Recommend a talent tree for Warrior

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User Info: Dizzy_Kronic

Dizzy_Kronic
8 years ago#1
Can you guys please recommend me where to place my talent points for a warrior? Like on Thottbot, where u can see where you would place the points...

User Info: Toi1etDuck

Toi1etDuck
8 years ago#2
Fury/Arms = DPS
Protection = Tank

Choose one, then decide whether you prefer 2H Weapons or Dual Wielding.

Fury = Dual Wield
Arms = 2H
Protection = 1H + Shield

Then www.wowwiki.com for builds.
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User Info: DirtyDoug

DirtyDoug
8 years ago#3
So.. you want a talent calculator? Or you want us to suggest a build?
http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=L

I'm too tired right now to allocate the points myself, especially seeing as you didn't say prot / fury / arms.
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User Info: Dizzy_Kronic

Dizzy_Kronic
8 years ago#4
Wow, so I have been using 1H + Shield all this time but have been using Fury lol....And yes, if u guys could show me the talent calculator with it distributed (if you have the time). How much does it cost to restart my talent points for the first time?

User Info: Toi1etDuck

Toi1etDuck
8 years ago#5
These are some builds Im playing with for my Warrior at the moment. There not perfect but definatly a good starting point for you.

Fury:

http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=LZGxe0Eiu0xRVkVZb

Arms:

http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=LVMhbfhzVfrRccRthx

Hope that helps!
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User Info: Dizzy_Kronic

Dizzy_Kronic
8 years ago#6
Thanks, so nobody seems to like Protection much? Is there a disadvantage to using a shield instead of 2 weapons?

User Info: amzgspyderman

amzgspyderman
8 years ago#7
it's 1g for the first respec, 5g for the second, adding 5g for each additional time you do it. the respec cost will begin to decay if you don't respec for a month, going as low as 10g.
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User Info: pies12

pies12
8 years ago#8
Prot is apparently better after I think 50 for levelling. (I have no experience, never having levelled a warrior.)
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User Info: Toi1etDuck

Toi1etDuck
8 years ago#9
Protection is a good build don't get me wrong, I just prefer straight up DPS so I only have Arms and Fury builds made up for myself.

Protection Warriors make excellent Tanks in Raids/Instances and since the patch they hold their own in PVP too!

Just go with whatever suits your playstyle.
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User Info: macondead

macondead
8 years ago#10
Here's the spec I used for levelling. First get the stuff in the fury tree, then go arms. Oh, and switch out the weapon mastery to whichever weapon you happen to be using.

http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=LVMhbfhzVfrRccRthx
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