Season of Discovery Phase 2: All Warrior Runes and How to Get them!

SoD All Warrior Runes

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INTRODUCTION

Welcome to our Season of Discovery Phase 2: All Warrior Runes blog post! In this post we will discuss everything regarding Warrior Runes, where you can find them, how you can obtain them, and what you will get when you learn them.

Season of Discovery is all about getting Runes in order to build up, increase the capability, ability and power of your Character, it’s like that for every Class and this includes the Warrior and Warrior Runes. By knowing where, how and why you should obtain these Runes, you will be one step closer in realizing your full potential on a Class.

If you wish to read more about All Class Runes, check out our post, or check out which Skill Books your Class has!

However, when it comes to specific Warrior Runes, keep on reading!

What are Runes or Rune Engravings in Season of Discovery? 

In WoW Classic’s Season of Discovery, Runes serve as items that are slotted into gear, granting passive effects or unlocking new spells or abilities for the character. They are exclusive to this particular season and are not available in other iterations of the game. Blizzard has implemented the rune system as a means to explore new class fantasies and to address balancing issues by empowering weaker specs. Furthermore, some runes offer effects that enable classes to fulfill entirely new roles, expanding gameplay possibilities. For instance, a Warlocks and Rogue can become a Tank, Mages can be Healers etc.

Each rune is designed for a specific gear slot. Phase 1 of the Season of Discovery introduced runes for the Chest,Hands, and Legs slots. Phase 2 expands upon this by introducing runes for the Waist and Feet slots. Additional runes for other equipment slots are slated to be introduced in subsequent phases of the season.

Note: The notable features of runes is their flexibility. They can be swapped out at any time, provided your character is not in combat. You can expect to receive your first rune through a Quest from your Class trainer at level 2. As the Season of Discovery progresses through further phases, additional runes will be introduced, that will change the gameplay experience and providing everyone with more options for customization and specialization.

Why are Runes important to a Warrior? 

Warrior Runes are important in SoD because of the effect that they have on the Class overall. We’ve known the Warrior to be quite difficult, especially in the beginning when you start the Leveling process. Not having the ability to heal or to keep range with creatures and mobs across the world can definitely slow down the gradual Character progression. However, with certain Runes that became available in Season of Discovery, the Warrior becomes viable from the very start. So lets see which Warrior Runes are available in SoD Phase 2!

All Warrior Runes added in Season of Discovery Phase 2

The following Warrior Runes were added in Phase 2 and have been found. So their existence and method of obtaining is already known!

  • Blood Surge (Waist Rune) – Heroic Strike, Bloodthirst, and Whirlwind have a 30% chance to make your next Slam within 15 sec instant and cost no Rage.
  • Focused Rage (Waist Rune) – Reduces the rage cost of your offensive abilities by 3.
  • Precise Timing (Waist Rune) – Slam is now instant but has a 6 sec cooldown.
  • Enraged Regeneration (Feet Rune) – Heals you for 30% of your maximum health over 10 sec, but can only be used while Enrage, Berserker Rage, or Bloodrage is active. Useable while Stunned.
  • Intervene (Feet Rune) – Run at high speed towards a party member, intercepting the next melee or ranged attack made against them as well as reducing their total threat by 10%.
  • Rallying Cry (Feet Rune) – Let loose a rallying cry, granting all party and raid members within 40 yards 15% increased maximum health for 10 sec.

Season of Discovery Datamined Warrior Class Runes – Phase Unknown (Not Confirmed)

    • Commanding Shout (Legs Rune) – The warrior shouts, increasing the Stamina of all party members within 30 yards by 2. Lasts 2 min.
    • Shield Mastery (Head Rune) – Increases all physical damage you deal by 10% while you have a shield equipped, and reduces the duration of all Disarm effects used against you by 50%. This does not stack with other Disarm duration reducing effects.
    • Taste for Blood (Head Rune) – Whenever your Rend ability causes damage, your Overpower ability will activate for 9 sec or 1 attack. This effect will not occur more than once every 6 sec.
    • Vigilance (Head Rune) – Focus your protective gaze on a party or raid member, reducing their damage taken by 3% and transferring 10% of the threat they cause to you. In addition, each time they are hit by an attack your Taunt cooldown is refreshed. Lasts 30 min. This effect can only be on one target at a time.
    • Rampage (Wrist Rune) – Warrior goes on a rampage, increasing attack power by 2% and causing most successful melee attacks to increase attack power by an additional 2%. This effect will stack up to 5 times. Lasts 30 sec. This ability can only be used after scoring a critical hit.
    • Sword and Board (Wrist Rune) – When your Devastate and Revenge abilities deal damage they have a 30% chance of refreshing the cooldown of your Shield Slam ability and reducing its Rage cost by 100% for 5 sec.
    • Wrecking Crew (Wrist Rune) – Your melee critical hits Enrage you, increasing all physical damage caused by 10% for 12 sec. This effect does not stack with Enrage.

