Wow intimidating shout glyph

Posted by / 25-Aug-2016 08:27

The lists below have been separated out into their specific diminishing returns categories.

Each ability shares diminishing returns with the other abilities it has been listed with, and no others.

If you run a lot of heroics, you might want to grab Glyph of Intimidating Shout which turns your Shout into something like the DK’s Hungering Cold which can save lives in the right situations.

As with the prime glyphs, the choices are fairly simple as there really aren’t that many options available to you in these slots.I imagine in Wo D alot of people will keep their eyes out for warriors using Col smash during their rotations, and the new Battle/Defence stance buff that is applied to kill Warriors 100/0 in stuns. Finally, although it's not Warrior based it's good to know healthstone's don't reset their CD unless you leave combat, if you're playing wls don't forget to leave combat for second to restart the cooldown.Right now you can use Taunt, too take you back into defensive stance, it is off global, off the stance change global and can be done whilst bladestorming. However some abilities don't, I.e Shield Barrier, which require you to change the stance manually to use it. Whirlwind (Or Slam)Whilst keeping Rend (The new bleed similar to Deep Wounds) up at all times.Continuing on now with our primer, of sorts, for level 85 entry level tanking, we come to another important part of getting ready for tanking and those would be the glyphs you choose.With the new glyph system in Cataclysm, there are three types of glyphs to look at.

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The third slot is really just down to preference but you will likely want to choose between Glyph of Thunder Cap if you’re having rage issues, Glyph of Resonating Power G if you want just a little more range on your Thunderclap or Glyph of Rapid Charge if you want to really get more use out of Warbringer and the warrior’s unmatched mobility in a fight. These glyphs really have little effect during most fights and just serve the purpose of improving the quality of life.