Feral Druid Gear, Tier Sets & BiS – Legion 7.3.5
This section of the Feral Druid guide covers everything you need to find the best Feral Druid gear and Feral Druid Tier sets. It tells you all about gear: stat priorities, armor, tier sets, BiS recommendations from dungeons and raids, and legendary item rankings. Feral Druid Guide is written by
. Updated for patch 7.3.
Rotation & Abilities
Macros & Addons
Feral Druid Set Bonuses
T21 - Antorus The Burning Throne
Item - Druid T21 Feral 2P Bonus - Rip Chance to Double Tick
- When Rip deals damage, there is a 10% chance for it to deal damage again.
- When Rip deals damage, you have a 4% chance to cause your next Ferocious Bite to consume no Combo Points and count as if you spent the maximum amount of Energy.
T20 - Tomb of Sargeras
Item - Druid T20 Feral 2P Bonus
- Gain 1 Energy each time Rip deals damage.
Item - Druid T20 Feral 4P Bonus
- Rip deals 10% increased damage and lasts 4 sec longer.
Check out the
Nighthold Gear section
below for recommendations on gear pieces.
It is really important to recognize that this is
a Best-in-Slot (BiS) list. This time around our secondary stats are balanced so close together that to be honest "higher ilvl" is almost always going to be an upgrade. This gear set will assume that the pieces are significantly high enough item level to beat T19 and will only contain pieces from tomb of sargeras. Quick note - Haste becomes our best stat if you are running a Brutal Slash build for AoE. This however is very bad for single target or cleave, so not something I would advise gearing for until you have geared up using the normal stat weights
Trinkets are largely dependent upon ilevel, Feral does not have any overly strong trinket BiS options or interactions. Most trinkets with Agility should be usable.
Tier 1 Trinkets
- EXCEPTIONALLY good trinket, will be absolute best trinket. Increases the value of haste significantly
- Loses on anything except pure ST, Decent on single target.
- reduces the cooldown on
- A very good trinket that will only be worthwhile if the boss stays stationary, for this reason while it is technically the best single target trinket in many scenario's it will not be valuable.
- Similar to specter however without the constraints of specter, this trinket also gains value when you can get cooldown reductions from adds.
- A mastery passive trinket with an agi passive, this trinket has the potential for extremely high uptime making it a very solid choice
- Essentially an overbudget stat stick, excels when target switching is limited.
- Effect has high variance but will usually perform as one of the best single target trinkets, aided by Ferals high base attack speed and inability to miss
- Very good trinket, extremely unlikely to be at an appropriate ilevel to be usable
Stat sticks - Good in all situations.
Tier 2 Trinkets
- Decent trinket however it has the same stat budget as a stat stick with the downsides of a proc.
- Good AOE trinket similar to glaives, however better at consistent AOE than burst
- Similar to Blademaster's mirror from HFC, this trinket gains significant value on aoe, so while it has very little worth on single target it will be very good on AOE
- Essentially an overbudget stat stick.
- Agility and a high uptime proc.
- very similar trinkets, Foci has slightly higher variance, Memento has the advantage of proccing when a party member dies.
- A decent trinket with a damage proc.
- A decent trinket with a damage proc, slightly better on AOE.
Any other trinkets with agility main stats, most trinkets without agility usually aren't worth considering.
is the exception, however it falls behind as gear increases and scales poorly with ilevel.
Feral legendaries’ effects have a fairly small impact on single target, with the theoretically best legendary on single target (Cinidaria) being a ~3% DPS gain. Because of this, the stats granted on the legendaries are usually much more important. However, on AoE and cleave fights the value of certain effects shift significantly.
: Is a pretty mediocre legendary, depends heavily upon your crucible traits. Not usually to be reccomended
: This is a very solid legendary that also eases the rotation significantly. While the talent itself is not superior to Incarnation or Jagged Wounds, this is not because the talent is bad and so when attached to a piece of jewellery for a small stats cost it becomes a very good legendary. This legendary is good in almost all situations.