How to get All Warrior Runes in SoD Phase 2

We will do our best to cover the first few Runes in order of their availability. Meaning there are some you can get only in the starting areas when you level and then we’ll move towards others that are scattered throughout Azeroth.

How to get Victory Rush Rune for Warrior in SoD?

Once you reach Level 2, you will be given a Quest in your starting Zone. It’s different for most Races in WoW, so we’ll cover all of them individually.

Getting the Victory Rush Rune as a Human Warrior

  1. You will get a Quest Investigate Echo Ridge at Level 2 from Marshal McBride, in Northshire in Elwyn Forest at the Human starting Zone.
  2. The Quest will take you into the Echo Ridge Mine. At the back of the mine, you will find a chest containing Rune of Victory Rush, which will teach you how to Engrave this ability into the Gloves slot.

Getting the Victory Rush Rune as a Dwarf or a Gnome Warrior

  1. You will get a Quest Simple Rune at Level 2 from Sten Stoutarm, in Coldridge Valley in Dun Morogh (30,71) at the Dwarf and Gnome starting Zone.
  2. The Quest will take you into to Thran Khorman. He will give you another Quest that requires you to kill Trolls.
  3. One of the Trolls drops the Rune of Victory Rush, which will teach you how to Engrave this ability into the Gloves slot.

Getting the Victory Rush Rune as a Night Elf Warrior

  1. You will get a Quest Amidst the Shadowed Webs at Level 2 from Alyssia in Shadowglen, in Teldrassil (60,39) at the Night Elf starting Zone.
  2. The Quest will take you into the cave where you will have to kill Spiders until the Rune of Victory Rush drops which will teach you how to Engrave this ability into the Gloves slot.

Getting the Victory Rush Rune as an Undead Warrior

  1. Get the level 2 quest The Lost Rune from Dannal Stern in Tirisfal Glades (33,66).
  2. Go to the Night Web’s Hollow (28,59). In the cave, you will find a chest containing the Rune of Victory Rush, which will teach you how to Engrave this ability into the Gloves slot.

Getting the Victory Rush Rune as a Tauren Warrior

  1. Get the level 2 quest Into the Brambles from Harutt Thunderhorn located in the Red Cloud Mesa in Mulgore (44,76).
  2. Go east into Brambleblade Ravine, where you will find a chest (61,75) containing the Rune of Victory Rush, which will teach you how to Engrave this ability into the Gloves slot.

Getting the Victory Rush Rune as an Orc or a Troll Warrior

  1. Get the level 2 quest A Trial of Fitness from Frang in the Valley of Trials in Durotar (43,69).
  2. You then have to solve a small jumping puzzle to find the hidden chest in the cliffs behind Frang. If you are confused or need help in finding it, here’s a VIDEO! Once you loot the chest, you will get the Rune of Victory Rush, which will teach you how to Engrave this ability into the Gloves slot.

How to get Furious Thunder Rune for Warrior in SoD?

The Furious Thunder Rune in Seas on of Discovery is located in the starting Zones for all Races. We will let you know exactly where and from which creature/mob it drops and where you can find them.

  • Elwyn Forest

Drops from Goldtooth who is located in the Mine. (42,79)

  • Dun Morogh

Drops from the following mobs:

  1. Fyodi near Brewnall Village. (28,42)
  2. Vagash east of Kharanos. (62,48)
  3. Old Icebeard southwest of Kharanos. (38,53)
  4. Edan the Howler west of Kharanos. (41,47)
  5. Mangeclaw. (79,36.8)
  6. Vejrek. (27.8,57.4)
  • Teldrassil

Found in a Gnarlpine Cache in the Barrow Den. (45,60)

  • Durotar

Drops from the following mobs:

  1. Sarkoth in the southwest. (40,76)
  2. Death Flayer west of Razor Hill. (37,51)
  3. Gazz’uz to the north, in a cave. (52,10)
  4. Lightning Hide in the northwest. (41,25)
  5. Zalazane on the Echo Isles. (67.6, 87.8)
  • Mulgore

Drops from the following mobs:

  1. Mazzranache north of Bloodhoof Village.
  2. Arra’chea in the north of Mulgore, west of Red Rocks.
  3. Snagglespear south of Bloodhoof Village (around 51,70).
  4. Lurkmane in the west of Mulgore (31,62).
  5. Ghost Howl in the north and northwest of Mulgore.
  6. The Rake northeast of Thunder Bluff.
  • Tirisfal Glades

Drops from Gillgar who patrols a pond west of the Scarlet Tower at Solliden Farmstead (26,48).

How to get Blood Frenzy Rune for Warrior in SoD?

