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IconLarge Warrior.gif Guerrier
Warrior Crest.png
Jouable parDraeneïDraeneï Draeneï
Draeneï sancteforgeDraeneï sancteforge Draeneï sancteforige
Elfe de la nuitElfe de la nuit Elfe de la nuit
Elfe de sangElfe de sang Elfe de sang
Elfe du videElfe du vide Elfe du vide
GnomeGnome Gnome
GobelinGobelin Gobelin
HumainHumain Humain
Kul TirassienKul Tirassien Kul Tirassien
NainNain Nain
Nain SombreferNain Sombrefer Nain Sombrefer
OrcOrc Orc
Orc Mag'harOrc Mag'har Orc Mag'har
PandarenPandaren Pandaren
Mort-vivantRéprouvé Réprouvé
SacrenuitSacrenuit Sacrenuit
TaurenTauren Tauren
Tauren de Haut-RocTauren de Haut-Roc Tauren de Haut-Roc
TrollTroll Troll
Troll ZandalariTroll Zandalari Troll Zandalari
WorgenWorgen Worgen
SpécialisationsArms Armes (DPS en mêlée)
Fury Furie (DPS en mêlée)
Protection Protection (tank)
Attribut principalForce ou Endurance
Compétences d'armesArcs, Arbalètes, Armes à feu, Dagues, Armes de pugilat, Bâtons, Armes d'hast, Epées à une main ou deux mains, Haches et Masses
Compétences d'armuresPlaque (peut aussi équiper de la Maille, du Cuir ou du Tissu
Coup Mortel
Ignorance de la douleur

Warriors are melee fighters highly trained in the arts of weaponry. They are strong and quick on the battlefield. Clad in plate armor and wielding mighty weapons, they can deal large amounts of damage and are capable of withstanding large amounts of damage to protect other party members. Warrior abilities are fuelled by rage. Rage is generated through damage being dealt to and by the warrior and is capped at 100. Warriors have many abilities capable of aiding rage generation. Druids in Bear Form are much akin to warriors.

Warriors can wear any type of armor, preferring plate. They are able to use shields and can wield any weapon except wands. The primary warrior attributes are strength and stamina.

Warriors are usually to be found leading the Charge into battle, tearing across the battlefield and using furious shouts and terrifying banners to rally their allies and intimidate their enemies. Whether striking down opponents with mighty two-handed weapons, tearing into packs of enemies in a whirlwind of steel, or standing firm in the face of death itself, warriors excel at battle with a range of powerful attacks and battlefield manoeuvres, masters of both skillful strikes and devastating blows.

Vue d'ensemble[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Depuis que la guerre fait rage, des héros de toutes races ont cherché à maîtriser l’art du combat. Les guerriers combinent force, autorité et maîtrise des armes et des armures pour causer des ravages dans des combats épiques. Certains montent au front avec leur bouclier en protection pour bloquer les ennemis, permettant à leurs alliés en soutien à l’arrière de faire usage de leurs sorts et de leurs arcs. D’autres renoncent au bouclier pour lâcher les coups enragés de leurs diverses armes meurtrières sur leurs adversaires les plus proches.[1]

Origine[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

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The vrykul Heimir of the Black Fist is responsible for the training of the first mortal warriors of Azeroth.[2]

Guerriers notables[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Voir également: List of warriors

Alliance Alliance[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

A statue of Anduin Lothar depicting his final charge towards Blackrock Spire.

Horde Horde[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Grommash Hellscream the legendary chieftain of the Warsong clan at the moment before he charged Mannoroth the Destructor which ended in both their deaths.

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Races[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Sark Ragetotem, a tauren warrior.
Parvink, a gnome warrior.
Article détaillé: Warrior races

The warrior class can be played by all available races. Modèle:Warrior attributes

Rage[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Voir article : Rage

Capacités[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Undead warrior charges to an enemy.
A tauren warrior cleaving his foes.
Pummel an instant single target warrior interrupt ability.
For a full list of warrior abilities, see Warrior abilities

Spécialisations[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Pour a full list of specialization abilities, voir Warrior abilities#Specializations.
"Fury" redirige ici. Pour other uses, voir Fury (disambiguation).

There are three Warrior specializations: Arms, Fury, and Protection.

  • Arms is a DPS spec that deals mighty blows with two-handed weapons
  • Fury is a DPS spec focusing on whittling opponents down with rapid dual-wielding strikes
  • Protection is a tanking spec, using shields and one-handed weapons to draw the attention of the party's enemies

Arms[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Warrior preview Arms.jpg
Ability warrior savageblow.png

A battle-hardened master of two-handed weapons, using mobility and overpowering attacks to strike <his/her> opponents down.

