Demonology talents


Talent Choices for Demonology Warlock

Talents can be freely changed when out of combat and in a rested XP area (such as an inn or a capital city). Moreover, Tome of the Still Mind IconTome of the Still Mind and Codex of the Still Mind IconCodex of the Still Mind can be used to temporarily allow players to change talents anywhere, as long as they are out of combat.



Do note that the builds suggested above do not account for specific fights in the current raid tier; that said, we do have a dedicated page that covers a boss-by-boss talent recommendations, which you can find linked below.

Demonology Warlock Raid Page



For specific Mythic+ advice, which typically involves having a set-up that can perform both in single-target and AoE situations, and this set-up can also be influenced by affixes and other things like party composition and pull layout. Check out our dedicated M+ page below.

Demonology Warlock Mythic+ Page


How To Use Demonology Warlock Talents

Since several talent choices have an effect on your gameplay, we recommend reading our rotation page linked below to find out how to adapt your playstyle and priority based on your selected talents.

Demonology Warlock Rotation and Cooldowns


Single Target Demonic Consumption

  1. Level 15: Demonic Strength IconDemonic Strength or Bilescourge Bombers IconBilescourge Bombers
  2. Level 25: Demonic Calling IconDemonic Calling
  3. Level 30: Player's Preference
  4. Level 35: Summon Vilefiend IconSummon Vilefiend
  5. Level 40: Mortal Coil IconMortal Coil
  6. Level 45: Grimoire: Felguard IconGrimoire: Felguard
  7. Level 50::Demonic Consumption IconDemonic Consumption


Cleave Demonic Consumption

  1. Level 15: Demonic Strength IconDemonic Strength or Bilescourge Bombers IconBilescourge Bombers
  2. Level 25: Demonic Calling IconDemonic Calling
  3. Level 30: Player's Preference
  4. Level 35: Soul Strike IconSoul Strike
  5. Level 40: Mortal Coil IconMortal Coil
  6. Level 45: Grimoire: Felguard IconGrimoire: Felguard
  7. Level 50::Demonic Consumption IconDemonic Consumption


AoE Dreadlash/From the Shadow

  1. Level 15: Dreadlash IconDreadlash
  2. Level 25: Demonic Calling IconDemonic Calling
  3. Level 30: Player's Preference
  4. Level 35: From the Shadows IconFrom the Shadows
  5. Level 40: Mortal Coil IconMortal Coil
  6. Level 45: Grimoire: Felguard IconGrimoire: Felguard
  7. Level 50::Demonic Consumption IconDemonic Consumption


Tier 1 (Level 15) Talents for Demonology Warlock

Due to the buffs in Patch 9.0.5, Dreadlash IconDreadlash has become an extremely competitive choice: by default, it is the best option at 5 targets and above. Its power is further amplified by the Conduit Carnivorous Stalkers IconCarnivorous Stalkers. When paired with Grim Inquisitor's Dread Calling IconGrim Inquisitor's Dread Calling, it becomes the best option in the row at any number of targets.

Bilescourge Bombers IconBilescourge Bombers is tied with Demonic Strength IconDemonic Strength for best single and 2-target damage, edging out as more targets are involved.

Demonic Strength IconDemonic Strength can be a good option for dealing bursts of AoE every minute or in conjunction with Demonic Consumption IconDemonic Consumption.

The choice between Demonic Strength IconDemonic Strength and Bilescourge Bombers IconBilescourge Bombers is mostly player preference, but can be influenced by how frequent a given AoE burst is required.

In terms of synergies, Demonic Strength IconDemonic Strength pairs well with Soul Strike IconSoul Strike and Fel Commando IconFel Commando, whereas Dreadlash IconDreadlash has the strongest synergy with Carnivorous Stalkers IconCarnivorous Stalkers and Grim Inquisitor's Dread Calling IconGrim Inquisitor's Dread Calling.


Tier 2 (Level 25) Talents for Demonology Warlock

Demonic Calling IconDemonic Calling is a versatile option, less potent than Doom IconDoom in single-target, but offering ease of use, and increased multi-target capabilities, while also offering better synergy with Wilfred's Sigil of Superior Summoning IconWilfred's Sigil of Superior Summoning.

Power Siphon IconPower Siphon allows for a lot of on-demand resource generation, Wild Imp creation, and burst. This talent is a great option for high movement fights, or when you need to serve up a little more burst damage.

