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Arms Warrior PvP Talents and Builds (Shadowlands / 9.1)


Changes to the build in Patch 9.1

Overall, the talent choices are the same as they were in Patch 9.0 and you need not make any changes.


Regular Talents for Arms Warriors

While the above table provides a generally accurate overview of the viability of talents, some finer points are discussed in the sections that follow, and we recommend you read those for a deeper understanding.


Tier 1 (Level 15) Talents

Sudden Death IconSudden Death is the best choice in this tier, because of the raw power Execute IconExecute and Condemn IconCondemn have at the moment.

Skullsplitter IconSkullsplitter and War Machine IconWar Machine both offer additional Rage, but do not compete with the burst potential of Sudden Death IconSudden Death.


Tier 2 (Level 25) Talents

Storm Bolt IconStorm Bolt gives warrior a much-needed on-demand ranged stun, which is incredibly powerful both offensively and defensively. Storm Bolt IconStorm Bolt is a big win condition for the Warrior's team offensively, and is ideal for stopping enemy attempts to kill you or your teammates. This talent is mandatory for competitive PvP.

Double Time IconDouble Time is a very niche talent, which should only be used vs casters that are very difficult to catch up to in 2v2. A good example is Marksmanship Hunter where it can be more beneficial to play with extra mobility, should you lack spells like Blessing of Freedom IconBlessing of Freedom on your team.

Impending Victory IconImpending Victory help to cover up Arms' lack of self healing, but cannot compare to the power of having an on-demand stun. When used well, Storm Bolt IconStorm Bolt can prevent more damage than Impending Victory IconImpending Victory can heal back, and also has its offensive value.


Tier 3 (Level 30) Talents

Massacre IconMassacre amplifies your already-incredible finishing power by letting you Execute IconExecute on a higher threshold. This is a very strong talent, especially since Execute IconExecute can sometimes do more damage than 35% of a player's health.

Rend IconRend is another good choice in this tier. This DoT deals a decent amount of damage and amplifies your critical damage against affected targets. This bonus critical damage is additive and not multiplicative, meaning if you have 200% critical damage, it will add up to 210% critical damage. It is recommended to only consider playing Rend IconRend vs high-Armor targets in a pressure composition such as TSG.

Fervor of Battle IconFervor of Battle is not viable, as you generally do not want to spend too much Rage on fillers in PvP, and this talent encourages that.


Tier 4 (Level 35) Talents

Defensive Stance IconDefensive Stance is what defines the Arms Warrior durability. An on-demand 20% permanent wall is incredibly powerful, and more than what any other spec can offer. Despite the 20% reduction to damage dealt it applies to you in PvP, this talent is still the best for its defensive applications. This talent is mandatory for competitive PvP.

Second Wind IconSecond Wind and Bounding Stride IconBounding Stride do not have enough benefit to compete with Defensive Stance IconDefensive Stance


Tier 5 (Level 40) Talents

Warbreaker IconWarbreaker is the best choice in this tier, replacing Colossus Smash IconColossus Smash to apply the same effect in an AoE around you. This is incredibly strong in conjunction with Bladestorm IconBladestorm, Spear of Bastion IconSpear of Bastion and Ancient Aftershock IconAncient Aftershock for strong burst AoE.

Collateral Damage IconCollateral Damage offers less burst AoE than Warbreaker IconWarbreaker

Cleave IconCleave is not viable because of the heavily reduced damage of your Mastery: Deep Wounds IconMastery: Deep Wounds bleed this season, and your other AoE cooldowns apply the effects of your Mastery on their own.


Tier 6 (Level 45) Talents

Avatar IconAvatar is the strongest because of the root and snare break, as well as the increased burst damage it provides. As the current meta favors burst and strong one shots, this talent has more value than the sustained DPS of In For The Kill IconIn For The Kill

Deadly Calm IconDeadly Calm favors Condemn IconCondemn the most, but is not a very consistent or powerful option.


Tier 7 (Level 50) Talents

Dreadnaught IconDreadnaught is a major increase to your damage output and filler rotation. This is in general your main talent on this row, and should be used nearly always.

Anger Management IconAnger Management provides less consistent damage than Dreadnaught IconDreadnaught, and its only application is to be able to reduce Warbreaker IconWarbreaker's cooldown below that of enemy Disarm IconDisarm effects. Alternatively, you can combine this talent with Storm of Destruction IconStorm of Destruction and Unhinged IconUnhinged for high pressure Bladestorm IconBladestorm builds, but this does not beat out Dreadnaught IconDreadnaught competitively.

There is no reason to play Ravager IconRavager, it is easy to avoid and you give up the CC immunity of Bladestorm IconBladestorm.


PvP Talents for Arms Warriors

You can choose 3 of the following PvP talents. Each of them has their uses, but some are better for certain matchups than others.


Mandatory PvP Talents

Sharpen Blade IconSharpen Blade is the only mandatory talent. This ability is essential for landing killing blows and is a great way to quickly drain Mana from the enemy healer.

