Fury Warrior Playstyle and Rotation Guide

Patch 10.2.7 Last Updated: 8th May, 2024
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Playstyle & Rotation

General Rotation:

  1. Rampage
  2. Ravager
  3. Bloodthirst (when you have 95%+ Critical Strike chance on Bloodthirst)
  4. Onslaught
  5. Execute
  6. Raging Blow
  7. Bloodthirst
  8. Whirlwind

It is vital to use Rampage as often as possible with this setup. It adds stack to the tier set, gives value to Anger Management and it simply where most of our damage will come from in both raid fights and M+.

At its core, the rotation of Fury is fairly straight forward but very fast in any PvE setting especially under Bloodlust. At its most basic, make sure to always use Recklessness and Ravager together as close to off cooldown as you can. Use Onslaught as often as possible and use Rampage at every possible opportunity.

There may be times where you can use Rampage back to back but this is something you will slowly get a feel for as you play this version of Fury more and more.

There is a Weakaura available to notify you when your Bloodthirst has over 95% Crit chance to make it easier to properly make use of the tier set stacks. It will be linked in the Weakauras section.


  1. Ravager + Recklessness + Avatar + Charge
  2. Onslaught
  3. Rampage
  4. Champion’s Spear
  5. Rampage

NOTE: It may be possible at step 4 that you are able to Rampage back to back. If this happens then commit to it and delay Onslaught. It’s better to gain stacks of the tier set quickly to try and get a guaranteed Bloodthirst crit while Champion’s Spear is running.

Multi Target:

  1. Whirlwind (if no Whirlwind stacks)
  2. Rampage
  3. Thunderous Roar (if you have at least Recklessness and Ravager running)
  4. Bloodthirst (with 95%+ Crit chance on Bloodthirst)
  5. Onslaught
  6. Execute
  7. Raging Blow
  8. Bloodthirst (even without the required Crit chance)
  9. Whirlwind

Just like single target, Recklessness and Ravager want to be used as often as possible and always together. In an M+ setting, always consider the health of the current pack you are fighting to avoid wasting cooldowns.

Due to the aggressive nature of Anger Management lowering the cooldown of Recklessness and Ravager make sure to never be holding these for too long. If Avatar is within 10 seconds of coming back off cooldown then it will be worth holding Recklessness and Ravager for this.



For Season 4 cooldowns aren’t quite as powerful as they were in Season 3 but they are still important due to their potential uptime and how often Recklessness and Ravager can be used.

Cooldowns off cooldown as often as possible.


If you were to use your CD’s and suddenly find yourself being forced to move from melee, using Heroic Leap at the last moment and charging back when safe to minimize downtime is the best solution for your DPS. You need to be confident with your timing however, as leaping too late can still get you killed mid leap.


Fury Warrior has a plethora of incredible defensive tools as well as being very passively tanky between having increased HP from wielding double 2 Handed Swords, wearing Plate Armor and having the Warpaint talent for an almost permanent 10% damage reduction. As long as you aren’t making fatal mistakes, Fury Warrior should be almost impossible to kill even without perfect defensive usage.