Doom IconDoom is on paper the best choice for single-target output, but does not scale well with additional targets due a higher gcd upkeep, the delayed shard mechanic, quirks that impact how practical this choice can be in a more busy iteration of Demonology in Shadowlands.


Tier 3 (Level 30) Talents for Demonology Warlock

Burning Rush IconBurning Rush remains the most versatile option, as Warlocks have little base mobility. Burning Rush functions both as a means to stay in range and position aggressively, but also as a means of dodging mechanics. It is my opinion that movement speed offers the greatest defensive benefit in most situations, and you should default to this talent.

Dark Pact IconDark Pact is a good option for encounters where you need to soak a mechanic or survive a telegraphed amount of high damage. It is important to note that the damage absorb is based on current health, rendering this ability useless as a reactive cooldown. For Dark Pact to be effective, it needs to be used while you are close to full health to mitigate a future amount of damage.

Demon Skin IconDemon Skin is a good choice for encounters with low movement and consistent damage intake.


Tier 4 (Level 35) Talents for Demonology Warlock

Summon Vilefiend IconSummon Vilefiend is the default choice for single-target and 2-target situations, as it provides an additional demon that does significant damage and lines up naturally with Summon Demonic Tyrant IconSummon Demonic Tyrant. Together with Grimoire: Felguard IconGrimoire: Felguard, it offers a noticeable bump in power for each tyrant when Demonic Consumption IconDemonic Consumption is talented.

Soul Strike IconSoul Strike is a versatile choice when more targets are present, increasing Felguard mobility noticeably when swapping targets frequently. Being an instant cast on a relatively short cooldown increases warlock mobility, which is always a bonus.

From the Shadows IconFrom the Shadows is a competitive choice in situations where Implosion IconImplosion and Hand of Gul'dan IconHand of Gul'dan represent a large percentage of player damage breakdown, generally when paired with Dreadlash IconDreadlash for pure AoE scenarios, at the cost of reduced single-target damage.


Tier 5 (Level 40) Talents for Demonology Warlock

With Demonic Circle IconDemonic Circle becoming baseline Mortal Coil IconMortal Coil is now the default choice for most situations. It offers a noticeable heal on top of an additional form of Crowd Control, which can prevent a wipe, especially in Mythic dungeons.

Darkfury IconDarkfury is an option for dungeons and Mythic+, allowing you to Crowd Control groups of enemies far more often.

Howl of Terror IconHowl of Terror is perhaps the more dungeon oriented option in the row, allowing yet another form of AoE disruption on a relatively short cooldown.


Tier 6 (Level 45) Talents for Demonology Warlock

  • Soul Conduit IconSoul Conduit grants each Soul Shard spent a 15% chance to refund itself.
  • Inner Demons IconInner Demons passively summons a Wild Imp for you every 10 seconds, and additionally has a 10% chance to summon an additional Demon to fight for you for 15 seconds.
  • Grimoire: Felguard IconGrimoire: Felguard summons a Felguard who attacks the target for 15 seconds and deals 50% increased damage, on a 2-minute cooldown.

Inner Demons IconInner Demons provides some extra Imps with the chance at extra demons, which is a consistent damage increase in any scenario but is currently overshadowed by the other 2 options.

Soul Conduit IconSoul Conduit is a jack of all trades talent, which pairs well with Borne of Blood IconBorne of Blood to accelerate the shard flow.

Grimoire: Felguard IconGrimoire: Felguard deals a lot of burst damage, and is a particularly powerful cooldown for cleave. Together with Summon Vilefiend IconSummon Vilefiend, it offers a noticeable bump in power for each tyrant when Demonic Consumption IconDemonic Consumption is talented.


Tier 7 (Level 50) Talents for Demonology Warlock

Sacrificed Souls IconSacrificed Souls is a passive option that offers a steady damage increase, but has a negative synergy with Implosion IconImplosion and those situations where it is frequently used.

Nether Portal IconNether Portal summons a variety of powerful demons that provide high amounts of damage for their Soul Shard efficiency. It is a somewhat competitive option in single-target, unless the timings are unfavourable and offers the highest burst on Mythic Dungeon bosses.

Demonic Consumption IconDemonic Consumption gives Demonology a stronger cooldown for burst phases and offers the highest output in any scenario, making it the default choice.


