Post by Kayja
Should I put a counterweight on it or can you even do that?
Yeah, Iron Counterweights are easy and cheap to get - it would be a sensible move unless you can get an enchant for the weapon that is better for the same price or cheaper (maybe someone in your guild or one of your friends can).
You should be completely avoiding red quests, and only going for orange ones if you have completed ALL your yellow and green ones first. You are questing in the correct areas, but I have a feeling you are questing at the wrong parts of the zone. Such as Stranglethorn Vale - there quests at Booty Bay are MUCH harder than the ones from further up the map, so make sure you're in the correct spots for each zone (you should not under any circumstances being trying to complete the quests from inside Booty Bay yet).
And does anyone know where o find the books for FA, and Fishing.Not sure what you're current fishing skill level is, but if you need to reach the 225 skill cap you need this book
, click the link and it'll tell you were to buy it from (make sure you pick the right faction). If you need 300 skill then you need to complete a quest from Nat Pagle
What am I doing wrong? How should I approach groups and dungeons as I lvl? Sorry the post is so long. Just figured the more info you had the better you could help. Thanks!You aren't really doing anything wrong - Warriors take some getting used too, you need to build rotations and start to develop an understanding for you skills and your class, rather than just pressing buttons in a mindset of "That does damage, I'll press that". I'm not saying that is what you currently do, but a lot of people know roughly what abilities do damage but don't care to spend time to figure out exactly what they do.
I wouldn't worry about duels at your level, Warriors scale so well with gear that you might be getting wooped by them now but in another 10 levels you might be wooping them. This spec
appears to be what you are using, which is kinda all over the place. There isn't really a lot of play with your spec at the moment due to your level, I would just continue on as best as you can and when you reach around level 40 - 45 you'll have much more breathing room to go for talents and setups.
From a dungeon perspective, you should be approaching them as DPS. You should be using Berserker Stance which you would have got at level 30 from your class trainer. At your level there isn't much you can do in the way of using abilities to cause damage since you won't get Bloodthirst or Mortal Strike until level 40, so just make the best you can of it, just remember that Heroic Strike will cause a lot of threat - be mindful of it so you don't pull agro from your tank.
At level 40 you should respec your talents into Fury using this spec
which will help you out a lot since you can get Bloodthirst. Bloodthist will then become one of your core abilities, alongside Whirlwind and Heroic Strike. At 50 you should be looking at something like this spec
, then finally at 60 you should be at the stange to get Titan's Grip and should be using this setup
(the level 60 setup will require a respec, as you need to pick up Dual Wield Specialisation for Titan's Grip), 2 levels after fill out Enrage. After that you should have enough understanding of a Warrior to continue on yourself.
Post by Kayja
Thank you! So your sying go total fury at lvl 40 right? I've read up on what all my ability's do I just don't understand exactly how to use them correctly. Any suggestions on rotations? Right now if I can use charge I do cause I have problems keeping my rage. Occassionally I use Bloodrage but don't like the health cost it deals. I usually use Battle shout, rend, sunder armor, hamstring, cleave, demoralizing shout, and overpower. Just not in any set rotation. Haven't seen anything yet on anysite i've been on about warrior rotations. Otherwise I wouldn't ask. Very helpful thank you.Yes, I would definitely go Fury at level 40 when you can get Bloodthirst. It's very hard to use rotations at lower levels because you have no way to get a good rotation going. At level 40 though you'll have Bloodthirst and also Whirlwind and Heroic Strike. A rotation then would be Whirlwind, Bloodthirst and repeat. Use Heroic Strike as a rage dump as it uses a white damage melee swing, so you build no rage on your next swing and it's replaced with a yellow damage Heroic Strike.
Regarding Bloodrage, check out the Glyph of Bloodrage
which will totally remove the health cost of the ability meaning you can just use it whenever. As for your current rotation, just keep doing what you are doing until you are level 40 - use Overpower when a target dodges, don't bother using Cleave until there is more than 1 monster attacking you (use Heroic Strike instead for single targets), do not bother using Demoralising Shout. No need to Hamstring unless you are in PvP either, and Sunder Armor will be a waste under you are the only Warrior in an instance dungeon.
Start by using Charge
to build rage on a target, then just melee monsters. When you get enough rage, use Heroic Strike
to get rid of your rage. If the target dodges, then use Overpower
instead of Heroic Strike
(basically prioritise Overpower
over Heroic Strike
). Other than that, keep Battle Shout
up on yourself as much as possible - it's a very nice boost to damage.