The "simple" way to play fury is divided in two phases:
* During CS (4 GCD):
You want to be GCD capped, meaning you will usea spell at each GCD.
You want to use as many RB as possible.
Use WS as a filler.
* Outside of a CS window:
Use BT on cooldown.
Use RB if you have two stacks or if the buff is going to expire before the next CS.
Use WS during Bloodsurge.
Be sure to pool ~100 rage before the next CS.
Dump your rage with WS to avoid capping.
You use HS in only three scenarii:
- During an enraged CS. You want to end up with 0 rage, so use as many HS as possible as long as it doesn't prevent you to use your other techniques (RB/WS).
- During Deadly calm, use HS instead of WS.
- Outside of a CS window, if you didn't anticipate well, like you're going to rage cap and your next gcd is BT, it's better to HS+BT than to WS-BT, you don't want to delay BT and you don't want to rage cap.
Your 1-minute cooldown (Bloodbath, trinket, Deadly calm) should be synchronized with CS, so that you use them one CS out of three.
---------- Post added 2013-02-05 at 05:43 PM ----------
As I said, it's the "simple" way to play fury.
It's not the perfect way to play fury, but it's less complex and should already be a great dps gain.