PvP Talents (War Mode)

Under our Talents section, there is the option to enter "War Mode". Enabling War Mode provides the following benefits:

  • PvP talents enabled in the outdoor world;
  • 10% increase in World Quest rewards at maximum level;
  • 10% more experience gained while leveling;
  • Earn Conquest Points which can reward gear every week.

With the benefits of enabling War Mode for leveling and PvE content, it is recommended you enable the feature. In most situations, this will allow for the maximum returns despite the risks. You will make yourself available for open world PvP, and the possibility to be "ganked" while leveling or doing World Quests exists.


Demonology Warlock War Mode Talents

In this section we will rank the PvP talents best for leveling and doing solo / small group PvE content. Below is a ranking of both General PvP Talents and Demonology Warlock-specific PvE talents.


Warlock generic PvP Talents

  1. Essence Drain IconEssence Drain stacks a damage reduction effect on enemies that are damaged by your Drain Life IconDrain Life. You can reduce their damage by up to 25%, which is a large increase to your ability to survive and sustain.
  2. Amplify Curse IconAmplify Curse empower your next curse effect.
  3. Bane of Fragility IconBane of Fragility reduces the target's maximum health by up to 10% by 15 seconds, which is very desirable when setting up bursts.
  4. Casting Circle IconCasting Circle is a 1-minute cooldown ability that creates an area in which you are immune to silence and interrupts for 8 seconds. Removes silence/interrupt immunity from Unending Resolve IconUnending Resolve.
  5. Gateway Mastery IconGateway Mastery increase your gateway's range by 20 yards, and reduces the duration of the debuff placed on players using it by 15 seconds making it a good choice when increased mobility is needed.
  6. Nether Ward IconNether Ward summons a shield lasting 3 seconds and reflecting back all harmful spells targeted at you. Has a 45-second cooldown and it is extremely valuable when facing caster teams.


Demonology Warlock PvP Talents

  1. Call Felhunter IconCall Felhunter allows you to interrupt once every 24 seconds. This talent has exceptional and flexible use and feels really good in all situations.
  2. Call Fel Lord IconCall Fel Lord guards a location for 15 seconds; any enemies that come within range take up to 5% of maximum Health as damage. This can be used very strategically in certain situations and is capable of dealing some nice burst damage.
  3. Call Observer IconCall Observer guards a location for 20 seconds; any enemies that cast spells in the radius will take up to 5% of maximum Health as damage. This has a lot more limited use, but can have absurd value in specific situations.
  4. Master Summoner IconMaster Summoner makes Call Dreadstalkers IconCall Dreadstalkers an instant cast. Since we are often using Demonic Calling IconDemonic Calling, the quality of life of this talent is diminished. It can be used if you prefer the consistency, but there are generally better choices.
  5. Pleasure through Pain IconPleasure through Pain increases your shadow damage by 15% when you have Succubus active a pet.
  6. Singe Magic IconSinge Magic is an improved defensive dispel on a 15-second cooldown if Imp is the active demon.



  • 28 Jun. 2021: Updated for Patch 9.1.
  • 09 Mar. 2021: Updated talent recommendation and reasoning in Tier 1 after Patch 9.0.5.
  • 23 Feb. 2020: Added new build, updated talent recommendation and reasoning in Tier 2 and 4.
  • 03 Dec. 2020: Updated talent choices, explanations and builds after further testing and simulations.
  • 23 Nov. 2020: Updated for Shadowlands.
  • 12 Oct. 2020: Page updated for the Shadowlands pre-patch.

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Demonology Warlock talents guide

Recommended Raiding Build

Single Target


Recommended Mythic+ Build

Normal/Single Target build

This build uses Wilfreds Superior Sigil of Summoning legendary and focuses on big tyrants and extended Grimoire: Felguard every 2 minutes with “smaller” tyrants every minute. Great for single and priority target damage.

Dreadlash/From the Shadows Build

This build uses the Grim Inquisitor Dreads Calling Legendary and focuses on big implosions and using Demonic Tyrant on cooldown to extend Dreadstalkers. Great for sustained aoe.

Boss specific recommendations and strategy:

Raid Bosses

Talents Discussion

Tier 1 (15)

Demonology Warlock Dreadlash TalentDreadlashPassive
Demonology Warlock Bilescourge Bombers TalentBilescourge BombersInstant
Demonology Warlock Demonic Strength TalentDemonic StrengthInstant

Dreadlashcauses your Dreadstalkers initial dreadbite to cleave nearby enemies. This is a great sustained aoe option, especially in combination with the Carnivorous Stalkers conduit.