Be sure to not use this ability when the enemy is at full health, but rather as a followup to a CC chain, or when you suspect the enemy healer is going to spend expensive heals such as Shadow Mend IconShadow Mend or Flash of Light IconFlash of Light in a clutch

Death Sentence IconDeath Sentence is incredibly powerful for Venthyr Arms Warriors, but remains really strong for non-Venthyr. The ability received a massive buff coming into Shadowlands by allowing it to once again work with Massacre IconMassacre and Sudden Death IconSudden Death. This ability allows you a great deal of mobility, and allows you to hold on to Charge IconCharge and Heroic Leap IconHeroic Leap in many cases.


Situational PvP Talents

Storm of Destruction IconStorm of Destruction reduces the cooldown of your Bladestorm IconBladestorm to 1 minute, which is great to make it line up with Spear of Bastion IconSpear of Bastion and makes the Legendary effectUnhinged IconUnhinged even deadlier. Use this talent vs compositions where you do not need to play overly defensive or want the shorter cooldown for root breaks. Alternatively, you can switch out Death Sentence IconDeath Sentence for this talent against melee cleaves that have no means of running away from you, such as Warrior + Enhancement Shaman or Warrior + Retribution Paladin.

War Banner IconWar Banner is incredibly powerful vs teams with a lot of crowd control, like RMP (Rogue/Mage/Priest) or Jungle Cleave (Feral Druid/Hunter/Priest). Timed correctly, this ability alone can completely ruin the enemy team's setup and cooldowns.

Master and Commander IconMaster and Commander received nerfs in the last season, and is at present not worth considering in an arena environment as it offers less defensive power than the other PvP talents. This PvP talent really shines in the Rated Battleground bracket, and you should consider bringing it with you there. Master and Commander IconMaster and Commander also benefits from Inspiring Presence IconInspiring Presence.

Disarm IconDisarm has a short cooldown and can completely ruin the damage of weapon-based classes like Frost Death Knight or Subtlety Rogue. This ability can even be used offensively vs specializations that require weapons for their defensives, such as stopping another Arms Warrior from using Die by the Sword IconDie by the Sword or a Death Knight from using Death Strike IconDeath Strike

Duel IconDuel is a powerful alternative vs enemies that cannot be CC'd with Disarm IconDisarm. Good times to pick this talent are vs Retribution Paladins, Destruction Warlocks, and Feral Druids.

Demolition IconDemolition was buffed in Patch 9.1 to do even further damage to shields. Big shields have made a return this season through Fleshcraft IconFleshcraft. This talent is recommended to pick up against Warlocks for their Dark Pact IconDark Pact and Mistweaver Monks for their Life Cocoon IconLife Cocoon.

  • 13 Oct. 2021: Adjusted recommended talents.
  • 02 Jul. 2021: Updated for Patch 9.1.
  • 16 May 2021: Updated Mandatory PvP Talents.
  • 27 Dec. 2020: Rewritten by Karanze for Shadowlands Season 1
  • 29 Nov. 2020: Removed outdated Traits and Essences.
  • 26 Oct. 2020: Updated Talent Table.
  • 14 Oct. 2020: Updated for Shadowlands pre-patch.

Beast Mastery Hunter PvP Talents and Builds (Shadowlands / 9.1)


Talent Choices for Beast Mastery Hunters

While the above table provides a generally accurate overview of the viability of talents, some finer points are discussed in the sections that follow, and we recommend you read those for a deeper understanding.


Tier 1 (Level 15) Talents

Animal Companion IconAnimal Companion is the best choice in this tier. This will help increase your overall damage.


Tier 2 (Level 25) Talents

Scent of Blood IconScent of Blood is the best choice in this tier. This increases your burst damage when you activate Bestial Wrath IconBestial Wrath.


Tier 3 (Level 30) Talents

Natural Mending IconNatural Mending is the best choice in this tier. Just by dealing damage you reduce the cooldown of one of your crucial survivability spells, Exhilaration IconExhilaration. If your team wants a strong opener and you are willing to sacrifice some survivability, Camouflage IconCamouflage is another good option to use.


Tier 4 (Level 35) Talents

A Murder of Crows IconA Murder of Crows is the best choice in this tier. This is a significant increase to your burst damage.


Tier 5 (Level 40) Talents

Posthaste IconPosthaste is the best choice in this tier. This will help you avoid incoming damage from both melee and ranged classes. You can use it to run away and keep dealing damage or use it to get out of line of sight of incoming damage.


Tier 6 (Level 45) Talents

Stomp IconStomp is the best choice in this tier. This is a solid increase to your overall sustained damage. It is important to note that this ability does deal area of effect (AoE) damage. This means that if an enemy is in crowd control and you use Stomp IconStomp, you can potentially break it with this ability.


Tier 7 (Level 50) Talents

Aspect of the Beast IconAspect of the Beast is the best choice in this tier. This is another talent that increases your overall sustained damage.


PvP Talents for Beast Mastery Hunters

You can choose 3 of the following PvP talents. Each of them has their uses, but some are better for certain strategies than others. The top three choices are the most useful, but can be replaced with other PvP talents, depending on your team's goal.


