Intimidating shout macro target

My choices: Ally -Human: My personal race of choice if I am rolling ally. Every Man for Himself makes it so that you still reap the benefits of having a PVP trinket without taking up an item slot.

Additionally the increased stealth detection can come in handy. I personally like using crit metas instead of stun reducers, which means that I can get eaten alive by rogues.

However, since the meta was removed and other rings have been added (i.e. As a donor I personally use 2 Ashen Bands of Endless Health.

They add a fair bit of health which nicely offsets the health I lose from using Sulfuras instead of frostmorne.

Played “properly” and well, you’re an unstoppable force that any class is going to have a hard time against.

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Very useful and VERY annoying/hard to fight against, trust me) -Glyph of Whirlwind (reduces cd of whirlwind by 2 seconds, better dps.) -Glyph of shock wave (reduces cd by 3 seconds. Stun locks rule) Only minors that really make a difference are -Charge (Increases range by 5 yards) -Thunder clap (increases radius by 2 yards) There aren’t too many choices as far as armor goes, just use the best gear available to you, striving for sr3/remorseful. Not only does it dish out a ton of damage, but it has 3 meta slots, which are even more valuable now that the overall metas for warriors have been decreased with patch 3.5.

This means that you can keep up with them if they get speed bursts, so they can’t kite you.

Against rogues and mages, where you are going to be spending most of your time in defensive stance with a shield equipped, use the attack power trinkets. This is particularly useful when revenge spamming rogues.

Talents and Glyphs Not too many tricks with warriors when it comes to talents.

The only one I can think of off the top of my head is Juggernaut in the Arms tree.

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