Bilescourge Bombers is as of writing this guide not picked for anything as it has a shard cost and no synergy with any conduits the way Dreadlash and Demonic Strength does.

Demonic Strength is a great option for short aoe burst as well as pure single target, and can be buffed with the Fel Commando conduit.

Tier 2 (25)

Demonology Warlock Demonic Calling TalentDemonic CallingPassive
Demonology Warlock Power Siphon TalentPower SiphonInstant
Demonology Warlock Doom TalentDoomInstant

Demonic Calling is a really nice talent which makes one of your main spells free and instant cast. This is your default choice in almost any scenario.

Power Siphon sacrifices 2 of your imps to empower your next 2 Demonbolts by 30%. This talent can be very powerful in combination with the Necrolord covenant ability but it is as of 9.0.5 a very niche talent.

Curse of Doom is a dot that ticks after 20 seconds (scaling with haste) and generates a soul shard. In theory this talent is really good but in any practical scenario it doesn't hold up to the quality of life that Demonic Calling brings.

Tier 3 (30)

Demonology Warlock Demon Skin TalentDemon SkinPassive
Demonology Warlock Burning Rush TalentBurning RushInstant
Demonology Warlock Dark Pact TalentDark PactInstant

Demon Skin is a very good overall damage mitigation talent that makes you regenerate a shield up to 15% of your max health. This talent is very strong for low ticking damage.

Burning Rush sacrifices 4% of your health per second and in return you move 50% faster.

This is great for unpredictable movement situations where preplacing demonic circle or gateway is not a realistic option.

Dark Pact sacrifices 20% of your current health to give you a shield for 250% of the amount sacrificed in addition to a fairly small base amount. This talent is very strong against large predictable hits. Press this button on high HP and laugh as your teammates drop to sub 20% health as you barely drop below 80%.

Tier 4 (35)

Demonology Warlock From the Shadows TalentFrom the ShadowsPassive
Demonology Warlock Soul Strike TalentSoul StrikeInstant
Demonology Warlock Summon Vilefiend TalentSummon Vilefiend2 sec cast

From the Shadows causes your dreadbite to inflict a debuff that makes you deal an additional 20% shadowflame damage (Implosion, Hand of Gul’dan, Demonbolt) for the next 12 seconds.

This talent is great for sustained aoe in combination with Dreadlash due to the AoE application of the debuff and Soul Conduit due to more shards means more implosion damage.

Soul Strike Commands your Felguard to strike into the soul of its enemy, dealing damage and generating a shard. This talent feels amazing to play but between the added sustained aoe value inFrom the Shadows or the added Demonic Consumption value from Summon Vilefiend it is not commonly picked at the moment.

Summon Vilefiend summons a demon to fight for you for the next 15 seconds. This talent does great single target damage, especially when taken into account the added value it brings toDemonic Consumption.

Tier 5 (40)

Demonology Warlock Darkfury TalentDarkfuryPassive
Demonology Warlock Mortal Coil TalentMortal CoilInstant
Demonology Warlock Howl of Terror TalentHowl of TerrorInstant

Darkfury reduces the cooldown ofshadowfuryand increases its radius but unless you need the cooldown reduction or increased radius for a specific reason this talent is mostly useless.

Mortal Coil is an amazing self healing tool, essentially being a healthstone on a 45 second cooldown, that in addition to it being a CC that doesn't share diminishing returns this is the default choice

Howl of Terror is a good talent for frequent instant aoe disrupts but Mortal Coil is considered better in most PVE situations due to the healing effect.

Tier 6 (45)

Demonology Warlock Soul Conduit TalentSoul ConduitPassive
Demonology Warlock Inner Demons TalentInner DemonsPassive
Demonology Warlock Grimoire: Felguard TalentGrimoire: FelguardInstant

Soul Conduit will refund 15% of the shards you spend, because refunded shards can be refunded again you can look at this talent as roughly 18% more shards. This talent is extremely flexible and can be fit into any talent setup.

Inner Demons passively spawn imps every 12 seconds and has a 10% chance to summon an additional demon.

Grimoire: Felguard summons an additional Felguard that does 25% more damage than your regular Felguard for 17 seconds. This talent is really strong in both AoE and ST. This talent synergises well with demonic consumption and wilfreds legendary to play around 1 minute cooldown demonic tyrants.