The Blood Frenzy Rune in Season of Discovery is located in the starting Zones for all Races. You have to find and defeat the Wandering Swordsman. Bear in mind that this foe is not that easy to overcome, so make sure that you either have a friend with you, or that you have all the abilities and a Health Potion at your disposal before you engage. We will mention where you can find the Wandering Swordsman, but they usually move around in a zone in a pathing pattern, so using a macro such as /target Wandering Swordsman. Lets cover where you can find each of them:

  • Dun Morogh

  1. You have to find the Wandering Swordsman that is located in Dun Morogh (around 53.6,47.6). He will be friendly before you challenge him to a Duel.
  2. Once you defeat him, he will leave a small chest that you have to open and then you will find the Blood Frenzy Rune. This Rune goes into the Chest slot.
  • Elwyn Forest

  1. You have to find the Wandering Swordsman that is located in Elwyn Forest, west or southwest of Goldshire. In Elwyn you can find him at (25.2, 70.6),(30.6, 74.2), (40.8, 72.6) and (36.6, 79.8). He will be friendly before you challenge him to a Duel.
  2. Once you defeat him, he will leave a small chest that you have to open and then you will find the Blood Frenzy Rune. This Rune goes into the Chest slot.
  • Teldrassil

  1. You have to find the Wandering Swordsman that is located in Teldrassil, west or southwest of Goldshire. In Teldrassil you can find him at (43.8, 77.0), (62.6, 71.8), (39.8, 37.6), (39.8, 69.4), and (54.8, 66.0). He will be friendly before you challenge him to a Duel.
  2. Once you defeat him, he will leave a small chest that you have to open and then you will find the Blood Frenzy Rune. This Rune goes into the Chest slot.
  • Durotar

  1. You have to find the Wandering Swordsman that is located in Durotar, you can find him at (37.0, 46.8), (56.0, 38.6), and (56.6, 26.6). He will be friendly before you challenge him to a Duel.
  2. Once you defeat him, he will leave a small chest that you have to open and then you will find the Blood Frenzy Rune. This Rune goes into the Chest slot.
  • Mulgore

  1. You have to find the Wandering Swordsman that is located in Mulgore, you can find him at (45.6 36.4), (51.8 39.2), (40.6 53.8), and (60.2 67.6). He will be friendly before you challenge him to a Duel.
  2. Once you defeat him, he will leave a small chest that you have to open and then you will find the Blood Frenzy Rune. This Rune goes into the Chest slot.
  • Tirisfal Glades

  1. You have to find the Wandering Swordsman that is located in Tirisfal Glades, you can find him southeast of Balnir Farmstead around (79.4 64.8). He will be friendly before you challenge him to a Duel.
  2. Once you defeat him, he will leave a small chest that you have to open and then you will find the Blood Frenzy Rune. This Rune goes into the Chest slot.

How to get the Devastate Rune for Warrior in SoD?

If you wish to get the Devastate Rune, you will have to defeat different mobs in your starting Zone and collect their parts as proof. Depending on the Race that you pick the heads will differ, but the principle is the same and is adapted to the Zone and the mobs that are located in it. In Season of Discovery you will be able to obtain this Rune as follows:

  • Dun Morogh

You have to collect heads from 3 different types of mobs in Dun Morogh. Those are:

  1. Pristine Trogg Heart – you can get this from the Rockjaw Troggs.
  2. Severed Troll Head – you can get this from the Frostmane Trolls.
  3. Severed Wendigo Paw – you can get this from Wendigos in Dun Morogh.

Bear in mind that these have no requirements and can drop for any mob of this type in the Zone. Once you’ve collected all Three of the items, you will have to go to Kharanoss and turn them in to Junni Steelpass, that will provide you with the Rune of Devastate which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • Elwyn Forest

You have to collect heads from 3 different types of mobs in Elwyn Forest. Those are:

  1. Severed Kobold Head – you can get this from the Kobolds in Elwyn Forest mines.
  2. Severed Murloc Head – you can get this from the Murlocs around Elwyn Forest lakes.
  3. Severed Gnoll Head – you can get this from Riverpaw Gnolls located southwest of Goldshire, they will be directly south from the road when you journey into Westfall.

Bear in mind that these have no requirements and can drop for any mob of this type in the Zone. Once you’ve collected all Three of the heads, you will have to go to Stormwind and turn them in to Victoria Woods, that will provide you with the Rune of Devastate which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • Teldrassil

You have to collect heads from 3 different types of mobs in Teldrassil. Those are:

  1. Severed Spider Head – you can get this from the Webwood Spiders.
  2. Severed Tiger Head – you can get this from the Nightsabers.
  3. Severed Owl Head – you can get this from Strigid Owls.

Bear in mind that these have no requirements and can drop for any mob of this type in the Zone. Once you’ve collected all Three of the heads, you will have to go to Darnassus and turn them in to Delwynna, that will provide you with the Rune of Devastate which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • Durotar

You have to collect heads from 3 different types of mobs in Durotar. Those are:

  1. Severed Quillboar Head – you can get this from the Razormane Quillboar.
  2. Severed Harpy Head – you can get this from the Dustwind Harpies.
  3. Severed Centaur Head – you can get this from the Kolkar Centaur.