: This is a very solid legendary in single target, the main value gained is from increased shred damage and the ability to fit an additonal rake into a tiger's fury window, this legendary competes with cinidaria on single target and at equal item levels is the best single target legendary in combination with
: This is a high-value legendary in one main scenario: priority target burst. Despite the fact that this Maim hits 3 targets, the legendary still falls behind on AoE since it almost always better to apply a Rip damage-wise. Since the Fiery Red Maimers occupies the leg slot, it is a high stat budget piece (meaning you get much more power for the ilvl) and boosts crit and mastery, providing a preferred stat stick compared to some of the other feral legendaries. Prior to 7.2.5 the feral damage aura was a 22% damage increase that also applied to maim, with 7.2.5 however this aura was baked into the abilities and was not baked into maim as a result this legendary effect has fallen behind.
: This legendary trinket is in an awkward spot; as a trinket itself it is top-tier due to its nature as a significant stat stick and a decent on-use ability that becomes better in AoE. However, as a legendary it is very lackluster in most situations, being one of the best burst AoE legendaries for feral and falling behind in every other area. Due to the limits on number of legendaries equipped as well as the already strong trinket slot it takes up, you will typically sacrifice more than you gain when choosing
. This legendary is better the worse your gear is, and on certain AoE fights (like Skorpyron).
: This legendary, while being just a decent stat stick and at a low budget (belt slot), is one of the best legendaries for single target and provides a small AoE benefit due to its effect. In the perfect scenario, this belt will result in around a 3% DPS increase.
: This legendary is one of the more versatile legendaries, easing your rotation and performing well if not top-tier on any single target fight it is by far the best cleave legendary. The only real cons to this legendary is that it is not particularly well itemized, and takes the slot of one of feral’s best optimised tier pieces (gloves) and also has some negative synergy with the 4pc.
: This is the best AoE legendaries available for feral, however it does not have a significant benefit on single target. The increased range and damage of Thrash gives you a far greater gain on AoE however while the increased range will help you hit more targets (resulting in great synergy with Predator), in Mythic+ and other dungeons accidental pulling using them may occur.
: This legendary, while not the best single target can provide a reasonable single target gain in some situations. The 100 extra energy you gain does not affect your ability to pool due to uptimes. Chatoyant has some fringe benefits on fights with downtime that allow you to regenerate more than 100 energy (being able to store more), and on fights where you can get multiple Predator resets. Playing with the ring optimally means treating your energy pool as if it is still limited to 100, and only going past this incidentally through procs or
: The legendary boots grant you a
proc and additionally allowing
to stack up to 3. The primary damage benefit of this legendary in single target is being able to
in addition to using
on every bleed. In combination with the 4pc T19 this becomes more valuable. This legendary also has increased value on cleave by allowing you to
multiple targets with
applied. This legendary provides no damage benefit when talented
: An overbudget neck piece making a decent stat stick with a good defensive effect
: An overbudget chest piece making a decent stat stick with a good utility effect through increasing the value of your affinities. This legendary is currently bugged and any change in buffs or debuffs on you will toggle the effect
: A decent ring with a mediocre effect, this legendary is slightly better when you can proc it on cooldown (
is reccomended in order to accomplish this) however the legendary does not benefit from ferals innate haste modifier and is one of the few weak legendaries for feral
: A boomkin legendary that will work for feral if
is talented, while it is a reasonable gain for the talent, the talent usually falls far enough behind
that it isn’t a significant gain.
Chatoyant Vs SOTA
Typically at most Ilvls
will be the superior legendary, however at higher ilvls the stats on
(which are reduced due to the strength of the effect) begin to be outscaled by
. thus at high ilvls it is not uncommon for
to be the highest simming legendary. In some specific gearing circumstances it may even be worth it to run
in combination with it.
Convergence of Fates
is a trinket that drops from
, the penultimate boss in the Nighthold. This trinket is an agility main stat trinket with a RPPM proc* that reduces the cooldown on
(and by extension
) by 5 seconds for each proc. This trinket has adjusted RPPM values for each spec and talents selected for feral. This trinket is likely to be nerfed in 7.3.5 but until then it is a very strong choice provided you get an additional use.
*For feral the base proc rate is 6.7 RPPM, and for
3.7 RPPM (45% reduced). This results in an average 1:40 cooldown with Berserk and 2:15 cooldown with
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