Players everywhere love the Warrior train. Perhaps second only to the Boon Prot backline, it's one of the favorite components of top guild strategies. Its popularity rests on a combination of constant pressure and deadly spikes, at the cost of staying in melee range.
So why is it called a "Warrior train?" When several Warriors who are spread out suddenly collapse at the same time on one enemy, that enemy often runs away, squealing in terror. Because the Warriors want to unload adrenaline-charged attacks on their target, they will continue to chase, resulting in a long line that literally looks like a train. Think of the target as a locomotive, pulling attackers along behind him. In voice chat, Monks often call out "Warrior train on six!," which lets the team know a Monk needs help fending off an assault.