Bear in mind that these have no requirements and can drop for any mob of this type in the Zone. Once you’ve collected all Three of the heads, you will have to go to Razor Hill and turn them in to Vahi Bonesplitter, that will provide you with the Rune of Devastate which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • Mulgore

You have to collect heads from 3 different types of mobs in Durotar. Those are:

  1. Severed Quillboar Head – you can get this from the Bristleback Quillboar.
  2. Severed Harpy Head – you can get this from the Windfury Harpies.
  3. Severed Gnoll Head – you can get this from the Palemane Gnolls.

Bear in mind that these have no requirements and can drop for any mob of this type in the Zone. Once you’ve collected all Three of the heads, you will have to go to Bloodhoof Village and turn them in to Vateya Timberhoof, that will provide you with the Rune of Devastate which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • Tirisfal Glades

You have to collect heads from 3 different types of mobs in Durotar. Those are:

  1. Severed Bat Head – you can get this from the Duskbats.
  2. Severed Murloc Head – you can get this from the Vile Fin Murlocs.
  3. Severed Gnoll Head – you can get this from the Rot Hide Gnolls.

Bear in mind that these have no requirements and can drop for any mob of this type in the Zone. Once you’ve collected all Three of the heads, you will have to go to Undercity and turn them in to Dorac Graves, that will provide you with the Rune of Devastate which goes into the Gloves slot.

How to get the Frenzied Assault Rune for Warrior in SoD?

One of the more important Warrior Leveling Runes is the Frenzied Assault Rune. It will enable you to defeat mobs with ease, and procs quite often even on Hamstring and Rend abilities which require little rage to be used. In order to obtain this Rune, you will have to defeat a mob that is located close to the NPC that gives the Rune. It involves you defeating another NPC that is in some way a nuisance to the NPC that provides the Rune. Lets see how to get this Rune in various starting Zones.

  • Dun Morogh

  1. You will have to talk to Bruuk Barleybeard in Ironforge. (72, 77)
  2. He will tell you to get rid of Bruart.
  3. Once you’ve defeated Bruart, you talk to Bruuk again and he will provide you with the Rune of Frenzied Assault that goes into the Legs slot.
  • Elwyn Forest

  1. Go to Stormwind and find Liv Bradford. (23, 65)
  2. She will tell you to get rid of Stuart.
  3. Once you’ve defeated Stuart, you talk to Liv again and she will provide you with the Rune of Frenzied Assault that goes into the Legs slot.
  • Teldrassil

  1. Go to Dolanaar and talk to the Innkeeper Keldamyr. (23, 65)
  2. He will ask you to get rid of Syllart.
  3. Once you’ve defeated Syllart, you talk to Keldamyr again and he will provide you with the Rune of Frenzied Assault that goes into the Legs slot.
  • Durotar

  1. Go to Orgrimmar and talk to the Zamja. (58, 54)
  2. He will ask you to get rid of Gru’ark.
  3. Once you’ve defeated Gru’ark, you talk to Zamja again and he will provide you with the Rune of Frenzied Assault that goes into the Legs slot.
  • Mulgore

  1. Go to Thunder Bluff and talk to the Netali Proudwind – in the Spirit Rise. (29, 18)
  2. She will ask you to get rid of Mooart.
  3. Once you’ve defeated Mooart, you talk to Netali again and she will provide you with the Rune of Frenzied Assault that goes into the Legs slot.
  • Tirisfal Glades

  1. Go to Brill and talk to the Penny Hawkins. (62, 52)
  2. She will ask you to get rid of Blueheart.
  3. Once you’ve defeated Blueheart, you talk to Penny again and she will provide you with the Rune of Frenzied Assault that goes into the Legs slot.

How to get the Endless Rage Rune for Warrior in SoD?

The second name of the Warrior is ‘Rage’, not only that, but ‘No Rage’. The Endless Rage get rids of this issue for the Class and provides quite a significant bonus depending on what your role is and which aspect of the game you are focused on. Getting Endless Rage is definitely something you won’t regret as a Warrior. This rune is obtained in secondary Questing Zones by defeating different mobs. Lets see where exactly and from which mobs!

  • Darkshore

The Rune of Endless Rage is dropped by Lady Sedorax, that is located near the Cliffspring River. Simply defeat the mob and loot the Rune.

  • Westfall

The rune in this Zone is dropped by multiple mobs.

  1. Master Digger at the Jangolode Mine. (45.8, 18.2)
  2. Old Murk-Eye on the coastline of Westfall.
  3. Slark that’s also located on the coast of Westfall. This is a Rare NPC.
  4. Sergeant Brashclaw – west of Saldean’s Farm. This is a Rare NPC.
  5. Brack on the coast of Westfall. This is a Rare NPC.

The Rune of Endless Rage is dropped by any of these NPC’s and you simply loot and learn this Rune Engraving.

  • Loch Modan

In Loch Modan you get it in two steps:

  1. You have to Kill Elite Ogres at the Mo’grosh Stronghold and loot the Battle Totem.
  2. Use the Battle Totem to challenge Haren Swifthoof.

