World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Fist Weapons Part 1

World of Warcraft, also known by the moniker WoW, is a game developed by Blizzard Entertainment and was published by the same company on November 23, 2004. It is the fourth release of the fantasy Warcraft Universe following the success of the third release Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne. As of 2011, three expansion sets are already published for the globally popular MMORPG: The Burning Crusade, Wrath of the Lich King, and Cataclysm.


WoW is the most subscribed Massively MultiPlayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) gaining 11.1 million subscribers on June 2011. In addition to this, World of Warcraft is the holder for the Guinness World Record as the most popular MMORPG of all time. The reason behind this is the addicting game play and visually appealing graphics and pleasing sound effects. Furthermore, the numerous game weapons that you can use to explore the Warcraft Universe are great to use and give you a feeling of being powerful. The weapons are categorized into: fists weapons, axes, bows, daggers, fishing poles, maces, swords, staffs, polearms, crossbows, thrown, and guns. Here, we shall take a look at the basic specifications of the basic WoW must-have: fist weapons.

Gladiator’s Right Ripper

The Gladiator’s Right Ripper binds immediately to the main hand of the player that picks it up. This weapon increases your stamina by 21 and speed by 2.60. The Gladiator’s Right Ripper can inflict 166-309 damage to anyone you attack with it and has a durability rating of 75/75. When equipped with this, hit rating is improved by 0.6%, critical strike rating by 0.7%, resilience rating by 0.3% and attack power by 28. You can get this weapon when you reach level 70.

Gladiator’s Left Ripper

Like its right hand counterpart, the Left Ripper requires player to be on the 70th level up for this to eb available. It binds immediately when picked up and resides on the off hand slot. It increases your stamina by 21, speed by 1.50%, hit rating by 0.6%, critical strike rating by 0.7%, resilience rating by 0.3%, and attack power by 28. It inflicts 95-178 damage which is significantly weaker than its right hand counterpart.

Grand Marshals Right Ripper

When you pick up the Grand Marshals Right Ripper and you are in level 70 and up, it will automatically bind with your main hand and increase your speed by 2.60 and your stamina by 18. Some other things that the Grand Marshals Right Ripper increases are your hit rating (0.5%), resilience rating (0.2%), critical strike rating (0.6%) and your attack power by 26. It is not one of the more powerful weapons there is in World of Warcraft. In fact, each blow to your opponent can only do about 130 to 243 damages.

Grand Marshals Left Ripper

You need to be in the 70th level and up if you want to have this weapon. Like its counterpart, the Grand Marshals Left Ripper also binds to the player’s avatar immediately after picking up but it binds on the off hand (of course since it is a left hand weapon). It is less powerful than the right version with damage inflicted to about 90 to 168. When equipped with this weapon, your speed will increase by 1.80, stamina by 18, hit rating by 0.5%, resilience rating by 0.2%, and critical strike rating by 0.6%.

Merciless Gladiator’s Right Ripper

Rippers are one of the most common weapons in WoW and each ripper type has right and left hand versions. One of the more powerful ripper types is the Merciless Gladiator’s Right Ripper which adds 27 points of stamina to the avatar and speeds up by 2.60. It is capable of inflicting damage from 177 to 330. Furthermore, your hit rating will increase by 0.6%, reliance rating by 0.3%, critical strike rating by 0.9% and your attack power by 30. Moreover, you need to be on level 70 or higher to be able to use this weapon.

Merciless Gladiator’s Left Ripper

Its right hand counterpart is one of the stronger fist weapons in WoW. But, the Merciless Gladiator’s Left Ripper would not left out. Players on the 70th level and higher can pick up this weapon. When that happens, it binds to the off hand and increases the stamina of the avatar or character by 27. It also increases the speed by 1.80, the hit rating by0.6%, resilience rating by 0.3%, critical strike rating by 0.9%, and the avatar’s attack power by 30. Moreover, this fist weapon can give your opponent 123-229 damage which is considerably low compared to its right hand version but is quite average compared to the whole range of fist weapons.

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World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Fist Weapons Part 2
World of Warcraft Weapons Guide: Fist Weapons Part 3
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