Think your friends can do more damage than you? Not if you are a fury warrior. This damage causing and spine snapping tank of a warrior has the ability to go up against any class with style. Pushing opponents around with amazing strength, the fury warrior is the greatest attack class out of all the other warriors. While the Protection warrior and Arms warrior look to take agro and be a chopping block for opponents, the fury warrior can knock down an opponent alone and still have health left over to take on another enemy.
Talent Tree: The most important thing to know when configuring your talent tree is that you are a fury warrior and your stats are going to be strong when it comes to your strength and dodging ability. As stated before, the prot and arms warriors may have you out drawn when it comes to the amount of health or the extent of a beating they can take, but you don’t need those two things. You will be delivering the pain rather than enduring it. Make sure you know what your talent points are going to give you before inserting them. If you make a mistake or want to adjust your points, it will cost you gold. The first time won’t be too costly. After you try to re-roll three or four times, you will be paying upwards of 200 gold coins to adjust your talents.
Fury Tree – The most important tree to you is your Fury Tree. This will be your guide to punishing your enemies with multiple weapons and massive strength. The first talent points should be placed in Cruelty or Armored to the Teeth. These two talents will improve the damage you do or increase the amount of damage you can take. Either way, it’s a great start. As you push through the talents and levels, make sure to grab the special talents on the way. These talents are Piercing Howl, Death Wish, Bloodthirst, Heroic Fury, Rampage, and most importantly Titan’s Grip. These talents will have your enemies running in fear from you. The Titan’s Grip talent is a must have. It allows you to carry two handed weapons using only one hand. That’s right ladies and Gentlemen, you can dual wield two handed weapons.
Arms Tree – This tree is a great addition to your fury talents. Make sure you only put 10-15 points in the talent trees that you are not using as your main. If you want to add some points in this tree, make sure to put five in your Deflection talent. This will increase the change that you will parry an opponents attack. If you can get 11 points free to use here, I would recommend putting one point in Anger Management. This will add to the amount of rage you can use while battling.
Protection Tree – The enemy tree to the fury warrior, this tree can also be a close friend. The shield specialization wont be useful but the Improved Bloodrage can be. I would recommend only using a couple talent points in this tree. You will be better off putting more talents into your fury tree than wasting them on the protection talents.
If you follow these steps, you will be breaking skulls and dual wielding massive weapons in no time. The talent build I use for my fury warrior is at THIS link. Enjoy and good luck fighting!
Fury Warrior Talent Tree