When you defeat him, you will be able to loot the Rune of Endless Rage.

  • The Barrens

A few steps that are pretty straightforward here.

  1. Find the Horde Warbanner at the Crossroads.
  2. Travel to Northwatch Hold and replace the Alliance banner there.
  3. Once you do that, Liutenant Stonebrew will appear.

When you defeat him, you will be able to loot the Rune of Endless Rage.

  • Silverpine Forest

One of the easier ways to acquire the Endless Rage Rune. Be careful of the Son of Arugal!

  1. Go to the Skittering Dark and free someone from a Web Wrap in the cave.
  2. Once you do that, a Lost Adventurer will be freed from it.

When you defeat him, you will be able to loot the Rune of Endless Rage.

How to get the Quick Strike Rune for Warrior in SoD?

The Quick Strike Rune is another Rune found in the secondary Questing Zones in Season of Discovery. Most of the requirements to obtain this Rune revolve around defeating mobs to receive an item and then facing other mobs where you’ll make use of the items you’ve acquired until ultimately getting the Rune. Lets see how this is done for each of the Zones.

  • Loch Modan

  1. Kill Troggs in the area around (41, 72) to get a Skull-Shaped Geode.
  2. While you have the Skull-Shaped Geode, you have to get stunned by a Stonesplinter Skullthumper.
  3. You can find the Stonesplinter Skullthumpers on an Island in the northern part of ‘The Loch”, or in the southwestern part of Loch Modan between the mountains.

Once you get hit by the stun, the Skull-Shaped Geode, will turn into Cracked Skull-Shaped Geode. When you open the Cracked Skull, you will find the Rune of Quick Strike inside which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • Darkshore

In Darkshore we have two simple steps.

  1.  Go and find a Gnarled Harpoon. It is located around (48, 16).
  2. Use the Harpoon to weaken Paxnozz, and then defeat him.

Once he’s defeated, simply loot him and get your Rune of Quick Strike, which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • Westfall

  1. Kill the Defias until you get Gillsbane.
  2. Use Gillsbane to kill Murlocs and get the Soul of the Sea.
  3. Go to the Medusa statue or the Idol of the Deep (26, 70).
  4. Interact with the statue, and the Horror of the Deep will spawn.

Once it’s defeated, simply loot it and get your Rune of Quick Strike, which goes into the Gloves slot.

  • The Barrens

In the Barrens getting Quick Strike is pretty simple. Just have some fishing to do (without the Profession of course). Here are the steps:

  1. Talk to Kilxx at the docks in Ratchet. (62.8, 38.2)
  2. Purchase a Fishing Harpoon from Kilxx.
  3. Find the Shark in the bay of Ratched called Bruuz.
  4. Use the Harpoon on Bruuz and kill him.

Once it’s defeated, simply loot it and get your Rune of Quick Strike, which goes into the Gloves slot.

How to get the Flagellation Rune for Warrior in SoD?

Unlike the previous Runes, there is only one place in Azeroth where you can obtain the Flagellation Rune, and that’s in Duskwood. Depending on the time at which you want to get this Rune and your Level, it can be quite simple or difficult. Regardless, you will have to defeat a 25 lvl Elite, so In order to obtain it there are a couple of steps to follow:

  1. Go to Raven Hill Cemetery in Duskwood.
  2. Enter the right crypt (24, 35) and go left.
  3. On the right side of the room, there will be a chest and inside it you’ll find a Decrepit Phylactery.
  4. After you get the Phylactery, you will go into the second crypt which is located on the left side of the Cemetery (16, 38).
  5. When you go into the crypt, you will make a right and see a Skeleton lying on an altar.
  6. Use the Decrepit Phylactery on the Skeleton and the Awakened Lich will appear.

Once you defeat the Lich, simply loot it and get your Rune of Flagellation, which goes into the Chest slot.

How to get the Raging Blow Rune for Warrior in SoD?

Similar to Flagellation, there is only once place where you can go in order to obtain the Raging Blow Rune in Season of Discovery. You have to get the Dragonslayer’s Shield, Dragonslayer’s Lance and a Dragonslayer’s Helm to Alonso(42, 70) in Ashenvale. To get these items you have to:

  1. Go to Redridge Mountains (69, 55), and look behind Gath’Ilzogg. There you will find and loot the Dragonslayer’s Shield.
  2. Next up you want to go to the Wetlands and find the Dark Iron Entrepreneur(47, 18). From him you’ll be able to purchase the Dragonslayer’s Lance for 75 Silver.
  3. The final peace of the puzzle is located in Shadowfang Keep. You can find the Dragonslayer’s Helm behind Commander Springvale.

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Once you’ve brought these THREE items to Alonso, he will give you the Quest ” Alonso the Dragonslayer “, you will have to help him defeat the Green Dragon Whelp and when you turn in the Quest, you will earn your Rune of Raging Blow which goes into the Chest slot.

Note: If you’re unable to find Alonso, this means that someone before you did the Quest, and you have to wait a couple of minutes.