Arms warriors are seasoned veterans, using might and ponderous weapons to deal colossal blows to their enemies. Preferring power over speed, Arms warriors specialize in powerful burst damage and control, and can become an unstoppable force, tearing opponents down in just a few mighty blows. Smashing opponents with powerful attacks, Arms warriors are capable of dealing immense amounts of damage in a small space of time.

Across culture and kingdom, men and women who demonstrate great physical aptitude are transformed into mighty warriors through tests of strength, endurance, and fighting capability. Their friendships are forged not in the classroom, tavern, or workshop, but in the dueling pits and on the arena floor. As a childhood of sparring defines a warrior’s destiny, so too does one’s choice of weapon determine their role on the battlefield. Arms warriors gravitate toward two-handed weapons instinctively. It’s more than a matter of preference—it speaks to the character of the wielder. Arms warriors are patient in a fight, waiting to capitalize on moments when an opponent is left exposed. Two-handed weapons allow them to deliver devastating, overpowering blows, fully exploiting their enemies’ weaknesses.[3]

Fury[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Warrior preview Fury.jpg
Ability warrior innerrage.png

A furious berserker wielding a weapon in each hand, unleashing a flurry of attacks to carve <his/her> opponents to pieces.

Fury warriors are dual-wielding berserkers, dealing a rapid succession of wild attacks with each weapon. While all warriors rely on rage to fuel their attacks, Fury warriors focus their anger in a different way, allowing the heat of battle to send them into a bloodthirsty rage, empowering them and unleashing their most powerful attacks. Fury warriors' mastery Mastery: Unshackled Fury further rewards these crazed berserkers.

On the battlefield and in the arena, the most feared combatants are often the furious berserkers who lust for battle and thirst for blood. Through a lifetime of training and sparring, these merciless warriors have become masters of carnage—often wielding a weapon in each hand to maximize the destruction. Even without the protection of a shield, the fury warrior leaves little opportunity for an opponent to strike without suffering grievous wounds in return—delivered in a whirlwind of blades that dooms anyone its wake. Brute force becomes a breathtaking display when fury warriors relentlessly dive into the fray.[3]

Protection[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Warrior preview Protection.jpg
Ability warrior defensivestance.png

A stalwart protector who uses a shield to safeguard <himself/herself> and <his/her> allies.

Protection warriors are stout, dauntless defenders. Using a sturdy shield both to soak up foes' attacks and to dish out damage of their own, Protection warriors can take an immense amount of damage, able to withstand the most powerful of blows. Taunting and demoralizing their enemies with a range of shouts and devastating attacks, Protection warriors are formidable tanks, leading their allies to victory against the mightiest of adversaries.

Like their counterparts, protection warriors are virtually bred for physical dominance, having been raised in the art of close-quarters combat—but their measured approach to battle is what distinguishes them from their comrades-in-arms. They demonstrate an uncanny knack for blade and shield, nullifying an opponent’s advances and creating opportunities for counterattacks. For the protection warrior, being the toughest soldier on the front means nothing if allies are left vulnerable to the enemy’s attack. Stalwart defenders are integral to the success of any military campaign—the protection warrior seeks to be an unbreakable wall.[3]

Galerie[modifier | modifier le wikicode]


Changements lors de patch[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • Legion Patch 7.0.3 (20-07-2016) : Now begins with plate armor at level 1 instead of mail armor.
  • Modèle:Patch 5.2.0
  • MoP Patch 5.0.4 (2012-08-28) :
    • The design of Rage has changed to function more like a valuable resource. Rage generation is also determined by stance, with different stances causing the warrior to generate Rage through dealing damage, taking damage and/or being in combat. Primary attacks now also generate rage.
    • Stances now share a single action bar, rather than changing your action bar, and abilities are no longer restricted by stance.
    • Changing stances no longer causes the warrior to lose Rage, and stances now share a 3-second cooldown.
    • Ranged slot is being removed. Warriors will now throw their main hand item for their Throw ability.
  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.1 (2010-10-12) : Rage is being normalized so that its generation is no longer based on damage done by auto-attacks. Each auto-attack will provide a set amount of Rage, with off-hand weapons granting 50% of the Rage main-hand weapons do.

Références[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  2. The Favored of Odyn#The Lessons of the Blackfist
  3. 3,0, 3,1 et 3,2 Erreur de référence : Balise <ref> incorrecte ; aucun texte n’a été fourni pour les références nommées Class Preview

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