Want to have the ability to pick and choose which weapon you want to slam your opponents faces in with? The Arms warrior will give you that exact choice. Being an Arms warrior means you will have the ability to hit with maximum damage using weapons. This can be a one handed weapon or two handed weapon. This can be a mace, sword, or polearm. Just remember one thing, if you can’t handle the striking power and mass area attacks that are given to the Arms warrior, please pick another class. The key to victory for this class is the amazing talent called bladestorm. This will give you the ability to cause massive damage to multiple enemies around you.
Talent Trees: The talent tree is what gives you the power to become one of the three warrior types you can choose from. Make sure you take your time and select these talents very carefully. Once you place your talent points in the arms talent tree, it will cost some hefty gold to remove those talents and replace them. At first, it’s a slight payment of a couple of gold. Then the second time around it will cost you upwards of 100 gold. It continues to climb as you continue to change your mind.
Arms Tree – With the 71 points available to you at level 80, it would be a smart move to put at least 60 of your points into this tree. The Arms tree will give your warrior the ability to gain extra power with two handed weapons, polearms, maces, or swords. That choice will be your own. When you first start out, make sure to get Deflection and Improved Charge. As you fill out the rest of your tree there will be some very useful and must-have talents. These talents are Anger Management, Sweeping Strikes, Mortal Strike, Juggernaut, Endless Rage, and Bladestorm. Anger Management will help you use the rest of your talents by allowing you to earn extra rage points while fighting. These talents are unique to the Arms warrior and will prove to be the major difference in close quarters combat.
Fury Tree – This tree is the friend of your Arms tree. It will help you generate more rage, hit harder with your specialized weapon, and can give you a helpful talent called Piercing Howl to slow your enemies down. To achieve this talent, you need to have eleven points to spare. It is very important that you don’t spend too many talent points outside your main talent tree. This tree will help you pour more power into every swing of you weapon.
Protection Tree – Protection warriors use shields and defense to stand off against their opponents. Outlasting a barrage of hits, they don’t need to strike hard to win. Some points in this tree can help you stand strong and use your weapon more readily. If you choose to use a shield, then the shield specialization in the beginning of this tree will be useful to you.
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Arms Warrior Talent Tree