Mandatory PvP Talents

Roar of Sacrifice IconRoar of Sacrifice instructs your pet to protect a friendly target from critical strikes, making attacks against that target unable to be critical strikes, but 20% of all damage taken by that target is also taken by the pet. It lasts 12 seconds and this is a powerful defensive cooldown that is helpful for you and your teammates. With a cooldown of only 1 minute, this is an ability that your healer can call-out to use if they are stuck in crowd control.

Kindred Beasts IconKindred Beasts is another strong PvP talent that should be used in almost any situation. This reduces important pet abilities that you can activate, such as Master's Call IconMaster's Call and Survival of the Fittest IconSurvival of the Fittest.


Situational PvP Talents

Dire Beast: Basilisk IconDire Beast: Basilisk summons a slow-moving basilisk near the target for 25 seconds that attacks the target for heavy damage. If your team wants to play very aggressive, this is the talent that will help you. You can replace Spider Sting IconSpider Sting with this talent.

Survival Tactics IconSurvival Tactics causes Feign Death IconFeign Death to remove all harmful magical effects, and reduces damage taken by 99% for 1.5 seconds. This is a mandatory talent when playing against classes with multiple DoTs (Affliction Warlock, Shadow Priest, Balance Druid). This reduces the enemies' overall damage and helps your healer with dispelling harmful effects. You can also use this to stop incoming spells that are being cast on you.

Pets do not have talent trees, and instead have their own types of specialization (Cunning, Ferocity, or Tenacity).

Each specialization gives your pet a few abilities. Cunning provides the ability Master's Call IconMaster's Call, by far the best pet ability to have. To get the Mortal Wounds IconMortal Wounds debuff from your pets, you will need one of the following pets:

  • Devilsaur
  • Ravager
  • Raptor
  • Hyena
  • 09 Jul. 2021: Updated PvP Talents.
  • 06 Jul. 2021: Updated Tier 3 regular talents and updated PvP talents.
  • 07 Jun. 2021: Updated Best Pets.
  • 23 Mar. 2021: Updated Talent Table.
    • Updated Tiers 1 and 2 Regular Talents.
  • 14 Oct. 2020: Updated for Shadowlands pre-patch.
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The PvP Talents system, introduced in Battle for Azeroth, allows the player to choose from several PvP-oriented abilities to augment their character. Each character can choose up to three PvP talents. Its general concept originated with Legion's honor talents system, and a number of PvP talents began as honor talents. Unlike honor talents, however, PvP talents are unlocked simply by leveling up and do not require the player to grind honor.

PvP talents' effects are always active in PvP instances, such as battlegrounds and arenas; and always inactive in PvE instances, such as raids and dungeons. In the open world, PvP talents are active as long as War Mode is turned on. Because of this, PvP talents can also be used in open-world questing and farming.

PvP talents can be changed during the beginning of a PvP match, or while in a rest area in the open world.

Full listings of the PvP talents available to each class can be found on that class's abilities page, e.g.: Priest abilities#PvP talents.

Gaining PvP talents

On the right-hand side of the Talents pane, three PvP talent slots can be seen after level 20, when the first is unlocked. The other two are unlocked at level 30 and level 40. Each of the three slots allows the player to choose a PvP talent from a shared pool. These talents may improve the player's abilities, give new abilities, or grant passive effects.

Official preview

From the Battle for Azeroth PvP preview:

With Battle for Azeroth, we’re making changes to how we’re handling talents in PvP. In Legion’s current Honor Talent system, talents become available as you earn Honor levels through participating in PvP, which puts players looking to get into PvP for the first time at a disadvantage until they earn the tools everyone else already has. In Battle for Azeroth, we’re streamlining the system so that PvP talents will become available as you level, keeping players on more even footing.
In Legion, PvP talents were organized in rows of three, much like regular class talents; in Battle for Azeroth, players will be able to select any three PvP talents from a large pool of options, along with a special crowd-control-breaking talent (variations on the old “PvP trinket”).
You’ll earn this crowd-control breaker at level 20, choosing from one of three available options via a fly-out menu. By level 110, all PvP talent options will be available to choose within the Talent pane (N). This system offers more options for customizing your character to suit your play style or your environment, whether that’s world PvP, Battlegrounds, Arenas, or the new Dueler’s Guild (more on that below). As with your class talents, you’ll need to be in a rested area to switch between these.


  • Prior to Shadowlands, there were four slots in total. The first offered a choice of PvP trinket-type talents, and the rest worked as they do today, offering a shared pool of class-specific PvP talents.
  • Because hero classes started at higher levels before the Shadowlandslevel squish, they unlocked their PvP talent slots at different levels than standard classes:
    • Standard classes unlocked their slots at levels 20, 40, 70, and 110;
    • Death knights (which started at level 55) unlocked theirs at 56, 57, 70, and 110;
    • And demon hunters (which started at level 98) unlocked theirs at 100, 101, 102, and 110.


  • PvP Talents in Battle for Azeroth

Patch changes

  • ShadowlandsPatch 9.0.1(2020-10-13):
  • Battle for AzerothPatch 8.0.1(2018-07-17): Added, replacing honor talents.

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