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The Arms Warrior DPS rotation used to be so simple, but now, like many classes in Cataclysm, it’s become more of a priority system. Worry not – our easy-to-follow guide will walk you through it. Your priority system for single-target fights should be: You might want to take a look at our main guide to Arms Warrior Pv E stats, rotation and glyphs in 4.2 for more information on getting the most out of your Arms warrior.

Sample talent specs: Level 19: I Level 29: Level 39: V Level 49: Vd I Level 60: Vd Izs Go It's not too difficult; Patch 3.3 talents are self-explanitory. Yeah, I thought the same thing before I started, but there's a variety of reasons why Prot is the best: -Less damage taken leads to less downtime / less bandages used -Ability to easily pull 4 mobs, leading to faster kill times overall -Revenge. (I had no problems killing people who were even 5-8 levels higher than me, only using Shield Block, Last Stand and a bandage) -Being able to use Charge and Intercept in combat, in any stance, with a talent -Getting a short-CD stun, and at level 60, an even shorter CD stun While Fury and Arms are good with single target damage, Prot excels with Ao E damage, at least around lower levels. Revenge already hits really hard by itself; this talent not only gives it 60% damage, but makes it hit two targets for full damage! -Queue as tank and get fast dungeon queues (of course, depending on how many other people are online at the moment) -Pretty much unkillable in 1-on-1 Pv P at lower levels, due to the plethora of defensive CDs. Revenge will really give you good multi-target damage.--------------------------- GLYPHS There are a few pretty useful glyphs for both Prot and Arms: *Glyph of Cleave: Makes Cleave hit 3 targets instead of 2 *Glyph of Revenge: After using Revenge, your next Heroic Strike has no rage cost *Glyph of Victory Rush: 30% crit chance on Victory Rush *Glyph of Sweeping Strikes: Removes the rage cost of Sweeping Strikes *Glyph of Rend: 6 seconds on Rend *Glyph of Mortal Strike: 10% damage on Mortal Strike I used Cleave Revenge(changed Devastate at 50) for Prot, and Victory Rush Mortal Strike for Arms.Sweeping Strikes glyph can be useful for dungeons, though.The actual Souen restaurants (there are three, all downtown) look and feel more like yoga studios than real restaurants: sparsely decorated, extremely quiet, and filled with beautiful people wearing various forms of spandex.

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Just like with my Priest leveling guide, I decided to make this because I didn't really see any here on the forum. Revenge hits way harder than any other ability (except Bladestorm), which is why it's best to level Prot.

As most will tell you, the best way to level a Warrior is with Protection spec. With the talent, I found that a non-crit Revenge was hitting harder than a crit Mortal Strike or Overpower. Past 40, Arms and Fury start to catch up, but Prot still remains viable. Revenge, Shield Mastery, etc...pretty much all of the damage-increasing talents and useful damage reduction talents.

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