What I know is that Arms deals massive damage with bleed effects and overall more damage with their abilities than Fury. At the other hand I think Fury is more related to stats and gear. As you get 2.2 AP per strength in Fury. Also it relies heavily on their base attack. You stack crit / hit all the way and ur main source of dps is bloodthirt and melee damage pretty much side by side.
And as I started to play in 4.3 and haven't really red the patch notes. What made Fury warrior so bad in 4.3? Any response or ideas would be great!
if you are a raider i suggest arms, but if you are a casual just play what you want to play.
This spec would be awesome if PvP didn't exist. Cause they were forced to nerf this spec as some PvPer cry babies were whining about how Fury does to much damage.
They nerf it, and already it got overnerfed. Basically 2x 2h weapons and so much effort to make this spec work for you, is only worth if you got NOTHING ellse to focuse on.
If you play alts or tank etc, etc, this spec is not worth the effort!
In my opinion, this spec is useless, cause you can have the same or even better dps with Arms, with half the effort.
Ask Blizzard why they fck up awesome parts of the game to please 1% of nerds in 3v3.
Blizzard statement, the PvP is balanced around 3v3, yeah, so every other PvP aspect of the game is just fcked. It was more understandable when 2v2 3v3 and 5v5 was included, then the Arena balance was somewhat complete.
But now ONE little part of the game is being focused on while so much is left in the dark.
Just goes to show, they don't want to work, they just want to enjoy the cash they get, by employing minimum-wage workers.
which is wrong
Once people start to get the higher ilvl items though, TG will shine again. It simply scales that strongly with gear.
Go with whatever you feel is best, what suit you better and what kind of content you're currently working on.
Pure Single Target Fury would probably still outprefor Arms, but not by much.
03/01/2012 12:53Posted by Mogtaurthey were forced to nerf this spec as some PvPer cry babies were whining about how Fury does to much damage.
I'm going to pretend I didn't read this. The amount that PvP is influenced by PvE changes is unreal. If you played PvP you'd realise that. And yes, I do PvE before you !@#$% about that, and I just hope to god the HC modes provide some kind of challenge.