How to get Consumed by Rage Rune for Warrior in SoD?

Simply enough, this is one of the easier Runes for every Class that has to get it, same goes for the Warrior. If you wish to get Consumed by Rage you have to defeat a level 25 Elite mob in the Wetlands.

  • In the Thelgen Rock Cave in the Wetlands, you can find Carrodin. A 25 lvl Elite Owl which has a knockdown and doesn’t do much damage, so he should be easy to deal with on your own as long as you have your cooldowns. There are many spiders in the cave and Carrodin is found at the end of it.(47, 64)

Once you defeat him, you will be able to loot the Rune of Consuming Rage and gain access to the Consumed by Rage ability. This Rune Engraving goes into the Legs slot.

How to get the Warbringer Rune for Warrior in SoD?

From the start, you should know that this is one of the more ‘expensive’ Runes in SoD. In order to get the Warbringer Rune in Season of Discovery, there are a few Quests that you have to finish. However, do not fret – in Phase 2 of SoD it’s quite easy to obtain this by simply purchasing the majority off of the Auction House, and killing some Elites in the Wetlands. Lets get into more detail on what you have to do to get this Rune.

  1. First off, you will have to go to Ratchet in the Barrens and find Grizzby (62, 39). He is located inside the Inn.
  2. The First Quest is more of a turn-in than an actual Quest, considering you can take the necessary items even before you go and talk to him. So best be prepared to bring:
  3. Hand in the quest to the following NPCs in your faction’s capital:
  4. After the turn-ins. Grizzby will give you a Quest ” Let Me Make You An Offer(H) or ” Let Me Make You An Offer(A).
  5. You will turn in these Quests in the Capital Cities of either Faction:
    • (A) Master Wood in Old Town in Stormwind City (79.2, 47.6).
    • (H) Zel’mak in The Valley of Honor in Orgrimmar (80.2, 29.6).
  6. After that, you will get another Quest which will bring you back to Grizzby in Ratchet:
  7. Once you’ve handed in this Quest, Grizzby will offer to sell you the Rune of the Warbringer – for 3 Gold.
  8. Get the Gold, buy the Rune and you’ll get your Warbringer Rune which goes into the Chest slot.

Note: Bear in mind that you have to be Level 20 in order to begin the turn in Quests. If you can’t see it, your Character Level is too low.

How to get the Single-Minded Fury Rune for Warrior in SoD?

Another ‘easy’ pick-up Rune is definitely the Single-Minded Fury Rune. By turning in Waylaid Supplies and Supply Shipments, you will be able to raise the Reputation with the Factions added in Season of Discovery to FRIENDLY! Once you’ve done that it’s only a matter of getting the necessary Gold to purchase the Rune once you’ve gotten the Reputation up.

  • For Alliance: You purchase this from the Azeroth Commerce Authority faction when you are Friendly. The Vendor is located inside any of the Major Cities.
  • For Horde: You purchase the Rune from the Durotar Supply and Logistics faction when you are Friendly. The Vendor is located inside any of the Horde Major Cities.

The cost of this Rune is 4 Gold and 50 Silver at Friendly Reputation. The price goes down if you have a higher Reputation. Once you’ve purchased the Rune of Single-Minded Fury, you simply learn it and you can Engrave it in the Gloves slot.

If you need help with any Reputation, feel free to check our SoD Reputation Services!

How to get the Focused Rage Rune for Warrior in SoD?

The Focused Rage Rune is one of those added in Phase 2 of SoD and it’s not difficult to obtain. However, you do need to have the necessary Level and follow a couple of steps:

  1. Go to the Witherbark Cave that’s located in the mountains of the Witherbark Village in Arathi Highlands (63, 77).
  2. Kill Witherbark Trolls in the area until you get the Witherbark Mallet. These can be killed outside or inside the cave. Alternatively, there might be some on the AH, if you wish to be prepared and don’t want to waste time killing the Trolls.
  3. Once you’ve obtained the Witherbark Mallet, you have to go into the Cave itself and use the Mallet to ring the gong that is located at the end of it.
  4. Ringing the Gong will spawn a Level 35 Elite called the Witherback Goliath and 2 additional mobs. It’s best to clear out the area before ringing the gong, since these mobs may chain-pull others around.

Once you’ve defeated the Goliath, you will be able to loot him, get the Rune of Focused Rage and learn this Rune Engraving for the Waist slot.

How to get Intervene Rune for Warrior in SoD?

This is quite a useful trait to have, especially in PvP or as a Tank. Warrior is notorious for it’s lack of mobility, so having Charge, Intervene and Intercept is definitely a QoL increase. If you are wondering how to get the Intervene Rune in Season of Discovery, just follow these steps:

  1. Go to Thousand Needles, and in the corner of The Shimmering Flats (68, 88.7) you’ll find THREE training dummies.
  2. You will have to perform a different action on each of the dummies in order to receive a chest that contains the Rune.
  3. The actions to perform:

Once you’ve done this, you will have a chest appear and inside it will be the Rune of Intervene that teaches you this Rune Engraving for the Feet slot.

