was considered the benchmark PvP because its name spoke for itself. Vital, ferocious, fast – this class was and still is loved by thousands of gamers. ExpCarry team created a small guide dedicated to the right choice of talents for the warrior in the two current specializations for PvP battles. Also, we did not ignore the fans of PvE, preparing the actual talent trees for the conquest of the dungeons and raids by these classes in the game WoW Dragonflight.

Warrior PvE Builds in WoW Dragonflight 10.2

Warriors in any specialization excel in PvE, whether a raid or a mythic+ dungeon of any difficulty. Their excellent survivability, valuable abilities, and consistently significant damage make them a welcome companion to any group.

Protection Warrior PvE Build

Let's start with the only specialization capable of being a tank in a dungeon or raid. With relatively low cooldowns, a high blocking rate, and mass damage, the warrior is one of the best tanks in World of Warcraft Dragonflight 10.2 Specialization skills include Avatar, Ravager, Shield Slam, Thunder Clap, Thunderous Roar, Shield Block, and Last Stand. Now for the talents:

If you want to experience the role of the tank for yourself, in the current patch, the warrior is an excellent choice for both the beginner and the experienced player. You will be in demand equally in raids of difficulty, and keys of almost any available level.

Protection Warrior Pluses in WoW Dragonflight 10.2

Protection Warrior Minuses

  • More unforgiving of mistakes or improper play compared to other tanks.
  • Weaker self-sustain compared to some other tank specs. This is only an issue in certain niche situations.
  • Has some difficulty against bleeds, damage over time abilities and non-blockable damage.

Fury Warrior PvE Build

Next, as part of the guide to the warrior, the service team will consider a specialization called fury, which allows you to carry a two-handed weapon in each hand and crush enemies with powerful blows. It has simply colossal damage but is highly dependent on the generation of a valuable resource – Fury, in the absence of which remarkably loses DPS. Recklessness, Rampage, Raging Blow, Bloodthirst, and Avatar are the primary specialization abilities. Also, worth mentioning are Rallying Cry and Enraged Regeneration. Consider the talent tree:

It is one of the most accessible and most influential branches of character pumping. Its essential feature is massive AOE damage, which is often highly valued, especially in mythic+ keys.

Fury Warrior Pluses in WoW Dragonflight 10.2

Fury Warrior Minuses

  • Fast rotation can be difficult for some players to keep up with.
  • Downtime significantly penalizes damage potential.
  • Mediocre to low sustained single target damage output.

Arms Warrior PvE Build

The last branch of warrior development in WoW Dragonflight is armed, characterized by high mobility, defensive abilities, and the ability to quickly deal massive damage to the target. That's why this build will get wide distribution and popularity. The primary specialization abilities are rent, Colossus Smash, Mortal Strike, Overpower, Bladestorm, and Slam. Let's take a look at it:

Thus, each gamer can choose an exciting specialization and immediately distribute the talent points without wasting time looking for the best solution. Remember that it's easier to dress up a warrior in the arms specialization because it requires fewer items.

Arms Warrior Pluses in WoW Dragonflight 10.2

Arms Warrior Minuses

  • Downtime significantly penalizes damage potential.
  • Talent builds are heavily specialized, sacrificing one capability for another.

Warrior PvP Builds in WoW Dragonflight

As before, in PvP relevant, only 2 of the three possible branches of the warrior pump are present. They are arms and fury, the essence of which is approximately the same, but the gameplay is entirely different.

Arms Warrior PvP Build

Let's start with the most popular specialization, called arms. It is the most balanced in damage and the ability to avoid it, has high mobility, and can control. Ideal for already experienced players. The primary specialization abilities are rend, Colossus Smash, Mortal Strike, Overpower, Bladestorm, and Slam. Also, worth mentioning is Die by the Sword, Defensive Stance, and Rallying Cry. Next to the build:

Arms Warrior Pluses in WoW Dragonflight 10.2

  • Strong, consistent damage and powerful burst windows.
  • Can effectively fight any number of enemies.
  • Multiple stuns through Storm Bolt and Shockwave.
  • High mobility.
  • Sharpen Blade is the strongest healing reduction in the game.
  • Adaptable kit able to respond to almost any situation.
  • Strong defensive kit.

