3v3 Feral Druid
This guide tells you everything about how to build a World of Warcraft (Dragonflight 10.1) PvP Feral Druid that will thrive in 3v3.
Updated , it is based on the 50 top-rated Feral Druids in 3v3 leaderboards across the US, EU, KR, and TW regions. Ratings are ranging from 1975 to 2308, with the current top 3v3 Feral Druid being Feralgenius from Sargeras (US).
Each character's equipment type, active specialization history, as well as connection frequency, are taken into consideration to keep the guide as accurate as possible.
Top Feral Druids
Stats are attributes that enhance character abilities and define how it feels to play. Found on most pieces of equipment, object ameliorations, and consumables, the stats to prioritize for Feral Druids in 3v3 are Versatility and Mastery :
- Critical Strike
Sometimes, items can also contain minor stats that can add a certain value. Even though they are really hard to get since they are rare and random, the one to reach is Speed :
Each race in World of Warcraft brings traits that can potentially give an edge in achieving victory. That said, the best race for Feral Druid in 3v3 is currently Night Elf .
Since cross-faction play is now possible, there are few barriers that remain for picking what offers the best racials.
The equipment is what makes characters stronger. The best gear is usually found in the Great Vault, Mythic+ dungeons, and Mythic raids. They can also be bought from PvP vendors or crafted with the Crafting Orders system.
Here are the best equipment items for Feral Druids in 3v3.
Embellished items are crafted pieces of equipment that feature specific abilities. They are obtained by using an embellishment optional reagent or are already included in an item recipe.
Only 2 embellished items can be equipped at the same time. Here are the best embellished items for Feral Druids in 3v3.
Enchantments are equipment item upgrades. Created with the Enchanting and Leatherworking professions, or bought in the auction house, they can be set on Back, Chest, Wrist, Legs, Rings, Feet, Main Hand, and Off Hand items.
Here are the best enchantments for Feral Druids in 3v3.
Gems are jewelcrafting items. Created with the Jewelcrafting profession or bought in the auction house, they can be socketed into Head, Neck, Wrists, Waist, and Rings items.
Here are the best gems for Feral Druids in 3v3.
Primordial Stones are gems that can be socketed into the Onyx Annulet ring found in Zskera Vault or bought from Researcher Imareth . Stones are found across the Forbidden Reach through events, vendors, and vaults.
Here are the best primordial stones for Feral Druids in 3v3.