TBC Classic Demonology Warlock Rotation, Cooldowns, and Abilities

Last updated on Jun 01, 2021 at 10:39 by Crix 4 comments

On this page, you will learn how to optimize the rotation of your Demonology Warlock in both single-target and multiple-target PvE situations in TBC Classic. We also have advanced sections about cooldowns, procs, etc. in order to minmax your DPS.

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Demonology Warlock Rotation

As a Warlock, your main job is to do as much damage as you can, without pulling threat and killing yourself, or worse, wiping the raid. Below, you can find a rundown of the rotation for Demonology Warlocks in TBC Classic.

  1. Curse of Doom IconCurse of Doom
  2. Corruption IconCorruption
  3. Immolate IconImmolate, if you are not wearing a lot of Shadow damage gear or if you have a Fire Mage.
  4. Shadow Bolt IconShadow Bolt

It is vital that you do everything in your power to keep your demon alive. Drain Life IconDrain Life whenever you notice that your Summon Felguard IconSummon Felguard is not getting healed.

It is also very important that you get Strength and Agility scrolls and use them on you Felguard at all times, as well as making sure he is fully buffed with all party buffs. Blessing of Might IconBlessing of Might and Blessing of Kings IconBlessing of Kings are paramount to your success as a Demonology Warlock.

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Demon Choice for Demonology Warlocks

As Felguard Demonology, you will be using Summon Felguard IconSummon Felguard at all times.

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Changelog

  • 01 Jun. 2021: Guide added.
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