How to get the Rallying Cry Rune for Warrior in SoD?

Rallying Cry is one of the more iconic abilities of a Warrior. Getting this Rune is is simple, we just have to go back to our old buddy the Wandering Swordsman.

  • The Wandering Swordsman can be found on multiple locations in the Badlands. Spawning at (15.6,45.8), (24.2, 58.2), (27.8, 67.8), (32, 65.9) or (35.6, 59.6) in the southwestern part of the Zone.

Once you defeat him he will leave a Swordsman’s Reward, and in this chest you will find your Rune of the Commander which teaches you the Rallying Cry Rune Engrave and goes into the Feet slot.

How to get Enraged Regeneration Rune for Warrior in SoD?

If you came to this part of the Guide, then we hope that so far it was helpful, we are close to finishing and the Enraged Regeneration Rune in Season of Discovery is no easy feet. There are quite a few steps in obtaining this rune, and they go like this:

  1. Go to Desolace and find the Extinguished Campfire.  It is Located near the Kodo Graveyard (47.5, 54.6).
  2. When you click on the Campfire, you’ll get a Quest called ” Highway Robbery “.
  3. North from the Kodo Graveyard (62.2, 38.8) you’ll find Bibbly F’utzbuckle, Classic Players will know him from the Quest ” Bone Collector “.
  4. After you turn in the Quest, he will send you to Booty Bay in Stranglethorn Vale via the Quest ” On the Lam “.
  5. When you arrive to Booty Bay, you will go to the Booty Bay Inn and speak to Tokal.
  6. After talking to her, she will ask you to buy her a drink via the Quest ” Cherry for Your Thoughts? “.
  7. You will have to turn around and speak to the <Food and Drink> Vendor Nixxrax Fillamug, and get a Cherry Grog for Tokal.
  8. After buying her a drink, she will provide you with a follow-up Quest called ” No Honor Among Thieves “.
  9. At this point, you’ll be sent to the Arathi Highlands, or better said you will have to go to (53, 91), where a rowboat is located. It the further southeast spot in Arathi on the river. You can check this image for reference.
  10. Once you arrive at the new location you’ll see that it’s the far east part of Arathi hiden behind the eastern Mountains parallel to the Witherbark Village. There you will have to go to the docks and you will see Illari Duskfeather.
  11. You will talk to her and you’ll have to defeat her. Bear in mind that she is a Level 40 Non-Elite.
  12. Once defeated, she will drop a bag. Looting the bag will provide you with Illari’s Key.
  13. When facing Illari, on the left-hand side you will see a shed, in front of that shed you there is a Jewel-Encrusted Box on which you can use Illari’s Key.

Once you open the chest, you will find the Rune of Healing Rage, which gives you the Rune Engraving for your Feet slot – Enraged Regeneration.

IMPORTANT NOTES: 

  • If someone killed Illari and you looted the key, you must wait for her to respawn again, talk to her and then go open the chest. Otherwise the chest will keep opening and closing without you being able to loot anything.
  • If you got the Rune, but your Character is unable to learn it, and you get some sort of Error – try clearing your Cache folder and then trying again.
  • If you die, you are unable to use the rowboat as a Ghost and you’ll have to run all the way there.
  • If you are a Night Elf, then you do not have to fight her, but simply speak to her and she will give you the key. 

How to get Blood Surge Rune for Warrior in SoD?

The Blood Surge Rune is next in line with the coming of Phase 2. This Waist Rune Engraving is definitely one that most Warrior Players want to get. If that’s the case for you, lets go through what you have to do!

  1. This Rune will take us to the Alterac Mountains, or into Arathi Highlands, whichever you prefer.
  2. You have to farm the Ogres there until you get the Illegible Recipe.
  3. After getting the Recipe, use it to get the Quest ” Anyone Can Cook “.
  4. You have to turn in the Quest at Skonk. He is located in the southeastern part of Arathi Highlands (57.6, 74.5).
  5. Skonk will give you a Quest called ” A Quick Grocery Run “.
  6. This Quest will require you to get the following items:
  7. When you are done, go back to Skonk and turn in the Quest.
  8. After that you will have to defeat Skonk.

Once he is defeated, you will loot the Rune of Blood Surge and Shawarmageddon. This Blood Surge Rune Engraving goes into the Belt slot.

How to get the Precise Timing Rune for Warrior in SoD?

Last but not least, we have the Precise Timing Warrior Rune in Season of Discovery. In order to get this Rune, you have to defeat many powerful foes, and definitely group up. Lets go through the necessary steps in obtaining this Rune Engraving. Bear in mind that this Rune will take you on a trip around Azeroth.