Tier 7 (50)

Demonology Warlock Sacrificed Souls TalentSacrificed SoulsPassive
Demonology Warlock Demonic Consumption TalentDemonic ConsumptionPassive
Demonology Warlock Nether Portal TalentNether Portal2.5 sec cast

Sacrificed Souls will make your shadow bolts and demonbolts do more damage based on how many demons you currently have active. This should be a great single target talent and has great synergy with Balespider legendary and Necrolord covenant.

Demonic Consumption sacrifices 15% of your demons' hp to empower the tyrant. This is an extremely powerful single target cooldown and can be “abused” with different Health modifiers such as Rallying Cry, Ancestral Protection totem etc. due to your demon’s health scaling proportionally to your health.

Nether Portal opens a portal for 15 seconds. While the portal is open every time you spend soul shards an extra demon will be summoned to fight for you. This talent requires a very specific cast sequence for the full 15 seconds the portal is up for it to retain its full value and therefore the easier playstyle of Demonic Consumption or Sacrificed Souls is generally preferred unless the talent is far ahead.

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Welcome to the Demonology Warlock DPS guide for World of Warcraft Wrath of the Lich King 3.3.5a. In this guide, you will learn about playing a Demonology Warlock in a raid. The guide includes Talents, Glyphs, Gems, Enchantments, Add-ons, Gameplay & Skill rotation tips.

Talent Tree

This build will give a 5% crit chance on the target. Additional spell power bonus to the raid, which is a really nice amount. Considered to be the maximum DPS spec for Demonology Warlocks.


Major Glyphs


Gems are situational and depend on the build and equipment. They are used to reach the required stat caps.


Chaotic Skyflare Diamond


Runed Cardinal Ruby

Yellow & Blue

If the socket bonus is more than 7 Spell Power:

Otherwise, use Red Gems




Demonology Warlocks have a priority system, rather than a strict rotation of skills.

Main skills

  • Life Tap – This spell triggers a buff of spell damage. It should be used all the time when the buff is about to wear off, or if you found yourself out of mana.
  • Shadow Bolt – Is used when the target doesn’t have Improved Shadow Bolt on it or to fill the time between cooldowns.
  • Immolate – Should be on the target all the time.



  • Metamorphosis – Use as often as possible. It is advisable, that you have it prepared when the Execution phase starts (that’s when the target’s health is 35%).
  • Immolation Aura – Use it only when Metamorphosis is active. Worth using when some additional monsters start spawnin
  • It’s better to combine Trinket cooldown with Metamorphosis.
  • Demonic Empowerment – Is used on cooldown. To make it easier, I suggest making macros for pet-spells that you use. The macros below will use Demonic Empowerment every time your pet casts a spell.

Stat Priority

Hit Rating -> Spell Power -> Haste -> Spirit / Critical strike rating

Spells require 17% to always hit the target. This number can be reduced by:

With either a Balance Druid or Shadow Priest in your group, you will require 14% (367 hit rating). It’s safe to assume that you will have either of these classes in raids, where the hit requirements are the highest. [1% Hit = 26.23 Hit Rating]

Spell Power is the primary stat for the build as it improves the efficiency and damage output of all spells. It also converts partly into Attack Power and Spell Power of your pets.

Haste increases the number of spells you can cast in a certain period. Haste also reduces the tick intervals for Corruption with the help of Glyph of Quick Decay. The soft cap for Haste is 50% (1640 haste rating) with raid buffs, which reduces the Global Cooldown to 1 second.

Spirit is a valuable stat for the Demonology spec, as it converts into Spell Power for the whole raid via the Demonic Pact talent. Fel Armor provides 39% of Spirit as Spell Power with the Demonic Aegis talent, and Life Tap (with Glyph of Life Tap) adds another 20%. All of the above-mentioned is affected by raid buffs, such as Blessing of Kings, Divine Spirit, and the Human Spirit passive.

Critical strike rating is a secondary stat that increases personal DPS. Transferring critical strike rating to your pet is possible only if you choose to spec into Improved Demonic Tactics.

Stack Haste and Crit if you want to increase your damage output. Consider stacking Spirit instead of Crits to maximize the Demonic Pact and bring maximum utility to the raid. The personal gains from stacking Crit are less than the value you can bring to your raid by maximizing on Demonic Pact.


