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Sac as Demo?

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Hi everyone. I posted in the warlock guide section a few days ago and haven't received an answer yet, so I thought I would try posting here.

I was re-reading the guide because I've been trying to maximize my damage with the UVLS trinket. I read in the guide that Grim of Sacrifice is recommended for single target fights? When does this become relevant (as in what ilvl)? I tried using simcraft, but grimoire of service still comes out way ahead.

I also had a question regarding imp swarm and UVLS. I've seen conflicting theories and just wanted someone to tell me what is better! Should I be using this glyph? When I use it, should I always pair it with Dark Soul or on CD? Or, would the imps generated via UVLS be more beneficial than using the glyph of imp swarm since wild imps aren't generated while the glyph is on CD?

Thanks in advance!

Link to my armory - http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/zuljin/Mallaah/advanced

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So far the theory is always using imp swarm and always using it with DS. As for using grim of sac according to sparkuggz, methods warlock, he only uses it on Jin Rokh, council, and ji-kun because it comes out ahead for short bursts such as pools and primal nutrient. Hope that helps.

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What i read in the past was: The more imps you can spawn (more doom rolls with UVLS) the better GoSac gets. GoServ gives you the most control of burst, like destroying ball lightnings at Lei Shen HC.

Somewhere was mentioned that not all your followers profit from abilitys like the pool at jin rokh but i don't know which. I thought is was only minions that profit, like the imps and not the pets like doomguard/terrorguard.

Edit1: Found it here. The imps profit from pools at jin rokh - should be superior then GoServ since the normal pet don't stand in the pool.

Edit2: You can get good information in this topic unter the the jin rokh section.

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What i read in the past was: The more imps you can spawn (more doom rolls with UVLS) the better GoSac gets. GoServ gives you the most control of burst, like destroying ball lightnings at Lei Shen HC.

Somewhere was mentioned that not all your followers profit from abilitys like the pool at jin rokh but i don't know which. I thought is was only minions that profit, like the imps and not the pets like doomguard/terrorguard.

Edit1: Found it here. The imps profit from pools at jin rokh - should be superior then GoServ since the normal pet don't stand in the pool.

Edit2: You can get good information in this topic unter the the jin rokh section.

Wild Imps are not pets, they are guardians and they don't benefit from pools.

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All of the Grimoires have a special way to play that you must adapt to. They are not plug and play talents. They change your reforges, playstyle, and what you do in fights. Full Haste, close to BiS, and being given single target responsibilities makes Grim of Sac very powerful. For short busts of AoE, Supremacy tends to win out. For bursts of AoE every 2 mins, Service tends to win out, but remember that in the hands of a very skilled Warlock, the differences are VERY small. You're not going to switch a talent and see a 10k DPS change.

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Thank you all for your replies. I really appreciate it!

With regards to imp swarm, should I only be using it while matching my Dark Soul cd, or should I be using imp swarm on its own cd?

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