  1. You will have to travel to Deadwind Pass (52.0, 34.6).
  2. At this location you will encounter a Dalaran Agent.
  3. When you talk to him, he will provide you with Ariden’s Sigil. This is a crucial Trinket in obtaining the Precise Timing Rune.
  4. By using this trinket at PRECISE locations, you will be able to summon forth a Dark Rider.
  5. Before letting you know the locations it’s important to note that when you arrive at the location you will have to use the Ariden’s Sigil Trinket while having the Dark Presence, this is the only way a Dark Rider will be summoned.

Dark Rider Locations

  • Deadwind Pass – The Dark Rider’s Dark Presence should be felt at (44, 29). From this Dark Rider, you will get the Curious Dalaran Relic.
  • Duskwood – This Dark Rider’s Presence should be felt at (23, 46). This Dark Rider drops the Glittering Dalaran Relic.
  • Swamp of Sorrows – The Dark Rider in this Zone is located at (70, 29). This one drops the Odd Dalaran Relic.
  • Arathi Highlands – In Arathi you can find the Dark Rider at (62, 42). He drops the Whirring Dalaran Relic.
  • The Barrens – In this Zone you can feel the Dark Rider’s presence at (52, 36). This one gives you the Heavy Dalaran Relic.
  • Desolace – In Desolace the Dark Rider can be found at (66, 23). Upon killing him, you will get the Creepy Dalaran Relic.
  • Badlands – The Final Dark Rider is located in the Badlands at (57, 55). When you defeat him you will get the final Slippery Dalran Relic.

Lastly, you will have to return to the Dalaran Agent in Deadwind Pass and turn in all 7 relics. By doing this you will obtain the Rune of Blood Surge, which will give you the ability to Engrave Blood Surge on the Belt slot.

This concludes all the Warrior Runes in Season of Discovery. These are all available in Phase 2, even though many of them are from Phase 1. Next, we will mention all the Runes that are Official and those that were datamined for Warrior Class in Phase 2 of SoD.

All Season of Discovery Phase 2 Warrior Class Runes

  • Blood Surge (Waist Rune) – Heroic Strike, Bloodthirst, and Whirlwind have a 30% chance to make your next Slam within 15 sec instant and cost no Rage.
  • Focused Rage (Waist Rune) – Reduces the rage cost of your offensive abilities by 3.
  • Precise Timing (Waist Rune) – Slam is now instant but has a 6 sec cooldown.
  • Enraged Regeneration (Feet Rune) – Heals you for 30% of your maximum health over 10 sec, but can only be used while Enrage, Berserker Rage, or Bloodrage is active. Useable while Stunned.
  • Intervene (Feet Rune) – Run at high speed towards a party member, intercepting the next melee or ranged attack made against them as well as reducing their total threat by 10%.
  • Rallying Cry (Feet Rune) – Let loose a rallying cry, granting all party and raid members within 40 yards 15% increased maximum health for 10 sec.

Season of Discovery Datamined Warrior Class Runes – Phase Unknown (Not Confirmed)

  • Commanding Shout (Legs Rune) – The warrior shouts, increasing the Stamina of all party members within 30 yards by 2. Lasts 2 min.
  • Shield Mastery (Head Rune) – Increases all physical damage you deal by 10% while you have a shield equipped, and reduces the duration of all Disarm effects used against you by 50%. This does not stack with other Disarm duration reducing effects.
  • Taste for Blood (Head Rune) – Whenever your Rend ability causes damage, your Overpower ability will activate for 9 sec or 1 attack. This effect will not occur more than once every 6 sec.
  • Vigilance (Head Rune) – Focus your protective gaze on a party or raid member, reducing their damage taken by 3% and transferring 10% of the threat they cause to you. In addition, each time they are hit by an attack your Taunt cooldown is refreshed. Lasts 30 min. This effect can only be on one target at a time.
  • Rampage (Wrist Rune) – Warrior goes on a rampage, increasing attack power by 2% and causing most successful melee attacks to increase attack power by an additional 2%. This effect will stack up to 5 times. Lasts 30 sec. This ability can only be used after scoring a critical hit.
  • Sword and Board (Wrist Rune) – When your Devastate and Revenge abilities deal damage they have a 30% chance of refreshing the cooldown of your Shield Slam ability and reducing its Rage cost by 100% for 5 sec.
  • Wrecking Crew (Wrist Rune) – Your melee critical hits Enrage you, increasing all physical damage caused by 10% for 12 sec. This effect does not stack with Enrage.

How to obtain the SoD Warrior Skill Books in Phase 2? 

Feel free to check and read up on our Warrior Skill Books Guide!

CONCLUSION

We hope this comprehensive Season of Discovery Phase 2 Warrior Class Runes Guide was helpful. We’ve paid a lot of attention to detail and did our best to give you the most exact instructions in obtaining each and every Rune that is currently available.

We feel that these Runes definitely raise the potential of the Warrior as a Class and obtaining all of them will definitely give you an edge in both PvE and PvP depending on what you are currently doing. If you wish to check all the Runes for other Classes, then feel free to check our All Class Runes Guide, and if you have Questions regarding Gnomeregan or need help with those Bosses, feel free to check out our Gnomeregan Raid Guide.

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