Demonology Warlock is one of the most intriguing classes in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. Despite recent nerfs prior to the expansion, the ceiling on Demonology is incredibly high.

The core gameplay mechanics of Demonology Warlock boil down to standing in the backline of an encounter and commanding a practical army of demons to do your bidding and dish out unreasonable damage on your behalf. While there will certainly be moments where the class feels underwhelming in the mobility department, its intrigue and damage ceiling stand right alongside any class in the game. 

With incredibly strong single-target damage and decent AoE cleave potential as well, Demonology Warlock stands out as an effective tool in both raids and Mythic+ dungeons. Here are the best talents and builds to use to get the most out of Demonology Warlock in Shadowlands


Level 15: Demonic Strength – Demonic Strength serves as a dependable ability with a one-minute cooldown that simply gives your Felguard the chance to cast a buffed version of Felstorm. In terms of raw DPS, Demonic Strength is your best option at level 15. 

Level 25: Demonic Calling – Call Dreadstalkers is a huge part of Demonology’s rotation, but the ability itself requires a strong level of commitment. Demonic Calling has the chance to eliminate some of that commitment by allowing your Call Dreadstalkers cast to potentially cost no Soul Shards and be totally instant. 

Level 30: Burning Rush – Mobility options are everything when it comes to Warlock since the class doesn’t have a whole lot of them built into its standard kit. Taking a talent like Burning Rush, which gives you a temporary movement speed boost at the cost of your HP, is one of the best options Warlocks have for sustained mobility, especially in drawn-out encounters where they’ll need to get away from multiple threats.  

Level 35: Summon Vilefiend – Summon Vilefiend is a strong DPS option that adds another minion to your arsenal. Stacking this summon with some of your other abilities that bring minions onto the battlefield—such as Nether Portal—gives the Vilefiend that much more potency. 

Level 40: Mortal Coil – Mortal Coil isn’t the flashiest option at level 40, but it gets the job done. A three-second incapacitation can act as a pseudo-interrupt in almost any situation and the additional healing that you’ll receive from incapacitating a target is most certainly a welcome bonus to any encounter. 

Level 45: Grimoire: Felguard – Grimoire: Felguard is hands down the most notable and recognizable talent Demonology players have at their disposal—and for good reason. The Felguard is perhaps the strongest demon that you’ll be summoning throughout the course of an encounter and the fact that several other talents will boost the demon’s damage makes it a must-have. While the other talents in this row are certainly appealing, this talent makes Demonology what it is. It adds so much recognizability and throughput to the spec in every scenario. 

Level 50: Nether Portal – Nether Portal brings forth several minions from the void to fight on your behalf. Since you’ll be stacking Mastery as your primary stat, the demons that emerge from the Nether Portal should be hitting immensely hard, bringing a ton of DPS to the table every few minutes. 


The most ideal covenant that Demonology Warlocks can join is Night Fae. Night Fae is perhaps the most accessible and versatile covenant in the game thanks to Soulshape. In the case of Warlocks, a full-blown blink with multiple charges on a 90-second cooldown is a huge boost to mobility for a class that’s usually glued to the ground.

Additionally, Night Fae’s class-focused ability for warlock, Soul Rot, is a solid source of sustained damage over time. While the ability doesn’t have the same level of synergy that it might on a specialization such as Affliction, Soul Rot still adds a whopping DoT spell to your rotation, giving you a dependable source of DPS every 60 seconds. 

Gear/Stat Priority

The standard stat priority for Demonology Warlocks is as follows: Mastery > Haste > Critical Strike > Versatility.

Mastery stands out as a priority stat because of the flat damage increase that your minions deal. With so many opportunities to summon minions, you’ll want to ensure that they’re not slouching about once they enter the fray. Additionally, when taking an investment-heavy talent like Nether Portal, which brings hard-hitting minions from the void every three minutes, you’ll want to ensure that they’re dealing as much DPS as possible while they’re in the mix. 

Beyond Mastery, Haste is always a solid option for a caster class like Warlock. With spells like Shadow Bolt, Demonbolt and Hand of Gul’Dan being such a bread-and-butter part of the rotation, saving time casting them through Haste will always be favorable. Versatility and Critical Strike don’t bring as much throughput to the Demonology Warlock build as other stats, but they can be given a chance to shine on your character if there are no other viable options available.  


Talents demonology

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