This thread is basically all the builds I have currently specced or ready to go when I manage to pull out a free slot.
They are not completely my own work, I have started them all with things I have learnt in other guides, however they have all been wiped and rebuilt to simplify without compromising too much.
Since initially writing these Warrior as become my main and I've spent a lot more time with it optimising builds and believe most of these can now stand up well. I have edit rights for this thread so will update to tidy and advise at the end.
I am a tank at heart so DPS builds are based on ease of use, but still competitive.
PVE DPS Specs
PVP Specs (I am a very casual PVPer so bear in mind when using)
Here is an example of how I have my bars set-up. This doesn't mean it's right, it's a personal choice, but a few things are there which are important:
The bars at the bottom, the top row is actually 2 bars, side by side. I have them at a smaller size, and they sit there holding all the skills I have in macro's. This is very important. When you click a macro you should know exactly what it's going to do, set-up this way you can follow what skill is going off when you hit your macro and actually get an understanding of what is happening, this will make you a far better player than blindly clicking. If you are blindly clicking you are a most definitely a BAD player. Even for a casual.
#1 is my main builder. #2 is my other builder. #1 is actually bound to a thumb button on my mouse, so i will switch these buttons around for sheer laziness.
#3 is bound to left mouse wheel tilt. This button also changes based on the fight. I generally have my oh **** CD in there, but if you have a fight where you must stop attacking (warmaster, guurloth, hookmaster etc) a self target macro in there works wonders, or if interrupt is required have interrupt there. Basically whatever skill I think I need to hit without thinking in the fight.
#4 & #5 are bound to Q & E. #4 is my AoE taunt, #5 is my ST taunt. I will occasionally switch these around, but that's rare, these should both always be close to hand. However Q can easily become purge or something else situational if you have a pure ST boss fight and do not need the AoE taunt.
Within the red square are skills which sit within my macro's, pretty much in the order they go off. Skills used both ST and AoE get a bit mixed up but otherwise would need 3 bars there.
Within the green square are macro's and skills I regularly have to slip in.
As I say, use whatever way works for you, but this is a starting point to give you an idea.