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Ok i need help me and my wife plays WoW i am not fond of Warriors but, I sorta always want to level one. Well my wife is playing a priest and is doing decently well. So here is the problem i only plan on leveling the warrior to the point of northrend(he is an engineer for the mechohog). He is 58th and i am not doing to well in the outlands i am using a fury spec. Compaired to my pally DK and Warlock i feel like i am just not doing well.
So here is the real question with her on her priest and me on my warrior should i stay fury or go to prot or arms to make our leveling easier and faster and if so which of the basic specs should i do?
Here is the spec i am using i know it is a slightly modified spec and my toon is a Tuaren.
Oh and i know i will hear things like L2P but, i am just not much for warriors.
Question is how is your gear? Since you're in outlands, getting the initial outlands gear can be a bit rough. Once you get that gear though, you should be sitting pretty. Remember that ourlands mobs have more health, do more damage, etc.
I would go with this
. You're spec is close, but talents like improved cleave are worthless. You could try arms or prot if you want, or you can stay fury. Keep in mind that at 60, you can the all powerful
talent, at the end of the fury tree.
If you are leveling with your wife, stay dps imo. She can toss you a heal from time to time and dot up the mobs you attack. She can also go shadow to help in the dps department. Another route you can go is for her to be a healer, you to change to a tank, and run instances till Northren. Should give her some practice healing if that's what she wants to do eventually.
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Thanks you two i was just wondering if i was doing decent because on my pally/DK/and Lock i flew though the beginning of outlands thanks. and thanks for the advice on the cleave and spec for the fury.
I would tough it out until you hit 60 and have replaced both weapons and at least half your armor with Outland gear (the green quest reward stuff is fine).
Hellfire Peninsula was designed around people coming from Azeroth at level 60 with a lot of level 50-60 blue quality gear. Since everybody levels so fast nowadays and nobody farms pre-Outland instances, most people show up in Hellfire Peninsula wearing a random assortment of level 20-50 green gear, and the first twenty quests or so can be really tough, especially for a class as dependent on gear as the warrior.
Once you get your gear updated you'll be fine. There's another gear gap going from Outland to Northrend, but the early quests are easier and are designed to update your gear really fast, so you probably won't notice it.
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