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A Guide To Creating A Warrior PvP

By Isla I. Sligar

The supreme juggernaut…the raging berserker…the WoW bully…whatever you call the iron-clad warrior, it still belongs in a class of its own. In combat, they like it close and personal; they withstand massively destructive attacks as well while tanking for their teams. When everything fails, they make excellent defensive runners too. That’s what Warriors are and that’s what they do. If you’re rolling a Warrior PvP, it pays to read the information below.

The Warrior’s Abilities The Warrior is the damage powerhouse that other classes can never become. They deal massive damage to their teams with their impressive weapons while outlasting their opponents while tanking for their teams. When in fight, they like it up close with their opponents where they do massive destruction to those near them. Over all, the Warriors are created to rally their teams into the heat of fight.

The Warrior’s Spec Although Warriors have three different talent builds, the best spec perhaps for a Warrior PvP is the Arms build. It is infamous for its Bladestorm and Mortal Strike (a talent know for its very powerful burst damage and debuff) which are very helpful for PvP players as well as the Juggernaut which grants your player the capacity to charge while in combat.

The Fury build, on the other hand, is best for players who want to roll a PvE character. It has very powerful single target damage talents which may also be useful if you’re going for the PvP build. Finally is the tanking side of the Warriors – the Protection Build. It is capable of tanking multiple targets thanks to its abilities from the Protection tree.

Tips for Warrior PvP As a PvP Warrior, the following tips may be helpful when you’re already going to stand against other PvP players.

Make the most of your Rage bar. If you’re familiar with playing casters, you would know that the Rage bar for the Warriors work practically in the same way as with the Mana bar. This bar is crucial in opening up a few special abilities using Rage.

Once enough Rage points have been accumulated, a few very special skills would open up for you. Maximize these. Also, when using your Rage points, remember not to change your Stances every so often.

Know when and how to use your Stances. There is a stance that can be used for any situation. You’d do well to memorize what a specific Stance does. For example, if you doing solo combats, the Battle Stance is excellent, for defensive attacks used the Defensive Stance, and Berserker Stance is best used when you need to deal critical strikes. These also come with drawbacks so you will have to be very familiar with how to use them.

Again, your Stance has an effect on your Rage points so be discriminate with their use.

Finanly, know that your Warrior PvP is effective in combats when there is a primary healer in the group.

The Warrior PvP is a good team player. But for you to make the most of your damage powerhouse, you have to have the best gears, equipment, and talents with you.

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Sligar, Isla I. "A Guide To Creating A Warrior PvP." A Guide To Creating A Warrior PvP. 26 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 19 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/computers-and-technology/a-guide-to-creating-a-warrior-pvp/>.

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