Arms Warrior Minuses

  • Struggles to keep up with consistent ranged slows.
  • Talent lineup has you sacrifice either sustained or burst damage for the other.

Fury Warrior PvP Build

Next up, the ExpCarry team will highlight a warrior specialization called fury. Its specialty is inflicting constant high damage to a single target, with the possibility of its infinite pursuit. At the same time, the defense functions are much weaker here, which makes fury a more vulnerable target.  Recklessness, Rampage, Raging Blow, Bloodthirst, and Avatar are the primary specialization abilities. Also, worth mentioning are Rallying Cry, Hamstring, and Enraged Regeneration. The talent tree looks like this:

Fury Warrior Pluses in WoW Dragonflight 10.2

  • High sustained damage.
  • Recklessness gives a lot of burst damage.
  • High mobility.
  • Incredible healing output.
  • Enraged Regeneration is a strong defensive and useable while stunned.

Fury Warrior Minuses

  • Struggles against consistent ranged slows.
  • Lack of Bladestorm means high vulnerability to being hit with CC.
  • Not a lot of utility.
  • Choice of PvP talents is minimal.

WoW Dragonflight 10.2 Warrior Changes

All WoW Dragonflight 10.2 Warrior Changes listed below.

General Warrior Changes in 10.2

  • Rallying Cry now increases current and maximum health by 10% (was 15%).
  • Inspiring Presence has been removed.

Arms Warrior Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.2

  • Rallying Cry now increases current and maximum health by 10% (was 15%).
  • Inspiring Presence has been removed.
  • Skullsplitter now causes Deep Wounds to bleed out more quickly for a short duration (where expired instantly).
  • Tide of Blood now also causes your Rend on the target to bleed out 100% faster for 10 seconds.
  • Rage spent to Ignore Pain no longer contributes to Anger Management, Tactician, and Test of Might.
  • Slam damage increased by 25%.
  • Improved Slam Critical Strike damage increase was reduced to 10% (was 30%).
  • All ability damage increased by 6%.
  • Mortal Strike damage increased by 10%.
  • Overpower damage increased by 10%.

Fury Warrior Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.2

  • Reckless Abandon Bloodbath now shares its cooldown with Bloodthirst.
  • Reckless Abandon now only empowers your next 1 Bloodthirst or Raging Blow (was 2).
  • Reckless Abandon Bloodbath and Crushing Blow bonus damage has been doubled.
  • Storm of Swords now gives Slam a 9-second cooldown (was 12 seconds).

Warrior PvP Changes in Dragonflight Patch 10.2

  • New PvP Talent — Safeguard: Intervene now has 2 charges and reduces the ally’s damage taken by 20% for 5 seconds. Intervene cooldown is increased by 10 seconds.
  • New PvP Talent — Battlefield Commander: Your Shout abilities have additional effects.
  • Battle Shout: Increases Stamina by 3%.
  • Piercing Howl: Roots targets hit for 2 seconds.
  • Berserker Shout: Range increased by 8 yards.
  • Intimidating Shout: Cooldown reduced by 15 seconds.
  • Rallying Cry: Removes movement-impairing effects and grants 30% movement speed to allies.
  • Thunderous Roar: Targets receive 5% more damage from all sources while bleeding.
  • Storm of Destruction has been redesigned — Reduces the cooldown of Ravager and Bladestorm by 30%, and Ravager and Bladestorm now also snare all targets you hit by 70% for 8 seconds.
  • Storm of Destruction is now available as a PvP talent for Fury and Protection Warriors.
We hope our little tips will help you in the PvE and PvP segments of WoW Dragonflight for the warrior class. We'll constantly be updating and updating the information.

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